This week publisher THQ releases three new titles, in their ongoing attempt to dominate shelf space. While Frontlines: Fuel of War and Destroy All Humans! Big Willy Unleashed may be worthy of your coffers (we ...Read More »
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The Game Developers Conference has come a long way since it’s inception in 1987, where it was humbly located in Balance of Power creator Chris Crawford’s living room. Now, the largest annual gathering of game ...Read More »
With The Club, developer Bizarre Creations has taken the trigger-finger twitch of Geometry Wars and somehow merged it with the finesse of Program Gotham Racing 4. The basic premise of the game resolves directing one ...Read More »
It looks like publishers have caught the sequel-itis bug, as there is only one title that hasn’t seen a prequel, or been released on another system. Somewhere Xzibit is popping Crystal, as his Pimp My ...Read More »
Two Dead Rising Games? It seems Capcom has filed a complaint with the MKR Group, owner of the Dawn of the Dead film copyright. The publisher is claiming that “humans battling zombies in a shopping ...Read More »
After getting our fill of recent Xbox Marketplace title, Omega Five, we at Tech-Gaming have been mourning the loss of a nearly forgotten genre- the shoot ‘em up. Affectionately called the ‘shmup’, by fans, the ...Read More »
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What’s one of the most worrisome trends in gaming? When a publisher deliberately scales back game content. Lately, there has been some speculation that some of the larger industry companies have not included levels, weapons, ...Read More »
After getting a retail box copy of Devil May Cry 4 for the PS3, we loaded the disk into our console, and started the loading process. Despite Penny Arcade’s satirical complaint about the twenty minute ...Read More »
We at Tech-Gaming remember Wargames. Predating the 1980’s Mathew Broderick, global-thermal nuclear war film, these games were sold at outlets that dabbled in twenty-sided dice and lead figurines. War games were sold in cellophane zip-loc ...Read More »