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Gaming News: 3/9/13

Professor Layton MangaJet called it in a tweet last week: I think we doomed SimCity.

After the game was released it was plagued with issues concerning connectivity, gameplay performance, and more. After talking highly of the series and it’s future on the last Bosscast I am more than upset the game has stumbled right out of the gate.

In other news, there are some games on sale you can swipe if you’re fast. And apparently there’s a Professor Layton manga I can must spend all of my money importing. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on 03/09/2013 in News


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The Recurring Bosscast: 010 – Doing Crossword Puzzles

Episode 010 LogoDamn, 10 episodes already! I honestly can’t believe it’s been that many.

Anyway the Bosscast topic of the week is all things SimCity! Mat, Jett, and I dive deep into the back catalog of Sim games, retelling our stories of developing towns, destroying them by Godzilla, and listening to some epic chiptunes.

Also this week Jett and I were lame but Mat played some excellent new titles, including Crysis 3 and Saints Row: The Third.

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Posted by on 03/05/2013 in Recurring Bosscast


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Top Ten Games To Watch For In 2013

Animal Crossing New Leaf LogoEvery year brings new innovations to the medium, new games to get us excited, sad, frightened, or happy, and new games to look forward to. 2013 will possibly see the release, or at the very least see the announcement, of brand new consoles from Sony and Microsoft. That means 2013 could be the last year in the current generation of games. With the burden of an entire generation on it’s shoulders, as well as next generation systems already released by Nintendo, 2013 could be one of the better years in gaming. While there will be dozens of games adored and loved by gamers this year, here are 10 titles that I’m particularly excited to see and play. Each of these games range in target audience, platform, genre, and concept, but all of them are shaping up to be future best sellers, award winners, and possible candidates for truly memorable and classic video games. Read the rest of this entry »


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