Every time a game is successful, critically or commercially, folks start speculating about sequels. Will there be a sequel? How many sequels? When will we see the sequel? What will happen in the sequel? Who shows up in the sequel? Sequel?
From its inception, the idea behind Week of Geek has been “as niche as possible.” To some, an article about videogame music is obscure enough, but as an ardent fan of all things VGM, I wanted to truly geek out and talk about game music that references other game music.
In a medium full of perfect teeth, washboard stomachs and breasts that have their own gravitational pull, it’s rare to see characters with disabilities. But they do exist… and they’ve done some badass things. Be it killing gods, eating hardened soldiers or even creating the Nintendo universe; being physically challenged never got in the way of this bunch’s fun.
Disabled and deadly in: Metal Gear Solid 3:
Once again, Trailer Trash saves you from the boredom of slick, glossy, overproduced game trailers with a fine selection of craptacular awfulness guaranteed to make you\xA0 give up your favorite hobby. To wit: we have an entire page dedicated to Daisy Fuentes and her immovable boobs (that's page 2 if you want to click ahead.)
In real life, everyone knows sharks are perfectly lovely creatures that hold down good jobs, drive responsibly in hybrid cars, and almost never prey on humans. In popular media, however, they’re vicious aquatic bastards who like nothing better than to sneak up on unsuspecting swimmers and devour them as gruesomely as possible, preferably in front of an audience.
The Top 7... 2008 games we can't stop playing - Really makes you wonder why 2009 even bothered.
The 15 worst-reviewed games of the past 15 years - Of course we've got audio from the shittiest standouts.
Editors Brett Elston and Chris Antista took some time last week to interview representatives from some of the biggest games Comic-Con 2009 had to offer.
You're listening to...What to expect...
- The rugged beauty of Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood- George's politically incorrect beat 'em-up game idea- Is the increased RRP for Modern Warfare 2 a rip-off. Answer: Yes. Sort of- Find out which console and game the gang would save from a burning building- Confession time turns into a group therapy session about pee-ing while drunk
Post date: Wednesday 29th July
Editors Brett Elston and Chris Antista snuffed out the raging nerd-flames that demanded they stay on the move at last week's Comic-Con and sat down for some some 'professional' discourse with some of this year's biggest developers. The entire collection of interviews can be heard in the TalkRadar Comic-Con special, but if you're picky, you can listen to any of the individual interviews here. Allons-y!
Chris Antista and Brett Elston spent their weekends slaving away over hot laptops to bring you this very special episode of TalkRadar, which delivers all the Comic-Con game coverage you could possibly care to hear out of ear buds.