Monthly Archives: July 2014
by Gabe Carey B-TEN editor-in-chief Gabe Carey sits down for a discussion with the developer of retro-styled indie platformer Shovel Knight, Continue?
by Christopher Stahler In early February, Sony announced at their State of The Platform that people have shared their gameplay/screenshots over Continue?
by Gabe Carey 4gency, whose CEO we interviewed back in March, is bringing Habitat: A Thousand Generations in Orbit to PlayStation 4 next year Continue?
by Jack Barnett Big news for North American Little Big Planet fans! A range of LBP3 pre-order goodies have been announced this morning. The Continue?
by Jack Barnett The new 194MB system update is now live and makes a couple of nifty additions to the PS4. Most importantly, PlayStation gamers Continue?
by Gabe Carey It's funny how, when you ask an entire community of 60 people what the greatest video game story is, the results differ so significantly. Continue?
by Matthew Bandeira During the Skybound Entertainment panel at this past week's San Diego Comic-Con, Telltale co-founder Kevin Bruner confirmed Continue?
by Zach Waller Ninja Theory, best known as the developer of Heavenly Sword, Enslaved, and DmC: Devil May Cry, is teasing the imminent announcement Continue?
by Morgan Hench The Pokemon Company has officially launched their website for the 2014 World Champions in Washington, DC. The event is scheduled Continue?
by Gabe Carey Beginning last year, Microsoft has been generous enough to give away free games each month to Xbox Live users as part of their Continue?
by Brian White The sequel to 2014's smash hit (and excellent film) Godzilla is set to feature appearances from classic Godzilla monsters, Legendary Continue?
by Jes Taylor In Armillo, you take the role of the titular character, a space armadillo, who is living life carefree on his home planet when Continue?
by Kyle Dumont On Nintendo's Livestream at San Diego Comic Con, Bill Trinen announced a NES Remix bundle coming soon. Nintendo of America's Continue?
by Dennis McCarson The following post has been brought to you by our sponsors. The gaming drought has hit us all super hard. I've resorted Continue?