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The video game awards season is a great time to catch up with developers out of their studio’s and in their jammies. Okay, well not exactly but you get the idea. WhatIfGaming attended (finally) the SpikeTV Video Game Awards after much participation with it already and was able to get some quality time in with: Ted Price, Alex Evans, Neil Patrick Harris (What?!?!—Yeah we know) and the master himsel...[Read More]
Don’t cry everyone! Just be happy to know that the ESA just contacted WhatIfGaming to say that E3 2009, to take place June 2-4, 2009 is not public as many were hoping after some ridiculous statements about E3 2008 not “displaying the games industry’s wealth.” As I’ve taken position before, allowing E3 2008 as a media only event was the right choice and so is the same ...[Read More]
The PlayStation Network is on fire lately, releasing strong unique titles that truly set it apart from its competition. The Last Guy doesn’t sway from this formula of success. This “quirky” title from Sony Japan Studios is a simple yet complex little game that is haplessly fun to play.
Want to know which game looks better than Crysis and requires thee most insane computer worth $25,000? This video will help. Specs include: 3 HD Radeon 4870 X2’s, 8 GB Ram, DX 10.1 Vista Ultimate, and the highest clocked GPU without the need for extreme cooling at 30 fps. Now in all seriousness, this guy has no f-ing idea what HDR is about. But he does know how to put on a nerdy voice.
Throughout our lives we meet certain people. Some Most are plain up rude, snobby, and pretentious. Then there are some pretty cool ones. For the new readers, and our old ones who give loyalty another meaning, you’ve all noticed our latest additions of Editors: David Jeffers and Danny Jeffers. While they have been behind the scenes of WhatIfGaming, making all the amazing things possible with ...[Read More]
The “Late Night With WhatIfGaming” is a new series feature of ours. No, it will not have the little blue icon but it is going to be just as significant. Every week we are going to be doing either a video or post about anything we want to show or discuss on (you guessed it) very dark and late nights. Just do not find yourself in this situation.
The “Late Night With WhatIfGaming” is a new series feature of ours. No, it will not have the little blue icon but it is going to be just as significant. Every week we are going to be doing either a video or post about anything we want to show or discuss on (you guessed it) very dark and late nights. Don’t be lame. But you can try.
Two thirds of women with access to the internet love casual games. Some love the Wii, go figure girlfriend! According to a new survey, this large sector in the industry for online games remains untapped and totally crapped out. The potential for growth in this area is also substantial and this is more related to a widening of the market than a growth amongst those already committed to the paid-for...[Read More]
What If…. Stay away from the meds, man What Pacman Sees [goonfleet]
Sometimes the news media does funny stuff. Most of the time, it is Fox News. Next they’ll say Final Fantasy is a sports title Fox News & GTA4 – A Racing Game? [flickr]
There are some things that naturally go good together. Peanut Butter and Jelly, Chocolate and peanut butter, Cake and Frosting but Mario and Medieval style? Perhaps its best let the art experts judge. Were there even plumbers back then? Mario [buttjohnson.com]