So first everyone was all like, "Look, first Valve-supported Steambox," the surprisingly pricey $1,000 Piston by Xi3. Then Valve was all like, Eh, this ain't really our bag, daddy-o, distancing itself from Xi3's Piston and saying there isn't currently any open collaboration between the two companies. But then Xi3 CEO Jason Sullivan fired back, stating Valve had asked them to make the Piston and that that directive came, of course, from his Gabe-ness himself, and that while the Piston is not the official Steambox, there may be joint doings in the future. Snap.
WHERE ARE THE GAMES? I know, I know. Microsoft has noted that E3 was going to be when it focused on games. But, c'mon, what a perfect video. Anyway, it's a bit hard to take solace in the fact that Microsoft is claiming it'll ...more
So, Denis Dyack put together a lengthy video to establish how he's not scamming the people supporting his Kickstarter. What do you think? I'd have an opinion on it myself but I fell asleep after the first three minutes. On t...more
I'm no fighting game player. However, I fell in love with the Guilty Gear series long before I gave it a spin because of its sick-ass music. I never knew videogames could rock so hard! In honor of the recently announced Guil...more