The Brewery – Getting started with PSP Homebrew

I already covered how to get started on the 3DS. Let’s take a look at another handheld. It may not be as modern, but it’s still a viable option for modern handheld emulation, especially on a budget. Let’s take a look at the PSP and how to install Custom Firmware (CFW) on it. First, a bit of history. Early in the PSP’s commercial life vulnerabilities were quickly found, but,...[Read More]

Overview: What to expect from The Division

Tom Clancy’s The Division is set in Post-Apocalyptic New York and is set to release on March 8, 2016, just a few hours from now (unless you’re on PC, then you already have it). The game takes place after a new variant of the Smallpox disease has infected most major cities across the United States and  the rest of the world, including Asia and Europe. After five days of the disease sweeping t...[Read More]

Overwatch Release Date Leaked

UPDATE: Blizzard has posted an official statement on the matter with details on how and when the beta will work. Looks like pre-orders not only come with early access to the open beta, but they’ll also come with a key to get someone else into the open beta early.   Thanks to an ad wrap that has since been taken down, has given us more details on the upcoming Overwatch release. T...[Read More]

Friday News Fix 8 – 03/04/2016

Hey guys, Friday News Fix 8. GO! Game Streaming Service Utomic Launches – Utomic is a new game streaming service that takes the traditional game streaming concept and turns it sideways. Rather than playing a game on a server farm and having the video streamed to you, Utomic actually downloads part of the game to your PC so you can start playing right away while downloading the rest of the ga...[Read More]

Harmonix is Crowdfunding Rock Band for PC – and That’s OK

Yesterday, Harmonix announced that they’re turning to Crowdfunding and Investment platform Fig to help fund a PC port for Rock Band 4, which has drawn a lot of questions and even ire from some outlets. For Harmonix, it looks like a desperate cash grab, especially with the massive $1.5 million goal they say they need and This must be a joke but April fools day is a month away. Why does a publ...[Read More]

Team Fortress 2 Competitive Beta Announced

Hold on to those limited edition hats, and prepare to show off your weapons. Team Fortress 2 Competitive play is coming! After announcing last spring that Valve would be bringing competitive matchmaking to the ten year old game, Valve has finally made their first move. Valve recently opened a Steam Community Group dedicated to beta testing the update, and testing will be going in to full swing soo...[Read More]

Friday News Fix 7 – 02/26/2016

Hey guys! It’s friday, so you know what that means… It’s Friday News Fix 7! Woo! Not a ton happened this week, but here’s a few highlights:   Xbox Live free games with Gold for March 2016 –  Lords of the Fallen, Xbox One Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishment, Xbox One Supreme Commander 2, Xbox 360 Borderlands, Xbox 360 Playstation Plus free games for March 2016 ...[Read More]

The Brewery – Getting Started with 3DS Homebrew

Hello, let me introduce myself real quick as this is my first article on Gamer Review Guides. I’m Adam, a bit of an enthusiast for Indie games and console homebrew. I like my systems opened up and customizable. That’s probably why I also stick to Linux Mint for my main OS. Speaking of homebrew, I’d like to introduce USERLAND homebrew for the 3DS. What is homebrew? It’s unli...[Read More]

HTC and Valve Announce VIVE Pricing and Release Date

HTC and Valve have announced the Vive pricing and release date, just shy of two months after its main PC VR competitor Oculus Rift announced their pricing. While the Rift announced a $600 price and a release date of late March/early April, the Vive weighs in at a whopping $800 and also has an early April 2016 release date. At first glance, the price difference is striking, but it isn’t witho...[Read More]

Friday News Fix 6 – 2/19/2016

Good Morning everyone, and welcome to Friday News Fix 6! This week was a big one for Gaming and Gamer Review Guides, as we had a couple of announcements, the DICE Awards, and added a new writer to the site! You may have already seen some of his work, and you’ll see more in the future. He’ll be doing a bit of everything, including news, reviews, and helping out with the Friday News Fix!...[Read More]

Fallout Wasteland Expands but at a Cost

News from Matt Grandstaff, Global Community Lead at Bethesda Softworks, brings “radiance” this week to some upcoming Fallout 4 DLC.  Three add-ons have been announced which include customized robo-companions, capturing creatures to battle or tame, new content for settlement designs and an expansive new island full of rads, quests and high-level loot. Bethesda is also planning on releasing more add...[Read More]

Friday News Fix 5 – 02/12/2016

Hello again everyone and welcome back to the Friday News Fix! This here’s episode 5, and we’ve got some hard-hitting stuff this week. Let’s get to it! C’mon, wtf… Apple — Tyrone Rodriguez (@tyronerodriguez) February 7, 2016 Binding of Isaac Rejected from iOS App Store – According to Eurogamer and the above tweet from Binding of Isaac: ...[Read More]

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