Want to know what's in this months Loot Crate? Then check out The Digital Gamers unboxing video of March's Covert themed Loot Crate!
On this weeks episode of The Gamers Lounge Podcast the guys talk Battlefield Harline, Bloodborne , GTA 5, Borderlands 2, Pier Solar, Mayan Death Robots, Playstation Vue, Final Fantasy XV: Episode Duscae, a new Joe Montana Football, Hideo Kojima might be leaving Konami, more HD remasters heading our way, tons of rumors and more!
For an avid console gamer, the choice was always easy. Consoles, were convenient, less complicated and less expensive. After being let down consistently in this newest generation one hardcore console gamer found a home in the rich PC gaming community. This is his Journey!
Its been nearly a month since Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires launched and only now does The Digital Gamer feel that he has given the game enough time to consider writing a review of it on the Playstation 4 and that is sheer testament to the quality and scope of this game.
It is that time of year again. Spring is in the air and that means it is the start of Garage Sale season. Join Erik from The Gamers Lounge on his chronicled adventure as he hits up garage sales in his local area and sees what he can find in the way of video games.
Sony's new TV service, PlayStation Vue launched this week in three markets, New York, Philadelphia and Chicago. If you don’t live in one of those metropolitan areas you are out of luck for now...or are you? Here at The Gamers Lounge John has discovered that even though he lives 600 miles away from the closest city, he has been able to sign up for the service and use it. Want to know how? Read on to find out!
Shiftlings is a new digital game that places you in charge of a couple of aliens tasked with fixing things. Little do they know that they are the stars of a highly popular TV show, and a happy accident with a bottle of cola results in a strangely comedic play mechanic that has you (with a friend, if you desire) to think your way from Point A to Point B.
In 1986, SEGA first released Out Run in the arcades. Created by Yu Suzuki, you hop into a Ferrari Testarossa with your girlfriend and drive cross country, racing against the clock through beaches, deserts and more. Along with the great scenery was a soundtrack by Hiroshi Kawaguchi that had some of the most amazing and memorable songs of any arcade game. Now M2 has brought Out Run to the Nintendo 3DS remastered in full 3D. Does this port do justice to one of the most important SEGA/Suzuki games of all time? Read on to find out!
Nintendo has never been number one on my must have gaming console list. I have been a SEGA man since the Master System days, then an Xbox guy after the Dreamcast faded away. But recently with all the bickering between XB1 and PS4 fanboys about resolution of games, graphics and game length, I have found myself playing less. Maybe I was just reading too much social media or maybe I hit the Destiny bottle too hard. But for whatever reason I wasn't having that much fun, I was just going through the motions. But that changed last month when I picked up the New 3DS XL.
Welcome back to The Nightcap at the Gamer’s Lounge! As always, sit back, relax and enjoy!