Archive for February, 2011

PSN Makes JRPG Lovers Happy

In: Articles by Leah "WhiteGodiva" Haydu

28 Feb 2011

Great news for…well, for me. Hopefully for you, too! Japanese developer Square’s role-playing games were truly in their heyday on the Playstation One, but these days they can be a little difficult to track down unless you like the idea of paying upwards of $100 without even being assured of the discs’ condition. No longer, [...]

MidiFighter: Where DJ and Street Fighter Meet

In: Articles by Miguel "DaddyGamer" Gonzaga

28 Feb 2011

I’m always in search for something cutting edge, useful, and entertaining. Guess what? I found one and it’s based right in the my backyard, San Francisco Bay Area. The MidiFighter allows you to create a customized midi controller that can be mapped to everything from analog buttons to scroll wheels. Better yet, you can customize [...]

Does Easy Mode Make You Not a Real Gamer?

In: Articles by Leah "WhiteGodiva" Haydu

27 Feb 2011

I finished Dead Space 2 a few days ago, but I had to turn the difficulty down to easy to do it. Now, reading this sentence has likely elicited one of two reactions from you: Either you have gasped in horror at my stunning lack of skill and are currently composing a response featuring gratuitous [...]

Rest In Peace, MGC

In: Articles by Leah "WhiteGodiva" Haydu

27 Feb 2011

If you’re a regular browser of gaming websites, you’ve probably noticed something strange in the past day or so.  Where many sites (including GameHounds) previously listed their writers’ XBox Live gamertags using a service called MyGamerCard.net, there are now no avatars, no gamertags, and no list of recently played titles. Instead, there are boxes thanking [...]

Review: MicroBot

In: Reviews by Chris "FighterAce100" Salazar

26 Feb 2011

Have you heard of MicroBot? I hadn’t until I randomly started searching through Xbox Live Arcade titles one night and I think I may have found a diamond in the rough. This game has not had big advertising or much credit tossed its way, good or bad, but it’s a great, addictive little shoot-em-up game [...]

Meet the Hounds: Leah Haydu

In: Website by Leah "WhiteGodiva" Haydu

25 Feb 2011

The GameHounds staff list just got a little bigger this week. If you noticed already, there’s a new byline that appeared: Leah “WhiteGodiva” Haydu. You may know the name as one half of Some Other Castle and you’ve probably heard her on the site’s website, Some Other Podcast. She’s also been a guest on GameHounds [...]

Go Ahead. Upgrade Your PS3, But It’s a Pain in the Ass

In: Articles by Miguel "DaddyGamer" Gonzaga

25 Feb 2011

With all the new titles and demos about to hit the PS3, I’ve decided to embark in what seems to be a painless proposition: Upgrading my Playstation 3 hard drive. I read several how-to articles and viewed some Youtube videos and thought to myself: I can do this. Technically, it was easy: buy new hard [...]

Top Four Games for Driving Drunk — or Designating a Driver

In: Articles by Dave "Holy Goalie" Gardner

23 Feb 2011

The conversation started innocently enough: What games are the best for driving drunk? We at GameHounds are all adults, and sometimes in an Xbox Live party chat, the conversation just goes its own course. So when Edie Sellers posed this question, I took suggestion of the Ginger Bitch and decided to give you my list [...]


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