July is always a slow month for new releases in video games. In 2013 shortly after releasing NCAA 14 EA announced the NCAA had ended its deal with EA due to lawsuits with former players. Then in October EA and Tiger Woods part ways and rumors quickly spread that EA was losing exclusive rights to the NFL as well. EA Sports seems to have been kick around the past 12 months and with sales starting to drop. Is it time for leagues to stop exclusive rights and allow other publishers to start making sports titles again or has EA ruined it for everyone?
Backlogs are symbols of good and bad in the gaming world. They bring out the best and worst in gamers. There are plenty of games to play but not never enough time. The Gamer’s Lounge has some ideas on how some gamers should deal with backlogs.
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Retroscribe is a game rental service which caters to Retro Gamers. The RetroN 5 is Hyperkin new multi function game console that fans of retro gaming have eagerly purchased. These two could go together like Mario and Luigi and for anyone looking for a way to play more retro games, RetroScribe is the answer.
A few weeks ago, I was given the opportunity to review a little Wii U title, I've Got to Run! Developed by the one-woman team at Four Corner Games, Syrenne McNulty got to forage ahead in her passion for video games by releasing her first game ever on a home console.
Squids: Odyssey came out for the Wii U a few weeks ago, and I was fortunate enough to review it. Now, The Game Bakers have offered me the chance to see the 3DS edition as well. In Europe, gamers who picked up the 3DS edition can get the Wii U version free, but this offer has not extended out of that territory. Gamers in other nations at the moment need to choose, but which one should you pick up?
Curve Studios has been around for a while, and while it isn't a huge studio, it's pedigree is one that makes this reviewer know that whatever they put out guarantees a great time.
The title says it all. The RetroN 5 has caused the demand for retro games to go up. Is this because everyone thinks they have a gaming goldmine? Does this mean the price will climb? How does this affect collectors?
Move over Gamefly, there is a new online rental service in town. RetroScribe, a new rental service for retro games. Thats right, NES, SNES, Genesis and N64 games shipped right to your door.