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Monthly Archive for February, 2014

ShopTo Gaming Podcast – Episode 17

ShopTo:

It’s time for the ShopTo Podcast Episode 17. This week’s episode sees us talk all about the latest gaming news, which includes the Xbox One price drop, the launch of PS4 in Japan and more.

We also talk about the price of PC gaming vs console gaming and Joe goes off on a rant about journalism and all manner of other things.

ShopTo Gaming Podcast – Episode 17

Celebrate the Launch of Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy With a New Trailer

Professor Laytons latest foray, Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy, has been released today for North America and as such, a lovely launch trailer compliments the release.

Celebrate the Launch of Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy With a New Trailer

The Lego Movie Game Review | Gateway Gamer

After the recent release of the fantastic Lego Movie, expectations for the movie based tie-in game were high. So far all Lego games had been tied to another franchise, so having the game be set in a world that was made to already be Lego was a scary thought. Would the game be able to deliver the same amount of entertainment and comedy as the film while also providing hours of addictive gameplay?

The Lego Movie Game Review | Gateway Gamer

Green Man Gaming Offering Four Great Games With the 2k Essential Collection

Online video game retailer Green Man Gaming is selling four big 2K games titles for $29.99. The 2K Essential Collection features Borderlands 2, Bioshock Infinite, Civilization V and X-Com: Enemy Unknown.

Green Man Gaming Offering Four Great Games With the 2k Essential Collection

Dungeon Hunter 4 Review | Pocketmeta

“A constant feeling of moving forward, mixed with the ability to go back and re-play old content whenever you’d like – and a variety of reasons to do so – is a really great thing to have in any game.”

Dungeon Hunter 4 Review | Pocketmeta

Monster Grand Prix Multiplayer Run review: lightweight little competitive runner | Games in Asia

Mobage recently put out Monster Grand Prix Multiplayer Run, a competitive running game with a card collection/gacha element for the iOS.

Monster Grand Prix Multiplayer Run review: lightweight little competitive runner | Games in Asia

Gaming Ex Next level podcast Ep3 Titanfall beta thoughts” & “New Nintendo games incoming”

In Gaming Ex Next Level podcast 3 Soulreaveralu shares his experience with the Titanfall Beta, we also share our opinions on Irrational Games closing down, Nintendo game releases and their plans to make gamers “healthier” and a couple of rumors to drive gamers mad.

Gaming Ex Next level podcast Ep3 Titanfall beta thoughts” & “New Nintendo games incoming”

RGN Analysis: Do Gaming Websites Have A Responsibility To Gamers?

Jon of RGN writes, “In the wake of a new rush towards the video games journalism industry many self-starters, spin-off websites, and indie publications such as our own have came about under their own rules. This flexible gaming press scenario is unlike any ever seen before the massive embrace of online gaming publications after a long era of highly successful print magazines that covered the latest in technology and video games. Fast forward to today, and we find a bubbling industry full of video games websites spinning their own news, opinions, and reviews. Sometimes that same flexibility that gives indie publications the chance to reach their audience becomes a double edged sword and high level editorial staff end up on the receiving end of an internet scandal. I sat down with Daniel Horowitz (Longtime Colleague, Gaming Enthusiast, and Continue Play Contributor *among other things) to discuss this new age of internet journalism and the responsibilities an indie publication should…

RGN Analysis: Do Gaming Websites Have A Responsibility To Gamers?

Top 5 Best DS Games

Simon From NAGF writes “The DS is almost universally lauded by its user base. A handheld, it caters to younger gamers and relies less on visual and technological prowess in exchange for a focus on simple yet immersive fun.
As the shooters and modern games of today become browner and more formulaic, the DS is the playground of imaginative gamers who just want to be entertained with bright colors and innovative gameplay. Year in, and year out, the Nintendo DS accomplishes this goal by releasing a huge number of fantastically fun titles.”

Top 5 Best DS Games

Games Under Pressure Review: Dead Rising 3: Chaos Rising (Xbox One)

Chaos Rising is bad. Really bad. They couldn’t even get the DLC synopsis to make sense.

Games Under Pressure Review: Dead Rising 3: Chaos Rising (Xbox One)