Boldy Going Where We’ve Gone Before – Redout: Space Assault Review (PS4)

The futuristic racing genre isn’t dead, not if 34bigthings has anything to say about that. The indie studio gave us the Redout racing game released some time back, which showcased a clear inspiration from other games in the genre like … Read More

Gently Down the Stream: GeForce Now, Stadia, and Luna

PREAMBLE: What a year, what a year… It’s been just over a year since the last installment of this series, and, ah…BOY HOWDY, what a year it’s been. With global pandemic raging (not to mention the, um…everything else we had … Read More

In DEE Spotlight: Ratalaika Games

Indie Games are a dime a dozen nowadays, and a lot of indie games and developers tend to get overshadowed by the bigger budget juggernauts that are out there. Indie developers get the luck of the draw though, as most … Read More

State of the CORe – Spring 2019

It’s been a while since we’ve done one of these, and we’ve been busy. We’re in an oddly timed video game release season, and we’ve got a lot of catching up to do. Mortal Kombat was the last AAA game we … Read More

PRESS RELEASE: OUYA ORION

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NEW YORK, NY April 1, 2019- Digital Era Entertainment officially announces its first foray into console hardware: OUYA ORION. Quietly acquiring the rights from current brand owners Razer over Winter 2018, Digital Era Entertainment has reached out … Read More

State of the CORe – Summer 2018

We’ve been busy. A lot of behind the scenes things took away most of our attention these past few months and through a lot of careful planning and plotting we’ve put out some great efforts. Let’s take a look. Our … Read More

State of the CORe: Q1 2018

A year ago today we posted our first ever State of the Core and if you’ve been with us since then, we welcome you all to 2018 despite being two months into the year and already approaching March. If you’re … Read More

(The Next) Step into the CORe

…It’s been QUITE the year, hasn’t it? For me personally, this was a year filled with incredible downs but equally majestic ups. And as I’ve been saying all across social media, one of them has been this very project, the … Read More

State of the CORe – Year End (2017)

A year later and we’re still going. Accomplishments are generally a self-made thing, and when we set out to do this a year ago we had a select few goals we wanted to achieve. For the most part, we hit … Read More

State of the CORe – Fall (2017)

It’s been quite the summer, hasn’t it? The plethora of games that have come out across multiple platforms and there never being enough time for all of them seems a sticking point for many of us. With Nintendo delivering consistent … Read More

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