I have been a DirecTV customer since 1997, shortly after they rolled out the service, and have remained loyal and dealt with many of their growing pains. I recently decided to drop DirecTV after 15 years for several reasons.
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Thankfully I’ll get that chance again on November 18, 2012. Nintendo’s Wii U will be launched, and hopefully will revitalize the spot within me that just hasn’t felt the gaming love.
People spend hours refurbishing Atari consoles, original Xbox consoles… you name it. So why not your old PSP?
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.
If you’ve played Mass Effect 1 & 2 and Heavy Rain, this game is another entry in what is becoming a collection of games that will one day be linked back as the foundation of the future of gaming. Mass Effect (and over similar RPGs where branching dialogue is prominent) offers the ability to choose [...]
*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 [...]
The 2009 installment of PAX has come and gone. As the show seems to get larger and larger, so do the lines, the swag, and of course, the games. Before I go into my review, I want to state right now to the general public that for 50 dollars (not counting parking) you’re getting a [...]
There was no shortage of gaming headphone vendors at PAX 09. Not only were Astro, Dolby and Tritton there, but Turtle Beach was showing off some of their headsets designed for gamers. The one PC headset they had was the EarForce p21. This headset offers high fidelity and is incredibly lightweight for an “around the [...]
Sony’s Playstation 3 is well known for being loud and hot. Unfortunately, those are not qualities that most people look for in electronics, especially when it comes to gaming systems. One of the most highly recommended accessories for the PS3 or Xbox 360 are cooling fans, and Evercool has produced the Defender Turbo Cooling Fan [...]
For a bike messenger named Cole, his day and life are about to be turned upside down thanks to a mysterious package he is assigned to deliver. The package turns out to be a bomb of incredible power which turns Cole’s home of Empire City into utter destruction and chaos. In the new game InFamous, [...]
Recently I had a chance to interview Randall F. Queen, President of Verbatim America. Queen is a 20-year veteran with Verbatim, and was promoted from vice president of operations in early 2002. Since then he has guided the growth and expansion of the company beyond optical storage to encompass four operating units – hard disk, [...]
It seems like after several long years, the PSP is finally coming of age. Last month, Sony released Resistance: Retribution for the PSP (read our review here). This is one of the first games on the PSP to make extensive use of the internet, and Sony’s Playstation Network. Sony is finally starting to flex its [...]
Hard core gamers have lost their “most sought after” position for video game system and software producers. Without a lot of fanfare the developers/manufacturers have found that there is a huge general and casual gamer market out there… young or old, male or female. It came as a rude shock to our son…he was no [...]
Title Resistance: Retribution Rating M Mature Publisher Sony Corporation Release Date March 17, 2009 Composer Garry Schyman Platform Playstation Portable (PSP) Modes Single player, Multiplayer (8 players max) Developer Sony Bend This volume of the Resistance story takes place in the weeks after the fall of the Chimeran toiwer at the end of Resistance: Fall [...]