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Super Smash Bros.: Now Available On Calculators?

Nov 23, 14 Super Smash Bros.: Now Available On Calculators?

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming, Technology

As Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. for Wii U hits the stores, one resourceful genius has found a way to help entertain bored students or offices workers who can’t smuggle a 3DS or Wii U into their place of work or study. Super Smash Bros. is now available on calculators.

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PS4 Vs. Xbox One: Is One Better Than The Other?

Nov 22, 14 PS4 Vs. Xbox One: Is One Better Than The Other?

Posted by in Gaming, Technology

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the launch of Microsoft’s eighth-generation Xbox One, and Sony celebrated the one-year anniversary of its PlayStation 4 on Nov. 15. Now that both consoles have been available for one year, we’re here to look at which is the better buy.

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The (Incredible) Art Of Destiny – A Review

Nov 16, 14 The (Incredible) Art Of Destiny – A Review

Posted by in Gaming, Miracles Of The Modern

Insight Editions is set to release a new product line based on the Destiny video game franchise by Bungie and Activision. These will include a poster collection, a hardcover blank journal, and The Art of Destiny, which will feature not only incredible artwork, but also a look into how the game came together visually. Insight Editions was even so kind as to provide redOrbit with review copies.

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Dragon Age: Inquisition Review

Nov 11, 14 Dragon Age: Inquisition Review

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming

BioWare's about to drop its mic and walk off stage. Or whatever the equivalent of concluding an amazing performance might be for game developers. Maybe click "Shut Down" on a computer with an especially forceful strike of an index finger and then spin around on an office chair.

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Advances In Art Within Gaming

Nov 10, 14 Advances In Art Within Gaming

Posted by in Gamer's Corner, Gaming, Technology

While it can be true when looking at older games, such as many of the old 8-bit classics, that it can be hard to see them as art, thanks to modern technology and advances in graphical abilities and processor power, the games of today are truly glorious to behold.

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Reliving The Classics Of Gaming

As much as I adore modern video games, there are always days in which I look back and wish I could play some of those classic games I always loved to play as a kid. Well thanks to the Internet Archive, which last year launched a section on their site called the Console Living Room and just recently launched the Internet Arcade, I can.

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Top 5 Scariest Games To Play On Halloween

Oct 31, 14 Top 5 Scariest Games To Play On Halloween

Posted by in Gaming, Seasonal

Halloween is here, but we don’t need an excuse to play some freakishly scary games alone in the dark at night. There’s plenty of awesome, chill-inducing titles out there, so it’s hard to choose just five, but below are the scariest video games we’ve ever played.

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Civilization: Beyond Earth Review – An Excellent Ride That Doesn’t Quite Get You To Alpha Centauri

Oct 25, 14 Civilization: Beyond Earth Review – An Excellent Ride That Doesn’t Quite Get You To Alpha Centauri

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As a long-time fanatic of the Civilization series, winning a science victory has always seemed like the least satisfying ending to me. After thousands of years expanding across the globe, writing the history of humankind and clashing with other civilizations, you build the greatest technological feat the species has ever known.

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Borderlands The Pre-Sequel Review

Oct 16, 14 Borderlands The Pre-Sequel Review

Posted by in Gaming

Often with big game franchises game-makers take a pause between hefty, numbered games to take the time to do something new and innovative (or at least larger) with the next installment. During this time, developers farm out the franchise to sub-studios to produce a stop-gap game. Something that isn't quite a sequel, but that can to tide you over. A pre-sequel.

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Microsoft Running Xbox One Games In A Browser

Sep 18, 14 Microsoft Running Xbox One Games In A Browser

Posted by in Gaming, Technology

Microsoft is using the power of the cloud to run Xbox One games inside of standard Web browsers, including its own Internet Explorer as well as Chrome, Neowin reported. The move would shift focus away from the company's console hardware, but also opens up questions of whether the Xbox One will soon offer backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 games.

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