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2014 has had a few DLC controversies. Fans were outraged in September when they found out some of Destiny’s Season Pass DLC was already on the game’s disc and that each DLC pack would cost $19.99. That wasn’t the first Continue Reading →
A new generation of Super Smash Bros is finally here. The 3DS version of Smash Bros released in October and while it was a nice appetizer, everyone expects more of the Wii U version. With six years worth of waiting Continue Reading →
The Devil’s Third, developed by former Ninja Gaiden developer Tomonobu Itagaki, is progressing nicely. Itagaki revealed on Facebook yesterday that they’ve even put the finishing touches on the game’s final cutscene. The game will launch as a Wii U exclusive, Continue Reading →
eBay’s official Black Friday ad contains some amazing deals for gamers. They’ll be selling the standard PS4 SKU for $329.99, $70 off. The Xbox One Assassin’s Creed non-Kinect bundle will be $329 as well. A 4GB Xbox 360 with Peggle Continue Reading →
While it isn’t official, VGChartz is reporting that the PS4 has passed 5 million units sold in the US. They claim the system has reached 14.4 million units sold globally ahead of Thanksgiving. That would be a pretty big milestone Continue Reading →
Microsoft has been sending out surveys to consumers, asking how satisfied they are with their Xbox One systems. It doesn’t stop there, they’re actually quite interested in how users feel about the PS4 systems. Perhaps they’re doing some research into Continue Reading →
GameStop President Tony Bartel isn’t happy with the rise of digital games on Xbox One and PS4, especially how both companies are bundling digital copies of games with their hardware. This influences consumers to buy games digitally, giving no cut Continue Reading →