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Just Keep Adding To That List

So this last month hasn’t been a productive one (if you call trying to finish games on this list productive), although it also hasn’t been an expensive one either because I’ve only bought one game!! 306 more words


An Update on Operation: Suicide

I’ve had a lot of time to kill this summer and therefore I’ve made a lot of progress on the secondary project, Operation: Suicide. With the primary project beginning to develop a tone and the secondary project nearing completion, I’m beginning to see how astoundingly different they are to each other. 157 more words

So Close I Can Taste It! (It just could use a little more seasoning...)

Project Splosion is beginning to wrap up. I just need to get some last pieces of art and some music tracks then we’ll be all set. 65 more words

The New Xbox One Elite controller!

The Xbox One Elite controller gives people pro-level customization, for the very competitive gamers. You can choose between a multitude of stainless steel thumbsticks and D-pad to improve accuracy and speed. 102 more words

Ouya has reportedly been acquired by Razer

Mesa claims it acted as exclusive financial advisor to Ouya, Inc. in its sale to Razer, so if thats true, the company would obviously be in the know on the specifics around Razers buyout of Ouya.In April, Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman sent a letter to investors making it clear that the company was in urgent search of a buyer, and last week Tech Crunch reported that a deal with Razer was in the works.

Credit: The Verge

Razer seemingly confirmed to have acquired Ouya, the Android-based console maker

A new report today supposedly confirms that Ouya, the company behind the Android-based gaming console, has been bought by Razer, a San Diego-based company best known for its hardware and accessories aimed at serious gamers. 209 more words


Android Game Console Maker Ouya Acquired by Razer

Indie game console manufacturer Ouya has been acquired by fellow gaming hardware maker Razer. Acquisition talks between the two companies were first reported last week… 160 more words