I make it no surprise. When it comes to televisions and home media players, there’s no other brand I’ll recommend or even own in my home other than Sony. They build the best gear in my opinion (I’m not being paid to say this) and are worth the extra bucks over the competition as far […]
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I don’t get a chance to write about video games often, so I am pleased to be able to provide a rundown of the games I have enjoyed playing the most this year. I may not be a professional game reviewer, but I know what I like vs. what frustrates me in video games; and even in a time where my free time has dwindled (yes, part of my living involves watching movies and writing about them, but it’s still work, dammit!), I still managed to play a lot of games.
It was about a year ago or so when I came across an article on the internet (or as my father so mistakenly calls it; the ‘telecom’) that said roughly only one-third of video games turn a profit. That was rather dismally shocking, considering all the money that’s spent annually by consumers on the massive […]
Check out Why So Blu game reviewers Sam Bushman and Dan Morrison as they preview and commentate on Sony’s Dead Nation for the Playstation Network live from the main floor of Comic-Con 2010 in beautiful San Diego, CA. So sit back, relax and enjoy this exciting video commentary as only Dan and Sam can deliver on […]
Game developer Zen Studios attempts to bring a light hearted and over-the-top mini golfing experience to the Playstation Network with Planet Minigolf. Game reviewers Sam Bushman and Dan Morrison take on all that Planet Minigolf can dish out with its 4 unique locations and dozens of holes. Even with all the provided content, can Planet […]
Game developer Proper Games brings two Capcom arcade classics to the PSN with Final Fight: Double Impact. Game reviewers Sam Bushman and Dan Morrison relive days long past with Double Impact’s two offerings, Final Fight and Magic Sword and decide whether this package is worth the $9.99 or not. As always, feel free to post any comments, questions, counterpoints, […]
Game developer W! Games takes on the challenge of bringing the Real-Time Strategy genre to the Playstation Network with Greed Corp. Game reviewers Sam Bushman and Dan Morrison dig into this recent addition the the PSN and discuss whether Greed Corp is worth the $9.99 price tag. As always, feel free to post any comments, questions, counterpoints, […]
Game developer Zereo attempts to bring Game Art’s 1985 PC classic Thexder to a modern audience with their remake, Thexder Neo. Game reviewers Sam Bushman and Dan Morrison dissect this recent addition to the Playstation Network store and weigh in on whether this title is worth the $9.99 price tag. As always, feel free to […]
Why So Blu’s gaming experts Sam Bushman and Dan Morrison recently sat down and tackled the Playstation Network downloadable game Matt Hazard: Bloodbath and Beyond. You’ll find out everything you want to know about the title in this informative 10-minute video game review only our resident gaming experts can deliver. Whether you want the inside scoop […]
One of the more unique arrivals on the Playstation Network is the game Switchball. Brought to us by developer Atomic Elbow, Switchball offers a very wide array of ingenuity and entertainment that you’ll be hard-pressed to find in other games. This recent addition to the PSN library is another welcomed debut for an already impressive lineup […]
Tower defense games have been around for quite some time. This ever-popular genre has now made its way to the online Playstation Store. Two such games that we’ll be looking at today are Savage Moon and Crystal Defenders. Both have their pros and cons and we’ll discuss these in more depth below. Read on!