China Ends 15 Year Ban on Consoles

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China officially ended their 15 year video game console ban only yesterday. China originally began the ban in 2000 when fears arose about consoles having physical and mental negative affects on development of children. This left people playing with PCs, mobile devices, and web-based video games. The only possible way to receive or sell said consoles, was through the black market. With the console ban lifted, PCs just got three new competitors in the Chinese market.

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Part Commando, All Elephant!

Sega & Game Freak have recently partnered up and announced an upcoming game named Tembo the Badass Elephant, a platformer being released this summer.

The game trailer was released a few days ago on March 11, 2015. Interestingly, Tembo won’t be coming to any Nintendo consoles or handhelds, but instead the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC. If you haven’t already noticed, Tembo is a spoof of Rambo, an action movie series. So, what do you think gamers? Is Sega attempting to make a comeback with this game? Will they succeed?

Free Games at the Moment (Updated: 6/6/15)

Hello gamers, here we’ll post all free games giveaways around the web. These are for games that you usually have to pay for. We will also include free DLC, add-ons, Alpha keys, and Beta keys.

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Playstation Plus Free Games: January 2015

Free games are offered for the Playstation 4, Playstation 3 & Playstation Vita consoles every month through the Playstation Plus service.

The lineup of free games for January 2015 are Infamous First Light DLC (PS4), The Swapper (PS4), Prototype 2 (PS3), Ducktales Remastered (PS3),  Duke Nukem 3D Megaton Edition (PS Vita) , and Whoa Dave (PS Vita).