I’ll be the first to sing the praises of the Netflix streaming service, but you’ll only be able to watch foreign films on Instant Streaming if you’re lucky, or if you just don’t care about quality.
A couple weeks ago, Dick asked whether you still buy Blu-rays, or have given up physical media for online streaming. I’ll take that one step further. Who out there still buys DVDs?
This week, Netflix streaming loses one indisputable classic and a few guilty pleasures.
The rumors have been circling for a while now, and a job listing from Blizzard all but confirms it. The once unthinkable is actually happening.
We get the release of the first multiplayer ‘Assassin’s Creed’ title and a console version of ‘NBA Jam’ all in one week? Seems amazing, right? Well, it’s not all good.
This week sees the release of a huge slate of Blu-ray titles. But, realistically, are many of them worth buying? Let’s take a look.
As you’ve no doubt already read, the Kinect just didn’t work out for me. Not only did I manage to look foolish doing it, but I injured myself in the process. It made me feel lame for not being able to keep up physically, and made ...
Viacom is selling Harmonix thanks to lackluster sales. Could the industry have gone too far with a new idea?
I didn’t jump on the Wii bandwagon, and I wasn’t impressed with the Move – but when the controller-free Kinect came out, I was willing to give motion gaming a chance. As it turns out, these things just aren’t for everyone.
There’s been talk for years about the death of physical media for watching movies. Over the past year, that speculation and pontification has greatly intensified with the expansion of internet streaming services, especially Netfli...
We’ve been struggling far too long with an inferior D-pad on the Xbox 360. Microsoft has a solution hitting shelves soon, but the folks at Evil are taking things in a different direction.
Now that everyone’s got their motion tracking peripherals out and ready, there’s still one question that needs to be asked: Do we even want motion gaming in the first place?