Every day more and more future gamers are practically born with controllers in their hands. Games have been around long enough that former gamer babies are now fully grown gamers, wondering how they can give ...Read More »
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Eminem responds to the critics of his last album. In 2006, a wake-up call was delivered to Grand Theft Auto developer, Rockstar. For far too ...Read More »
We like to call this screenshot, “Killing the Undead” to peeve our logical readers. While today’s now-gen consoles allow for brilliantly intricate worlds to be modeled on our high ...Read More »
A number of adventure titles for the Nintendo DS have tried, with varying degrees of success, to replicate real-world settings. Phoenix Wright thrived outside of the courtroom, where players we asked to locate blood stains, ...Read More »
While we should be ecstatic with the release of 82 SKUs this week, we lament the absence of Little Big Planet. The highly anticipated title will be delayed until new disks can be printed because ...Read More »
Adam “Tidegear” Milecki reviews Art Style: Cubello for the Nintendo Wii Cubello is the second game to be released in Nintendo’s “Art Style” series of WiiWare games. For my take on the the ...Read More »
In 1993, as the John Madden Football series was establishing a foothold on 16-bit consoles, developer Electronic Arts took a creative and unexpected move with a franchise spin-off. Mutant League Football used the same engine ...Read More »
Look, it’s a licorice jellybean orgy! Since the launch of Wiiware, Nintendo has needed a ‘killer app’ to establish the virtual store’s ...Read More »
Long before man first started drawing lines between the stars, space has been an infinite playground for our imaginations. What we can never fully explore fuels our urges to do so even more. Nothing can ...Read More »
This week seems dominated by licensed games; from the school-banned Bratz to the predictably panned Tak, publishers seem to be vying for the tween dollar. Avatar, Hello Kitty, Naruto, and Goosebumps, are also filling store ...Read More »