Monthly Archives: July 2010
Just a reminder you have until July 31st at 11:59PM Arizona time. To make your photo and donate to the lottery! More information on this Giveaway can be found here. Prizes are:
1st Prize: $50 PSN Giftcard 2nd Prize: …
People are extremely angry as am I that Capcom is adding Move support to Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition and not the original Resident Evil 5. They claim that they cannot patch the original game so that it supports Move due to technical reasons. I have a hard time believing this to be true. It just doesn’t make sense how seemingly identical games could be different enough to cause that much of a problem. It just seems like Capcom isn’t trying at all and are only doing this to make a bigger profit.
It makes absolutely no sense why the RE fans that went out and bought the game when it was first released are being snubbed over people that waited over a year. It sends a message that the people that supported their game from day one are less important, and that maybe we should all wait a year to buy games just to make sure that we don’t miss out on a better version of the game that has more options and better support. If more fans did this, companies wouldn’t have made enough money on the game to make a gold edition in the first place.
I get that video games are a multibillion dollar business and that companies make games to make money but we aren’t stupid. We have a pretty good idea when these companies are just trying to milk us and this is one of those times. I mean Capcom has been doing this to fans for years. We have all seen them milk game properties like Mega Man and Street Fighter II. At what point is enough, enough
Yes, the date is correct. We are a tad bit late when it comes to do our recaps (perhaps because we care more about gaming than writing…). Unfortunatelly I was not playing that night due to personal matters, but Sinlock was in a good mood to let me write this recap and distribute the points to the players that were having fun that night.
No more waiting. Here are the awards for the RDR Game Night, July 17th:
Sony is set to release a new firmware update for both the PlayStation 3 and PSP “shortly”. According to Eric Lempel, VP, Network Operations Americas, the upcoming PS3 firmware update 3.41 will add a new PlayStation Store recommendations features for games and videos, while the PSP firmware update will further improve the stability some titles:
See what he said after the jump.
We’re still waiting for Netflix to go disc-less, but in the meantime, the service providers have delivered on the UI improvements like they promised. To make content finding much easier, Netflix has added a quick search option to help you …