Yes, your boss is evil. The fritzy coffee machine and the copier are evil. The guy in your department who says, “long lunch today?” is pure evil. There’s probably a sub-cavern in hell with extra bubbly lava reserved for people who say “taskforce,” “mindshare,” “workflow,” “ping,” “team player,” “value add” or “pro-active.”
Imagine living in a society so accustomed to war that its citizens simply can’t cope with not killing each other en-masse for any extended period of time. Unsettled by lasting peace, the restless populace in The Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces craves constant bloodshed, smoldering wreckage, and destruction.
The Sims 3 is much more than a game. You can make art with The Sims 3. You can make money with The Sims 3. You can even make real-world friends with The Sims 3. You just need to know where to start…
Fact: zombie invasions suck. Just ask anyone who’s been through one, and he’ll tell you: “bluurble gurrble braiiins.” Does that sound like the guttural moaning of someone who had a good time? No, it sure as shit does not.
Can you think of a giddier prospect than Mario Galaxy 2? It’s a joy just watching the trailer: an upbeat confection overflowing with ideas. As galaxy after galaxy barges onto the screen it’s like watching EAD Tokyo’s thought processes made physical, ideas popping into existence before your very eyes. The giddy magic flows through (perhaps stems from) Miyamoto.
The community videos on Singstar have already given us much enjoyment. But not every video can score 5/5. There are hundred of videos in every rank, right down to one star.
The clips shown in the video below all came from that very special category. And remember, these are viewable by anyone who owns the game. That's right - they wanted you to see
Videogame movies are, with a few exceptions, awful. This is not news. It’s not surprising. It’s a sad fact, which gamers with any sort of taste in movies resigned themselves to years ago. And yet, every time an announcement of a new game movie comes down the pike, we foolishly think it might be good, forgetting the brazen, burning contempt that Hollywood harbors for games and those who play them.
You may be familiar with Andy Riley's superb book The Bunny Suicides. We liked it so much, we thought we'd create an homage to it, using everyone's favourite flower-headed people.
These Pikmin burned too bright for this world. Rest in pieces
What happened to gaming? The past two years haven’t been about blockbuster games. The most exciting, most innovative, most playable games aren’t from the usual suspects. Instead, they’re being made by coffee-shop artists who are absolutely outclassing the establishment. Who are these heroes? Where did they come from? How did they do it? And, anyway, what the hell is indie gaming?
See Keyboard Cat, teh ROFLCOPTER and watch a Giant Enemy Crab wreak havok in our video, and check out our hands-on preview of this extraordinary DS game