• Nintendo at Universal Theme Parks: A Potential Dream Come True

    It is official. Video game giant Nintendo is partnering with Universal Studios to create new rides and attractions at Universal’s theme parks across the globe....

    It is official. Video game giant Nintendo is partnering with Universal Studios to create new rides and attractions at Universal’s theme parks across the globe. On one hand, I was surprised because I did not see the deal coming this week. On the other hand, the deal makes sense because lately, Nintendo seems to be...
  • Star Wars: Fantasy Scenarios for New Era of Games

    Now that EA has the Star Wars video game license, a new era of Star Wars video games will begin later this year. It is...

    Now that EA has the Star Wars video game license, a new era of Star Wars video games will begin later this year. It is just in time for a bonanza of new Star Wars media. A new trilogy begins with Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens in December. Then there will be...
  • NetherRealm Studios Should Consider Making a Horror Movie-Themed Fighting Game

    This week, NetherRealm Studios will release the Horror Pack bundle for Mortal Kombat X. The new DLC pack features horror movie icon Jason Voorhees from...

    This week, NetherRealm Studios will release the Horror Pack bundle for Mortal Kombat X. The new DLC pack features horror movie icon Jason Voorhees from the Friday the 13th franchise as a playable character.  Previously, Freddy Krueger from the Nightmare on Elm Street movies was a playable character in Mortal Kombat 9. In addition, the...
  • Disney Infinity 3.0: Star Wars Character Wishlist

    It is now official. Star Wars is coming to Disney Interactive’s Disney 3.0 Edition. Fan favorites from all across the Star Wars Universe will soon...

    It is now official. Star Wars is coming to Disney Interactive’s Disney 3.0 Edition. Fan favorites from all across the Star Wars Universe will soon be incorporated into the game. A number of characters have been confirmed for the roster, including new heroes from the Marvel Universe, Pixar Animation characters from Inside Out and Disney...
  • Conker’s Bad Fur Day Sequel Is Way Overdue

    Ever since Microsoft purchased Rare in 2002, the studio has not been the absolute powerhouse it was in the 90s and early 00s. In the...

    Ever since Microsoft purchased Rare in 2002, the studio has not been the absolute powerhouse it was in the 90s and early 00s. In the past, Rare was responsible for some of the best, most cutting edge video games that helped redefine the industry. If you do not believe that notion, look no further than...
  • Nintendo Not Completely at Fault for Amiibo Scalpers

    Earlier this week, Nintendo released an official statement to fans regarding some of the many problems and complaints surrounding the Amiibo figure line. In short,...

    Earlier this week, Nintendo released an official statement to fans regarding some of the many problems and complaints surrounding the Amiibo figure line. In short, the toys-to-life line of figures for Nintendo has been an outrageous success. However, like the old cliché says, “With more money comes more problems.” Fans have come down hard on...
  • Yooka-Laylee Looks Like a Great Throwback to 3D Adventure Platformers

    Playtonic’s Kickstarter campaign for the upcoming 3D adventure platform game, Yooka-Laylee, has been an overall smashing success. The game destroyed its original pledge goal of...

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    Playtonic’s Kickstarter campaign for the upcoming 3D adventure platform game, Yooka-Laylee, has been an overall smashing success. The game destroyed its original pledge goal of $270,000. In less than a day, the campaign raced past its maximum stretch goal of $1.2 million. Currently, Playtonic’s campaign has raised close to $2 million to develop the game,...
  • Batman Arkham Knight: Not Announcing Season Pass Details Was a Huge Error

    It seems the Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment marketing department heard the gaming public loud and clear after it was announced that the Season Pass for...

    It seems the Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment marketing department heard the gaming public loud and clear after it was announced that the Season Pass for the highly anticipated video game, Batman Arkham Knight was announced with a $40 price tag. The price was met with a wave of overwhelming negativity against the game. In general,...
  • Disney Infinity 3.0 Star Wars: A License to Print Money

    It appears the cat got let out of the bag earlier than expected for Disney Infinity 3.0. Disney Infinity 2.0 brought the Marvel Universe into...

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    It appears the cat got let out of the bag earlier than expected for Disney Infinity 3.0. Disney Infinity 2.0 brought the Marvel Universe into the fold for the highly entertaining, toys-to-life game from Disney Interactive. Now it appears that Disney will put its recent acquisition of Lucasfilm and the Star Wars license to good...
  • Batman Arkham Knight: Season Pass Price is Too Extravagant

    Warner Bros. Interactive and Rocksteady recently revealed a Season Pass for the highly anticipated sequel, Batman Arkham Knight. The unfortunate part of the news is...

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    Warner Bros. Interactive and Rocksteady recently revealed a Season Pass for the highly anticipated sequel, Batman Arkham Knight. The unfortunate part of the news is that the Season Pass for the game costs $40. For a Season Pass of DLC content, that price range is insane–especially considering that only a handful of details have been...