I love punk rock and I love retro gaming, so when I heard about Punk Goes 8-Bit’s new album, I was quick to download it. Basically, he’s converted 12 punk rock songs into 8-bit high quality MP3 versions of themselves. There’s a variety of songs to
It’s seems to be a popular idea these days to recreate movies as 8 or 16-bit games. I’m a big fan of these and the latest Iron Man 3 16-bit gameplay version doesn’t disappoint. The speedrun footage quickly cuts through the mess that was Iron Man 3
A new video on Cinefix’s Youtube channel has the Dark Knight movie, aptly converted into an 8-bit masterpiece. It’s played out as levels of a retro game, showing us the main scenes of the movie compacted into a video that’s just over 3 mintues long.
The STEM System has blown past it’s minimum funding requirements needed for development. This latest innovation into the VR world has a lot of potential, and appeals to gamers who want the most immersive VR experiene possible.
Free to play gaming is a big deal on PC and will be making a big splash on next gen consoles. But all is not lost for current gen gaming, as their are some pretty good free to play games for PS3, that are available to download.
A new Game of Thrones game has been released and this time it’s in glorious 8-bit. Though Game of Thrones is the best series on TV, the games haven’t faired so well. This little nugget of gold from developer Abel Alves is actually quite fun to play.
There hasn’t been much in the way of news since the announcement of Attack on Titan receiving a 3DS game, but we’ve finally been spoiled with a bit more news thanks to the October issue of Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine
So one of my all-time favorite anime’s now has a fan-made game. Some awesome developer has put an Attack on Titan game together using the Unity Engine. The game is clearly still in beta but it’s exciting to have something to mess around with, and it’s pretty challenging too.
If you’re finally ready to make a change and try something new, there are plenty of decent music/media players free to download online with great feature sets. I’ve read a number of Top 5 and Top 10 lists on the best lightweight music players
Are there still people using Second Life? Yes there are, if you know where to look. The virtual world craze has died down over the last few years but if you’re late to the party, you can still have some fun on sites like Second Life. Social sites like Facebook allow you to chat with […]
My favorite action anime this year is a new series called Attack on Titan. Based on the manga series Shingeki no Kyojin, it’s inspiring visuals and deep compelling story makes for an addictive series that’s gained a large following in a short time.
Atlas is on it’s way and will bring an affordable holodeck into our living rooms. Star Trek fans should be overjoyed to hear that we can finally step into and explore our fantasy worlds. VR is stepping up in a big way and this Kickstarter project will allow gamers to
Leap Motion is a motion sensing device that takes what the Kinect attempted to do on Xbox 360, but refined it for use in a variety of other areas. This miniature device allows for touchless control of your computer by sensing motions made above it with a
Disney’s Aireal is the latest addition to the ever-growing virtual reality family. This device will attempt to bridge the gap between what we see onscreen and what we feel in real life. With the use of the Aireal, we’ll be able to receive haptic feedback from virtual objects, and it’s pretty impressive to see.
Tactical Haptics is a company founded by Professor William Provancher earlier this year. They hope to bring their own version of haptic feedback, called Reactive Grip, to the market. Early viewings of this technology show a lot of potential, but I’m especially interested