This week on the GenGAMEcast, watch host Kevin O’Rourke, along with George, Benny, and Sam, talk about HD Re-masters, Pokken Tournament, The Order 1886 and Peter Molyneux. All this plus the week in gaming news! This Week’s intro song can be found here and our outro song here. Jump past the break to watch this week’s show.
This week on the GenGAMEcast, watch host Kevin O’Rourke, along with George, Benny, and Sam, talk about the rumored Legend of Zelda series on Netflix, EA’s games being “too hard to learn”, and reactions for The Great Minecraft Build-off. All this plus the week in gaming news! This Week’s intro song can be found here and our outro song here. Jump past the break to watch this week’s show.
It has been over two years since the launch of the Nintendo Wii U and it has been quite a bumpy ride for the Big N. It took quite awhile for the console to gain any traction, but after a very slow start, a slew of decent games started to pile in. I myself picked up a Nintendo Wii U at launch and have played the majority of the hit titles on the system, some more than others. Here is my list of what I think are the 10 best Nintendo Wii U titles to date.
This week on the GenGAMEcast, Trevor has been replaced by a brand new host. Join Kevin O’Rourke, along with George, Sam, and Benny as they talk about the week in gaming news. This Week’s intro song can be found here and our outro song here. Jump past the break to watch this week’s show.
This time on Unannounced Games I want To See Released, I look back at one of my favorite franchises of all time, the classic Mega Man series.
We are just a few weeks away from the release of the New Nintendo 3DS, set for release on February 13th. While we know a lot about the upgrades features, at the moment there is not a single game that is set to release exclusively for the upgraded console. All currently announced 3DS titles will still be playable on the current Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL. This begs the question, is it worth the purchase? This week the GenGAME staff answers the question as to whether or not each of us will make the splash and purchase the New Nintendo 3DS.
This week on the GenGAMEcast Trevor is joined by co-host George Pekar and resident eSports aficionado Sam Korn to tackle the week in gaming news. Microsoft took the stage this week and showed us a world of holograms…and Windows 10. This Week’s intro song can be found here and our outro song here. Jump past the break to watch this week’s show.
Welcome to a new series of articles where I talk about games that presently don’t exist to the public in any form, but I hope someday that they will. To kick things off, I want to talk about one of my most beloved franchises, Resident Evil.
This week on the GenGAMEcast we have a full house as Joe Conkling unexpectedly drops in to create the “Pentacast” with Sam Korn, Benny Girard, George Pekar and Trevor Magnani. Nintendo went ahead and laid out their spring lineup, the panel discusses their favorite parts of the event. Twitch showcases a library of music that seems to only interest Trevor and The PC gamers on the panel lament on the delay of GTA V’s PC release date. This Week’s intro song can be found here. Jump past the break to watch this week’s show.
So, you think you’re good at building in Minecraft, huh? Do you think you’re good enough to compete in a building competition for prizes… in front of a live audience? Well you best prepare yourselves, because The Great Minecraft Build-off has returned! What is The Great Minecraft Build-off you say? It is a live-streamed Minecraft building competition where builders are given a topic for creation, and they only have a limited time to complete it. The winner after the time expires will move on to the next round in a tournament style contest.
We are currently looking for 16 qualified builders to compete in this special event for a chance at fame, glory, and fabulous prizes. Check out the full post after the jump to view the signup form and more information.
Nintendo has had a fabulous last 12 months. One year ago today, the company was on a continuous downward spiral, with yet another quarterly loss to report, and more results falling short of their expectations. After finally bottoming-out, Nintendo is now turning a profit once again for the first time in years, and more importantly, it appears like Nintendo has gotten its swag back. It no longer feels as gloomy when talking about the companies future and overall moral is up among Nintendo fans like myself. I feel that one of the primary reasons why this is the case is that Nintendo has done a heck of a good job selling its brand name and its products, more so than just selling its games.
With the calender now reading January, we take a look at what games we are most looking forward to in 2015. In order to be eligible to make the list, the game must be announced, as well as have a tentative release date of 2015.