1. "Sad Satan": A Twisted Horror Game From the Deep Web (UPDATED w/ Clean DL)

    A mysterious first-person horror game called "Sad Satan" has surfaced from the deepest, darkest corners of the Internet. Perhaps it was spawned by the Devil himself.
  2. MOTOSPEED Inflictor CK104 Review: An Ergonomic and Practical Gaming Keyboard

    I had the pleasure of receiving a MOTOSPEED Inflictor CK104, a mechanical keyboard designed for gaming. Though I tend to be skeptical of products advertised for gamers, I was pleasantly surprised by the Inflictor's simplicity, intuitiveness, design, and performance.
  3. Rockstar Responds to Grand Theft Auto Mod Bans

    Yesterday, three central members of the team behind the FiveM mod for GTA V got their Rockstar Social Club accounts blocked, effectively banning them from playing both single player mode and online multiplayer. As their mod has nothing to do with GTA Online, the crew questioned the bans.
  4. PlayStation 4 Officially Jailbroken

    Two years ago Sony and Microsoft released the latest generation of consoles, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Since both of the previous generation consoles had popular exploits, everyone knew it was only a matter of time until we saw similar exploits on the next-gens. On December 6th, the well-respected PlayStation hacker CTurt tweeted that he found a kernel exploit in the PS4. Now, after only eight days, he has officially jailbroken the PS4.
  5. Old Call of Duty Games Remastered on PS4 and X1 Soon?

    The new generation of consoles have seen plenty of remasters since the start, both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One has had their share of games ported over from PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360; some more welcome than others, and some more successful. One company that has refrained from offering up any remasters at all thus far is Activision, the company behind one of the most successful gaming franchises of all time, Call of Duty.
  6. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Adds Option to Ban Weapons

    August 5th 2015, was an exciting and interesting day if you are a fan of both eSports and the Call of Duty series. During todays Gamescom press conference, Activision revealed information about their newest eSport features, "Specialist Draft" and "Ban and Protect". Both aimed at giving players more control over their playing experience.
  7. E-Blue K727 - A Budget-Friendly and Colorful Mechanical Keyboard

    The K727 is a tenkeyless mechanical keyboard from E-Blue. This keyboard has Kailh switches, LEDs of various colors, multiple lighting modes, and a low price tag. The build quality and functionality really makes the K727 a great bang for your buck keyboard.
  8. GTA Online: Executives and Other Criminals, the Next Level or a New Low?

    Rockstar Games has released the next step for GTA Online, Executives and other Criminals. But will it be a step in the right direction?
  9. Xbox One's Smart Glass Process May Lead to Exploitation

    With the recent news of the PS4 receiving a software exploit, Xbox One users may be wondering why they haven't seen anything for they beloved console. Looks like something has just come up over the horizon in a rather scarce Xbox One modding scene: the process that runs the Xbox One Smart Glass app has been acquired.
  10. The Pinnacle of V Mod for GTA V Has Been Shut Down

    One of the most impressive mods/graphical overhauls that was brought to a game showed extreme potential on PC. That mod being The Pinnacle of V for GTA 5. Boasting 4K graphics and a texture overhaul, it became extremely popular in a small amount of time. Unfortunately, though, it has now been shut down due to theft of specific mods that were included in the project.
  11. The Third Wave of Xbox One Backward Compatible Games Has Arrived

    Adding to the list of over one hundred games, this third wave of backward compatible titles now bumps up that number to one hundred and thirty on the dot. Although most of them have been Arcade titles, there are still some popular classics that are gradually becoming available. Come in and check out the ten new games!
  12. The Future of Call of Duty

    The majority of Call of Duty fans do not like the direction the series is headed into, and I can agree. These last 3 titles have been a huge letdown for me because they're either too futuristic or just plain garbage in my opinion. What do you think the future of Call of Duty look like?
  13. Star Wars Battlefront Alpha Footage Leaked

    The Star Wars Battlefront closed alpha went live today for a selected few on Origin, and even though publisher EA has expressly forbidden alpha testers from uploading or streaming any gameplay video it did not take long before both images and videos leaked. It seems the fear of getting the exclusive access revoked is not as great as the desire to share the experience. The Alpha build has also found its way to various torrent sites.

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  14. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Multiplayer Beta Trailer and Features

    Treyarch has released a trailer for the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 multiplayer beta, and with it comes a blog post explaining what we can expect to face.
  15. Lots of Girls Play Video Games Online, They Just Don't Want You To Know

    In a chapter in the "Teens, Technology, and Friendships" report released earlier this month, a pretty picture is painted describing the benefits of online gaming and social media in terms of helping male teenagers find new friends. "Girls who have met new friends online are more likely to meet them via social media (78% vs. 52% of boys), while boys are...
  16. Call Of Duty: WWII PC Beta Release Date, Minimum Specs Announced

    After its run on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the multiplayer beta for Call of Duty: WWII is headed to PC soon. It runs September 29 through October 2 on Steam, and you don't have to pre-order to get in: it's open for everyone.