VIDEO: A soundtrack mash-up so epic it could put you in hospital.
We have some real doozies for you this week. Plus, as an added bonus, we’ve included a movie trailer so bizarre and irresponsible that we just had to incorporate it with the rest of the trash. Enjoy!
A lot of official game art comes through our inboxes every day. Produced by game developers and distributed by their public relations teams to the media, eye-catching official game art is the stuff that magazine covers are made of and are often posted on sites like this.
The first footage of Modern Warfare 2, sequel to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has been aired in a TV commercial. It's only 15 seconds long, but it shows some incredible action, including what appears to be hand to hand combat.
We’re taking a slight detour into the world of television for this week’s audio-visual aberration. More specifically the terrifying, hallucinogenic nightmare that is kids’ TV. And more specifically, the Tellytubbies.
We always knew there was something not right about them. Those vacant, blank smiles. Those lumpy, deformed bodies. The penchant for subterranean living and - sweet baby Jesus save us - that horrific
“Guns don’t kill people, bullets do.” But do they have to? Not at all, and in fact, this is all the destructive power you’re going to get out of shooting bullets.
Nearly a decade after its celebrated release, Marvel vs Capcom 2 is coming back in downloadable glory. The title has stayed popular in the intervening years, fetching stupidly high prices on eBay, and remains the sole reason many have their old Dreamcasts at the ready. But even the biggest Fighter Fans or Marvel Zombies could be confused about the origins of some, if not most, of the characters involved.
People like to see good triumph over evil. It's the reason Superman always wins despite getting stabbed in the face with shards of Kryptonite. Why John McClane beats a skyscraper full of heavily-armed terrorists with nothing but a string vest. And why those pesky S.T.A.R.S. agents always get the better of the T-virus. Sometimes, though, there are games brave enough to spit in the face of convention and let their no gooders go
Seven new maps come with this updated for Time Trial mode: running alone against the clock, in this case through abstract obstacle courses of floating blocks. They’re strikingly beautiful in a different way to the game’s real-world city: spacey, chunky, dreamlike.
There’s no shortage of people who think “videogames” and “music” are two impossibly distant mediums. One is something you do to kill time, the other is the ultimate expression of the human spirit and emotion yank yank blah blah blah. Game music is every bit as moving, long-lasting and inventive as the so-called real deal. It’s also such a relatively new form of music that its entire history has unfolded within our own lifetimes