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Is The PS Vita Picking Up Steam In Japan?

Is The PS Vita Picking Up Steam In Japan? It’s no secret that the PS Vita has struggled for a bit. With a high price point and a low amount of games available for it at launch, it’s been a bit of a disappointment, despite the fact that it’s a pretty powerful little machine. However, it appears that things might finally be looking...
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Black Ops 2 Getting Microtransactions Added To The Mix

Black Ops 2 Getting Microtransactions Added To The Mix There area few types of microtransactions in games out there these days, but really, there are two that stand out.  The first kind is cosmetic, where for a buck or two you can get yourself some new skins or some awesome avatar for your profile. The other kind, sadly, is the game altering type, where for a...
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Maxis Insider Claims That SimCity Can, Indeed, Run Without A Server

Maxis Insider Claims That SimCity Can, Indeed, Run Without A Server It’s been a week since SimCity came out and started crashing servers all over the place, and what a week it has been! But you can’t blame EA for making the game online-only, right? After all, according to EA representatives the game offloads a “significant amount of the calculations”...
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Review – Thermaltake Level 10 M Mouse

Review – Thermaltake Level 10 M Mouse A few years ago, Thermaltake made waves when they teamed up with BMW for their Level 10 case. With completely separate chambers for your motherboard, power supply, hard drives, and optical drives, it was something that the world had never really seen. They ended up expanding their “Level” series by...
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EA Thinks The Worst Of SimCity’s Problems Are Nearly Behind Them

EA Thinks The Worst Of SimCity’s Problems Are Nearly Behind Them Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last week then you know that EA’s latest game SimCity has had more than it’s fair share of problems. Because of the always-on requirement for the game the few servers available were quickly overloaded and people started dropping left and...
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Tomb Raider Patch Fixes NVIDIA Issues

Tomb Raider Patch Fixes NVIDIA Issues When Tomb Raider was released last week for PS3, Xbox 360, and the PC it quickly became apparent that the PC version was having some issues. Thanks to some issues with NVIDIA graphics drivers the game tended to crash a lot. Of course, that issue was small potatoes compared to SimCity’s problems, but...
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SimCity Offline “Just Not Possible” According To Maxis

SimCity Offline “Just Not Possible” According To Maxis There’s been a bit of a disturbing trend in the last few years. Games from big companies are having their single player forced online, all because games are “too sophisticated” and are so closely integrated with online multiplayer that offline single player is no longer an option....
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EA Is Offering A Free Game To SimCity Players

EA Is Offering A Free Game To SimCity Players With all the problems EA has been having with SimCity this past week, it’s pretty obvious that the launch has been a bit of a disaster. Long server wait times, and even drops from the game have made what is honestly a good game nigh unplayable. What can EA do to fix this problem? Most companies would...
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