I’m a Microsoft person. Always have been. I’ve had my problems with Microsoft products, sure, and gotten frustrated at times, but who doesn’t get frustrated with technology? (Apple people? Maybe, but they’re members of a strange cult.) Read More
Everyone’s excited for the Next Gen of console gaming, but what about generations one through seven? Here’s a primer on everything you need to know to put the PS4 and Xbox One into a historical context. Read More
We’re on the cusp of a new era, with the launches of both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One this month. Both consoles have been preordered into oblivion—people waited in line for hours at the launch of the PS4 on November 15th.
There are plenty of video games that work great in groups. Mario Party, Guitar Hero, and LittleBigPlanet all have multiplayer options and can be a great way for teens (or adults) to spend time together at a party. But video games are almost always limited by the number of players who can participate at one time. Watching your friend play Assassin’s Creed can be a blast, but there’s nothing like playing a game yourself to turn a first-time viewer into a long-time consumer. Read More
Microsoft’s new console hit shelves on Friday and, like the PlayStation4, the Xbox One has gotten a tremendous amount of attention. Here are a few need-to-know details on the new console by Microsoft. Read More