Posts in “Gaming Life”

6 Things To Get Your Gamer For Christmas


Well, it’s that most wonderful time of year again! Don’t know about you folks, but Christmas seems to have snuck up on us at Gamer Living.  For those of you who are in the same boat and completely at a loss for what to get the gamers on your list, we’ve compiled a handy guide of items that gamers or collectors would love to have. Take a look!


posted December 13, 2013 - 7:17 pm in Gaming Life, Gift Guides by

Taking the Games Trading Business Online – An Interview with LeapTrade’s Tony Caputo


Recently, Gamer Living sat down with LeapTrade’s Tony Caputo about his innovative site that allows gamers to trade their games with other players online and by mail –


posted December 12, 2013 - 5:05 pm in Gaming Life, Interviews by

So… Are You Fallout 4 or Not? The Survivor2299 Hubbub


I remember when I was a little girl, my brothers used to play this dirty little mind trick on me to get me all riled up. They’d whisper fake words into each other’s ears, and as soon as I got close enough to barely make out what they were saying, they would both whisper (albeit slightly louder to make sure I heard): “Don’t tell Rachel.”  It drove me nuts. I just had to know what… Read On »


posted November 29, 2013 - 2:00 pm in Gaming, Gaming Life, Opinion by

Toronto Unlocked – Giant Xbox One to Be Opened Today At 4PM ***UPDATE***


Xbox fans in Canada have lent their Gamertags to the unlocking of the giant Xbox One in Dundas Square, and finally the moment will arrive.  At 4PM this afternoon the colossal console will power up and fans get to see what’s inside!  


posted November 18, 2013 - 8:05 pm in Feature, Gaming Life, News by

Toronto Fans Get A Chance To Unlock Giant Xbox One


The Xbox One has celebrated their upcoming launch on November 22nd by having a zombie apocalypse in Vancouver and a race car thrill ride in Montreal.  Now, the giant Xbox One has landed in Dundas Square in Toronto, Ontario and they need your help to unlock it and find out what’s inside.


posted November 18, 2013 - 12:55 pm in Gaming Life, News by

Places to Do: Toronto’s Xbox One HQ

Places To Do - XboxOne Feature

Tucked amidst the chic and ritzy stores on Bloor Street West in Toronto is a simple black storefront.   Welcome to the Toronto Xbox One Headquarters, where visitors can check out the next generation’s Xbox, with its sleek black lines (which the store is very obviously mimics), bold features, and redesigned controller.  Not only that, but people can also get some hands-on time with a few highly-anticipated Xbox One titles.


posted November 6, 2013 - 5:13 pm in Gaming Life, Places To Do by

Places To Do: PlayStation 4 Experience – Toronto

Things To Do - PlayStation 4 Feature

Gamer Living got some early access to a PlayStation 4 Experience at the Scarborough Towne Centre in Scarborough, Ontario. This event was designed to let gamers have a sneak peak at some of the system’s launch titles, and get their hands on the newly designed controller.


posted November 6, 2013 - 2:00 pm in Gaming Life, Places To Do by

Nintendo Shows Off Their Holiday Lineup For 2013


This past Tuesday I had the pleasure of attending Nintendo’s Holiday event for the media, where I got a taste of their upcoming titles.


posted November 1, 2013 - 11:46 am in Events, Gaming Life by

25 Hours Can Truly Make a Difference! Join Us For The Extra Life Marathon.


Gamers usually start out falling in love with video games at a very young age. I know I can’t remember a time when I didn’t play, so it makes sense that we would encourage and support our youth through the same medium that makes us feel so young at heart. And what better way to do that than to take those games and do a marathon for children who need our support the most, because… Read On »


posted October 29, 2013 - 4:42 am in Charities, Feature, Gaming Life by

Garry’s Incident – Bad Reviews Happen (Opinion)


Recently, TotalBiscuit (The Cynical Brit) released a video explaining why his review of a game by Wild Game Studios entitled Day One: Garry’s Incident was removed from public access. So, why is everyone so upset about one video taken down from YouTube? The answer is a simple one, and it enrages game reviewers all over the world: if it can be done to one review, it can be done to them all. Wild Game Studios… Read On »


posted October 21, 2013 - 9:00 pm in Feature, Gaming Life, Opinion by