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R.I.P. PC Gaming…Kind Of

Last week, Electronic Arts announced that their online gaming service, Origin, would transition to only digital downloads or computer games putting the nail in the coffin for discs. The writing for this has been on the wall for some time, not only in the computer gaming market, but the console one…

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Let Me Introduce You to Monochroma

If you’re not familiar with Monochroma, allow me to give you an introduction.  I got a chance to see this game at the Game Developer’s Conference last week and I’m a wonderfully blended mix of intrigued and impressed.  Good job, Nowhere Studios. What immediately caught my eye and drew me to…

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4TB and a Side of French Fries To Go

Who doesn’t like French fries? It’s one of the best finger foods ever created.  I have no issue sharing food with friends, but if there is one thing that will test that friendship it’s when you ask me for some of my fries.  One of the things that make them such a flawless delicacy is [...]

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A Peek Behind the Scenes with Borderlands 2 Developers Gearbox Software – Part II

Gearbox Software is home to a wide array of creative professionals including artists, storytellers, designers, coders, audio engineers and more.  With a quality pedigree that includes franchises such as Half-Life, Tony Hawk, Brothers in Arms and Borderlands, it’s no wonder why they are one of the…

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What Was the Best Gadget at CES 2014?

Subjective, right? Because honestly I’m torn between our Backup Plus Fast Portable Drive or the LaCie Sphere.  But admittedly, I’m biased. But outside of our products, I’m keen on Razer’s Project Christine. I love how Razer continues to innovate their product line keeping on the high end of…

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Cloud Based TV – It Was Just a Matter of Time – CES 2014

Back in 2012, Sony made an interesting move and purchased Gaikai for $380 million dollars. Anyone who was familiar with Gaikai knew their specialty was in streaming PC games from the cloud. This feature changed the game (no pun intended) removing the system requirement barrier and opening top tier…

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What Are the Top Gifts for Christmas 2013? [Infographic]

If shopping for the holidays isn’t top of mind for you right now, well, you may be weird. That, and marketing and advertising professionals around the world aren’t doing their jobs correctly.  The first strike for holiday awareness came shortly before Halloween for me. In one aisle of a store…

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Did You Heed the Call…of Duty?

When you have Kobe Bryant and Jimmy Kimmel in your commercial, it’s probably a good indication that the Call of Duty® franchise is a big deal. But don’t take my word for it, take the word of Activision who’s Call of Duty®: Ghosts game which just released this past Tuesday is already…

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An Interview with Dying Light Developers, Techland

Dying Light by Techland scared the bejesus out of me when I played it during PAX Prime this summer.  You can get a quick take on my impressions of the game in this post. But I’ll summarize in saying that Techland has given the zombie genre a nice twist and you’ll definitely want to play [...]

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World of Tanks for Xbox 360 is the Heavy Metal You’re Looking For

A couple months back at the PAX Prime show, I had a chance to check out a few titles from Wargaming specifically World of Tanks for Xbox® 360 and World of Warplanes.  Foggy memory? This post should refresh you or let me give you the gist. Built specifically for the Xbox 360, World of Tanks [...]

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