Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas now Available on Xbox 360

by Anthony Accinellion October 27, 2014
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, in my opinion the best of the series, is now available on the Xbox 360. All you need is 2.05 GB of space, $3.74, and a doctor’s note so you can skip work for the week. My life is now complete. Source


Pokemon Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire Combo Pack Yields In-Game Reward

by Anthony Accinellion October 27, 2014
Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire will be available as both a single purchase and combo pack. Those who purchase the combo pack when they launch for the Nintendo 3DS on Nov. 21 now have access to a special offer. The Dual Pack launches on Nov. 21, exclusively at Best Buy retail stores, on or [...]

Lost Sea coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC in 2015

by Anthony Accinellion October 24, 2014
Lost Sea is a 3D strategy-action game that takes place inside a procedurally generated archipelago. It’s up to the player to form a ragtag crew of survivors and explore the surrounding islands as they hunt for the necessary resources to upgrade their ship and escape the Bermuda Triangle. The game is set inside a car...

Elgato Game Capture HD60 Review

by Anthony Accinellion October 22, 2014
With streaming to Twitch TV now part of my daily routine, it’s important that I have the appropriate hardware to put on a great show. Before a microphone, camera, sub alerts, and fresh tee shirt (no pants required, obviously) I need a way to capture the gameplay. Yes, the PS4 and Xbox One now have [...]

Dragon Age Inquisition Confirmed 1080 on PS4, 900 on Xbox One

by Anthony Accinellion October 10, 2014
Dragon Age: Inquisition has been confirmed to run at 1080p on PS4 and 900p on Xbox One by BioWare. “Why?” you ask, simple really: the differences in platform capabilities. “We maximized the current potential of each platform,” said Bioware in a recent tweet.

NBA 2K15 Face Scan is Nightmare Fuel

by Anthony Accinellion October 7, 2014
NBA 2K15 allows you to scan your face into the game, letting everyone (essentially) finally be a face in a video game. Problem is, while the face scan technology does work, it oftentimes doesn’t. As seen in the pictures below. If you don’t want to sleep tonight, go ahead and click the jump. What hides below can [...]

5 Reasons Destiny is Better than Halo

Destiny Patch 1.0.2 is Live

by Anthony Accinellion October 1, 2014
Bungie has (finally) released patch 1.0.2 which addresses quite a few player issues within Destiny. Among them are better loot drop, more Legendaries that can actually be used, and tweaks to weapons in PvP. You can see the full list below.


Shadow of Mordor First Impressions – Assassin’s Creed V

by Anthony Accinellion September 30, 2014
  Shadow of Mordor is an interesting game. Toted as a revolutionary role-playing game set in the darkest version of Mordor yet seen in a video game, Shadow of Mordor had a fairly substantial amount of hype behind it. And while it hasn’t necessarily derailed the hype train, it...