What Are You Playing This Weekend?

Posted on August 5th, by raymond padilla in iPhone, PC Gaming, Videogames. 35 comments

My gaming weekend will be disc free. There are three downloadable games that I intend play the hell out of. First up is Groove Coaster on my iPad. This stylish and cool music game is currently on sale and it’s completely awesome. Rez fans should definitely check it out, as well as gamers that are curious to see what tripping out is like without having to take drugs.

Bastion should get a big chunk of my time this weekend too. If you dig action-RPGs and originality then I recommend giving … continued

AT&T Revoking Unlimited Plans From “Illegal” Tether Users

Posted on August 4th, by raymond padilla in iPhone, Mobile Tech. 5 comments

Are you currently enjoying unlimited data on your AT&T mobile device? Do you also jailbreak or use a third-party program to tether? If so then expect to have your “unlimited” data plan revoked. In addition to throttling customers that use unlimited data the “right way”, AT&T will take away unlimited plans from users not abiding by its terms. According to Boy Genius Report:

AT&T on Thursday confirmed that it will remove grandfathered unlimited data plans from accounts belonging to users who tether or use unsanctioned mobile hotspot apps


Nokia N9 Countdown Clock Points to September Release

Posted on August 4th, by raymond padilla in Mobile Tech. 4 comments

Nokia Sweden has launched a countdown site for the upcoming Nokia N9. The phone was rumored for a September release date in several European countries and the countdown clock supports this rumor. There’s no word on a North American launch at this time, but I expect the phone to be available in the U.S. some time this fall.

I’m really excited for this phone. It’s gorgeous. The operating system seems shockingly elegant for Nokia. Admittedly, part of the N9′s charm is that it will be Nokia’s first and … continued

PlayStation Vita Coming to America in 2012

Posted on August 4th, by raymond padilla in PSP, Today's Specials. 2 comments

Were you looking forward to buying a PlayStation Vita this holiday season? Unless you want an imported Japanese version, you’ll have to wait a bit longer. Sony’s next portable gaming system will not be available in North America and Europe until early 2012. Here’s more from Bloomberg:

The product will initially launch in Japan before the end of December, followed by introductions in the U.S. and Europe early next year, Kazuo Hirai, Chairman Howard Stringer’s top lieutenant, told reporters in Tokyo today. The company had previously said it planned


Coffee Talk #380: Game Companies That You Miss

Posted on August 4th, by raymond padilla in Coffee Talk, PC Gaming, Today's Specials, Videogames. 21 comments
Most of you have been playing games for at least a decade. In the time that you've been playing games, several publishers and developers have come and gone. Are there any game companies that you miss?

What Do You Think of Balrog: Behind the Glory?

Posted on August 3rd, by raymond padilla in Sports, TV, Videogames. 1 Comment

I strongly suggest watching the Balrog: Behind the Glory faux documentary. It’s an incredibly well done look at Street Fighter’s Balrog (Mike Bison in Japan) that aired during this year’s Evo Championship Series. It’s a little over 12 minutes, but definitely worth watching. I’d love to hear your thoughts on it! Kindly check it out and let me know what you think.… continued