Gaming Timeline

‘The Legend Of Zelda’ Wii U Could Be Multiplayer

'The Legend of Zelda' Wii U could be getting multiplayer

The Legend of Zelda for Wii U is looking impressive, even if it’s not going for realism. Of course, Nintendo never did try to make their games realistic, always opting for the kid-friendly look we know them for. This time though, Zelda Wii U could be getting something we haven’t seen since Capcom’s turn at… Read more »

Oakland Pinball Machines To Be Legalized After 80-Year Ban

Oakland Ends 80 Year Pinball Ban

Oakland Pinball Machines will finally be legal in the California city after an 80-year ban following the City Council public safety committee meeting on Tuesday, June 24. The ban is part of an effort by the city council to modernize and broaden the gambling laws of Oakland, California. The 80-year old ban can be traced… Read more »

New Video Game Releases For The Week Of June 22, 2014

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The new video game releases for the week of June 22 feel more as if someone unstopped the drain that was holding the release calendar back. With Watch Dogs earning Ubisoft a tidy penny, the game is now safely in the rear view mirror and, as a result, the game release calendar is more crowded…. Read more »

‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ Release Date Looks Like It’s Been Leaked

Batman Arkham Knight release date

Batman: Arkham Knight was originally supposed to debut in 2014, but the release date was pushed back into “sometime in 2015″ right around E3. The official listing on the Microsoft Store has apparently leaked the release date for Batman: Arkham Knight. If the store listing can be believed, the game will be hitting store shelves… Read more »

‘Assassin’s Creed Unity’ Boasts Bigger Map Than ‘Black Flag’

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As we get close to the release of Assassin’s Creed Unity, more details are starting to emerge. The biggest piece of information for this fifth iteration in the Assassin’s Creed series is that the game-play map is said to be quite big. Examiner.com reports that Assassin’s Creed Unity‘s map is actually bigger than the game… Read more »

Origin Takes On Steam With Game Time Starting with ‘Titanfall’

Origin Takes on Steam with Game Time and Titanfall

EA has been pushing further into the digital retail space and now Origin takes on Steam with “Game Time” starting with Titanfall as the first offering. Gamers who have the Origin client installed on their gaming PC will see a new option to download the EA shooter Titanfall and play it absolutely free for 48… Read more »

Super Mario 64 Wii U Virtual Console Release Could Be Coming Soon

Super Mario 64 Wii U Virtual Console Release

It is no secret the Wii U has had a hard start, but with strong offerings such as a Super Mario 64 Wii U Virtual Console release in the near future, hinted on the Nintendo Virtual Console site, could help Nintendo’s console turn things around sooner rather than later. The Virtual Console on the Wii… Read more »

Despite Skipping E3, Fallout 4 Confirmed?

Fallout 4

Failure to explicitly deny can many-a-times indicate acceptance and perhaps that is precisely the case about the hugely anticipated sequel to the post-apocalyptic game Fallout. Already tentatively (and unimaginatively) titled Fallout 4, the game was recently and indirectly confirmed by Bethesda Studios. The creators of the series, Bethesda Studios could have essentially confirmed the game’s… Read more »

‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ Unveils New Beautiful Screenshots

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Dragon Age: Inquisition might not be hitting store shelves until October, but EA released some brand new screenshots to wet our appetites. Electronic Arts has been touting Dragon Age: Inquisition for the last couple of weeks, including showing off a new trailer at E3. While these photos have been officially released, it seems as though… Read more »

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Behind The Scenes [Video]

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is the upcoming sequel to the highly-successful Call of Duty first person shooter franchise. The new developer, Sledgehammer Games, has revealed details about the forthcoming title, including its incredible updated visual engine. According to TotalXBox.com, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare looks much better than its predecessor, Call of Duty: Ghosts–which… Read more »

Play Angry Birds New Game: Angry Birds Space Beak Impact

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Angry Birds is back, Jack, and this time it’s even more out of this world! Enter Angry Birds Space Beak Impact, an Angry Birds Space add-on that maintains the same concepts of space physics game-play (think weightlessness, gravity wells and orbital trajectories), but injects hundreds of asteroids into the mix! According to NASA’s associate administrator… Read more »

Halo 5: E3 2014 A Disappointment For Xbox One Fans?

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For many Xbox One fans, Halo 5: Guardians might have been expected to be the highlight of all the announcements made at E3 2014. But as a long time Halo fan I have got to say I was a bit disappointed by what we were shown. In a related report by The Inquisitr, the trailer… Read more »

Angry Birds Epic Is Here, How Is It?

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Angry Birds developer Rovio has released yet another installment in the popular smart phone game franchise. This time, Angry Birds fans will don helmets and swords in an “epic” Angry Birds RPG (role-playing game). Angry Birds Epic has been officially released for iOS, Android, and Windows phones. According to the official Angry Birds website, Angry… Read more »

Xbox On: Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul Is Controlling Consoles

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The Xbox One’s voice commands is supposed to be the future of controlling consoles. Instead, a recent Microsoft commercial featuring Breaking Bad and Need for Speed actor Aaron Paul is causing a little havoc with some Xbox owners. In a commercial to promote the new $400 price point of the Xbox One, Paul issues the… Read more »