The relationship between games and movies has always been a tense one. There's something almost violently alchemical about the way the two media usually react to each other. It's like getting hit by a yellow, piss-soaked snowball. Either element can be unpleasant enough on its own, but put them both together and something far more horrible happens.
Games of movies, movies of games, they're both usually about as much fun as the death of a clown at a ten year-old's birthday party. But still we
Nov 29, 2007
You could be a good sport and refrain from taunting and tea bagging other players. But what's the fun in that? Marking your opponents' territory with your own animated sprays in Team Fortress 2 and Counter-Strike is the perfect way to remind the enemy of your superior skills.
You could troll through a dozen forums to figure out how to create your own custom graffiti tag. But luckily, our friends over at Maximum PC can show you how to unleash a barrage of terrifying lolcat
The funny thing about inventing a genre of videogames is that, until it becomes completely played out, every game that emulates your formula is going to be attached to your name. Games that feature a wide-open, freely explorable world, for example, will have a hard time avoiding the label of "Grand Theft Auto clone," especially if their worlds are littered with vehicles to steal and drive.
In the six years since Grand Theft Auto III, a slew of games have tried to become "the next GTA," but so
Today, Microsoft will do their best to impress, showing off the latest from the most highly anticipated titles for the Xbox 360 – and GamesRadar will be there bringing you the latest on Halo: Reach, Fable III, Alan Wake, Crackdown 2, and more. Keep checking this page, because we’ll be updating it with the latest screenshots, videos, and early impressions as the event goes on.
Not a lot of great trailers this week, but the one’s that were awesome were REALLY AWESOME. Most notably, the Crysis 2’s launch trailer, which is where we stole the song “New York, New York” by B.o.B. Find all of the trailers showcased below in their entirety…
The Apple App Store crew released its
list of top North American apps for 2011 this week, naming EA's Dead
Space as its choice for best iPad game and NimbleBit's skyscraper-sim
Tiny Tower as its favorite pick for iPhones.
as part of iTunes' Rewind 2011 feature, the mobile games were chosen
by the App Store team for their creativity, production values, and
overall contributions to the iOS gaming; and not necessarily how much
digital coin they raked in over the past year...
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