It turns out that tablets did not change the world, and gaming on a touch screen is still inferior to gaming with a controller. Also, the PC is not dead.
Enrique takes a look into the quickly-growing world of Early Access games: good, bad, ugly? All will be revealed within!
Microsoft recommits to neglecting gaming, Steam announces their bid to capture the console gaming market, and Nintendo faces another retail setback in the UK in the news of the week!
In 2010, Thomas Was Alone was released as a Flash game. Three years later, this indie darling has gathered critical acclaim and even a BAFTA! After finally becoming self aware, Che rouses himself to review this ancient game.
On the last day of the third England v. India test in Calcutta, Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, Deimosion, and Blitzmage lay bets on when the final run will come. Lusipurr discusses how to read books, Mega Man games are covered, and apparently there’s a feature?
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Imitanis sit down to work out the answer to one of the world’s oldest problems: what would it take for Lusipurr to approve a Kickstarter?
Confronted by a dinner bill for ninety-three thousand Pokedollars, Lusipurr is unhinged. But the teachings of renowned existentialist Waluigi bring no succour, for the purple-clad villain has his own philosophical pitfalls prepared for the unwary. Waaaaa!
Ubisoft is to provide the poor Man’s launch line-up for Wii U, Jade Raymond despairs at core gaming’s refusal to embrace motion controls, and Gabe Newell says that Windows 8 is a catastrophe, which all but guarantees that it will be in this week’s news!
Last week, I wrote that PlayStation Network would be up within the week. I LIED. Or rather, Sony lied to me and in turn I lied to you. I am not sorry for betraying you, but are they? Not really.
I am a firm believer that in this life you get what you pay for. I mean what idiot would buy a car expecting to use it as their primary CD player, or to look at the PSP with its moribund UMD film line up as the centerpiece of their home cinema? For that matter more »