Monthly Archives: December 2013
By Jesse Taylor 2013 was an amazing year for video games. Outstanding video games such as BioShock Infinite, Grand Theft Auto V, The Last Continue?
By Gabe Carey It shouldn't be news to any of our readers that 2013 was undoubtedly a strong year for gaming. From Grand Theft Auto V's record Continue?
By Nathaniel Liles In what is widely believed to be a move toward developing a new IP, Microsoft has laid down a copyright on the name "Throne Continue?
By Gabe Carey According to their own Twitter page, a hacker group that refers to themselves as DERP took down various online gaming servers Continue?
By Gabe Carey You may recall a news article I wrote just last week in which I bragged about the immense library of quality games offered by Continue?
by Jonathan Pollmann Tomonobu Itakgaki revealed to 4Gamer recently that Devil's Third, his loooong awaited game is over 80 percent complete. Continue?
B-TEN's very own James and his friend Mason duke it out in the first episode of new series 'Fight Night'. This week it's a best of five in 'Dead Continue?
Today marks the first day of Zeldainformer's first ever fully sponsored Zelda marathon. Members of the 448 Team and zeldainformer will partake Continue?
By Austin Briddell The wait for Battlefield 4 by EA for the PS4 was a long and arduous one, especially for a gamer who logged a ridiculous amount Continue?
By Nathaniel Liles I got a 3DS XL for Christmas, and after dealing with the eshop outage patiently and calmly, I taped all my furniture back Continue?
By Gabe Carey We knew it was coming, but it still hurts... Sony has announced that in the first half of 2014, select first-party PS3 games Continue?
By Gabe Carey Following yesterday's dilemma of the Pokemon Bank being removed from the Japanese eShop and having its expected release date Continue?
Written by Bram Berg and Morgan Hench That's right folks, Zelda will be a playable character in the new Smash Bros game for the Wii U and 3DS. Continue?
By Gabe Carey In the midst disastrous holiday meltdown for Nintendo Network that's arguably more detrimental than the death of Santa Claus himself, Continue?
By Gabe Carey It seems that Microsoft has some catching up to do with their Games with Gold effort because the month of January will see BioShock Continue?