There’s something about little girls fighting their way through a zombie apocalypse that is incredibly captivating. The Last Of Us proved that you don’t need a macho gunslinger mowing down hordes of enemies to make a compelling protagonist. And now, The Walking Dead Season Two Episode 2: A House Divided returns to continue the story of Clementine – the pocket-sized dynamo from Season 1 of the games.
Top 10 Video Games Lined Up for March Release - Titanfall, Dark Souls 2, inFamous: Second Son and More. Streamed mobile games anyone? Twitch is making it a reality with the Twitch Mobile Software Development Kit.
Nintendo veteran producer Kensuke Tanabe, explains and answers any and all rumors about Nintendo and mobile games. His statements make the gaming world very happy, but investors are scratching their heads over this on. Playstation News: the software giant has announced this week that it has surpassed 6 million console sales world wide. Microsoft will be testing what Nintendo doesn’t want to attempt the mobile market. According to reports, valve maybe in talks to buy the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.
One of the great things about video games is they tend to retain their value and have a second life. After you have mastered all the levels and grown tired of the same old game play, you can trade the game in for something new and more challenging.
Trading in your used video games gives you more money to buy the games you want to tackle next while reducing the overall amount you spend to pursue your love of gaming. You can lower the cost of your gaming habit even more by taking some proactive steps to maximize the trade-in value of the games you buy and sell.
The Classic’s Never Die, Gaming with Nostalgia is Growing
Even though video game giants like Sony and Microsoft continue to release their “latest and greatest” hardware in the form of the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4, retro gaming is continuing to grow. An interesting fact is that retro gaming isn’t growing only with people who are old enough to remember the original “Final Fantasy” or people who were around when specials about “Super Mario Bros. 3” aired on prime-time television. Retro gaming is also growing among the younger generation of gamers - those whose first consoles included the Nintendo Wii and the PlayStation 2, among others. When you look at all that retro gaming has to offer, it is easy to see just why it is continuing to be such a popular trend in the video game community. - See more at: http://ow.ly/umeqL
Valve is releasing a competitive Portal board game
Last week, veteran board game maker Cryptozoic — which tends to make games and trading cards for a ton of licensed properties — announced that it’s developing an official Portal board game. However, in this case, Valve created the majority of the mechanics itself, then handed it over to Cryptozoic for polishing and production.
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Killzone’s Dev Has Been Working on a New PS4 Franchise for Over Two Years
We’ve known for a while that Guerrilla Games, the developer behind the long running Killzone franchise, has been cooking something up for the PlayStation 4 behind-the-scenes, but we’ve been noticeably short on concrete news. The Amsterdam-based outfit is hot off the heels of the slightly humdrum Killzone: Shadow Fall, so it isn’t surprising that it’s a bit reticent to share more details. Read More - http://ow.ly/tZFkX
Persona 5 Brings Style to Western PS3s in 2015
Just as the relatively haunting and mysterious image of those empty chairs against that blood red background was starting to slip from memory, Atlus has unveiled Persona 5’s official English website. Much like its Japanese counterpart, it states a clear and simple message: the game will be coming to Western PlayStation 3s in 2015.
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