When Mercenaries 2 was announced over two years, we were ecstatic. The original game was one of our favorite titles of the last generation; it deftly combined the sandbox gameplay of the GTA series, with ...Read More »
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With the exception of MLB: The Show for the PSP, we have found portable baseball games lacking in both control and complexity. In comparison to their home console brethren, handheld titles are frequently watered-down conversions, ...Read More »
After a week of enticing releases, and an approaching holiday gaming deluge, gamers may not have the funds to fuel their gaming habits. Currently, the quality of browser-based titles now rivals (and frequently, bests) some ...Read More »
Tiger’s secret- drivers bigger than his head. Every year, Electronic Arts struggles to offer enough innovation in their franchise games so that players ...Read More »
Wow, is it Christmas in August? Publishers are pelting us with three wonderful RPGs, a first party Nintendo title, a Ferrari sim, and the ability to learn Chinese. Maybe we’ll learn how to say,”I’m happy, ...Read More »
Much like Rock Band, Singstar is a fully-realized, music-based game that was designed around the ability to add additional content. The developers of both games constructed their titles around an easily accessible store for purchasing ...Read More »
Everything you wanted to know about Galaga Legions, but were afraid to ask. Like most historic game companies, Namco hasn’t always treated it’s classics as respectfully as they should. ...Read More »
As the latest example of both episodic gaming and digital delivery, Ratchet and Clank: Quest for Booty, is a harbinger of the future of the gaming industry. Unlike recent efforts, such as Penny Arcade Adventures: ...Read More »
While Tokyo citizens deal with wild monkeys, PS3 owners in the EU will be able to play with virtual ones. SCEE’s EyePet, due in ‘late 2009’, will use the oft-neglected Playstation Eye Camera to create ...Read More »
Refinement, not development, appears to be Sony’s PSP game plan. While many expected revolutionary changes before the PSP 2000 was announced, we merely received a slightly thinner unit, with s-video output. Now, the law of ...Read More »