Gaming

The Sims 4 Adds Free Star Wars Costumes

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Video Game Roundtable Episode 197: Ello, Facebook – This week’s episode has a lot of tangential videogame news, but the discussions turn in interesting directions. No Gaming Flashback or Gaming History unfortunately. The news includes:Microsoft announces Windows 10, Ms Pac-Man joins the fight against breast cancer, Facebook apologizes to LGBTQ users plans “substantive changes”, PS […]

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Video: Xbox/Lambo/B&GC Celebrate “Kids Into Car Lovers Day”

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Xbox partnered with Boys & Girls Club of Santa Monica, Lamborghini and Hot Wheels to throw a party/competition celebrating the launch of the new “Forza Horizon 2” game. At the event, dubbed “Kids Into Car Lovers Day,” hundreds of kids had the chance to participate in car design challenges, including a contest for the most […]

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Windows 9 Will Be Revealed Next Week

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Video Game Roundtable Episode 196: Mammoths With Hats The publication of this episode is a little late thanks to uncontrollable circumstances, but while Paul discusses the ending of Slicing Fractions, this week’s episode includes both a Gaming Flashback, Scramble, and a Gaming History which focuses on the Zelda series. This week’s news includes: Apple fans […]

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Lollipop Chainsaw and Onechanbara Bikini Samurai Squad: Bikini Babes, Flying Body Parts and The Undead.

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Bikini babes, flying body parts and the undead. These older games can be hours of hack and slash fun for very little money. As the gaming community grows beyond teen age boys and men living in their mothers basement, there is more call by gamers for titles that represent women beyond the large boobed back drop […]

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Farewell GameStooge.com

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I was just informed thatGameStooge.com will be shut down to free up space for 2old2play, which brings to a close seven years of gaming news and reviews at this site. In the past year, news and content had slowed til just the Videogame Roundtable podcast was being posted – not to fear, the podcast is safe, […]

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MSI’s new GS60 Ghost Laptop Hits all the Right Notes – Now in Gold

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There are a few laptops out there that offer a truly high performance machine with a sleek design and low weight.  Razer did a good job with their Blade laptops but they start at a whopping $2200 and approach $2699.  That price makes it inaccessible to many.  Even though the MSI GS60 Ghost Gold Edition […]

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Wargaming.net League Season Four Gold Series is Live! On Twitch Now

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Wargaming today announced the Wargaming.net League Season Four Gold Series Finals, taking place on August 30 at the Showbox SoDo in Seattle, Washington, where North America’s top World of Tanks teams will compete for the $83,000 prize pool and the title for top team in that region. The Season Four Finals will feature a series […]

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My Top 8 Male Video Game Protagonists

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Holding a Special Place in our Hearts: Ratchet & Clank, Mario, de Blob, Kirby, Fox McCloud, Pit, Wander, Pac-Man, Chris Redfield 8. (tie) Kratos (God of War) The God of War series may be, at its heart, a hack’n slash, but the story of Kratos is pretty gut wrenching. He vows to serve Ares if he […]

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NHL 15 will be Missing Some Features on Xbox One and PS4

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VGRT Episode 192: Longtime Listener - The podcast is back, albeit on a Saturday instead of the usual Friday. No Gaming Flashback or Gaming History, but a good chunk of news, though some of it only tenuously connected to videogaming. The news this week includes: T-Mobile now offers app that unlocks your smartphone, Analyst: Downloadable titles […]

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Post Game Wrap-up: Mega Man X / X2 / X3

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As much as I love writing these Post Game Wrap-ups, when I started playing the Mega Man X Collection on the Gamecube, I just couldn’t justify doing three different posts for the first three games, even though it would have given me a week or two worth of fodder. I’ve decided to, instead, break down […]

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Thoughts on the Next Legend of Zelda

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There has been quite a bit of buzz regarding Nintendo’s next Legend of Zelda game, coming to the WiiU in 2015, since this year’s E3 trailer gave us a first look at the title. After the trailer debuted, Eiji Aonuma made it a point to refer to the size and scope of the game, referring to […]

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Video Games as a Bonding Experience

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Let’s face it. There is still a large group of people, possibly even the majority of people, that, when hearing that we as adults still play and enjoy video games, dismiss us as if we are being infantile or childish in our interests. Despite the vast adult audience that exists now, many having grown up […]

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Warner Bros. Nabs Space Invaders Film Rights

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The Gaming Podcast is back after three weeks of a forced hiatus as one former host has left the podcast for good. Otherwise, some of the news items are old, some are new, in this long episode. There’s no Gaming Flashback or Gaming History, but plenty of news, including: Activision won’t launch an EA Access-style […]

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Noriega Suing Activision Over Depiction in Call of Duty (Podcast)

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VGRT Episode 190: Dan-tastic: Paul Nowak is on hiatus from the podcast, but former podcaster Dan Quick is stepping in to fill his shoes. This week’s Gaming Flashback is the expansion Diablo II: Lord of Destruction. As for the news: Noriega suing Activision over depiction in Call of Duty, The Sims 2 players get expansion-stuffed […]

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In Defense of Hacking Video Games

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Mario Kart 8, for Nintendo’s WiiU, has reportedly been hacked. Shit. Okay, let’s back up just a bit. According to the linked story above, the video game has been hacked in a very rudimentary fashion, not in a way that could be used to break online play. Also, according to the poster of the video featured […]

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Original Sin Developer Turned Off Global Chat to Silence Trolls

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VGRT Episode 189: Gi-Blow – This week’s podcast finally reveals the winner of the E3 Swag Bag. The episode is packed full of show, including a Gaming Flashback about Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and the Gaming History celebrating Donkey Kong‘s 33rd birthday. The news includes: Another EA exec explains why mobile Dungeon Keeper suffered, […]

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