Are plasmas dead? They might be as we enter into Seen in HD this week.
Seen in HD settles in for a traditional show space of new, reviews, and sales data.
We have made it to 150, so let's do something special.
After an extended break, Seen in HD is back.
What comes with a subscription to Xbox Live Gold on Xbox One? That's a starter topic for Seen in HD this week
Seen in HD's brief hiatus breaks with Google's announcement of their weird streaming device, Chromecast.
After weeks of arguing about video games, Xbox One, and E3, Seen in HD settles into its natural grooves for something more familiar
Welp, they did it. After weeks of bickering and insisting beyond a shadow of doubt that vision for Xbox One was unquestionably a positive for consumers
Seen in HD took a two-week hiatus, and the show makes up for the loss with a near two hour extravaganza of E3 talk, keynote rundown, and debate. Sony, …
What else could Seen in HD cover this week other than the announcement of the Xbox One?
A gaming-centric show this week as Blu-ray/media news fell off a cliff into an unknown abyss.
Seen in HD is back, with an update on my TV woes, which might actually be useless if a Kotaku editorial predicts the future of the device.