is the developer responsible for Spider-Man’s most recent adventures, including
Shattered Dimensions and Edge of Time, which were adequate games, but lacked
one key component: New York City. Both went with separated, linear levels,
leaving behind the open world trappings of Spidey games of old. After a few
years break, Beenox is taking Peter Parker back to where he fits in best, as
the newly announced Amazing Spider-Man movie game will feature an open NYC once
Beenox is pitting the friendly
neighborhood webcrawler against some not-so-friendly villains in The
Amazing Spider-Man when it swoops in this June, and today it revealed the studio's new look for
Rhino, one of the not-so-friendliest foes of them all...
Comic book icon Stan Lee is stepping
out from behind the panel to take his rightful place as a playable
character in Beenox's upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man. Excelsior!
In the most recent round of panels revealed for Saturday of San Diego Comic Con, an interesting new tidbit escaped about games based on Marvel Comics. What's Activision have planned next for Marvel fans?
The University of Southern California has retained the position of “Top School for Video Game Design Study.” GamePro Media and the Princeton Review teamed up to give the school top honors in their survey of their top ten graduate and undergraduate programs. USC beat out 150 other schools for first place in both categories.
Schools were assessed on the basis of a survey with more than 50 questions. Faculty qualifications, post-graduation employment rate and alumni achievement were all taken into account.
The Nintendo 3DS isn't the only portable gaming device that can produce 3D graphics without the need for special glasses. LG's upcoming Optimus 3D phone will achieve a similar effect and has already secured a game publishing partner in Gameloft...
Above: Seven of these people like videogames
It’s been a long road, but at last there is closure in the so-called “violent videogames” case that has been raging for years. In November of last year the EMA (a group representing gaming politically) took the State of California all the way to the Supreme Court for a 2005 law that made it illegal to sell certain games deemed too violent to children. After arguments months ago, the highest court in the USA gave its ruling of 7-2 in favor of the EMA, finding the law unconstitutional...
Nintendo let loose with a ton of new info today, and while the Wii U was defintely the biggest bombshell, there was a ton of great news for current and potential 3DS owners. New trailers were released for pretty much all the upcoming major games, and we've collected the all right here for your convienience.
Have a Tom Nook at these new 3DS XLs...
The 3DS' games drought is double dead, with a new Paper Mario, Animal Crossing, and Fire Emblem all dropping in coming months...