Posts tagged ‘ps4’

November 20, 2013

Resogun and how I caught the ADD

Sony has now mandated that online play on the Playstation 4 requires a $50/year PS+ subscription. And while that’s certainly a step back from the PS3, we are complimented with a handful of free games right at launch to go along with the subscription. The only one I’ve played so far is the acclaimed Resogun, and it has earned every bit of praise it has so far received. So much so that I’ve made time for a

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November 19, 2013

Playstation 4, Battlefield 4, and the joys of launch problems…

I got home last Friday and began moving my Xbox 360 into the bedroom; I had to make room for a package that was coming later that evening.  And thus, while I enjoyed some Sweetwater IPAs, a knock came at the door and UPS delivered me the long awaited Playstation 4.  Set up came easy, and before long I was online, downloading the

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November 6, 2013

Next Gen and the Things To Come

A short one today folks.  I’ve got preorders ready for both the PS4 and the Xbox One, and a slew of games I’ll have as a backlog for weeks.  This is made all the more exciting because my first preordered next gen game is none other than the infamous Call of Duty: Ghosts.  Much maligned by many online gamers, beloved by others speaking with their wallets, I’ve been a long time CoD fan from the

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January 27, 2012

Used Games: The Great Debate

By JSixGun

There is an enormous discussion taking place in the gaming world right now, and that discussion is zeroing in on the role used games play in the market; both for the consumer and the developer. It really hit a crescendo this week when purported news of the “Next-Box” came out claiming that Microsoft was looking into blocking used games, or at the very least inhibiting them. Now let me be clear from the very beginning, in most cases I feel politics has no use in gaming blogs, and political bloviating from both sides can be found plastered on the internet in a

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