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  • Blog Post: A Late Adopter's Guide To The Xbox 360

    While a lot of gamers are moving onto the new-gen consoles, not everyone experienced the benefits of Microsoft's system during the last generation. Thankfully, it's not too late. Not only is the hardware cheaper, but there is a greater wealth of Xbox 360 content to explore than ever before. Microsoft's... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion: Microsoft, Kinect, And The Wisdom of Flip-Flopping

    Following the recent announcement that Microsoft will be selling a $399 version of the Xbox One that doesn't include the Kinect, many are citing this as another example of Microsoft "flip-flopping," as it did when it dropped the Xbox One's always-on DRM features. They're absolutely... More
  • Blog Post: A Late Adopter's Guide To The PlayStation 3

    Some gamers don’t adopt new hardware when it first becomes available. There can be a lot of advantages to waiting to buy a new console. Not only is the hardware cheaper, but there is a greater wealth of content to explore. Sony’s PlayStation 3 doesn’t just play games; this entertainment... More
  • Blog Post: Testing The New Xbox One Media Remote

    During the last generation of consoles, I preferred to watch movies on my PlayStation 3 thanks to its awesome first-party Bluetooth remote control. When I disconnected my PS3 and 360 after buying my new consoles, I was disappointed to have to return to controller-based navigation. As soon as I heard... More
  • Blog Post: Looking Back On Sony's Hardware Evolutions

    In preparation for whatever Sony is planning on showing us tonight, we're looking back on all of Sony's previous home console iterations. Maybe looking back at these will give us an idea of what to expect, or maybe it will just be a fanciful trip down memory lane. PlayStation - The system that... More
  • Blog Post: Then & Now: PS3 vs. 360 Hardware

    In previous generations, the console you bought was the same console you'd have years later. You could buy add-ons or accessories, but the core system and the way it operated never really changed. It's a completely different situation now, as the console in your living room is most likely an... More
  • Blog Post: Editorial: The Issues Facing Next-Gen Hardware

    Thinking about new consoles is always exciting, even though we're currently enjoying a period of plenty. Although I don't want to speculate on specific tech specs, there are a lot of questions regarding the next round of systems; the answers to which will go a long way in determining what gaming... More
  • Blog Post: 3DS Impressions: Our Take On Nintendo's New Handheld

    Announced last March, Nintendo’s 3DS has been highly anticipated by gamers the world over. Any new Nintendo handheld is big news; the company has dominated the category since the release of the original Game Boy in 1989. While competitors from Sega to Sony have tried to make a dent in Nintendo’s... More
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