At the end of 2012 I had the pleasure of attending a concert at the University of Maryland by the Gamer Symphony Orchestra (GSO), the first collegiate, student run orchestra in the country to produce and perform music from video games. I wrote some words at the time about the concert, if you’d like to [...]
We have talked about the GameStick in the past during its Kickstarter phase. For those unawares, it is an Android based game console that is super tiny and plugs directly into an open HDMI port on your TV. Now that the Kickstarter is over and the console will come to market soon (June), creator Playjam has dropped this video to explain the whole shebang, complete with D-D-D-D-DUBSTEP.
We haven’t had too much news out of Sony regarding the PS4 as of late, so what better time to have a short video talking about the DUALSHOCK 4 a bit? Here’s the lowdown: it’s a controller, and it’ll control your games. Also, we wrote up a thing about the controller when it was unveiled a couple months ago, so you can read that for more information.
The Miiverse, or Nintendo’s attempt at a social network around its games, has since its inception been only for people who owned a Wii U. Those smug people, lording their Miiverse pictures all to themselves, thinking they are better than the rest of us…well that’s all changed because you can now view (some of) these same posts and images online.
The last time we wrote anything about Vanillaware’s side-scrolling, beat-em-up thing Dragon’s Crown was in the summer of 2011 during E3. That’s been some time ago, but now we have a release date, which will surely please at least one person named Joe.
We last checked in to this “9 Year Old Building an RPG to Prove Her Brothers Wrong” story, the Kickstarter in question had only been going a few days, hit ~$22,000, and stirred up quite a bit of controversy on the actual motivations behind the fundraiser versus Kickstarter’s own guidelines. The thirty days have come and gone, and the fundraiser is now over. What were the results?