Archive:  July, 2015

By James, July 28, 2015 News

In those halcyon days of 2000, when the internet was young and consoles mostly did not have online connectivity (Dreamcast’s Phantasy Star Online was a good one), China banned the manufacture and sale of gaming consoles.  In the time since… Read More »

By James, July 27, 2015 Video Game Music

File this one under “We have a ‘Video Game Music’ Category;” “Things James has cribbed from Kill Screen.” Drake apparently dropped a few tracks over the weekend in response to some Twitter beef with Meek Mill, one of which is… Read More »

By Ryan Shiflett, July 27, 2015 News, Nintendo, Release Dates

A Nintendo press release obtained via Business Wire this morning goes into detail about the new content set to hit Splatoon on Aug 5th. And it is a metric Ink-ton of content. From new modes,weapons, gear, and lvl caps, Squids… Read More »

By Ryan Shiflett, July 26, 2015 News, Nintendo, Trailers

Earler this month Ninja Gaiden, and Dead or Alive creator Tomonobu Itgaki spoke to Famitsu about his newest title Devil’s Third coming to Wii U later this year. Now thanks to the official Valhallla Game Studios website we now have… Read More »

By Ryan Shiflett, July 25, 2015 Microsoft, News, PC, Sony

Earlier today at QuakeCon during a live demo Fallout 4 game director Todd Howard shared some new details about Bethesda’s newest and much anticipated entry into the series. And thanks to the the wonders of social media and a live… Read More »

By Ryan Shiflett, July 24, 2015 News, PC, Release Dates

Are you a Fallout fan? Have you always wanted your very own mini- nuke complete with bomb sound? Then earlier this week Bethesda made your dreams come true when they announced the Fallout Anthology for PC. The set features all… Read More »

By James, July 24, 2015 Free To Play Friday

Call me Ishmael.  Some years ago – never mind how long precisely – having little or no money in my purse… So begins one of the greatest literary works ever produced by an American, Herman Melville’s Moby Dick.  It is… Read More »