Published on Tuesday, 14 January 2014 11:10
Written by Fred Laroche
Now that 2013 is behind us, it is time to go back on some of the gadgets that were announced or were launched last year. Alex Hillsberg from financesonline.com, has published a very interesting article about the Top Consumer Tech of 2013, the unexpected disappointments and the 2014 Game Changers in both gadgets and apps.Read more...
Published on Monday, 07 October 2013 10:48
Written by Fred Laroche
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment confirmed today that they will release on November 12 in North America and in Europe, a repack version of the game Injustice: Gods Among Us. Of course, this will be the occasion to include all the downloadable additions since its original release back in April 2013. The game and its $60 worth of DLC will be priced at $ 59.99 for the Xbox 360, PS4, PS4 and $ 49.99 for PC and PS Vita. If you're wondering, no Xbox One version is announced.
Published on Saturday, 28 September 2013 17:21
With Steve Ballmer leaving Microsoft next year, the company has to look for someone to replace him as CEO. Though there are hundreds of people vying for the job, Microsoft executives are currently in discussions with the CEO of Ford.Read more...
- Microsoft's Answer to Siri is...Cortana?
- Share Your Steam Games With Family Sharing
- Ontario Privacy Commissioner’s Back to School Advice to Youth: Never Tolerate (Cyber)Bullying
- IFA 2013: Toon Boom Promotes New Consumer App on Sony's VAIO PCs
- Microsoft confirms Windows 8.1 for October 18
- Taking A Look At Razer's Naga MMO Gaming Mouse
This list isn’t to marginalize a particular group of Gamers but rather to celebrate our differences. Also, I don’t think it’s possible to be just one type of gamer either, you can be all sorts. So enjoy my list of the “10 Types of Gamers” and let me know if I missed one or what type of gamer you are in the comments section below!
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Since everybody loves lists and since everybody also loves Titanfall, I thought it was pertinent that I combine these two equally loved things together. And since maps are one of the key ingredients in a first-person shooter, I felt that would be a good place to start: Read more
Last week Andrew Atkinson posted a great piece on the interview he and I had with Titanfall’s Lead Game Director, Steve Fukuda. I thought I would follow up with some more little bits of information we were able to gather from Mr. Fukuda detailing what’s in store for Titanfall in the future: Read more
Gamefocus recently had the chance to chat with Steve Fukuda, lead game developer for Titanfall at Respawn. Fukuda was lead designer at Infinity Ward where he was a major player in the production of the Call of Duty series up until Modern Warfare 2. Brenden Mernagh and I arranged to speak with Fukuda at the Titanfalllaunch party in Toronto. Read more
Here we are. The next generation of consoles is among us and it is finally time to start thinking about finally unplugging our beloved current-gen systems. Could there be a better swan song for one of these systems than taking a trip back to Rapture?
Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall is an impressive little bit of DLC. I should emphasize “little” though, as it is a relatively short experience. Just when the story seems to get going it ends - or, rather, it “kind of” ends.
Dragon’s Dogma was released last year on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
In the year 1981 a decision was made which would forever alter the face of video games as we know them. A young gorilla named Donkey Kong was throwing wooden barrels at a spunky little plumber named Mario. What happened next influenced the level design and gameplay of most FPS and adventure games since.
The video game press and blogosphere didn’t really know what to make of the Playstation 4 and the Xbox One when they were announced last year. Most of this confusion seemed to stem from the fact that no one really knew for sure if these next-generation video game consoles would offer the player anything new. Yes, there would be better graphics, better online functionality, a better multimedia experience, and a better controller, but would that be it?
I’ve often thought that what the animal rights movement really needs are some rocking simulations of animal life. I’m not sure Goat Simulator will offer that (I’m still downloading it), but think about this: imagine teaching a grade seven science class where you hook your students up to Oculus Rift VR sets, fix them with some haptic arm and leg bands, and send them out to join a wolf pack stalking caribou in the arctic tundra (Dire Wolf!).
Game Focus is proud to present its new podcast episode, a weekly casual talk between GameFocus staff members about the gaming industry. In this show, we talk about mostly the Xbox One and the PS4. Vince explains in details what happened when he reached Microsoft support for a problem with his Xbox One that unexpectedly died after less than 2 days of use.Read more