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Ouya: How Did The Android Console Fare On Launch?

Ouya review

How did the Ouya do on launch? Ouya was the not so well hyped Android based console funded by Kickstarter and costing only $100, so what could go wrong? A lot, apparently. Now the Ouya should not be confused with Google’s new announcement of an Android powered game console being made to compete with Xbox… Read more »

GamePop Mini Delivers Android Gaming In A Smaller Form Factor

GamePop Mini

GamePop’s Google Android-powered TV gaming console is now available in a smaller form, and it is free to the network’s gaming subscribers. The company on Friday announced that the smaller console is available for $6.99 per month and provides access to more than 500 mobile games. GamePop hooks up to a gamers TV and allows… Read more »

‘Battlefield 4’ Singleplayer To Take Cues From Multiplayer


Although Battlefield 3 was well received by critics and gamers alike, the game wasn’t exactly known for its singleplayer campaign; the core Battlefield series has always been about the multiplayer, and Battlefield 3‘s campaign came off as nothing more than a Call of Duty clone. With Battlefield 4, that may be changing. Battlefield 3‘s singleplayer,… Read more »

Xbox 360: Microsoft Stops Charging Publishers To Update Games

Microsoft stops charging Xbox 360 publishers to update games

Microsoft has stopped charging Xbox 360 game publishers to update their games. One of the reasons that Xbox 360 publishers have always hesitated to come up with updates to their games is that Microsoft always charged a few thousand dollars for everything they had to add after the initial disc was finalized. Thanks to a… Read more »

Capcom Turns 30: Celebrating Three Decades In Gaming

Capcom turns 30 years old

Capcom turns 30 years old today, so here’s a look back on three decades in gaming. Without Capcom, gaming just wouldn’t be what it is today. They set the bar for difficulty since the dawn of the Nintendo’s revival of the video game industry with the NES. They gave us such genre-inventing classics as Resident… Read more »

Ouya Launch On Amazon Sold Out Upon Release

Ouya Launch On Amazon Sold Out Upon Release

The Ouya game console launch is already off to a running start on release, already selling out on Amazon. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the Ouya gaming console had some negative reviews back in April, but Ouya claimed the review units were based upon an earlier development version of the Ouya. The $99 Ouya… Read more »

‘World Of Warcraft’ Auction House Hack Puts Accounts At Risk

World of Warcraft Auction House hack

Blizzard today confirmed that some World of Warcraft accounts could be at risk after a growing number of users began reporting unauthorized log-in attempts from the website and the company’s “Mobile Armory” app, which allows users to access the Auction House on the go. Early this morning, reports began surfacing that the World of… Read more »

Ellen Page Claims ‘The Last Of Us’ Ripped Off Her Likeness

Naughty Dog The Last Of Us

Ellen Page believes Naughty Dog ripped off her likeness for the video game The Last of Us. When you compare the Hard Candy actress to the character found in the recent game, the similarities are hard to deny. Page definitely has a unique look, one that appears to have been borrowed for Naughty Dog’s latest… Read more »

Xbox One DRM Policy Reversal May Benefit Microsoft?

Xbox One DRM Policy Reversal May Benefit Microsoft?

Xbox One DRM was unpopular from the get-go, but Microsoft has listened to Xbox One fans and reversed the decision. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the Xbox One DRM policy was one of several changes Microsoft recently announced. The original Xbox One DRM policy would have required an internet connection even for offline gameplay…. Read more »

Bethesda Says ‘Prey 2’ Just Isn’t ‘Good Enough’


The fate of Prey 2, which saw its official reveal in March of 2011, seems to be brought in question just about every six months; there has been talk of cancellation, the development being stalled, and even talk that development duties had changed hands. Now it seems there’s even more bad news for those who… Read more »