We at Tech-Gaming remember Wargames. Predating the 1980’s Mathew Broderick, global-thermal nuclear war film, these games were sold at outlets that dabbled in twenty-sided dice and lead figurines. War games were sold in cellophane zip-loc ...Read More »
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Combine equal parts poker, country music and Bejeweled, stir with 800 Marketplace points, and this Wednesday you’ll have the recipe for Poker Smash. Sure, the title sounds derivative but developer Void Star Creations boasts talent ...Read More »
Is the post-Christmas gaming slump over? This week sees the release of the first must-have title of 2008, and the weirdest cover-art of recent memory. Xbox 360Culdcept Saga Devil May Cry 4Karaoke Revolution Presents American ...Read More »
JJ Hendricks recent article on Vintage Computing compared the cost of Wii Virtual Console titles to their real-world silicon counterparts- old, dusty cartridges. The author noted that if you purchased every title currently available at ...Read More »
Tech-Gaming recently spoke with Q Entertainment representatives, about the upcoming Xbox Live Marketplace title, Rez HD. Tech-Gaming: Why remake Rez? Q-Entertainment: Rez is one of those titles with a huge following. Gamers in the U.S. ...Read More »
To make amends for the interruption of Xbox Live service that occurred in late December, Microsoft is offering a free download of the underwater shooter, Undertow. For the next five days, the game will be ...Read More »
After a few weeks of bad wii-ports and series-killers, New Releases returns with a few games worthy of consideration. Let’s move forward and try to forget early January rubbish such as NFL Tour, Kingdom Under ...Read More »
In case you’ve been wondering about the slowing of articles on tech-gaming as of late, blame our peyote/mescaline/Jolt Cola shamanistic tripping. To bring the most accurate gaming predictions for the year, we’ve had to risk ...Read More »
Nintendo was straight with us. Its Wii console may influence us to lose weight or get smarter, but it’s exclusively a game machine. It doesn’t play DVDs and with a recent firmware update, can’t even ...Read More »
Pity the ironically named Timeshift. The first person shooter released during the December game deluge allowed players to stop, slow and rewind time. If only the developers had such powers, the game could have been ...Read More »