Drew Karpyshyn, a lead writer for
BioWare blockbusters like Mass Effect 2 and Star Wars: Knights of the
Old Republic, has announced he will be parting ways with the Canadian developer to focus on non-gaming projects...
This weeks edition of Trailer Trash is bigger than Ron Pauls internet marketing team – its bursting at the seams with new trailers, tech demos, and gameplay footage. Naturally, weve sarcastically criticized each one for no reason other than its fun. Get comfortable, theres an express shipment of delicious streaming video on route to your eyeballs.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
This must-see tech demo shows off The Force Unleasheds three simulation technologies and how they work
EA has started releasing music from its past and present videogames to the iTunes Store.
Available for purchase via EA Trax, tracks from such titles as Def Jam Icon, SSX 3, Need for Speed Underground 2 and Burnout: Dominator have been unleashed - including a version of The Doors' "Riders on the Storm" that Snoop Dogg remixed exclusively for Need for Speed Underground 2. Get your gats
If you’re like us, then beating the snot out of virtual Nazis gives you a warm feeling that usually only occurs naturally when your mom makes you cookies. As such, we’ve been on something of a slow season for Axis powers pummeling since last year’s Wolfenstein reboot. Lucky for us, Sega is going to inject some serious superhero into the formula and break the dry spell in 2011 when they release Captain America: Super Soldier, a tie-in with the upcoming Marvel Comics film...
Back in ye olde days of 8-bit gaming, we didn't have teh interwebs or in-depth FAQs to get us through hours of repetitive dungeons and mindless enemies. We had to do it all ourselves, patiently praying for a wave of cheat codes to come in the next issue of Nintendo Power. Then, after countless hours (literally, because no game would count the hours) we'd see the ending... just to view another 8-bit sunset.
Seriously. Another one. How many games do you think end with a scene of the main
September 7, 2007
Sadly for gamers with Xbox 360 and PS3 shooter The Club on their Christmas lists, the game has slipped to early 2008, Sega confirmed today. We must admit, when we last saw the game in action it didn't look very near to completion (although that was a few months ago). Still, 2007 is already looking like having the most expensive tail-end of any year ever with so many great games coming out, so this will at least give us a chance to fill our pockets again before The Club opens