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This used to be a no brainer: You have a few hundred or a couple grand to spend on your next gaming PC, and you go get one, whether it’s off the shelf, or you buy pieces and build yourself. With Steam Machines on the way, however, and the growth of that gaming medium, your choice might be a bit tougher now that you can basically stick that all in your living room while still having access to Operating Systems and the like. Which would you go with? Which am I going with? I take a look at some of the consideration points after the jump.
With four new map packs, a new class of weapon (well, a new merging of two classes really) and a brand new chapter in the (deservedly) acclaimed Extinction co-op experience, Activision and the good folks at Infinity Ward have a new bit of DLC coming your way April 3. Announced earlier this month, the Devastation DLC is included with the seasons pass, curious what’s in store? Come have a gander, its Call of Duty:Ghosts Devastation!
I’m one of those people that like to pack the most amount of living into the least amount of space. By that I mean that I like to have all of the areas I need – corner library, play area, and even my home office, all set up on my main floor so everything is accessible. Not every home office has to be a full room full of furniture, shelves, and filing cabinets. Some of the best home offices are simple, stylish, and compact. Here are some solutions for creating a great home office without taking up a ton of space.
I’m an easy to please gamer tired of all the clutter in my living room and home office. I’m tired of having to buy a headset for my PC, XBox, Nintendo and Playstation systems because they’re only made and optimized for that specific console. How hard would it be to have something that was all-encompassing, doesn’t break the bank and doesn’t skimp on sound quality? Not hard at all according to Plantronics, who believe their RIG Headset is all this and more. Click below for my review of this dynamic headset.
Final Fantasy fans rejoice! The folks at Square Enix seem to have been up to a lot lately, particularly after the admitted mistakes of Final Fantasy XIV, and its complete rehaul and rerelease. With that in mind we have, over the course of a month, not one but two Final Fantasy Releases. One, the final title in a trilogy (and who doesn’t like those?), the other, the HD remaster and combining of two FF superstars with Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy X/X-2 Remastered.
There are very few game series’ I’ve enjoyed more in my lifetime of gaming than the Professor Layton one. It always excites me to no end to get to unwrap and solve another couple hundred puzzles, and I always keep going back for more. I don`t have to explain how excited I was to hear that the final installment of the prequel to the first trilogy is finally available and also how much I`ve been anticipating having it in my hands. I did get it, and click below for my thoughts.
During the past week, the world’s leading manufacturers of mobile electronics —smartphones, tablets and wearable technology— have been showcasing their latest products at Mobile World Congress 2014. MWC is the mobile industry’s equivalent to the Consumer Electronics Show and that means big names (Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave a keynote) along with big product reveals —like the Samsung Galaxy S5. Basically, If you want to know what to expect in the world of mobile for 2014, just look at what’s on display at Mobile World Congress. Our MWC 2014 wrap-up covers the big news from Barcelona.
With two HD remasters and a Vita exclusive, Sony is representing the month of February with a Trio of console exclusives. The PS Vita wins with a double helping with the giant demon hunting Toukiden: The Age of Demons, and murder mystery Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc. Tales of Symphonia Chronicles rounds it out, packaging two ‘Tales’ games and treating them to the full HD face lift.