Minecraft Price Change For Certain Regions

Distributing games around the world has become super simple with just a server. Pricing a game for sale around the world however, is not. Minecraft, the wildly popular indie game where you have a world to build what you want, is having its price point altered in certain regions to align with the US dollar.Continue reading “Minecraft Price Change For Certain Regions”

Steam Review System Updated

The Steam community is one of the more expansive gaming networks around, with ongoing discussion on a vast range of gaming topics. With the introduction of a review system for titles on the Steam storefront a few years ago, it became possible for viewers to ascertain the quality of a game at a glance, orContinue reading “Steam Review System Updated”

The Division’s Newest Glitch

The latest update for Tom Clancy’s: The Division added a slew of new features and tweaks, including a new raid mission, gear sets, and a game-breaking glitch. Through the use of a riot shield, the player can clip their way through a wall, completely bypassing the raid boss and granting access to high-level loot. UbisoftContinue reading “The Division’s Newest Glitch”

New Details Unveiled on Final Fantasy XV Combat System

With the exact nature of the upcoming Final Fantasy XV shrouded in mystery, a lot of fans are deeply curious about the inner workings of the hotly-anticipated title. The development team at Square Enix have opened their official forums up to reader questions, with the most popular questions receiving responses from the development team. One ofContinue reading “New Details Unveiled on Final Fantasy XV Combat System”

Sony Files Trademark Claim on Let’s Play

In a move that can only be described as bold, Sony Computer Entertainment of America has filed a trademark claim for the phrase “Let’s Play.” The phrase is frequently used to refer to a popular style of video content in which a videogame is played and broadcast in its entirety, often with accompanying player commentary.Continue reading “Sony Files Trademark Claim on Let’s Play”

GamerPros Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer Contest Winners

Well, GamerPros’ Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer contest is at an end. We’re a young site, and while there was some concern we wouldn’t have any participation without bribing anyone, we did manage to get some entries. Thanks guys! Oh, and now that the contest is over, we’ve got a secret to reveal: we have bribes prizes!

DotA 2 Sees Significant Player Decline

DotA 2, Valve’s popular Multiplayer Online Battle Arena game, recently saw a significant decline in the player user base following the major Reborn update. The update rolled out last month with the express intention of creating a more varied, accessible game. Among the changes were a new interface, community-created game modes, and most significantly, aContinue reading “DotA 2 Sees Significant Player Decline”

The Hype Fallacy

With the Tokyo Game Show recently wrapping up, it has become clear to me just how important the concept of ‘hype’ or anticipation is to the gaming industry. We saw a wide variety of trailers and information paraded out in front of the media and consumers with the sole intention of drumming up some much-neededContinue reading “The Hype Fallacy”

The Life and Times of the MMO

Over the past decade, the gaming industry has seen some dramatic changes. Several trends have come and gone, as have consoles, and even entire companies. Amidst this tumultuous ground though, the MMORPG, or Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game, has managed to stake its claim and hold its position as a stalwart component of theContinue reading “The Life and Times of the MMO”