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HD Report | February 25, 2017

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Who Has the Most to Prove at E3 2017?

February 16, 2017 |

As companies like Microsoft and Bethesda announce their E3 2017 presentation dates, it’s becoming clear that the biggest gaming event in the world is going to be bigger this year than it’s ever been.

In fact, it’s hard to think … Read More

VR Gaming is Still too Expensive to Succeed

February 10, 2017 |

There are many people who don’t like virtual reality gaming for many valid reasons.

Some people simply don’t get it. Whatever it is that virtual reality has to offer just doesn’t click with them. Others just aren’t that impressed … Read More

Microsoft Can’t Save Xbox by Themselves

February 7, 2017 | 8

Recently, an Xbox fan took to Twitter to ask Head of Xbox Phil Spencer whether or not Microsoft is going to make any good exclusives for Xbox One. Spencer’s response to the question was professional and encouraging.

“I feel very … Read More

Why the Nintendo Switch is Already a Success

January 31, 2017 |

Today, Nintendo confirmed that they are ending production of the Wii U across the globe. While developers may choose to release new titles for the system, this announcement effectively marks the end of the less than five years old … Read More

For Now, Sony Has Nothing To Fear

January 27, 2017 | 1

Over the last few months, the future of console gaming has begun to take shape.

Nintendo says the future of console gaming is the Nintendo Switch; a device that’s ability to double as a home console and powerful portable gaming … Read More

Kinect for Project Scorpio: Asset or Liablity?

January 27, 2017 |

Once upon a time, Microsoft dreamed of a world in which every entertainment center featured a Kinect. Actually, they wanted the Kinect to be the star of your home entertainment experience. They thought everyone would happily abandon their remotes and … Read More

How Project Scorpio Will Fix Console Gaming’s Greatest Flaw

January 25, 2017 |

Despite what your local Gamestop will tell you when you try to trade used titles in, your old video games are actually very valuable. While you can’t expect to get much money in exchange for them, they’re still valuable … Read More

The Nintendo Switch Can’t Survive Without Multimedia

January 18, 2017 |

Nintendo is a very strange company. As we’ve previously discussed, they’re a studio that likes to do things a very particular way even when conventional wisdom says they should change their thinking. While this stubborn mindset has led to some … Read More

The Switch Proves Nintendo is Out of Touch

January 14, 2017 |

Late last year, Nintendo released the NES Classic Edition; a system best described as streamlined nostalgia. Even though the NES Classic came with 30 games, a short controller cord, and no official way to improve either of those shortcomings, … Read More

Are Laptops The Future of PC Gaming?

January 7, 2017 |

Some say that PC gaming is dying. It’s not. It’s just a little complacent at the moment.

As fewer and fewer games become PC exclusive and the power level of consoles rise every day, everyone with an interest in … Read More

Nvidia Wants to Exploit Your Fear of PC Gaming

January 5, 2017 |

For years, becoming a PC gamer was both expensive and challenging. Nvidia wants you to believe it still is.

At CES, the technology giant unveiled their plans to launch the GeForce Now service for PC and Mac. This service – … Read More

“Free” is the Future of Video Game Marketing

December 24, 2016 |

Earlier this year, Cacpom shocked the world by releasing a releasing a free demo of Resident Evil 7.

That sounds like an odd statement, doesn’t it? After all, video game demos have been a part of the industry for … Read More

Xbox One’s Best Year Wasn’t Good Enough

December 21, 2016 | 5

There has never been a better time to own an Xbox One.

Between the launch of the Xbox One S (the best piece of gaming hardware released this year), an E3 presentation that finally found a nice balance between … Read More

No Man’s Sky Was The Year’s Most Important Game

December 17, 2016 |

The debate over the best game of 2016 is more heated than any game of the year debate in recent memory. Some swear that Overwatch was the only title they needed this year, for instance, while others say that … Read More

Super Mario Run Can Save Mobile Gaming

December 16, 2016 |

Super Mario Run is a lot like those imitation cereals you might have grown up with. No matter how good they taste, you can’t get over the fact that they’re not the real thing.

Unlike those imitation cereals, Super Mario RunRead More

Sony Shows That They’re Still All About The Games

December 9, 2016 |

In years gone by, Sony’s annual PlayStation Experience event was little more than a way for the studio to celebrate everything PlayStation with the console’s biggest fans. This year, the event was a declaration of war.

Perhaps someone at … Read More

GameStop Offers $50 Bonus For Select Console, Phone, & Tablet Trade-Ins

December 8, 2016 |

Looking to trade in your old console, tablet, or phone? Right now may be the time to do it as GameStop is offering an extra $50 bonus on trade-ins in the form of a GameStop Gift Card.

The items eligible … Read More

10 of the Best Indie Games of 2016

December 8, 2016 |

I don’t know if you noticed, but a lot of indie games came out in 2016. So many, in fact, that game websites are currently running articles talking about how almost 40% of all games released on Steam came out … Read More

Five Improvements That Would Make Final Fantasy XV Great

November 30, 2016 |

After years of delays, Final Fantasy XV is finally here. Does it live up to the hype? For the part, it does. However, there are some little nagging issues that prevent it from being the truly great game that … Read More

4K Console Gamers Deserve Exclusive Games

November 26, 2016 |

When Microsoft and Sony unveiled their futuristic, ultra-powerful, 4K consoles, they focused on a lot of technical information. They talked about HDR, RAM, gigahertz, refresh rates, and a lot of other things that were previously only important to people … Read More