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The gaming world was waiting for the new generation of game innovations that will bring their gaming experience to the next level. Stallios inc, worked for many years to bring many new innovations to the gaming world to help them have a more powerful & exiting gaming experience via their new powerful science fiction game, Xanxillium. Those...

"Sony came in like a wrecking ball in the mid-90s giving gaming giants (of the time) Sega and Nintendo a run for their money. The PlayStation One was the first ever optical disc-based 32-bit gaming console to achieve success. But, the best was still to come… In 1999 when Sega launched the first ever 128-bit console dubbed the Dreamcast, Sony was about to unleash its most successful console in history!"

Denis Murphy writes- This Halloween not all of us will be going out partying. Instead many of us will be locking ourselves into our little gaming caves, and scarring the shit out of ourselves with the best horror games. But while there are many, many great games out there that are worthy of your time, I come to you with a selection of 6 games that I think cover just about every type of horror you could want.

Portland Retro Gaming Expo was this last weekend and it was well worth the journey. It didn't matter what people were there for, from the arcade games and pinball, Tetris World Championship, to the panels and the vendors there was something for every kind of gamer. This may be the best retro gaming expo the United States has to offer.

Lets reflect on one of the best First Person Shooters of its time for the PlayStation 2 and the first Xbox consoles. Black is an FPS from Criterion Games and EA that released in February 2006 and was one of the most realistic shooters up to date. Black incorporated amazing graphics with intense weapon play and sound effects on the older generation consoles.

All month long Cinelinx is helping gamers get in the Halloween spirit by breaking down some of the best horror video games around. Kicking things off this week with a look at Doom 3!

As part of their IGN First Series, IGN has revealed that the old favorite Warlock is the sixth and final Halo 2 map included in the Halo: Master Chief Collection. For some gameplay from the new version; now known as Warlord, make sure to check out their article.

While it's not the first game i played (Killer Instinct ftw) the first title i ever completed was Super Mario World. After borrowing the game from my half-sister I spent countless hours seated in front of the televison collecting coins, stomping on Goombas, and basically doing whatever it took to thwart Bowsers evil plans. Despite this being back in days when I pretty much liked any game I played, even my 3 year old brain could tell there was something extra special about Super Mario World. B...

Join John and Erik for this special retro edition where they talk about the Dreamcast turning 15, Retroscribe closing its doors, games we have picked up and more!

"The 90′s scene was all about furry hedgehogs and cute plumbers until Midway Games came and changed everything. Ed Boon and his friend John Tobias wanted to make a fighting game that was brutal and bloody. Originally, the game that eventually became ‘Mortal Kombat’ was supposed to be based on martial arts superstar Jean-Claude Van Damme."

"I’m pretty sure this staged but that doesn’t stop it from being funny as hell in my mind. The son’s pleads and tantrums are so over the top, and his reaction to the utter destruction of his games is well…just watch."

BitShiftTV takes a look at the latest byte sized brawler on the PlayStation Vita! Phantom Breaker Battle Grounds is the latest byte sized multiplayer brawler from 5pb.

Taking a look at the best exclusives to have ever hit an Xbox console, Cinelinx examines Knights of the Old Republic, why it worked, and why it remains one of the best exclusives around.

Join John and Erik where they talk Console War by Blake J Harris, our review of Boogerman, retro finds and more! Subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher Radio!