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In what is quickly becoming a bigger and bigger spectacle, PlayStation held their annual Experience event this past weekend. As these things go, the keynote unleashed a ton of announcements on the crowd. Between this show and The Game Awards last … Continue reading
Considering it’s now December, the Holiday season is right around the corner. So what better time than now to participate in a little Festivus for the rest of us? For those scratching their heads, Festivus is a fictional holiday created … Continue reading
Okay, lets address the elephant in the room right here and right now. Yes, I know what I told you before. You’re probably wondering why you’re now reading a brand new Video Round Up post. Well, the short answer is, … Continue reading
The annual Game Awards have now come and gone, celebrating the industry and the work it does over the past year, and giving fans a look at some upcoming games. Overall, I thought the show was well put together, similar … Continue reading
Congratulations, you’ve made it through the chaotic waters of October and November. That’s not to say we’ve entered into a barren wasteland however. While the total number of games launching in December may be down significantly from the past couple of months, there’s … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but it’s crazy to me that November is just about over. Things have slowed down considerably here in the States as it’s Thanksgiving week. For most people, that means only working half the week, spending … Continue reading