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Sony Shamed By Minecraft

Well everybody, it’s finally happened! If you follow me at all, you know I absolutely love my Minecraft. Don’t believe me? Check out my full review of the Minecraft: Switch edition here. The Minecraft Bedrock Edition Update dropped for Switch! It actually dropped sometime between 10pm MDT (6-20-2018) and 1am MDT (6-21-2018). I can’t recall the time exactly, because I was playing ...

YouTube Spotlight: Xbox One vs Nintendo 64

I remember a time when YouTube was in its humble infancy. It has been interesting to watch the video-sharing site go from there to its current status of the single most popular video-sharing site on the web. If you’re like me, you’re a YouTube regular, using it to watch everything from the latest in-the-millions-of-views baby videos to the most specific and niche Nintendo fan videos ou...

Nintendo, E3, and The Competition

Although today is the official start of E3, yesterday was pretty revealing. By now, you surely know that the Xbox One will retail for a whopping $499 and will launch on November 21st in various markets.  They blasted us with game after game after game during their presentation, however it was fairly predictable in nature.  The always on requirement was confirmed (Must connect once every 24 hour pe...

Wii U Sales Increase 875% In UK after Xbox One Reveal

I don’t normally post two articles so close together, however when I saw this news I was intrigued and thought it would make for a great weekend discussion. It seems that since the Xbox One reveal, Wii U sales in the UK have blown up!  Before the reveal, the Wii U was ranked at about #390 on Amazon’s PC & Gaming Best sellers list.  After the launch, it quickly rose to #48 and incre...

Wii U, Xbox One, and PS4

Yesterday’s Xbox one reveal (Click here to see my report on the reveal) was pretty fantastic, compared to the PS4’s lackluster announcement.  We were able to see actual game play for Call of Duty Ghosts, quite a few additional features, and an actual console (although it sort of reminds me of an updated CDI in appearance).  But how do the three compare to each other from a tech standpo...

So, apparently EA says it is still developing games for the Wii U

After last week’s surprising comments from Electronic Arts spokesperson Jeff Brown about the company not having any titles in development for the Wii U, many current owners of Nintendo’s latest console were none too pleased about their sentiments. Some analysts and critics labeled this as the Wii U’s “Dreamcast” moment, in which it would be the first domino to fall in...

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