Atlus Confirms E3 Lineup, No Persona 5

The recently Sega-acquired Atlus is still going strong after nearly closing down from bankruptcy, but will they deliver at E3? While the developer and publisher’s lineup isn’t weak (looks like we’ll hear about an as-yet unannounced title along with possibly our first substantial look at the previously teased EarthBound/Mother-inspired Citizens of Earth), fans will be remorse to know that the absurdly hyped Persona 5 will not be revealed at this year’s expo. Curious for a game that was recently…

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50th Anniversary Woodstock Festival a Possibility

As revealed to Rolling Stone by Woodstock co-founder Michael Lang, considerations are being made for a 50th anniversary commemoration of the now-legendary festival, which would be held in 2019. The original 1969 event is often marked as a major milestone in the history of contemporary music and a symbol of the ’60s counterculture movement. Other festivals under the name have included a 25th anniversary incarnation in 1994, followed five years later by a disastrous Woodstock ’99 which ended…

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Sniper Elite 3 Multiplayer 3 Trailer Revealed

Over two minutes of kinetic multiplayer gameplay. Get your first look at Sniper Elite 3’s unique competitive and co-operative multiplayer modes! Sniper Elite 3 releases June 27th on PCs and consoles (not NA) worldwide and July 1st on console in North America. For more information check out their official website. Are you excited for Sniper Elite 3? Let us know in the comments!    

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Super Mario Bros. World 1-1 Analyzed In New Video

Extra Credits is a YouTube channel that today has launched a new series of videos focusing on level design. The series is called Design Club, and in its inaugural episode Dan Emmons breaks down what exactly makes the first level of Super Mario Bros. the icon of intuitive game design it has come to be. If you enjoyed the video and look forward to the series’ continuation, you can expect the next episode in two weeks’…

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Zelda 2 for Wii U Listed at Walmart

Zelda 2 for the Wii U has been listed on Walmart for a Q4 release date for $99.99, which is most likely a placeholder price. Is this the Zelda game that Nintendo fans have been waiting for? Or is it just another placement of false hope by Nintendo? Either way it looks like another Zelda will be coming out later this year, let’s just hope it isn’t just a revamp of an older one (unless…

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Loadout Confirmed for PS4

Loadout, the free-to-play shooter by Edge of Reality currently on Steam, is making it’s way to the Playstation 4. Loadout is a game based around creating your own weapons. You can craft pretty much anything you can imagine. It has a similar art style to Team Fortress 2 but, as I’ve stated, the purpose of the game is entirely different. It’s very exciting news to see that it will be heading to console. Loadout’s PS4…

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PC Drivers for Xbox One Controller Released

Today the PC drivers for the Xbox One controllers were released, allowing you to use your Xbox One controller on the PC. These drivers will be included in an upcoming update for Windows, but you can download them right now if you so choose. PC Drivers for Xbox One Controller (x86) PC Drivers for Xbox One Controller (x64) All you have to do is download the drivers, install, plug in your Xbox One controller and…

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iOS Block Concept Becoming A Reality

The extremely popular concept that we made a post about earlier called iOS Blocks is finally becoming a reality. Now, don’t get too excited because it doesn’t look like it’s coming out for a while. It’s currently in it’s alpha/research stage and is being developed by Matt Clarke and ravirajm. Below you’ll see a video showcasing a very early stage of the iOS Block tweak. Also, it seems that it’s working on the iPad, which is great. Obviously,…

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Xbox One June Update Rolling Out Today

The month of June will introduce some pretty neat features for the Xbox One. This update includes: External Storage The ability to use your real name on Xbox Live Improved SmartGlass integration Also with this update Microsoft’s palette of more than 180 apps and experiences (including fan favorites like Twitch, HBO GO, and Hulu Plus) across Xbox One and Xbox 360 will be available to everyone on Xbox. Additionally, in the coming days, Hulu will begin…

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Games with Gold on Xbox One Begins

It’s finally here. The Games for Gold promotion by Microsoft has finally made it’s way to the Xbox One. There are two games this month that are available for free with a gold subscription and they are: Max: The Curse of Brotherhood Halo: Spartan Assault Also, Crimson Dragon is 50% off if you’re interested in purchasing it. So what do you think? Are you happy about these two free games for June?

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Ryan Lewis Asks Music Fans About Ryan Lewis

The lesser-known half of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis asks hip-hop fans what they know about Ryan Lewis – except they don’t realize they’re talking to the ACTUAL Ryan Lewis. I love it when the Tonight Show does these segments. It’s great to see people look like idiots, isn’t it? Regardless, Ryan Lewis does deserve more credit than he gets, props to him for being a good sport.

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iOS Block – A Widget System for iOS (Concept)

Perhaps one of the coolest concepts I’ve seen yet for iOS. A very smart and simple way to have widgets on iOS. YouTube user technofou has created a concept in which iOS adapts widget capability but doesn’t alter the core of iOS. With a simple open-pinch gesture, you can turn an application into a small block that displays basic information from that application, just like a widget. These blocks are also interactive, so you can control…

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