Jason Lindsey

BlackIce is Senior Editor and Site Founder here at Gamer-Tech. He attempts to cover just about everything interesting in the world of gaming and tech (DUH!) To be honest, he's an old man with a love for just about everything console and PC gaming related.

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Oct 28

Sony Announces A New PS3 Console With A Larger Hard Drive, But Higher Price

Well Sony, this was certainly something that I expected to see now that the new Xbox Slim has launched. Potential console shoppers this holiday season will be able to pick up a new model PS3 that now comes with 320 GB of hard drive storage. The cost of entry for this system?? $350 US, only …

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Oct 28

PSP 2 And The Rumored PSP Phone – Possibly The Same Device?

Tom’s Guide has posted a link speaking about the much-rumored PSP Phone prototype and the upcoming PSP 2 possibly being the same device. Of course, Sony continues to neither deny nor confirm the rumors.If the photos that the Engadget blog leaked out are any indication, this thing looks kinda meh to me, but that sometimes …

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Oct 27

Review: Darksiders (PC)

Some people say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. If that truly is the case, then games like Devil May Cry and God of War must be blushing up a storm right now. So, even though Darksiders imitates other games, is it still worth the price of admission? Is it a decent console …

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Oct 27

Here come the holiday price cuts, but will it help the PSP Go?

In the usual fashion, console makers will cut prices over the holiday seasons to spark buying interest for the company’s console hardware. Sony has announced price cuts in the U.S. and Japan for its much ailing PSP Go handheld system for the upcoming holiday season. Looks fancy and plays nice, but people still aren’t interested. …

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Oct 26

Catalyst Hotfix 10.10c drivers!

AMD has just released new hotfix drivers for all the Radeon owners out there! Make sure you pick them up, if you need them. Grab them from the link here. Here’s a quickie list of the new fixes: OpenGL 4.1 beta support Support for the new Morphological Anti-Aliasing feature  Dead Rising 2 – Crossfire profile (Resolves …

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Oct 26

Review: Xbox 360 Slim Halo Reach Edition

Well folks. Let me comment a bit on my personal history with the Xbox 360. I was an early adopter and bought my FIRST one just slightly after launch. It was the “Xenon” model, aka LOUD, noisy, and it didn’t have wireless built in or a HDMI port. However, it worked flawlessly for almost 3 …

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Oct 26

And So It Begins!

Well, here we go. My first attempt at an adult gaming blog. I’ll be posting various information of interest here that I find from around the web, and of course offer some of my own insights from a gamer standpoint. As technology is always moving forward, I’ll not only be reviewing PC games and hardware …

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