Are you out hunting for the NES Classic Edition for a Christmas gift but are unable to find it? Well you’re not alone. Nintendo completely dropped the ball with its hottest item of the holiday season and they’re nearly impossible to find outside of the secondary market. If you really want one, you can grab one for like $200 on sites like Amazon or Ebay. If you don’t want to pay that, and I don’t blame you, you might have an opportunity coming up in a couple weeks.
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The first season of HBO’s new series Westworld wrapped up what was a damn good season on Sunday night. If you haven’t been following, Westworld is a set in the future around a park by the same name that is filled with androids (referred to as hosts) and visitors (referred to as guests) who attend the rather expensive park to live out fantasies that could never happen in real life. Think of it like physically entering a giant video game. If you haven’t watched it yet, you should probably do that. For those of you that have, let’s try to take a look at exactly what happened now that we’ve had a few days to decompress.
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Playstation came out swinging today at their annual Playstation Experience showcase. While the showcase didn’t feature some games I was clinging to hope for, primarily Red Dead Redemption 2 and Shadow of the Tomb Raider, there were some heavy hitters that absolutely pumped up the hype levels and got the juices flowing.
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In case you didn’t know, The Game Awards were last night and I would say that the show was solid overall. Here’s a quick recap of all the night’s winners and some of the new information we received on upcoming games. If you haven’t already, check out my preview blog where I gave a bit more explanation for each of these categories.
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It’s that time of year again, where we get to bicker amongst ourselves over what the best games of the year were. Geoff Keighley’s annual gaming awards show, The Game Awards, has finally become a staple of the industry. There’s a lot to look forward to as it relates to dubbing the year’s best in gaming as well as big reveals and trailers for upcoming titles in 2017 and beyond. So here’s a bit of a preview for what’s to come on Thursday night and who I believe to be the winners.
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It’s almost the holiday season, which means it’s time to figure out what the hell kind of gifts you’re going to buy people. Fortunately for you, I’m here to give you all the gaming information you could possibly need. Whether it’s your boyfriend, brother, husband, cousin, sister, aunt, grandmother or whoever, it’s all the same. Here’s a rundown of everything you need to know about some of the major game releases of the past year or so available to you.
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Last week, the heavily anticipated Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon were released on November 18th. Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon served as the highlight in the year’s celebration of the 20th anniversary of Pokemon. It’s not often that a game with a massive amount of hype delivers but, even with a bazillion pre-release information reveals and trailers, Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon delivered.
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