It's been a long time since anyone set foot in the relentlessly punishing town of Silent Hill. Before this week, our most recent preview dated back several months, nearly back into 2007, and no other outlet has seen or heard much since. What horrible shapes have been lurking in the darkness since the last time Konami offered a peek? We've got the answer, spread across three days of exclusive Silent Hill: Homecoming coverage.
We've covered Mafia II extensively over the last week, unveiling all sorts of exclusive new tidbits about the swank 1950s crime drama - but the real highlight was getting to chat with 2K Czech's Daniel Vavra, the game's writer and director, via e-mail. Vavra's script for the original Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven helped win the game critical acclaim and a cult following; with the sequel poised to dwarf it in size, scope and pretty much
Heroes, cities and decades change, but in the world of Grand Theft Auto, the hard-working hooker will forever remain. No matter what the year or console, we can always count on her to patrol our virtual streets and stir up our real world controversy. Isn't it time, then, that this beloved gaming icon received the spotlight she deserves? And more importantly, isn't it fun to laugh at really cruddy last-gen graphics? We think so.
"Everything about Vice City positively reeks of genius."- TotalGames.net
"San Andreas successfully fuses its grand scale with consistently clever missions..."- GMR Magazine, Nov. 2004
"[GTA III is] the most innovative, outlandish, brilliant video game I've ever seen."- Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine, Jan. 2002
Genius? Clever? Brilliant? Really?
Well, OK, yes. As a series, Grand Theft Auto has always been heaped
Ever since Sonic Unleashed was confirmed earlier this month we've been digging up all kinds of Sonic tidbits for you to chew on, from his rise and fall to the best moments the series has produced over the years. Today we're diving into the cringe-worthy missteps Sonic has taken since his inception. The Rise/Fall article spelled out, in detail, how the franchise has slid since 1991, but
TV shows about videogames have been rubbish since the very dawn of time, no? Well usually, yes. But there are glimmers of hope. Join us on a trawl through television history as we appraise the situation.
Admit it - you’ve thought about choking quite a few videogame characters to death. Whether it’s an annoying sidekick or a particularly tough boss, there’s no denying that the urge to bust somebody in the mush hasn’t seized you. There are a lot of deserving punks we could put into this article - but the most aggravating offenses come from the cutest characters. Those fluffy types just there to make a game more
Got a fast internet connection? Then bag yourself the Rom Check Fail game and Tetroid 2012 before somebody demands they’re taken offline permanently. If they haven’t been already. Just a little tip for you there. And now, here are some amusing/cute pictures of cats...
Eight days until the whole gaming world pulls a sickie. Eight days until Grand Theft Auto IV finally launches and we can stop thinking about it and start playing the damn thing. So what say we all heighten our anticipation with another dose of brill GTA action courtesy of lovely YouTube users?
By now you've probably heard the utterly insane news about Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe. Our first thought was "hm that's 10 years after Marvel vs Capcom guys," but immediately after the inner snark died down we started trying to compile a list of who will and won't make the cut. Then we heard Ed Boon say Batman, Superman, Sub-Zero and Scorpion were all on board and that further characters will be decided by popularity and how well the compliment the other franchise.