This debacle and the lackluster announcement of the system initially has solidified in my mind that I will not be buying into the Xbox One… that being said I’m not buying into the PS4 either. Looks like I’m taking that money and building a PC, where there is DRM, yes, but it’s a case-by-case basis. I won’t have big brother checking to see if my desktop is connected to the Internet at all times. Read More.
Features By Michael Joly
Is Electronic Arts Inc. wrong to implement such a DRM strategy on a game that they are releasing solely on PC? I honestly don’t think so. Re-read the previous line and you’ll see one thing, the organization is called Electronic Arts Inc. They are a company. A capitalist company based in a free country, and they exist to try and make money. Read More.
So picture this, you walk into your local game store, like normal, and you're looking around, not really looking for anything in particular. You do really wish that that big AAA title was on shelves already, you probably really want to play that one. Well you wrap things up and find something you haven't played yet. Read More.
When Nintendo announced that they were releasing a peripheral to add dual analog, I, like many others, was intrigued, yet skeptical. I didn't really follow the attachment for a while until it came out touting support for Resident Evil Revelations, Metal Gear Solid 3D Snake Eater, and Monster Hunter 4. Read More.