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Capcom Announces Release Dates and New Modes for Strider Reboot

Capcom has announced when fans can expect to get their hands on the upcoming Strider reboot (coming first to PSN and everything else a day later).  On top of the release dates and price points for the various platforms, the gaming company has also detailed some of the new game modes coming with it.  Come inside for all the details!

Pac-Man Museum Release Date Announced

The beloved gaming character Pac-Man is getting a brand new collection of his games into one tidy package downloadable on the PSN and XBLA with Pac-Man Museum.  Now Namco have revealed exactly when retro-loving gamers can get their hands on it, as well as a FREE version of Ms. Pac-Man to boot.  Come inside for all the details! 

Nintendo is Bringing DS Games to the Wii U Virtual Console

Let's face some facts here, the Wii U isn't doing so hot, and Nintendo is looking to change that.  During an investor's meeting last night they outlined some of their upcoming plans to fix things, one of which includes giving the Nintendo faithful something they've been looking for; DS games on the system's Virtual Console.

TT Games Launches LEGO Star Wars: Microfighters on iOS Devices Today

This morning, Warner Bros. Interactive and TT Games (the developers behind all things LEGO), announced the release of LEGO Star Wars: Microfighters; a brand new top down shooter available for the iOS systems.  Come inside to learn more about the new game, and see some screens from it.  

Super League Football Tables Coming to Zen Pinball

Zen Studios, the guys behind the awesome Pinball FX 2, and the variety of tables offered (including Marvel and Star Wars) are back at it again, but this time for Football (soccer for us here in the States) fans who want to get in on the action.  New official tables and ways to play are coming for vitual pinball wizards.  Come inside to check them out!

Edge of Reality Sets Release Date for Loadout

Edge of Reality has been hard at work on a new free to play shooter, Loadout, that will allow gamers "billions" of options with which to configure your weapons in exactly the way you want.  The goal here being to provide a unique and over the top shooter experience, and now they're ready to unleash it on the masses as they've announced a release date for the game. 

Gaming Indie Beat: A Game that Wants to Teach you Coding...

Having seen some awesome results (so far) from our own KickStarter launch yesterday, it's only fair to spread the word about other cool projects.  Algo-Bot is a new game that seeks to teach you how to code all while having fun in a video game format.  Come inside for more details on the game, and how you can help support it!

Naughty Dog Confirms Valentine’s Release Date for The Last of Us...

Yesterday, a banner ad up on the PlayStation Network was promoting the upcoming story-based DLC for Naughty Dog's incredible The Last of Us.  The surprising thing was, however, that the banner seemingly revealed when exactly the expansion would be available.  While the ad was taken down quickly, gamers took notice, and now Naughty Dog has confirmed the truth of it.  The Last of Us: Left Behind will be available on February 14th.  

9 Classic PS2 Games That Need to Show Up on PlayStation...

Earlier this week during CES 2014, Sony announced their brand new video game streaming service, PlayStation Now.  The service is designed to act as a 'Netflix' of gaming wherein gamers can stream older PlayStation titles to their current systems, tablets, and even TVs.  While the service will start with only PS3 games Sony promises the library will eventually pull from all previous PlayStation systems.  The primary concern most gamers have now, however, is which games will fill out the service's library.  Today I take a look backwards at some of the most enjoyable PlayStation 2 titles that needed to be included on Now

What ‘PlayStation Now’ Needs To Offer

PlayStation Now is the new streaming service offered by Sony to streamline games digitally. The service utilizes Gaikai to stream games to any device at any time. Of course it offers other features, but Sony has yet to dive into them just yet. We do know two things, it will have a subscription and it will have rentals. With that being the focus, there are a few things Sony needs to offer gamers in order to become the Netflix of gaming.

It Is What It Is, with The Jackass! Episode 238: BARBARIC!

It’s another episode of It Is What It Is, and B.C. is talking to The Barbarian This week on IiWiIJA, B.C. is joined by his...