All Posts from August 2012
Even though the Assassin's Creed franchise has gone mad(den) on us with annual releases, AC3 looks and feels fresh enough to drum up plenty of excitement among the gaming community. … Continue reading →
I can still vividly recall listening to Claptrap whimper "I can...see the code....." playing Borderlands a few years ago, but did you know that the game started out in 16-bit … Continue reading →
Well, after 27 years, Nintendo has finally done it. After numerous iterations on every single system Nintendo has released (and a few that they haven’t), endless pipes, goombas, coins, mushrooms … Continue reading →
Fresh off another award-winning showing at GamesCom, we have for you another awesome how-to trailer for the upcoming tech-noire title, Dishonored. In this video, entitled "The Study of Stealth", we … Continue reading →
EA has sent over a little behind-the-scenes snippet of Linkin Park's new music video "Castle in Glass," in partnership with Medal of Honor: Warfighter. The music video is actually a … Continue reading →
Microprose (formerly known as Interactive Games Group) announced its new title today, a 3rd person team-based shooter called Special Forces: Team X. The game promises to innovate the genre with … Continue reading →
The Kinect has been sitting pretty at a price of $149 for the last couple years, and has been selling like motion-tracking hotcakes. Now, all you cheapskates can join in … Continue reading →
Last week I reported that the upcoming Command & Conquer: Generals 2 , in development at Bioware, was going to be a free-to-play title. When a game goes F2P, typically it … Continue reading →
A new trailer for tactical-RPG Jagged Alliance: Crossfire has emerged and takes us on a guided tour through Khanpaa, a nation under mercenery control. Crossfire is a standalone expansion to … Continue reading →
Courtesy of the folks at PrePaidGameCards.com, we have a pair of giveaways to kick off your Tuesday morning! The first item is one that I just reviewed recently - United … Continue reading →
Sad news at PopCap today as they announce the layoffs of ~50 people at their Seattle office.
Electronic Arts-owned game developer PopCap has seen a round of layoffs that may … Continue reading →
After more than 20 years of publication, Nintendo Power magazine will be shutting down.
Nintendo Power's shuttering comes during a time of continuing struggles for the US magazine industry, which … Continue reading →