Nov 21st, 2007
To state that most movie adaptations of videogames thus far have been crap is akin to pointing out that napalm doesnt make a very good sandwich filler. It just doesn't need to be said. People don't even try to defend Street Fighter: The Ultimate Battle and nor do Subway do a footlong Vietnam Special. But it didnt have to be this way.
Not the napalm thing you understand. That stuffs always been a bit too spicy. No, the fact of the matter is that in several cases brilliant movies
Nov 19, 2007
Rock Band has taken game peripheral innovation to a whole new level with its revolutionary controllers. But why stop at musical instruments? For the full rock and roll experience, we suggest that someone out there immediately begin production of the following Rock Band USB
Nov 6, 2007
The could-actually-be-decent film adaptation of Return to Castle Wolfenstein is on hold until the end of a writer's strike in Hollywood, says writer/director Roger Avary.
Speaking to SCI FI Wire, Avary, who also co-wrote Beowulf (the film where Angelina Jolie gets her CGI baps out), said that he "is almost done with the script and am proud of it, but everything as far as the production date and that kind of thing won't be decided on until after all this [is] over. And I fully
Oct 18, 2007
According to the Entertainment Software Association's 2006 report, 38 percent of gamers are females. These numbers are down from 2005, when the fairer sex reportedly accounted for 43 percent of the pie.
It seems that gaming continues to be a mostly male affair, so what's the best way to penetrate this demographic? Judging by the sex-filled ads we've seen over the years, it looks like the best way to a young man's wallet has - and always will be - through his pants. Read on and
Aug 16, 2007
No one really knew what to expect. When we got the invite to flicker/fusion/frequency, it was billed as a videogame-themed installation/performance art experience at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. What we saw when we arrived was truly inspiring. The artists, Rachel Torrey and Steve Dye, had turned the MOMA's state of the art theater into the ultimate gaming setup. Forget your wimpy "home theater," this was "theater theater," as in 60 foot screen and full, throbbing
The recently released Resident Evil 5 trailer is currently causing a storm of debate across the internet after one critic - a single, solitary person writing on a blog - fingered the game as being racist in its depiction of black people as "inhuman savages" and for the fact that a white man in military clothing is employed to destroy them. It's an interesting opinion, certainly, but one that we happen to think is wrong.
While a cursory glance at Resident Evil 5 may give the impression that
When the lovable interns here at GamesRadar aren't slaving away, we're forcing them to act, missing lunch in the process. Below you'll find the fruits of their cinematic labor as they journey through the abridged history of survival-horror's monster franchise, Resident Evil.
If you haven't yet seen the Resident Evil 5 trailer in question, do so here. Controversial? Discuss in our forums.
And be kind. We made them do it.
Rats aren't very cute, but neither are bugs, monsters and hillbilly pickup trucks. But somehow Pixar has been able to take those characters and make some pretty great movies. Whether or not the videogame tie-in for Pixar's next animated film, Ratatouille, can borrow that mojo and make a game that appeals to everyone remains to be seen, but now we've got a trailer to give you a better idea of what to expect.
Our recent look describes the platformer as borrowing "everything from Super Monkey