Duke Nukem: Forever Resurrected
5 CommentsPosted by ITANI on September 6, 2010 under News
"I love the smell of bird crap in the morning." The cancelled Duke Nukem: Forever has been officially confirmed at the PAX 2010 and will be developed by Gearbox Studios. The developer that brought you the cel-shaded shooter Borderlands. Still having a hard time believing this? Check out the image be... more.
Mafia II Review – Salute! or Stugots?
1 CommentsPosted by JonathanMPickering on August 30, 2010 under Reviews
The biggest thing I noticed while playing Mafia II was the fact that this is more or less the anti-sandbox game. Yes, it looks like a sandbox game, it generally plays like a sandbox game, it even has the little mini-map, the menu to check how many people I've run over, and everything else that w... more.
Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days Review – Dog Gone it.
8 CommentsPosted by JonathanMPickering on under Reviews
Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days is one of those games that frustrates me. Not because it's a completely bad play, although I'd just call it decent at best, but because after luke-warm reviews from its predecessor, Dog Days really didn't manage to address or build on the first game in a positive w... more.
No Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep For PSP Go Owners
0 CommentsPosted by ITANI on under News
G3 has found that all PSP Go owners, prepare for big disappointment as Square Enix currently has no plans to release one of the biggest games this year onto the PlayStation Store for Go owners to download. There won't be a digital copy of the game anytime soon. So if you're a PSP Go owner and wanted... more.
Top 10 Upcoming PS3 Games
0 CommentsPosted by ITANI on under Articles & News, Featured
The PS3 has had a strong game line up in 2010 thus far. With the Tokyo Game Show just around the corner I'm sure Sony has many surprises for its fans. Also who cares about motion control? All this news about the PlayStation Move and Kinect is irritating. Why wouldn't you want to play games while jus... more.
PS3 Mafia II Patched
1 CommentsPosted by ITANI on August 27, 2010 under News
Just in time for the release of Mafia II, the PS3 version of the game has been patched. When gamers first insert the game, they will automatically be welcomed with a message to install the Mafia II patch 1.01. The patch weighs in at 17mb. What could something so small patch? It could be getting th... more.
Sony Opens Countdown Website To Reveal New Game
0 CommentsPosted by ITANI on under News
Sony has opened a countdown website to reveal a new game. From the countdown alone nothing much is shown other than a man knitting. The word that is found in the website's URL 'amimono' is a Japanese word which translate to knitting. The game is being developed by Sony Japan so we aren't sure if t... more.
Evil Dead references in Video games
3 CommentsPosted by Raymond on August 26, 2010 under Articles & News, Original Content
Evil Dead has been called many things over the years and some of the descriptions that have been floating around are cult classic and the "ultimate experience in grueling terror". And even though lead actor who played "Ash", Bruce Campbell, from the Evil Dead trilogy might be more recognizable from... more.
Castlevania – Harmony of Despair Review
0 CommentsPosted by JonathanMPickering on August 23, 2010 under Reviews
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night 2? Well, not really. Videogamesblogger.com Castlevania: Harmony of Despair is an interesting take on the 2D action/rpg platformers that have won over the series and fans of Castlevania for more than a decade now. It's another Konami title, with the biggest d... more.
Crackdown 2 Review
1 CommentsPosted by JonathanMPickering on under Reviews
Familar territory from the first. Gamerant.com The one thing that keeps popping into mind when thinking about the sand box game Crackdown 2 is: standard. Yeah, it's fun to leap 35 feet in the air and rain down seemingly endless rocket launcher barrages on unsuspecting mobs of enemies, watching ca... more.
Comic Book story arcs that should be games (part 2)
4 CommentsPosted by Raymond on August 20, 2010 under Articles & News, Original Content
Comic book fever has not left the cinemas yet and by extension, they have not left the consoles either. Most recently Scott Pilgrim vs. the World has found its way into video game land and is currently receiving decent scores on the PS3. Since video game developers are continually looking for comic ... more.
Red Dead Redemption Legends and Killers Review
2 CommentsPosted by Brandon on August 17, 2010 under Reviews
The impressive world of Red Dead Redemption just got a little larger. Legends and Killers, the first of several paid content packs planned by Rockstar, brings along a nice amount of additions for fans of the multiplayer portion of the game, but seems to leave the campaign out to dry. While the game ... more.
Starcraft II Will Allow A Free Name Change
0 CommentsPosted by Brandon on August 16, 2010 under News
A recent post on Blizzard Entertainment's community site, Battle.net, has revealed plans to allow a free name change for Starcraft II players who were quick to choose their user name, unaware that it would become their sole identity in the game and its forums. It was also revealed that following the... more.
What Batman: Arkham City Needs
0 CommentsPosted by Raymond on August 14, 2010 under Articles & News, Original Content
The next installment of the "Arkham" series, Arkham City, is going to be the game that makes or breaks the "Arkham" video game series. Batman: Arkham Asylum proved that a licensed game could be game of the year material and now they've got to prove that the first game was not a fluke and they better... more.