Sam Fisher has gone from shadow warrior to wrecking ball. Splinter Cell fans may remember the series as somewhat sneaky – a matter of waiting for the right moment to knife someone in the back and plonk their body in a darkened stairwell. Conviction asks, why wait?
What to expect
- Another red-ringed Xbox 360- Dave revealing that he rubs pizza on walls- And that he's up for a fight...- Giant cock. Roaches- And lovely, lovely Dobles
To those who say the Wii doesn't have enough games for those over 17: you are so wrong. However, if you were to say there are too few M-rated titles that aren't on-rails shooters, we'd probably agree with you. That said, Dead Space: Extraction and House of the Dead: Overkill were among the best Wii games this year. Hoping to round out this trio of excellence in bloody, on-rails shooting is Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles, which we
The Chaos Space Marines are doppelgangers. They’re the Venom to the Space Marines’ Spider-Man; the Sith to their Jedi. They’re best buds with the dark gods of an obscure dimension. They gussy up their power armor with gaping skulls. And among the varied-shades-of-villain factions of 40k fiction, they’re a great candidate for their own expansion to Dawn of War II.
Back before you were a gamer, we didn’t have the multi-button, clickable-thumbstick, solar-powered controller gizmos you have today. We used to have to invite friends over and work together to push down the A-button because it was too stiff to move on our own. If we were lucky, we’d get two, maybe three good presses in before it got stuck and Mario just had to hope the rest of the level was flat.
You thought Japanese game design was weird? Ha!
Only once you’ve wandered into StarCraft II’s greased-metal cantina and engaged in conversation with embittered mercenaries, or spoken to Jim Raynor’s crew about armour upgrades and the like, do you begin to understand why, and how, the Terran, Protoss and Zerg campaigns will be split into three separate titles.
THE INFO BOX
Post date: October 16, 2009
T-Dar 73 length: 1:46:28
Intro song by: Anamanaguchi
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If you paid any attention to Comic-Con 2009 (and based on our experience there, about a billion of you did), you no doubt heard about Capcom’s amazingly generous giveaway: a remix soundtrack to Marvel vs Capcom 2, with music provided by 10 proven hip hop artists such as DJ Qbert, Talib Kweli and Raekwon. Oh, and it’s an actual, playable record
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