For a while, there have been quite some rumors and leaks for nVidia’s next mobile device, whether it was a new Shield gaming handheld or a new tablet. Looks like we no longer have to base it off of rumors and leaks anymore, as nVidia has announced the SHIELD Tablet.
A few months ago, Twitch.TV, an online gaming streaming website had a massive update for its iOS app, giving it a streamlined look that really shined compared to what it was before. However, Android was never mentioned on when it would get version 3.0. Instead, it got version 2.7, which fixed some bugs originally present, but still had the old look and feel.
Recently, Wii U updates have been very useful for the console, including significantly cutting load times, as well as a new quick start menu to play your recent games almost immediately. Nintendo has released yet another new update, and it might be very awesome indeed.
(NOTE: This game is currently considered ”unfinished”, so I’ll call it BETA for now. You can check out the Steam Greenlight for it here. It will open a new tab for it.)
Space. The final frontier. The place where many games have there setting based on. Also somewhere in space are tons of action (we presume), Star Wars, and Endless Reach. Endless Reach is a game in space, but it isn’t space you’ll want to- LOOK OUT!
That was close. You almost died from an intergalactic alien. You’ll want to look out for them in Endless Reach, because a lot will be coming for you.
It has been about a month since E3, and we all know Nintendo gave it there all this year, especially when it came to Super Smash Bros. They were revealing all kinds of new stuff about it, including 3 new characters, a new 3DS-exclusive mode, support for Amiibo (Skylanders-link figures of Nintendo characters) and even the release date for the 3DS version, which is October 3rd. However, as we get closer and closer to the release of the 3DS version, it seems Nintendo wants to keep hyping us up for more and more.
Our last post has quite a lot of new information surrounding J-Gaming, with the new inclusion for J-Games. J-Games is a new open game library with games available on J-Gaming. While we only have 2 games coming soon, You can submit your game to be featured on here as well.
J-Gaming is now a few months old. In between that time, we have written over 175 posts, over 20 of which are reviews. We have partnered up with another gaming news website titled The X Blog, with similar content to us but on a PC- only news format with Top lists as well. J-Gaming has grown, but I didn’t think it’d grown this fast. We have been thinking about what would make J-Gaming better, and we might have found what it could be.
In Shovel Knight, you play as a knight, with a shovel. Right from the start, this is already an exciting new gameplay mechanic where you fight and attack with a shovel, as a knight. However, that isn’t all. The game itself has an 8-Bit like retro feel, and it oddly fits in great with the theme. The controls are also top-notch, feeling very solid and just great to handle.
Google has announced the next version of Android. Currently titled Android L, it is meant to change almost everything about Android to look better, faster, and even more useful.
Exactly one year ago, on June 25th, 2013, the OUYA was released to retail stores. When it first launched, the way on how it started wasn’t perfect. Even though most of the launch titles were great, it was criticized for bugs and lag, controller bugs and problems, and it didn’t feel like a finished console overall. However, fast forward to today, and the OUYA is in great shape.