With a whopping 71 percent (17 out of 24) of this week’s new releases based on films, it might be time to pop some popcorn, and turn on the old game console. Just be sure ...Read More »
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While some might argue that SCEA’s new PS3 title, Singstar isn’t true karaoke (as the singer’s voice isn’t removed nor reduced in volume), few would argue that the package isn’t overwhelmingly fun. For the past ...Read More »
In the realm of video game journalism, access is everything. By fostering relationships with publishers and public relations executives, journalists are privy to exclusive interviews, art for cover stories, and review copies of games. The ...Read More »
Full Spectrum Warrior has traveled full circle. In 1998 the Army created a $45 million dollar research program, based at the University of Southern California. The Institute for Creative Technologies was a unique partnership between ...Read More »
This weeks Nintendo ships huge amounts of white plastic, that will predictably become dust magnets in a few months. Save some room in the basement between the exercise bikes and the Abdominizer for your WiiFit ...Read More »
With our recent giveaway of Naked Beneath the Water, Tech-Gamers learned of Sean Cain’s directorial capabilities. In our exclusive interview, we also examine another side of Cain, as he expresses his love of gaming. Tech-Gaming: ...Read More »
You have to love PR speak. When gamers recently speculated that downloadable content for Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds was already on the disk, a simple reply could have sufficed. “No premium content is ...Read More »
Strangeness permeates this week’s new release schedule- from a Wii game designed for an yet unreleased peripheral (next week’s Wii Fit) spelled without the ‘double-I’ moniker to DS game based on a twelve-year old PC ...Read More »
On paper, the recipe of Boom Blox would read: take one part Portal puzzles, add the physicality and simplicity of WiiSports control, and cover liberally with the Havok physics engine. But Electronic Art’s new Wii ...Read More »
As the industry moves towards digital distribution, an ever-increasing amount of new titles are starting life on corporate servers, rather than on store shelves. Following the success of the Microsoft Xbox Live Arcade, and Sony’s ...Read More »