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Sitting here holding in my hands an early copy of EA Sports' NCAA Football 2012 (the game officially drops on July 12th), I'm reminded of the new state of online gaming that is quickly becoming the norm. Included with every copy of the game is a code or online pass that allows you to access various online features. This is free with the purchase of a new game. But, if you buy this game or games that feature some form of pass used, you'll have to pay an additional fee.
As we look at what's down the road for video gaming, the future looks to be slightly more costly.
With PSN down, the Guy and Yasar Show has had plenty of time to sit around idly waiting for its return. And "waiting," we mean I've been destroying Guy at Halo Reach on Xbox Live. All disses, aside, the news for Sony this week has been getting worse and worse. The PSN network went down last week without any notice and now Sony claims there was a security breach.
However, we've found the silver lining for them with news on Sony portable gaming and tablets.
This week, the Yasar and Guy Show has rounded up the latest video game news that promises to directly affect your man purses (or lady wallets) in a good way. Many recent money predictions from industry expert Michael Pachter (known to be very accurate in predicting changes in the market) have pointed to future savings for gamers worldwide.
Last week I listed the top five video game-related items that should be on every gamers wishlist this season. I also mentioned that many games will be seeing price drops over the next few weeks. Well, the drops have begun and two big A-list games have already gone cheaper.
Today is a pretty momentous day in the world of gaming: It is the day that Gamestop gets into the tablet game and releases game-specific Android devices. This is a bold step that could change the state of video game retailing as well as tablet gaming in general. Or it could be, using the parlance of the gaming world, an epic fail. Today we'll take a quick peek behind the curtain of America's largest game retailer's foray into the hardware market.