With the 3DS launch a little more than a month away, it’s about time Nintendo’s US branch at last revealed what games will be available when March 27 rolls around. 16 total games are hitting retail the same time as the new handheld, but are all of them winners? Probably not...
20th Dec, 2007
Gaming is an up and down experience. Some years cram top quality titles into our every orifice until were bursting with videogame joy and have excess polygons dripping messily out of our ears, while some other years… Well, some other years are 1983.
In 2007 though, weve had a very good year indeed. A scarily good year in fact. One which has provided us so much brilliance on every format that its a genuine worry that the laws of karmic balance will soon bring us a plague
Sometimes, international perception of Australia has us so backwards that we’re thought to ride kangaroos down the street and consider that hat with the corks as the height of fashion. But according to figures detailing Australian and New Zealand game sales for the first half of 2012, the notion of the contrary antipode might be more fact than fiction.
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Call of Duty: Black Ops and Heavy Rain have been revealed as the top contenders for the 2010 British Academy Video Game Awards (BAFTA). They join a list of 44 gaming nominees that will duke it out in 16 award categories during the live event in London on March 16th...
Many game publishers still haven’t announced a single title for Nintendo’s 3DS, but there’s one company that’s more eager than a groupie at a Lady Gaga concert.
Ubisoft, the name behind Assassin’s Creed, Tom Clancy, Rayman, and the recent Prince of Persia titles, says that it expects to have six to eight “key launch titles” for the 3DS when it comes to the US next spring. The studio has not confirmed which games will be available on day one, but we do know that it’s working on Assassin's Creed, Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon, Battle of Giants, Driver, and Petz titles...
has announced sale prices on nine titles across PlayStation Network
and Xbox Live, offering cheap retro reissues of some solid classics
and newer titles alike. PSN fans get their discounts immediately,
whereas XBLA subscribers have to wait a week. Knowing what happens
when XBLA players get impatient (namecalling, griefing, possibly the
Apocalypse), 2K's stepped in with some bargain content available
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was the big
winner at last night's Interactive Achievement Awards (IAAs) in Las
Vegas, scoring a total of five top honors including the coveted Game
of the Year title. Rest assured, the likes of Portal 2, Uncharted 3,
and Super Mario 3D Land were also shown some industry love...
Saving you time once again, we’ve chopped together all the kickass trailers from this week into a single minute of glorious montage (montage!). The song used is “Stand Your Ground” is by is the first track off the Homefront Original Soundtrack, by Scott Cresswell and the game’s composer Matthew Harwood. See all the trailers below in their entirety
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