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Forza Motorsports 5 Review

on Tue, Mar 25, 2014 | By A.J.
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The release of the Xbox One brought with it a limited amount of games, however, one that Microsoft made the correct call with is the Forza franchise.  Forza Motorsports 5 is a Xbox One launch title and truly shows the system’s graphical capabilities.

Constant C Review

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on Tue, Mar 25, 2014 | By Marcus E.

If there’s one genre that the gaming world isn’t lacking, it is puzzle titles. No matter what fads are entering or exiting the market there are always new puzzle games to keep us company. The newest on the scene is Constant C. This puzzle platformer evokes it name from Albert Einstein’s special theory of relativity which stated nothing can go faster than the speed of light. Light speed was defined as a constant, or “c”. What does any of this have to do with the game?

Respawn Officially Confirms No Private Match at Launch for Titanfall

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on Mon, Mar 10, 2014 | By A.J.

Like many of us you’re probably staying up all night awaiting the release of Titanfall to arrive at midnight.  I don’t blame you with all the hype and positive review scores I’d be excited too.  There has been conflicting reports about the Private Match option being available at launch, no official news on the feature was made until today.

Halo Will Leap Xbox One Into a Lead, Not Titanfall

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on Mon, Mar 10, 2014 | By A.J.

It is common sense in any industry, if you have a quality product that has done nothing short of improve year after year or game after game those dedicated to your product will always follow you.   In the case of Microsoft gaming console it has been the Halo franchise.  You’ll recall that back in 2001 when the Xbox was trailing all the game consoles in sales some thought that we would not see the big black console survive its first year on the market.

Official Batman: Arkham Knight Announce Trailer

on Sun, Mar 9, 2014 | By A.J.

The new Batman game from Rocksteady Games has was announced sometimes back but no official trailer was released till a few day ago.  It’s over three minutes long and gives you a glimpse into the story of the game.  Bruce Wayne’s father explains to his son the importance of watching over the city and reminding to not abandon the citizens in need of help.  Reading about it from me won’t do you any justice though, hit the play button above and enjoy.

Video Games Live Reveals More than 50 Tour Dates

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on Sun, Mar 9, 2014 | By A.J.

Video Games Live the musical concert that is based of popular video game music has released dates and locations of it’s upcoming shows, over 50 shows will take place over the next year, including first time stops in McAllen, Texas, Spokane, Washington, Benthlehem, Pennsylvania and many more.  The Mexican tours will include guest appearances from some of the best composers in the gaming industry such as Journey composer Austin Wintory, God of War series contributor Gerard Marino, Symphony of the Goddess conductor Eimear Noone to name a few.

Get a Wii U for $200 on Nintendo US Store

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on Sun, Mar 9, 2014 | By A.J.

If you have been itching to get your sweaty palms on a Wii U now is your chance. Nintendo US store for a limited time is offering a refurbished Deluxe Wii U bundle. These consoles are fully functional and will perform just as a brand new console would, some of them have some cosmetic blemishes.  The bundle includes a black Wii U 32GB gaming console, the Wii U gamepad, pack-in NintendoLand game, adapters for the console, gamepad, a sensor bar for Wii controller compatibility and an HDMI cable.

Microsoft Wants to Bring Political Ads to Xbox One

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on Sat, Mar 8, 2014 | By A.J.

Microsoft is trying to have a discussion with political operators at the annual CPAC conservative conference about displaying political ads on the Xbox One and Xbox 360 dashboard.  Microsoft officials handed out promotional material Thursday at CPAC, the annual conference for conservatives. This has happened before in 2012 when Obama agreed to advertise on Xbox Live for his reelection campaign.  While it proved to be a success with some, there were more than a 1,000 gamers who disliked the ads appearing on their dashboards.