The holiday season is just really starting, but Todd and other gamers are not thinking of sugar plums. They are thinking about new GAMES.
The NFL and EA may think they have the football genre locked up, but lookout for the hard hitting action of Blitz: The League, the first real contender to standup to the franchise juggernaut.
The NHL is desperate to woo its fans back following the lockout, but in the game world they still have not even fixed the rosters.
The Tokyo Games show revealed many secrets including an aging snake, a wacky Nintendo controller and Microsoft’s major 360 launch date.
With the NFL season kicking off, Todd reflects on the theory that once Madden killed all competition for football games, that the franchise would go downhill. Hardly!
Microsoft is offering two different prices for the Xbox 360, but the way Hargosh has it figured, people who buy the lower-end system are getting shafted.
With Sony lying about the 2.0 PSP upgrade and retailers leaving him outside in a thunderstorm at midnight during a supposed Madden launch, it’s been a bad week.
The demise of this handheld console is brought to you today by the letters P and S and P. Zodiac was a true fighter, but lost the war of attrition.
Hargosh takes issue with certain retailers who want to bust his chops about trading in a few games.
With retro-gaming gaining popularity, it is nice to know that anyone can afford an arcade machine these days, and it will even fit into your home.