This week we see three new releases for the Wii that all begin with the letter ‘O‘, doubling the amount of games for Nintendo’s console whose title begins with the round vowel. Useless statistics aside, ...Read More »
The last half-decade has seen an abundance of Rogue-like titles. Built...
With popular entries like Scorched Earth, Shellshock Live, and the eve...
Why the Hell is Everyone so Nice Here? Great, I’ve died and gone to he...
Potentially, there are a few reasons why you might want to bypass the ...
Recurrently, players have felt the temptation of chasing a secondary o...
Since the podcast craze exploded over the past few years, a number of video game related shows have been created for our listening pleasure (and punishment). This week we examine four that range from side-splitting ...Read More »
While many bemoan the Xbox Live Arcade and to a lesser extent, the Playstation store, for its lack of diversity and digital rights management (DRM) issues, few explore the positive influence digital downloads have had ...Read More »
Courtesy of our friends at Sega, we are giving away two copies of Bizarre Creations new action/shooter The Club, which has been a recent favorite in our offices. With a multitude of characters, eight real-world ...Read More »
This week Sega sends Sonic to Wimbledon and five platforms, Worms pays homage to Bowie, and publisher Clap Handz’ latest opus finally sees release in the US. Xbox 360Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas 2Sega Superstars ...Read More »
To paraphrase a famous marketing quote of the 90’s, “The PSP does what Nintendon’t.” With God of War: Chains of Olympus, developed Ready at Dawn has created a game that takes full advantage of the ...Read More »
Haven’t ponied up for the latest Capcom litigation game? Here’s your chance to get a paste of the game. Maybe in the next title, Apollo Justice can defend the publisher from it’s recent legal woes. ...Read More »
Heed caution to the Ides of March and the boisterous crowds seeking their long-awaited copies of Super Smash Bros Brawl. For the first time in months, we have a number of compelling titles competing for ...Read More »
In 1982, with Christmas rapidly approaching, Atari began work on a game based on the ultra-popular film, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial. After paying a reported twenty-five million dollars for the game rights, Atari gave programmer Howard ...Read More »
Xbox 360Army of TwoBully: Scholarship EditionMLB 2K8 Playstation 3Army of TwoMLB 08: The ShowMLB 2K8 WiiBully: Scholarship EditionMLB 2K8Ninja Reflex DSBubble Bobble: Double ShotLet’s Ride Friends ForeverAnno 1701Chicken HunterEco Creatures: Save the ForestImagine: Figure SkaterMystery ...Read More »