On September 20th, 2007, a little-known company released an eponymous slot-car racer to little fanfare. The game was a nominal diversion that could be remembered for its simplicity- players moved a small car left and ...Read More »
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Children should bask in the glory of this week’s new releases. Between a little league title, and the appearance of both the Cheetah Girls and Hanna Montana, publishers seem to be seeking the disposable income ...Read More »
Today’s correspondence comes courtesy of reader Knicksfan: Hey Tech-Gaming, I recently got a few boxes out of storage after my wife and I moved. I found my old NES and about 40 cartridges. I hooked ...Read More »
When Grand Theft Auto 4 was released this past April without the typical outcry of the mainstream press, we were pleasantly surprised. We thought that they finally understood the GTA franchise, and its significance as ...Read More »
“Uh, player one, can you focus that laser on those pesky red things?” Backbone Entertainment’s 1942: Joint Strike is an update to the WWII themed, vertically scrolling ...Read More »
One of the greatest disappointments of the current video and computer market is the lack of compelling software for children. While a few standouts exists such as Nintendo’s Brain Age line, or the Lego Star ...Read More »
This week hardened fighting veterans Mitsurugi, Taki and Raphael return, while handheld console owners must fight off software hunger pangs. Additionally, critically acclaimed bobbleheads revisit consoles with their feature-rich baseball game. 360 Soul Caliber IV ...Read More »
Pictured: E3 Opening, Circa 2006. Not Pictured: Attendees carrying six bags of ‘nerd-loot’. As anyone who has ever attended the Electronic Entertainment Expo knows, swag is ubiquitous at E3. From keychains, ...Read More »
Since the launch of the Xbox 360, we’ve been yearning for a wholly strategic title. While a few Xbox Live arcade titles, have amusing us for a week or two, they haven’t scratched the itch, ...Read More »
Not pictured: Our Sixaxis; because a black controller on black bag is too tactical. For many gamers, finding the optimal seating object can be an exercise in frustration. While the couch ...Read More »