Category Archives: PS Vita

Top 10 Best Video Games of 2014

Top 10 Games of 2014

Games HQ Media has a list of the top 10 best video games of 2014. They roll out a list of the games via an easy-to-digest video that you can check out and agree or disagree with as you see fit. I’m not going to waste a lot of words; I’ll let you get right to it. Continue reading



‘Minutes’ Fuses Action Gameplay And Puzzle-Solving

Minutes

PS Vita owners (yeah they still exist) and PS4 gamers are about to receive a new game from Red Phantom Games called Minutes. The game is a top-down action-puzzle title that sees players having to utilize quick-wits and fast thinking as they dodge, contract, expand and envelop to score points, stay alive and win the game. Continue reading

MotoGP 14 Teaser Trailer Arrives For PS3, PS4 And Xbox 360

MotoGP 14

I used to think that only Nintendo and the Wii U was on the receiving end of being ostracized by the publishers and ousted from the inner circles of the publishers’ platform ring. However, it appears as if Nintendo’s little console won’t be sitting in the outsider’s circle all by its lonesome, because the Xbox One is quickly catching up as the console to be treated like a pariah by some publishers… namely, Bandai Namco and the upcoming MotoGP 14 outing. Continue reading

DDoS Attacks On PSN, Xbox Live, Battle.net Becomes National Security Measure For FBI

FBI

The attacks taking place over the weekend against online services such as Blizzard’s Battle.net games, Sony’s PlayStation Network and Microsoft’s Xbox Live, has gone from simple hactivist gamer group frustrating the community to a full blown national security measure, especially after threats against a passenger flight carrying Sony Online Entertainment’s president became a focal point for the hacking group’s efforts. Continue reading

DDoS Attacks Bring Down PSN; Here’s How You Can Play Single-Player Games Offline

Metro Last Light

It seems as if the crowd of nefarious mischief makers are out in full force this weekend, first attacking Phil Fish and Polytron; then bringing down the IndieGoGo campaign for The Fine Young Capitalists; and finally sending DDoS attacks on a variety of companies, including Sony’s PlayStation Network service. Most of these attacks are conducted by several different groups, but for gamers this could mean not having access to the games you paid for, especially on the PS4. Well, thankfully there’s a simple fix for playing your single-player games in offline mode. Continue reading

Hotline Miami 2 Leaks Early With Gameplay Footage, Screenshots

Hotline Miami 2

It looks like the counter-culture plebs over on 4Chan’s /v/ have come through. The darkside of the internet oftentimes called the digital cesspool of fetid brain cells and wasted potential – also known as the place where the good parts of the human soul goes to die – has pulled out a newsworthy piece of awesome that’s been shared courtesy of a fellow reader. One of the members of 4Chan managed to stream Hotline Miami 2, and another member recorded some of the gameplay tidbits so gamers get to bask in the awesomeness of the game’s soundtrack and gameplay, shortly before the game becomes available for everyone else at all the usual places. Bask in the awesomeness, please. Continue reading