Whether it is on war-torn pathways, on the desert floor, or splattered on the linoleum of the mall, this week is drenched in the crimson-colored hemoglobin. We can’t recall a week with such a large ...Read More »
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Race Pro for the Xbox 360 – Developed by SimBin, Published by Atari Creating a unique console racer is a tricky proposition. Current offerings range from the detailed simulations found in Forza 2: Motorsport and ...Read More »
Deadly Creatures for the Nintendo Wii – Developed By Rainbow Studios, Published by THQ No, Treyarch didn’t develop the title. Why do you ask? Last ...Read More »
Anything you say, your Highness! Nostalgia is a powerful drug. It compels me to play every retro-themed compilation that comes along, both good ...Read More »
While we indisputably love gaming, there are moments when we wish developers offered more innovation and diversity in their endeavors. Although today’s games featured high-def graphics that border of photorealism, many titles are built around ...Read More »
The matching shirt and jacket just scream, “Hot Topic!” High school is, at best, unpleasant for everyone. Some may have it better than others but ...Read More »
The buzz at retailers is reaching pinnacle heights, as America is waiting (im)patiently for the return of Ryu and crew. Our local Gamestop claims that all the Collector’s editions have been sold out for weeks, ...Read More »
Critics were noticeably divided when F.E.A.R. was ported from the PC to the Xbox 360 in 2006. Many enjoyed the visceral combat and fluid enemy AI, but bemoaned the overused environments and static game mechanics. ...Read More »
From early skeet-shooting simulations which were little more than motorized transparencies projected on a screen, to the latest entries in the Time Crisis series- we’ve played our fair share of shooting games. With the exception ...Read More »
Ok, Mr. Dragon, I think our microwave popcorn is done, now. As gamers witnessed the proliferation of retro titles on the Virtual Console and Xbox Live, many ...Read More »