Well, that was about the most interesting news I’ve ever woken up to on a Wednesday morning.
Nintendo’s next console, codenamed “NX” is confirmed to be a thing, as per an official statement from Nintendo earlier today. It launches March 2017, but it won’t be shown off at this year’s E3 event.
Continue reading What the Heck Does Nintendo Have Planned?
With all the new releases and celebrating two big anniversaries this year, could 2016 be Nintendo’s best year ever? Continue reading Is 2016 Nintendo’s Year?
It’s back to Gotham for yet another installment in the Lego Batman universe. Continue reading Hindsight – Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Review
Music based games are back as the original king of the genre makes its return after a 5 year absence. With a revamped controller, a new interface, and 2 new modes, Guitar Hero Live is an ultimately fun game but is not without flaws. Continue reading Guitar Hero Live Review
It’s been a few weeks, but the Geekend is back! Continue reading The Geekend – 7/12/15
If you haven’t yet invested in one of the three major consoles by Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo, the beginning of 2015 is a great time to take the plunge. All three platforms have a solid backlog of games- 2015 and beyond is promising for more great titles for each respective console. The PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Wii U all have their strengths, weaknesses, and cater to different audiences. This isn’t a post about “which console is better.” “Better” is relative– and what’s right for me might not be right for you. The Geekiverse is full of gamers with different tastes, and we want to tell you which console we recommend and why. For the record: this is going to be biased. Of course it’s going to be biased, we’re picking favorites here, people! With that little disclaimer out of the way, let’s get started.
Continue reading What Console Should You Buy In 2015?