The Steam monster continues its rampage on our wallets as we press forward to day seven of Valve’s Summer Camp Sale event. The deals are plentiful, and with this year’s dry summer release schedule, Valve is making it hard to make digital purchases in moderation. Just look at the deals! Today’s featured items include Batman: Arkham Asylum for $7.49, Left 4 Dead 2 for $4.99, Grand Theft Auto IV: Complete Edition for $9.99, Far Cry 2 for $4.99, Lost Planet 2 for $19.99, The Sims 3 for $13.60, Prototype for $14.99, Gothic 4 for $12.49, Jamestown for $4.99, and The Killing Floor for $4.99...
It's unlikely that Professor Layton or Dr Kawashima would ever get in an actual proper fight that involved slapping and spitting. Neither of them seem like men of violence. However, they are involved in a fight more important and meaningful than any trading of fists and heavy blows in a dark alley - they are engaged in the fight to win a priceless Golden Joystick award.
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...
If you’re desperate to try the Nintendo 3DS before its March 27 launch date, we hope you live in or near New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, or Los Angeles. That’s because Nintendo has announced the dates for its upcoming 3DS demo tour, which will visit those cities.
Attendees will be treated to hands-on demos with 3DS launch titles, including Pilotwings resort, Steel Diver, nintendogs + cats, Madden NFL Football, LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars, Asphalt 3D, and Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition.
The Nintendo 3DS Demo Squads will also take you on a tour through some of the handheld’s built-in software. If you want to make your 3DS-less friends jealous, attendees will also be able to create a custom Mii character and upload it to their Facebook page or email it to their friends from the event.
You can find specifics on the times and locations for the upcoming Nintendo 3DS demo tour inside...
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
Knowing Assassin's Creed would be coming out on the PC, I made a conscious effort to avoid the console versions for the past several months so that I could have an unspoiled experience on my platform of choice. I'm finally having that experience, and it was worth it, but one thing has been bothering me: it's impossible to stop playing. And not in the "Just five more minutes" way that Sins of a Solar Empire is impossible
Sept 28, 2007
Beowulf: The Film will be out in November, and will be sharing a publicity budget with a Game of the same name. The film is produced by Robert Zemeckis (this isnt the last Zemeckis reference in this weeks Trailer Trash - youve been warned), and features an all star cast including Angelina Jolie, John Malkovitch, Anthony Hopkins, Crispin Glover, and others. This trailer for the game, however, stars a sword falling into a puddle over and over while some repetitive-looking
At about 12:00 pm (Pacific Time), Ubisoft reported on their Twitter feed that their DRM servers are under attack again - and that some gamers are experiencing trouble signing in. This news follows additional server problems that occured this past weekend, which prevented some players from installing, saving, and/or playing Assassin's Creed II and Silent Hunter 5.Both Assassin's Creed II and Silent Hunter 5 require players to be conneted to
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.
A total of 28 game
makers from the Great White North are set to be represented during
the 2012 Canadian Videogame Awards. The Canuck-centric event will be
hosted by David Hayter, the voice of Solid Snake, and honor a number
of high profile games born on Canadian soil...