In recent years, physical media has gradually begun to disappear. Consumer entertainment, obviously involving games, but music and movies primarily, was until recently limited to CDs for music (8-tracks and cassettes for those over 35) and DVDs and Blu-Rays for TV shows and movies (VHS, Betamax, and Laser discs for those old enough to remember). Over the last few years, movies and TV shows have ev...[Read More]
The world of indie games has been spreading like wildfire in the past few years, evolving from it’s humble beginnings as just that thing you’re one hipster friend played. Nowadays, indie titles are often just as anticipated as much, if not more than the next big AAA release. As we inch closer to kissing 2014 goodbye, we can happily look forward into 2015 and see that there are many awa...[Read More]
Every year the winter sale comes around and the front page is filled with great deals for some of the top games of the year, and then some, but there are over 6000 specials on Steam right now. Going through these games reveals some absolute rubbish, arguably not even worth their miniscule price tag. So, here are my top 5 games you probably haven’t thought of getting, which you could probably buy j...[Read More]
We’re only one year into the eighth console generation, but you better believe that there’s at least a few heads over at Nintendo, Sony, or Microsoft that are buzzing around with possible new ideas for the NINTH console generation. Your guess is as good as mine when it comes to exactly what these gaming giants have up their sleeves. When the average life of a console is roughly about 6...[Read More]
Xbox One, in the first year of the life remains vibrant and, due to an extremely aggressive pricing strategy by Microsoft, remains viable.
And the four horsemen rode across the simulator market. Train, Flight, Farming and Truck. That was until the land fell into chaos, under the reign of the knockoff sims
Here are some of the top places to shop around and how to show we want to see every platform put their best foot forward.