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Pax East 2015: SkreensTV

SkreensTV might not be a household name quite yet, but if CEO Marc Todd has anything to say about it SkreensTV will be making its way to your television very

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The Guide to PC Gaming Part 1

With every new console generation comes a brand new war over which platform is superior, but so many are quick to forget about the PC. Maybe it’s because there isn’t

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Dinosaur Games Need To Return

Dinosaur Games Need To Return

Between 1997's The Lost World Jurassic Park, 2001's Jurassic Park III, the merchandising opportunities that came with it, and games that were both part of the franchise and ones that happened to include dinosaurs, I didn't stand a chance of falling in love with anything else. It certainly seemed like with dinosaur movies came dinosaur games. For myself, it was a renaissance.

Kickstarter: Harmonix’s Amplitude

Kickstarter: Harmonix’s Amplitude

Local dudes Harmonix are passionate about two things: music and games. Between the success of the original Guitar Hero, Rock Band, Dance Central, and new titles such as Chroma and Fantasia: Music Evolved on the horizon, it’s fair to say anything they touch is an instant hit. Back in the day (for all you young people out there), Harmonix made quite […]

7 Reasons to Play Dark Souls

7 Reasons to Play Dark Souls

Since we are in the midst of a new video game drought, I thought I’d try my best to convince our readers to play one of my favorite games of all time: Dark Souls. I resisted playing it for a long time, until a friend of mine gifted it to me on Steam. At that […]

Become a Cat in Catlateral Damage

Become a Cat in Catlateral Damage

Just outside of Boston, in Arlington Massachusetts lives an up and coming game developer Chris Chung who looks to make players see things through the eyes of a crazy house cat with his newest game, Catlateral Damage. Catlateral Damage is a first person cat simulator where your goal is to knock as many items in the […]

How Call of Duty Can Successfully Reboot Itself

How Call of Duty Can Successfully Reboot Itself

Call of Duty is still…okay, it’s not great but don’t get me wrong I’ll still play it. I have to say it’s strange to see how popular Call of Duty got. I have fond memories of playing Call of Duty 2 on the Carentan map stringing together huge win streaks. I remember the legendary single […]

Not All Games Need a Storyline

Not All Games Need a Storyline

Video games with storylines can be enchanting, and if developers do it right players are literally pulled into the game’s world and story. I’m talking, like, The Elder Scrolls or The Last Of Us type of storylines. Up until recently, I (in the most naive of manners) didn’t truly give games without a storyline the chance to […]

Holiday Gift Guide For PC Gamers

Holiday Gift Guide For PC Gamers

Gamers are some of the toughest people to buy gifts for, especially when you’re not exactly well versed in the gaming world, but with the help of New England Gamer’s Holiday Gift Guide for PC Gamers you’ll be able to give your gamer exactly what they want this holiday season. The holiday season is great […]

I Loved My Xbox 360 As Much As I’ll Love My PS4

I Loved My Xbox 360 As Much As I’ll Love My PS4

Day one of E3 is always exciting. You wake up knowing you’re about to see some really cool things. These things are usually announcements in the form of games. You cheer, you’re surprised, it’s magical. Today, I woke up with expectations of new games, new console info, new features, and more. There was one thing […]