Category: News

Big news for Warhammer fans as Behaviour Interactive have announced that they have begun development on a Warhammer 40K MMO. Warhammer 40K: Eternal Crusade will be the first Warhammer MMORPG set in the 40,000 universe and it is currently being developed for the next generation of consoles: the Sony PS4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One, as…

The brand new crowd funded console, the Ouya, has been out for several days now. While initial reports focused more on people not receiving their on time, the news qas quickly followd by faint sounds of success else where. <hyperlink to both articles > After the fact, gaming outlets left and right have been voicing…

Seven months since the Nintendo Wii U has been unleashed and as of today they’ve began to limit multiple online services associated with the original Wii system. The following features have been officially closed down: Nintendo Channel News Channel Forecast Channel Everybody Votes Channel Mii Contest Channel Data exchange with Wii Friends   The Wii…

Sony’s Playstation Plus celebrated a milestone this week as the Instant Game Collection turned 1-years old. Playstation Plus was introduced in 2010 as a paid alternative to the Playstation Network which is a free online multiplayer community. If you chose to subscribe to PS+ Sony had a selection of games you could play for free…

As Animal Crossing continues to impress and break sales records, many gamers are flocking to the new title adamantly, with a want to voice their excitement the game provokes. Over on Gamasutra for example, gamer Christian Nutt expresses his admiration for AC’s design in a charming little write up about why the game works so…

Steam is never in short supply of new experiences or gaming goods to thrill us with. Project Green Light helps to put the Indie devs in the spot light, and games like Strike Vector is just one more good reminder of why this is a good thing. A new trailer from Strike Vectors developer was…

With an engaging showing at E3, Dead Rising 3 was one of the titles at Microsoft’s press conference that got a lot of people very excited for the Xbox One software line up. Being promised currently as a launch title, Dead Rising 3 looks expand the horizons of the previous two games, by going full…

The words Grand Theft Auto often result in loud screams and a mass of noise, in and outside of the game. GTA represents one of the biggest names in gaming, and for good reason. The series has always prided itself on being bigger and better than everybody else, with Rockstar games always working for years…

The little Kickstarter console that could, the Ouya, is now officially out for distribution. Finding it’s origins as a crowd sourced Android based game console, the Ouya has been no stranger to both detractors and advocates.  The console, while adopting already existing hardware and software for it’s own purposes, represents a first in the video…

In what seems like some bizarre Ground Hog’s Day time loop, Anita Sarkeesian (Feminist Frequency and Creator of Women vs Tropes in Video Games), has calmly pointed out an obvious source of sexism in the industry…. …and was then subsequently attacked for it. This truth was brought to my attention rather late considering the time…

A man who’s no stranger to controversy, gaming journalist and critic Jim Sterling sat down with Gamingaswomen.com to dive into his own evolutionary process, in regards to thoughts on gender equality. In the exchange, Jim candidly speaks to his mixed messages of the past, and those who considered him a misogynist. Jim points out his own failing,…