Showing posts with label Gamestop. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Gamestop. Show all posts

Monday, February 1, 2021

The Dragoncast Podcast Episode 53 - The One about G4 and Gamestop

The Dragoncast Podcast
Hey there. The latest episode of The Dragoncast is out and first things first... FeBEWary or FeBREWary?!? This is just one of the tough hitting questions that Brian and I tackle on this episode of the podcast. lol No, but really... we kill like a few minutes talking about that, we also touch base on the return of G4 shows (Attack of the Show and X-Play), and we give our 2 cents on the Wall Street phenomenon involving Gamestop and Reddit. Take a listen to the show below!

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Bioshock Infinite Release Date and Collectors Edition Details

Hey there.  FINALLY!!!  A release date for Bioshock: Infinite!  It was supposed to be out early this year... then it was supposed to be late this year and now...  it's February 26, 2013!  I can't wait!  I preordered this bad boy well over a year ago and when it was pushed back I was discouraged.  Good thing I only placed $5 to "hold the game" at that point in time.  There will be 2 collector's editions available for the game:  The Premium Edition and the Song Bird Edition.  Here's what you'll get with the Premium Edition:

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Final Fantasy XIII-2 Collectors Edition

Hey there.  There are few games that I pay full price for.  There are even fewer franchises that I am willing to shell out extra for the limited edition or collectors edition.  Final Fantasy, however, is one franchise that I would definitely spend the money on a collectors edition. When I ventured into Gamestop a few weeks ago and saw that I could reserve my copy of Final Fantasy XIII-2, I just had to do it.  Recently, I learned that you can upgrade your reservation to the collectors edition!  I NEED THE COLLECTOR'S EDITION!!!

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Rise of Nightmares for the Xbox 360 Kinect

Hey there. Why am I excited about a game for the Kinect? Don't I already know that Kinect games fall into one of 2 categories. They are either dance games or they are "mini game" games. There hasn't been that Kinect game that has a story centered around it. Well, that ends today! Rise of Nightmares is here to shake up the Kinect lineup and hopes to add a new dimension to the kid friendly titles that currently stock store shelves.