Your wallet and your social life may be hurting from the year-end buffet of AAA games, but that doesn’t mean you should ignore some of the more noteworthy games from earlier in the year. To that end, we recommend making the time and scraping together the coin to experience these games, even if just for a weekend...
Senate Guard will stand watch over your desk regardless of whether you pledged
your loyalty to the Empire or the Republic. We’ve also got this gorgeous art
book for Star Wars: The Old Republic. Find out how to enter for your chance to
win these two gorgeous inanimate objects…
No, we don't have a full review for The Old Republic done yet. Are you crazy? We're hard at work on it, but we won't have it completed for a few weeks. What we will have, though, is weekly "Review Diaries" which chronicle our journey through the game until we actually get the full review together, starting with our journey from level 1-15...
to be one of the first to play Starhawk? Come on in and grab a PSN code for an
invite to the Starhawk private beta. GamesRadar is giving away keys, but
supplies are limited. So hurry for a chance to sample some Capture the Flag
with extra sides of science and fiction in the spiritual follow up to Warhawk…
Star Wars: The Old Republic launches this week, but we've had access for a few days, and have spent that time digging in to BioWare's MMO. One element that makes it stand out are the Flashpoints, which are essentially SWTOR's take on instanced dungeons. We decided you'd be best served with being able to see the entire thing, so here it is, cut into four parts for your viewing pleasure...
Way back when the Move was a brand-new thing, Sorcery showed that the potential for virtual spell-casting was alive and sparkling. Yet the game promptly sunk from sight and everyone forgot about it. Now it has resurfaced…
the launch of Star Wars: The Old Republic, we have declared that this week is
Star Wars week! To start things off, we bring you our Top 7 favorite games from
a galaxy far, far away.
Our sixth annual celebration of all things amazing in gaming in 2011 continues - in fact, it's only just starting! Now that the feel-good Special Awards are
out of the way, we can start in on the real Platinum Chalices. Looking for the most
satisfying gore, the best sidekick or the game that surprised us the
most by not sucking in 2011? You've definitely come
to the right place...
Once again, we begin our yearly celebration of all things great in gaming, the Platinum Chalices. For
our sixth annual awards event, though, we’re doing things a little differently, posting the Chalices in three parts. So while you can still
expect to see our “normal” Chalices later in the day, as well as our Game of
the Year, we’re starting today off with our special and console-exclusive
awards. If a game deserved a nod for doing something unique this year, or stood out as
the best title to only be available on one platform, you’ll find it here.
Be sure to check back later this afternoon, as our Platinum Chalices continue!
Super Stardust HD, the top-down shooter from the PS3, has a new
iteration bound for the Vita, Super Stardust: Delta. We go hands on with the
twin-stick shooter and blow up some mega sized space rocks...