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Is there really any difference to which way you buy the game? There are several things to take into account when considering a Vita game for purchase.
The Sony Playstation Vita is a new handheld console that blends the classic gameplay of traditional consoles with new technologies offered by tablets and mobile phones and has more features than any single console today.
Hauppauge have been creating a plethora of TV oriented products now for many years and today we are looking at their Colossus video recording card which can capture real time H.264 compressed recordings at resolutions up to 1080i. Is this ideal for capturing video console footage? Hauppauge currently make several products that can record video [...]
Using a host of weapons, watch your back as mutants go mad for blood! Blast bloody pieces out of their wretched bodies and uncover the mystery behind the Bayou County outbreak. New goodies like PlayStation® trophies, new game modes and new content are outnumbered by only one thing: Bullets! Will you defeat everything this freakish [...]
June 30, 2011 – Creat Studios (St. Petersburg, Russia) and coaching center Yord (St.Petersburg, Russia) today announced the upcoming release of Test Yourself: Memory, a series of interactive psychological tests which measure and analyze one’s primary mental and behavioral activities. This update will be focusing on memory and attention. Test Yourself introduces audiences to a [...]
*NOTE: I know this game was made by Blue Castle Games, in Canada, but it’s still basically the same game as DR1. Same people worked on it too, and Capcom made the first game.* I believe this game demonstrates the theory that Eastern game developers have already lost to the West. What is this new [...]
If the gaming industry had something like IMDB, you would see Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars, Fable 2, The Sims and the Syphon Filter, just to name a few, under Richard Ham’s bio. Later this year, Richard will add creative director of Brink, a new first person shooter being developed by Splash Damage [...]
Despite its slow start in the console war, the PS3 has come into its own of late, as it is a very strong multimedia powerhouse in addition to a great gaming machine. What the commercials say really is true: The PS3 just does about everything. My PS3 is practically a dedicated multimedia PC. It streams [...]
We recently had a chance to be part of a group discussion with the developers of Bioshock 2, who answered our questions about their highly anticipated shooter. The developers taking part of the discussion were: Jordan Thomas – Creative Director, 2K Marin Zak McClendon – Lead Designer, 2K Marin Hogarth De La Plante – Lead [...]
Bioware’s new epic, dark fantasy RPG has been receiving a lot of attention lately. The game’s marketing team has hit the internet hard and you would practically have to be blind to miss all the online ads for the game. This is a special case in which all the hype and pomp is very much [...]
Now that you have IPcop installed, you need to configure it. IPcop provies you with a web interface in which you can configure nearly all of the settings of your new firewall. To connect, just open up any web browser, and connect to the IP address you set up when you installed the software. The [...]
There are hundreds of racing games out there now. It seems to be what everyone wanted out of every portable gaming system and stationary console. I remember my first computer, a Tandy, and the only giant floppy disc it came with was a simple racing game that was unbelievably boring and easy. That was my [...]
Last year we had the privilege of speaking with all three members of Freezepop at PAX 08 (read our first interview here). Although the interview was great, we still had a lot of unanswered questions, so we wanted to sit down with them again and get the straight scoop about what has been going on in [...]
As far as video games are concerned, Batman hasn’t been very lucky. With the exception of a great NES game based on the first Tim Burton movie, all efforts to make a game with Batman have been below average or just mediocre. It’s not for lack of trying, some games had you beating up hordes [...]