B-TEN Interviews SuperGiant Games at PSX

by Steven Santana

Steven attended the first PlayStation Experience event and had the tremendous opportunity to speak with Greg Kasavin, script writer at Supergiant Games. Bastion is coming soon to PlayStation 4 and Vita, though the interview mainly concerns Transistor, which released on PS4 and PC earlier this year.

Code Name S.T.E.A.M. Release Date Announced

by Matthew Bandeira

During The Game Awards, Nintendo announced that Code Name S.T.E.A.M for the 3DS would be released on March 13, 2015.

Code Name S.T.E.A.M. is a tactical strategy game being developed by Intelligent Systems, the studio behind Fire Emblem. The game was originally revealed at E3 this past year.

The Home Button – Episode 5

by Emilio Fornatora

The Home What?

Emilio, Jean-Luc, Nathan, Ed and Matt are all current or former Champlain College students living in Burlington, VT who have a passion for video games and everything about them. Join us as we sit down in the Vermont Community Access Media studio and play video games while we talk about video games and sometimes other stuff.

The Home Button – Episode 4

by Emilio Fornatora

The Home What?

Emilio, Jean-Luc, Nathan, Ed and Matt are all current or former Champlain College students living in Burlington, VT who have a passion for video games and everything about them. Join us as we sit down in the Vermont Community Access Media studio and play video games while we talk about video games and sometimes other stuff.

The Home Button Partakes In 24-Hour Twitch Stream for Extra Life Charity

by Gabe Carey

Do it for the children.

B-TEN’s own The Home Button is presenting a 24-hour livestream today from 8 a.m. EDT on October 25th until 8 a.m. the next morning. The initiative we’re sponsoring is called Extra Life, a charity organization established to help those impaired in the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. While donations aren’t required, they are encouraged in order to support hospitalized children and their families. Please enjoy the broadcast while also considering the charitable cause.

The Home Button – Episode 3

by Emilio Fornatora

The Home What?

Emilio, Jean-Luc, Nathan, Ed and Matt are all current or former Champlain College students living in Burlington, VT who have a passion for video games and everything about them. Join us as we sit down in the Vermont Community Access Media studio and play video games while we talk about video games and sometimes other stuff.

Video Game Social Commentary: Jennie Bharaj

by Patrick Toworfe

Up and coming YouTube commentator Jennie Bharaj has caught the eye of several gamers recently with her excellent and insightful short videos on gaming culture. Every week she posts a video highlighting a particular topic within gaming and gives a well-researched perspective on what it means for games and gamers. She began this segment roughly 2 months ago and has since been consistent with enjoyable and easy-to-watch commentaries.

The Home Button – Episode 2

by Emilio Fornatora

The Home What?

Emilio, Jean-Luc, Nathan, Ed and Matt are all current or former Champlain College students living in Burlington, VT who have a passion for video games and everything about them. Join us as we sit down in the Vermont Community Access Media studio and play video games while we talk about video games and sometimes other stuff.

The Home Button – Episode 1

by Emilio Fornatora

 

The Home What?

Emilio, Jean-Luc, Nathan, Ed and Matt are all current or former Champlain College students living in Burlington, VT who have a passion for video games and everything about them. Join us as we sit down in the Vermont Community Access Media studio and play video games while we talk about video games and sometimes other stuff.

Far Cry 4 – “King of Kyrat” Trailer Released

by Sam Fitch

Far Cry 3’s Vaas Montenegro – one of the best-written villains in the video game medium – may soon be passing on his title to a new recruit, proving once again that Ubisoft can create characters as believable, criminal sociopaths almost as well as they can create games that fail to live up to expectation. Thankfully, the Far Cry series is an exception.