The team discuss the merits of DJ Hero as an educational tool, what everyday activity would make a good game and read out your confessions
What kind of year has 2009 been? If we’re honest, a tough one. Practices central to the PC, such as the use of dedicated servers, are being ignored. We’re getting games months after our console cousins. The PC is being increasingly marginalised by publishers who don’t think we matter.
Those publishers are wrong.
Post date: February 19, 2010
T-Dar 89 length: 2:14:17
Intro song by: Anamanaguchi
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Alex Moore gave us a moment of his time at last week's E3 to tell us all about Aliens vs. Predator (and put up with our antics). Listen below to hear the latest gab about the game, straight from the Lead Designer.
Aliens Vs Predator is being shown behind closed doors at Gamescom in Cologne, demonstrating Alien gameplay for the first time. Here's what we thought.
Unlike the rather traditional-looking mercenary gameplay - which looks like Doom 3 with pulse rifles - the Alien side of things is looking very different.
Aesthetically, the game is much more stylised in this mode. The fish-eye lens effect, coupled with some neat discolouration and
Christmas '09 is cancelled, but early next year looks amazing.
We’ve murderised millions of men, killed countless cuddly animals and run over a nursing home’s worth of OAPs. But nothing has ever unhinged us like the computer crappers in the following beastly bathrooms. Unhygienic, grim and often smeared in the sort of bodily fluids you’d associate with Kill Bill rather than the can these are the filthiest game bathrooms we’ve ever seen.
Silent Hill 3
In a tight bind, when
HANDS-ON: Xenomorph, hunter and human taken for a brutal deathmatch test drive.
Snapping an alien’s teeth through a human face is gruesome. Pouring rounds out from a pulse rifle at flickering silhouettes is scary as hell. Lifting your claw to claim a trophy skull is simple fun. And with developer Rebellion returning gamers to the world of Aliens vs Predator today, there’s never been a better time to glance back at some of the best games to embrace the Alien, Predator and AvP films.
So Tatsunoko vs. Capcom kicked our brains into high nerd, and now with Aliens vs. Predator blowing our minds with the crossover potential, we wondered what would happen if our favorite game companies put differences aside and synergized the shit out of all the stuff we love in the name of greater capitalism!