New music, west coast tracks, quick review of P.T.S.D by#PharoaheMonch and classic hip hop. During this episode we take a quick listen to Pharoahe Monch’s April 15, 2014 release of P.T.S.D. The album addresses mental illness and various forms of addiction. Hip-Hop DX review of the record is accurate, however from a consumer standpoint the question is, is it mainstream ready? [powerpress]
Today DrinkBox Studios, the makers who brought us the hit indie game Guacamelee!, reveals its first trailer for their new title, Severed.
I @GAMFace will be performing in #brightlightsthefilm Sunday. So I need my crowd to come support me. Cheer me on u know
Science, Technology, Education and Math are on the lips of everyone especially when it comes to leveling the academic playing field between American students and international students in the classroom.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to develop a mobile app? Do you have mobile solution that you feel could make your daily life more efficient or productive? Have you always wanted to find out…
By: Michael Arrietta
Capybara Game’s new indie game Below has been confirmed as coming to Steam on PC in a new trailed titled “Come in from the storm.” The game was previously believed to be an Xbox One exclusive, but it has now been revealed that the game will launch on PC via Steam after a period of exclusivity on the Xbox One.
Below is described as an adventure game with roguelike qualities.…
By: Michael Arrietta
It hasn’t been a very good era for big-budget horror console games. Resident Evil 6 was a massive disappoint, and we’ve seen a lot of indie horror games really taking over the stage. The Evil Within looks like it is going to redeem the genre by embracing it’s roots. Everything about it screams classic Resident Evil, and I couldn’t be more excited/terrified.
This comes as no…
By: Michael Arrietta A recent study carried out by researchers at Oxford University tested whether aggression caused by video games has anything to do with the amount of violence in the game.
For those of us the consume new media content the idea of not having access to information or being denied basic rights seems absurd, but the truth is we have only just begun to enjoy these freedoms as a people. As a collective as recently as fifty years ago entire sectors of people were denied access because of race, nationality or gender.
In 1950 Mr. William T. Robie joined the Empire Board…