On this episode Dan counts down the top 10 best video game action figures.
Win or lose, when you’re done playing video games, if you want to keep that experience going there’s a whole host of action figure companies with products to suit your needs.
We asked you which ones were the best. You voted. We counted the votes and then we put them in order.
Scorpion from Mortal Kombat, Mario from Super Mario Bros, Samus Aran from Metroid, Jason Vorhees, Kratos and Link are just some of the characters that made it onto the list.
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As the Nintendo Switch pushes out the other handheld devices, I want to take a look at my Top 10 Nintendo DS games.
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Dual Screens was a crazy idea back in the day when we were all young and bright-eyed. Or we’re we already old when it came out and now we’re just getting older?! Doesn’t matter because these games are near and dear to my heart when I play was playing with my Nintendo DS. These are just my top 10 DS games so feel free to tell me your own. There’s so much memories here with these old cartridges…or were they technically memory chips? Mario Kart DS, The World Ends with You, and even Pokemon Platinum which was the Pokemon game that got me back into the franchise! If you want to know the rest of my picks, you’ll have to watch the video!
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Constant evolution is a part of human nature and thus people have taken a great liking towards the Guinness Book of Records, the publication that indexes all the exceptional things in the world. As gaming has become more and more influential as a medium it was impossible to stay away from the tempting domain of record breaking achievements. In what follows, we will be showcasing 10 amazing video game records that are quite impossible to break.
Thumbnail: Okan Kaya, Australian Gamer who played Call Of Duty For 135 Hours.
Narrator: Davide Arbisi
The Nintendo Wii shook up the gaming market when it was launched in 2006, and for the first time brought motion controls to the main stream. It is one of the most iconic consoles of all time- but how does it hold up now?
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PlayStation 3 Launch Dates you Should Not Miss
Video game consoles are on the loose. Since the Magnavox Odyssey era, video gaming systems are evolving to become one of the most powerful machines in the entertainment industry that ever existed. From the simple animation and mono background game music during the Atari years, video game consoles nowadays will make you feel that you are the one fighting monsters, racing with other cars, or shooting the ball to the hoop right in front of your opponent because of advanced three-dimensional animation technology, thanks to game software developers.
Thus, do not be surprised if video game consoles are now on the transition to the so-called “seventh generation”. Despite of the video game crash in 1977 wherein many game manufacturers abandoned the game console manufacturing industry due to unpopularity, gaming firms who have left in the battlefield tried to win the hearts of the gaming public, especially the younger generation, by producing high-quality games compatible to their consoles. And with the success of these gaming firms, video game consoles stand to its popularity among gamers of varying age groups, which eventually paved the way to the birth of the seventh generation of video game consoles.
The seventh generation began by the introduction of Microsoft’s Xbox 360 in November 2005, following the huge success of its predecessor, the Xbox. Since then, rival game console manufacturers began producing new genres of video game consoles, each one having unique characteristic from its rival consoles or predecessors alike. Thus, the generation is branded to be a “console war” in the history of interactive entertainment.
Following the success of Sony Corporation’s PlayStation 1 and 2, they are determined to maintain their dominance in the game console market. Thus, in May 16, 2005 at the E3 Conference, Japan’s leading electronic company, under its computer entertainment subsidiary, formally unveiled to the public the latest member of the PlayStation 3 series—the PlayStation 3 (PS3). It is expected to compete with its two rival game consoles, which are the Nintendo’s Wii and the Xbox 360.
PlayStation 3 is scheduled to be released on the following launch dates:
• The first release is scheduled in November 11, 2006 at Japan.
• Six days after the Japan debut, PS3’s launch date in Canada and United States would be on November 17 of the same year.
• On the other hand, the launch date of PS3 on Australasia and Europe is scheduled to be on March 2007, with the definite date pending on the decision of Sony Corporation.
On these launch dates, Sony has plans of releasing two different configurations for the PlayStation 3. The first one is known as the “premium version”, where the video game console will come with a 60 GB internal hard drive with multiple flash memory card readers and Wi-Fi or wireless internet connectivity. The other is known as the “alternate configuration” in which the video game console will come in lower internal hard drive (20 GB to be exact) and without Wi-Fi connectivity and memory card reader features, though the hard drive of the alternate configuration can be upgraded and memory card support can be added through the use of adapters.
Despite of the different launch dates of PlayStation 3, it is expected to be a hit for countries where it would be initially released. Watch out for the launch dates mentioned above and experience the interactive entertainment courtesy of PlayStation 3.