Sony Just Added 105 Games To PlayStation Now And I Need To Know Who’s Using This?

Ok seriously,  I need to know who is using PlayStation now? Sony just added 105 games to its streaming service and that means there has got to be some type of big demand for it. I’m begging any small amount of people who read my post to comment on this. 

I get the idea of PS Now and it’s pretty solid. Except for the part where the subscription and rentals are overpriced. America doesn’t even crack the top 10 when it comes to fastest internet service, so I can’t imagine it working very well an unless you have your console connected directly to your modem there are bound to be fustrations. 

If PS Now came in at a cheaper price, then I’d be more than happy to buy in and rent from a hug catalog of PS3 games. I mean I’m all for renting games on my console. It’s something I’ve wanted for the longest. However, I’ve always thought of it more as you download the game and have like a week to play it before it locks you out. That way there is no connection problems. Maybe I should take a weekend and try it to see if it’s really worth the price of admission. 

New Dead Rising and Devil May Cry?

By Simon Parker It’s been a while since new games of Dead Rising and Devil May Cry debuted on the market, however it seems like Capcom’s development schedule includes games for both franchises.    That’s according to the latest integrated report published yesterday by Capcom. Dead Rising and Devil May Cry are among the franchises […]

Here’s The New Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden Launch Trailer

The release day for Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden is almost here, and Bandai Namco has uploaded a new launch trailer on YouTube to celebrate. The trailer shows more gameplay footage of many of the different characters featured in the 2D fighter title. Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden is released for the Nintendo 3DS this Friday for […]

DeNA And Nintendo’s Mobile Partnership Extends Well Past 5 Games

We have heard for some time now that the first mobile game which is being developed by DeNA and Nintendo is due to be announced soon. If you were reading yesterday you will remember that DeNA West chief executive officer Shintaro Asako said the announcement is coming “soon.” Well we also know now that the partnership between […]

A Wii U Emulator Has Been Released For Windows 10

Yes, there’s now a working Wii U emulator for Windows 10. The program is called Cemu and was shared over on the GBATemp forums. As you would expect it runs Wii U titles at a resolution of 1920×1080 and features full keyboard controls. The emulator is still a work in progress as there’s no audio and certain […]

Multiplayer Only Games Are Not The Problem

maxresdefaultAs you can tell from the title of this piece, I have no problem with games that launch with only multiplayer. I liked games like Titanfall and Evolve. I know some are ready to call foul and say a game is nothing without a decent single player to craft its identity and story but I’m here to just say your wrong. First and foremost a game is about the gameplay. The narrative is just a concept that grabs and motives the player to play. Think cops and robbers. However, that is an argument for another day. The real problem is the pricing of these multiplayer only games.

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