With Command & Conquer 3: Kane’s Wrath, the Los Angeles office of Electronic Arts offers its third port of a popular PC real-time strategy game. While past efforts, Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle ...Read More »
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This week’s new releases allow you to unite the world with friendly athletic competition, or splinter it apart in a quest for global domination. Additionally, this could be a sad week for the thousands of ...Read More »
Like many others in the gaming media, we are guilty of perpetuating the hype/neglect cycle. We preview all the new and exciting releases, and then a month after a title’s release, rarely mention them again. ...Read More »
After spending just a few minutes with the recent Nintendo DS release, Arkanoid, we discovered its potentially fatal flaw. When using the stylus control method, players have to press the ‘A’ button to fire the ...Read More »
Last week, the kind representatives at Novint Technologies sent us a limited edition Falcon to conduct our review of the unique 3D controller. After posting a preview of the input device a few weeks ago, ...Read More »
In era when it’s becoming increasingly rare for a 2D shooter to be released at retail, the shmup gods have graced us with Blast Works: Build, Trade, Destroy. As the title implies, mere bullet dodging ...Read More »
Sure, it may be the Same Old Song and Dance, but Guitar Hero and Aerosmith have jumped Back in the Saddle, creating an interesting hybrid. Jaded critics might call this game Crazy, while fans may ...Read More »
It’s been two decades since John Madden Football first appeared on Apple II computers. While we didn’t jump aboard the Madden Bus until the game’s first console release in 1990, we’ve followed the popular franchise ...Read More »
– If you’ve had the unfortunate experience of seeing the red ring of death on your Xbox 360, and have had your system replaced or refurbished, you probably discovered the dreaded DRM woes. Any titles ...Read More »
We have to question one of developer DICE’s design decisions. Their latest Xbox 360 and PS3 title rests on the premise that a group of soldiers are treated as expendable by the U.S. military, a ...Read More »