Lunadroid 237 Demo Available for Download

Now, in full disclosure, this announcement won’t apply to some of you guys, me included. You see, Lunadroid 237 is a demo designed by Unello Design for the virtual reality gaming rig, Oculus Rift. The game is set on the moon  June 21, 1969. With you as the main character, you can only imagine what…

NVIDIA Project Shield

So last night at a press event at CES 2013, NVIDIA  undoubtedly set the week off with a bang. As one would expect from an announcement from NVIDIA, they took the wraps off of their latest graphic processor, Tegra 4. That however was not the highlight of the night. The announcement that stole the show…

PS VITA Gets the White Out

As is customary in the world of tech and gadgets, after a device has been released, manufacturers go back to the boardroom to figure out how to extract more money from the product. The top option is to give consumers new colors. It seems Sony has reached such a point, and is taking the Vita…

Cross of the Dutchman Developer Needs a Kick-starter

So, you know that game we discussed a while back, Cross of the Dutchman? Well it seems the developers at Triangle Studios could use your help in order to finish what looks to be a great game, in progress. Some of the things the developers promise are high on their list of add-ons for CotD,…

Gravity Rush Release Set for June 12th

Gravity Rush, a gravity-bending adventure game which was slated to originally be one of the Vita launch titles has a n official release day. Previous ly the release had been slated to be on May 29th, but according to the official PlayStation Blog, the game is going to see its release on June 12th. Gravity…

PS VITA Launch Day!

So, today, people are lined up around the block waiting to get their hands on the most anticipated handheld release from Sony since the PSP Go, the PlayStation Vita. Well, maybe no lines are forming, but there is a buzz, as the Vita is a very intriguing game system. A 5-inch OLED screen, rear touch…

Is the PS Vita DOA?

Apparently, the Japanese PS Vita hasn’t been meeting very much fanfare.  Sure, initial week purchases reached  over 300,000, but subsequent weeks have shown that the Japanese are losing their interest in Vita. Just this past week, PS Vita numbers dropped to 18,361 systems sold. Now while any system can expect their numbers to drop weeks…