Target begins a special buy two get one free promotion on video games today, and it is live now. According to a new flyer, the deal is good for all new, used, last-gen, new-gen, and pre-order titles, and will run until Saturday Nov. 16.
The deal is perhaps going on to entice customers to purchase Playstation 4 games with the console arriving next Friday.
If three brand new games are purchased, the third becoming free essentially saves the gamer $20 off of each game assuming they are $59.99 each. A Target RedCard adds another five percent bonus and free shipping. more >>
Call of Duty: Ghosts surpassed Grand Theft Auto 5 as the fastest selling game of all time, hitting the mark in just one day as opposed to GTA's three day former record.
"Call of Duty is by far the largest console franchise of this generation," said Bobby Kotick, CEO of Activision Blizzard, in a news release from CoD's developer. "More people have played Call of Duty this year than ever before, logging four billion hours of gameplay."
Call of Duty: Ghosts' early reviews so far have been mixed as many feel the game is just an updated clone of the last installment. more >>
A Tennessee-based couple threw away every single electronic device that each of their three children owned in an effort to teach them the value of face-to-face human relationships, which they are now advising families to consider doing for the sake of raising children who embrace physical social interaction versus technology driven relationships.
Pastor Todd Stevens of Friendship Community Church in Mount Juliet, Tenn., along with his wife, Erin, leader and founder of "Nashville Strip Church" ministry, disposed their seven, 10 and 13 year-old-sons' IPods, IPads, Ninentendo DSi's, PSP consoles and their Nintendo Wii game system six weeks ago.
Initially, the Stevens tried to have their sons become less dependent on their devices by limiting their time with each electronic. However Erin grew tired of bargaining and placing conditions so they could spend extra time together. more >>
Franklin Graham urges Christians to fulfill the Great Commission by telling their social media contacts to watch "The Cross."
Franklin Graham in his post, 'Go Around the World Digitally' writes:
I'd like to challenge you with the following verse and thought: more >>
Legend of Zelda executive, Eiji Aonuma, has made a humorous video to showcase the new A Link Between Worlds game in which he reenacts some of Link's moves in the game.
The video takes places in New York City as Aonuma runs away from two American Nintendo employees after leaving ComicCon. In the video Aonuma affixed himself to a wall copying Link's new ability. The look of the wall move is similar to becoming a sort of moving "cave painting."
A Link Between Worlds received two new trailers last week; one about the game, and one focusing on the music. more >>
Call of Duty: Ghosts creators, Infinity Ward, has revealed a new style of gameplay called, "Broadcaster Mode" on a Vine account.
"Yes, it's happening #CODeSports," the short clip said, which can be seen here.
There is no further information on what the features of the mode are and how it will function, but one can assume the matches will be commentated throughout the game. more >>