Posts Tagged ‘playstation 3’
Xbox One In Trash

Eliminate Consoles, Stream Your Games | Chime In

by Jack Wageron April 3, 2017
A friend asked to borrow my PS3. He intends to subscribe to PS Now, play the games he wants and return my PS3. PS Now is also a feature of Sony Blu-ray players that retail for around $70. Effectively making 'high quality' gaming cheaply available. If Blu-ray players aren't your thing, Sony and Samsung offer PS Now on a handful of TVs.

DRULcast #116 – No Lifeline

by Oscar Venturaon October 6, 2015
This week Oz and Jack welcome back Juan to discuss the current pricing structure of video games in the market today and how flawed they are, and yet there is no real fix.

mirrors edge

VGMM ’14: Mirror’s Edge

by Oscar Venturaon July 27, 2014
The moment the piano key hits you know that you are in for a treat. It’s that catchy part which wont get out of your head, and no matter where you hear it, you will know what it is. Still Alive from the Mirror’s Edge soundtrack adds those subtle piano keys through out their songs […]
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game

VGMM ’14: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game

by Mark Brunoon July 26, 2014
Over the years, Scott Pilgrim, a graphic novel series by Bryan Lee O’Malley, has transcended its medium, entering into both the film and gaming world. Anyone familiar with the series knows how strong an influence video games and pop culture have on it. It was only a matter of time before Mr. Pilgrim had his […]


VGMM ’14: Journey

by Mark Brunoon July 25, 2014
Journey is one of my favorite games from last generation. A completely unique yet simple concept, Journey is an emotional gaming experience that should not be missed. This game totes some of the finest graphics I have ever seen. Developers, thatgamecompany, are not new to making pretty games. Their previous entries, Flower and flow, are […]

Uncharted Series

VGMM ’14: Uncharted

by Mark Brunoon July 24, 2014
Uncharted is one of my favorite video game series of all time. To me, it elicits feelings of high school nostalgia. I remember when my friends and I left school the day it came out, eager to finally get our hands on the gorgeous looking adventure game. After about an hour of playing, we called […]
The Last of Us

VGMM ’14: The Last of Us

by Mark Brunoon July 23, 2014
How does that saying go? “Less is more”? This couldn’t be a more accurate statement when it comes to Naughty Dog’s masterpiece, The Last of Us. The minimal use of music throughout the game works perfectly to immerse the players within the desolate world. It’s just you, nature, and clickers. However, when Gustavo Santaolalla’s beautifully haunting score kicks in, […]


VGMM ’14: Portal 2

by Oscar Venturaon July 21, 2014
Goodbye my only friend. Oh, did you think I meant you? Portal 2 End Credits song is another track that I won’t be able to get out of my head!

VGMM ’14: Hotline Miami

by Oscar Venturaon July 17, 2014
Hotline Miami is one of those games you just have to experience to really understand it. A good gaming experience can’t be complete without its music, and the soundtrack to this game is spectacular.