According to reddit user Mat145,a Facebook group called Xbox One Owners Australia had a member undergoing chemotherapy. To brighten that member’s day, they chipped in to buy him or her an Xbox One.
When I saw #FireRickRemender trending on Twitter, I was a little confused. To the best of my knowledge, Rick Remender hadn’t done anything controversial. The latest issue of his Captain America run came out last week, but it was a little on the dull side. I didn’t think it contained anything that would rile up the masses.
Apparently, the masses and I don’t see eye to eye. [Read more...]
This link recently came up on my Facebook feed:
Bewildered by such a problematic post, I clicked through so I could leave snarky comments, because that’s what real gamers do.
Lo and behold, this is what greeted me:
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Yes, this was a troll post. No, I wasn’t surprised.
If you want to be a truly awful person, here’s the link to trick your friends. Have fun. See you in Hell, asshole.
Recently, I’ve seen this image floating around on Facebook:
At first glance, the Twitter account of game designer Hideki Kamiya doesn’t seem like anything special. Most of his tweets are in Japanese, and most that aren’t are retweets accompanied by emoticons.
But if you look a little a little closer, you’ll find something amazing. Beneath that ordinary surface lies a Twitter account that’s occasionally strange, frequently hilarious, and always fascinating. [Read more...]
From the start, one of the biggest advantages the PlayStation 4 had over the Xbox One was its pricing. But now, all that may be changing.
Redditor freak7208 has made an interesting discovery. When the Kinect-Less Xbox One launches in Canada, it’ll actually be cheaper than its competitor. And the price difference will be pretty significant.
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It doesn’t stop there. The new One will be cheaper in Australia as well. The Kinect-free model will be priced at $499, while the PlayStation 4 still retails for $549.
If Sony wants to stay on top, they’re going to have to be a lot more competitive. Will this push them to lower the price of their console in other regions? Microsoft is poised for a comeback, and Sony’s going to have to work hard to maintain their lead.
One thing’s for sure. Console wars are a lot more interesting when every company is giving their all.