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Can Always Online Benefit Microsoft? Why Yes It Can
With the recent rumblings about how the next generation console from Microsoft will always require an internet connection, there has been increasing public outcry. We’ve seen it in leaked developer specs, we’ve seen Microsoft “employees” talk about it, and with every whisper and rumor it becomes ...
Published by Bob Webb on April 5, 2013
PAX East 2013: 'Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft' Hands On
Earlier today Blizzard announced a new free to play digital card game very much in the vein of Magic The Gathering for Windows, Mac and iPad. Being a long time fan of Blizzard I was excited to see the "something different" they had promised to announce, but not being the biggest fan of TCGs I adm...
Published by Bob Webb on March 23, 2013
The Best and Worst of 2012 Kinect Games
It was a year of laughter, tears and shame as I exposed myself to the best and worst games for the Kinect. While my Friday nights had devolved into wearing depraved costumes, inebriation and yelling at the TV, I found some real gems for games using a peripheral people all have but discounted. The...
Published by Bob Webb on Jan. 31, 2013
Legend of Grimrock Sells Well; Future Content Teased
A title that has made several of our Top 10 of 2012 lists and categories, Legend of Grimrock, has apparently sold well, really well. According to a post on Almost Human’s blog this morning, the game sold more than 600,000 copies in 2012 securing the future of the company for many years to come. F...
Published by Bob Webb on Jan. 17, 2013
Interview: Timber and Stone - Dwarf Fortress Meets Minecraft
With the increasing number of Kickstarter projects, there is still the feeling of excitement when you find a project that is the exact game you’ve been looking for. Timber and Stone is one of those projects. Being an avid fan of Minecraft, Age of Empires, and Dwarf Fortress, it isn’t too much of ...
Published by Bob Webb on Oct. 20, 2012
The New 4Player Website: The Games Database
We're back with another preview of the new 4Player site! This week we'll be looking at probably one of our more ambitious projects for managing our content: The Games Database. "WTF is dis shit?" you may be asking yourself, well shut your pie hole and prepare to be educated.
Published by Bob Webb on Sept. 21, 2012
The New 4Player Website: A Preview
As many of you may know, we are currently working on a new website to host all of our 4Player Podcast content. Details about the site have been short in coming aside from various tidbits dropped during podcasts or live streams, so I'd like to take this opportunity to begin to introduce you to 4Pl...
Published by Bob Webb on Sept. 11, 2012
Published by Bob Webb on Sept. 7, 2012