As many of you may know by listening to P*N’s Lock and Load podcasts I rarely pay for apps, as there are so many great free Apps out there, but Scribblenauts Remix was different. Scribblenauts Remix is one of the few Apps I have paid for and it was worth every penny I paid for […]
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Business Insider is reporting that Xbox Music was announced at yesterdays Microsoft Partner Conference. Here are the details Platform Nation have received from a Microsoft’s Spokesman: A recent demonstration of upcoming Xbox features showcased what we will deliver later this fall on Xbox, including voice search with Bing on Xbox to locate and access entertainment […]
The keynote speeches at E3 gave the general gaming community a good long look at the new generation of game controllers that we will have the option to buy for the holiday season this year, but what we witnessed was how they operated in a controlled environment. I had questions that popped into my head while watching the keynotes and as each week passes, more questions arise while the lack of answers from Microsoft and Sony are starting to concern a few potential buyers.
As the console war rages on, Sony and Xbox are still bringing new features to the front lines to see who will emerge as the must-have media device that will rest under every TV. While Sony’s PSN has always been a free service, Xbox’s paid gold service is struggling to justify its 7.99/month cost as […]