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Hardcore video game editorials for hardcore gamers.

NES wireless router is a remarkable mod job

on Mon, Nov 8, 2010 | By Jeffrey L. Wilson

That copy of Athena that you couldn’t pawn off finally has a purpose. The geek geniuses at the Unconventional Hacker have taken 20+ year old technology–the NES cart–gutted it, and replaced the innards with a Belkin wireless router. But you can’t simply cram a wireless card into a cartridge; some soldering rewiring is required. Thankfully, those same...

Kinect: Microsoft’s motion control game changer

on Sat, Nov 6, 2010 | By Laurie-Anne Vazquez

There have been many attempts to create a motion-sensing controller over the years: The UForce, Roll ‘n Rocker, SEGA Activator, Power Glove. All of them failed due to cumbersome add-ons and shoddy control. With Kinect for Xbox 360, gamers have the first full-body motion-sensing controller that actually lets them cut the cord. This unprecedented level of controller interaction...

Supermarket Mania shops around from iPad and iPhone to DSi

on Fri, Nov 5, 2010 | By Jeffrey L. Wilson

Supermarket Mania, the hit time management game that entertained droves of mobile gamers on the iPhone and iPad platforms, now heads to the Nintendo DSi. An official release date hasn’t been given, but assuming that the game would be released in time for the madness of the holiday shopping season would be a safe bet. Until a definitive date is announced, enjoy these...

Robokill: Rescue Titan Prime hits iPad

on Fri, Nov 5, 2010 | By Jeffrey L. Wilson

In the mood to blast everything in sight? Titan Prime, a desolate Martian outpost that’s been taken over by hostile ultra-violent robots, is the place to be. Your mission? Knock out motion-sensing gun turrets and blast your way through room after room of swarming droids to liberate Titan Prime. Gameplay consists of destroying the robots’ spawning hubs, while avoiding...

Kinect games needed: NBA Jam, God Hand 2, Tetris

on Thu, Nov 4, 2010 | By Jeffrey L. Wilson

Kinect is finally here. Microsoft’s long-awaited (and much hyped) entry into the motion-gaming space is now on sale, with plenty of positive reviews stating that the Xbox 360 add-on is more than just a cash-in attempt on the Nintendo Wii’s success–it’s a genuinely fun, if not game-changing, device. Kinect Adventures, Kinect Sports, Sonic Riders, Dance...

Defunkt’s Classic C64 Zip Hoodie Review – Retro cool

Defunkt Commodore 64 Zip Hoodie
on Tue, Nov 2, 2010 | By Jeffrey L. Wilson

The Commodore brand may now be associated with a new generation of Windows-based PCs that may or may not hit the market, but for Gen Xers, it’s attached to nostalgic memories of the first home computer they’ve ever used: The Commodore 64. Now they can literally wear the C64 love on their sleeves with Defunkt’s Classic C64 Zip Hoodie. Priced at $49.99, the...

8-bit Antoine Dodson makes you run ‘n tell that

8-bit Antoine Dodson
on Mon, Nov 1, 2010 | By Jeffrey L. Wilson

  Internet memes are generally good for a chuckle or two during their initial buzz, but like “Chocolate Rain” and “Double Rainbow,” I just can’t get enough of “Bedroom Intruder Song”. The Gregory Brothers/Dodson  auto-tuned “collabo” set the Web on fire and even cracked the Billboard Hot 100, which means it was only...

Mike Haggar possibly leaked as MvC3 character

on Mon, Nov 1, 2010 | By Laurie-Anne Vazquez

Take a look at this, folks: Does that strongman in the background look like Mike Haggar to you? You know, one of the best video game politicians of all time? It should – because it is! Taken at Capcom’s Halloween party, the picture clearly shows an image of Mike Haggar on the desktop in the background.  Haggar’s arm is also on the screen on the right hand side of the...

Halloween Games: Death in video games

on Sat, Oct 30, 2010 | By Jeffrey L. Wilson

Halloween’s arrival at the tail end of the month, the releases of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow and Haunted House, and our very own look at video game vampires has brought grim shadows to the gray matter–death particularly. This could very well venture into my own personal demons of growing older, but I’ll keep the opines focused on the topic at hand: death...

Smurfs’ Village Headed to an App Store Near You

on Fri, Oct 29, 2010 | By Thomas Rivas

Yesterday, Capcom announced that it’s been working on a Smurfs social game for Apple’s pocket devices. Here’s an excerpt from their release: In anticipation of next summer’s 3D live-action/animated family comedy The Smurfs, Capcom® Mobile, a leading developer and publisher of video games, today announced that it will be releasing a social network game...


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