Fated Haven Preview (PAX East Indie Demo)


I had the pleasure to get my hands on a demo of Fated Haven during last weekend’s PAX East convention. Fated Haven is a PC indie game that Read the rest of this entry

PAX East 2014 Survival Guide



That’s right it is that time of year again! PAX East 2014 is just around the corner and as a regular PAX goer and Boston resident, I am here to bring you a PAX East survival guide, full of useful information for you and your upcoming PAX adventures. Let’s get to it! (also I would get a pillow or something this is going to be a long one)

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Irrational Games Is Closing It’s Doors, What Does This Mean For The Bioshock Series?


Ken Levine has announced today that after the next Bioshock Infinite Burial At Sea DLC he will be closing Irrational Games for good. He co-founded the company behind Bioshock 17 years ago and says he wants to peruse other projects, and the only way to do that is to close down Irrational Games at the expense of everyone that works there. However he will still Read the rest of this entry

Chroma: A Spectacular Musical FPS

Chroma Screenshot


Chroma is a Greek word meaning color often the term used to measure the purity of color. What goes better with color? Music that’s what and that is exactly what the game developers over at Harmonix and Hidden Path Entertainment, Read the rest of this entry

So Long Flappy Bird You Will Be Missed



If you have been anywhere with people and/or technology in the past month than you know what Flappy Bird is. This simple game about getting through as many pipes as possible skyrocketed to the top of the app charts in a matter of days. It was developed by Dong Nguyen and it was estimated he was making Read the rest of this entry

CES 2014: MiP by WowWee



There were a few robots at CES this year but the most interesting was by far MiP made by WowWee. MiP is an acronym for Mobile Inverted Pendulum. The MiP is a fun, innovative, and interesting robot. It is designed to be used with either a smartphone via Bluetooth or by simple hand motions. It can also communicate through sound and it’s LED eyes. You can also teach it to dance or attach a tray to stack objects. This robot is more than a toy, it is innovation in robotics reaching the hands of consumers.

The WowWee is available in stores and online for only $99 a pretty low price for such a cool robot.

Written By: Spencer

CES 2014: Qualcomm Toq Smart Watch



Now the Qualcomm Toq smart watch was announced about 2 months ago and has begun to ship to those who pre-ordered. However its generating a big buzz around CES this week so lets get into it. Read the rest of this entry

CES 2014: Asus Transformer Book Duet TD300 Announced, Runs Both Android And Windows OS



The Asus Transformer Book Duet TD300 is an all-purpose machine. Physically it can be a fully functional laptop yet one snap from the keyboard and it is a tablet. We have seen this kind of design before of coarse with the Windows Surfaces but Asus is bringing one very impressive feature to the table. Read the rest of this entry

CES 2014: Samsung Shows Off Bendable UHDTV


This year is the year of curved screens but Samsung just wowed us all by showing off their new bendable UHDTV. The TV works in two ways. One is the curved display shown above. We don’t really know how the bend in the screen will affect the Read the rest of this entry

CES 2014: LG G Flex Coming to Most U.S. Carriers QT 1 Of 2014



We have heard the buzz of curved displays for some time now and I, as a current owner of the LG Optimus G, am supper happy to report LG is joining the race to go curved. The new curved screen is designed to improve phone call audio and Read the rest of this entry


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