When SCEA’s Lair was released last September, the title was pummeled mercilessly by critics. Total Video Games called the sixaxis controls, “unwieldy” and “unresponsive“, while GameSpy said, “the execution is…terminally flawed in almost every way.” ...Read More »
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Although ignored by many gaming sites and bloggers, Miss Bimbo is creating quite a stir in the mainstream press. Combining the pet maintenance routine of a Tamagotchi toy, with the faux-girl power attitude of the ...Read More »
This week brings a portable soccer game named after the Beatles, a game for plushophiles and not much else. SNK Arcade Classics, an eagerly awaited (at least here at Tech-Gaming) compilation of sixteen older NEOGEO ...Read More »
In past articles, we examined some of the unscrupulous tactics of the Xbox Live Marketplace and the Playstation store. From charging gamers to unlock content already on the disk to having downloadable content conveniently ready ...Read More »
Many voices in the blogosphere are complaining over EA’s recent decision to sell additional weapons to the upcoming multiplayer title, Battlefield: Bad Company. Rightfully so, as they seem to be strong-arming consumers to purchase the ...Read More »
Let’s see- $59.99-$15.00=$49.99 ?!?! Let’s hope those Firedog guys that are responsible for fixing your beloved PC are not the same ones who created this troubling ad. The Call of Duty 4 price isn’t exceptional ...Read More »
Congratulations to Tech-Gaming subscribers Jacob and Dirt McHurt, who will be both be receiving a copy of The Club for the Xbox 360, along with a very fashionable t-shirt. We’d like to thank all who ...Read More »
We wish we were pulling our readers collective leg, when we state that there will only be four new releases this week. With the exception of Grand Theft Auto IV on the 29th, April could ...Read More »
Much like it’s counterpart in television and film, a video game franchise will be rehashed until it no longer becomes economically viable. Each new sequel, series or installment offers a calculated package of retaining a ...Read More »
Pity the Sega Master System; after leaving a healthy life in the land of the rising sun, the console was released in the U.S. in 1986 to compete with the NES. Poor marketing by Tonka, ...Read More »