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Patent Hints at Possible PlayStation 3.5

PS3.5 PatentIt’s been recently revealed that back in August, Sony filed a patent for a new external processor unit which could conceivably be used with the PlayStation 3, possibly bumping up the system’s processing power, making it more akin to a PlayStation 3.5 than either a PS3 or PS4. In fact the patent went so far as to specify that multiple external processors could be used in tandem for truly dynamic power.

PS3 Mass Effect 2 to Feature Huge Upgrade Over 360 Version

We PlayStation gamers have had to patiently wait for nearly a year now for the chance to play Mass Effect 2 (which still beats not getting it at all, a fact that still sadly exists with the original Mass Effect, which Microsoft still owns the publishing rights to), but it appears that wait will be more than worth it.

Playstation 4 Graphics Engine

Crytek Already Preparing for PlayStation 4's Launch

If you know anything about PC gaming, you've probably heard of Crytek, the envelope pushing company that busted out a game so graphically intense in Crysis that most computers spontaneously combusted upon trying to run it. The intense hardware requirements of the game resulted in underwhelming sales upon its initial release, though the game has sold over 1.5 million copies to date now, 18 months after its release, as more and more PC gamers finally acquire the capability to simply run it.

iPad Outpacing the PS3 on Kids’ Wishlists


IPad Gaming

It seems even young kids aren’t immune to the ever-growing hype surrounding Apple and its products, as Apple’s tablet PC, the iPad, has topped their wishlists heading into the final month of 2010. Among 6-12 year olds, the iPad appeared on 31% of wishlists, according to Nielson, who conducted the survey, while it also topped the PS3 among gamers 13 and up, though it appeared on just 18% of their wishlists.

No Link Found Between Aggression and Violent Gaming



Australia has for years been home to some of the most stringent censorship rules when it comes to adult gaming, forcing many releases in the country to undergo changes before being granted release in the region. This makes it all the more noteworthy that it was the Australian government itself, in conducting an investigation into the aggression forming tendencies of gaming, that concluded that there is no known link between aggression and violent gaming.

Fallout - New Vegas Review

Developer – Obsidian
Release Date – October 19, 2010 (North America), October 22, 2010 (Europe)
Platform – PlayStation 3/PC/X360
Genre – Action/RPG

When Bethesda decided to hand the reins of their popular Fallout franchise to developer Obsidian for the next instalment in the series, New Vegas, many fans groaned. Obsidian is a developer with a respectable track record, but one that consists almost entirely of creating inferior products on the coattails of greatness.

2010 Spike Video Game Awards Recap

Spike Video Game Awards

As is becoming more and more of an annual tradition, the recent 2010 Spike Video Game Awards produced one of gaming’s biggest spectacles of the year, with numerous stars on hand, and plenty of world exclusive premieres to whet the appetites of gamers around the world. While the merits of the actual awards themselves are still up for debate, there’s no denying that Spike puts on a great show.

A First Glimpse of Tomorrow’s Games, Today

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