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Giveaway: Catlateral Damage - and enter to win a PS4!

512d ago ... [i]From Cat, With Love[/i] Cats are a-holes* and now there’s a game about it. Today ten of you you can win a $10** Amazon gift card to buy into the Catlateral Damage Kickstarter and secure your DRM-free digital copy of the game on PC, Mac, or Linux (and Steam/OUYA keys) when it releases later this year. Includes full game soundtrack.

The True Value of VR

616d ago ... Over the past few years, something that was seen as a joke, as a flop (Virtual Boy) a mere decade ago has become a very feasible reality. I'm talking about Virtual Reality. When Occulus Rift launched its Kickstarter, it certainly got a lot of attention. However, I can't speak for you, but I doubted it would become anything significant (see: Ouya). But I was wrong. Occulus Rift has not only begu...

8th Generation - The Generation of Blood

908d ago ... Looking back, the 7th Gen of gaming was fairly tame. No one actually "lost". Wii, PS3, 360, DS, and PSP each carved out a respectable market, and a few of these (like the PS3 and 360) are still getting big-name releases. Sure, there were times of drought. Sure, there were moments when a console got bruised (like RRoD, or the PSN hack), but no one failed outright. It was the first time that had...

N4G hates the OUYA

1017d ago ... You might think thats a weird title, but I've observed it to be true. An article was posted recently listing 500 or so games that are in development for the OUYA. I of course went to the comment section to see what people thought. Well the consensus was in and it was Casual. A Casual console with Casual games for Casual consumers. Nothing but ports of phone games and shovelware garbage. I f...

OUYA: Dead on arrival

1232d ago ... From my Wordpress blog: The game industry is currently abuzz with the Kickstarter success of OUYA, “a new kind of video game console” as described by its creators. It reminds me a lot of how Apple started out in the early days – rebels in the world of Orwellian corporations. What it fails to do in my eyes, however, is convince...
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