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Have you ever wanted to try out gaming journalism? Want your own platform to spread your opinions on your favorite games? We are looking to bring on some new writers, editors, community managers, and content creators to help build the site. Continue reading
4J Studios, the team handling Minecraft PlayStation Vita, tweeted that it has been passed off to Sony for final testing and certification. Continue reading
The sales of Wasteland 2 suggest that post apocalyptic worlds have never been more popular! Only four days after release, Wasteland 2 has made $1.5 million in sales.
United Front Games, the developers of Sleeping Dogs, released a trailer for it’s next game, Triad Wars. Continue reading
Do you love history lessons and Google Maps’ Streetview? Well boy is Ubisoft catering to you. This week Ubisoft launched “Project Window,” an interactive experience centered around the sights and sounds of Assassin’s Creed Unity. Continue reading
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The original Wasteland released over 25 years ago in 1988. To put that in perspective, that is five United States presidents, seven Olympics and six console generations ago. Perhaps the greatest legacy of the original game was the Fallout franchise. It was supposed to be Wasteland 2, but a feud with EA forced a name change. Finally we have a true sequel to the original game and a game that can proudly stand with the PC-RPG greats.
Earlier this week, Oculus revealed its latest prototype for its VR headset, labeled Crescent Bay.