UPDATE: Oculus VR “Sells Out,” Game Developers Jumping Ship

Update: Min-Liang Tan, the CEO of high-end gaming tech giant Razer,  has responded to Notch’s tweet: “Perhaps we can help out. Will be in touch.” This year’s CES saw Razer reveal multiple devices that hint toward a possible entry by the company into the realm of virtual reality. Original Story In a shocking announcement, Facebook has revealed […]

Rock Band Store Dies At 5 This April

While the release of new music games has pretty much been put six feet under Harmonix has been releasing weekly content to their ever expanding library. Now, it seems, that it can fight no more. April 2nd will be the last week of content release for the Rock Band store bringing to an end an […]

Challenge Accepted: Four For February

2013 is going to hit gamers like a punch in the gut very soon. Between March and May there are no less than five triple-A games set to hit consoles. [amazon_link id=”B004FS8LYK” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Tomb Raider[/amazon_link], [amazon_link id=”B007FTE2VW” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Sim City[/amazon_link], God of War: Ascension, [amazon_link id=”B002I0H2AG” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Gears of War: Judgment[/amazon_link] and [amazon_link […]

NCAA ’14 Cover Vote Has A Few Surprises

  So let’s get beyond the fact that NCAA Football 13 was a bit frustrating in its overcompensation for NCAA 12’s problems with blocking, punt coverage and defenders blind swatting balls. Instead of showing us how they will be trying to improve NCAA 14, EA wants you to go vote for which school will represent […]