Knee-jerk reviews after ten minutes' play-time. As is only right and proper.
In case you weren’t able to jet over to Leipzig and booze with surly eurotrash at the spiritual successor to E3, we’ve collected the show’s hottest videos in one easy place. Because of the show’s positioning in the product release calendar, it’s more about building hype for imminent fall releases and less about shock announcements.
As a professional gamer, you get to travel, compete against the best gamers in the world, and make a living doing it. But is getting paid to play as sweet as it sounds? Meet the Championship Gaming Series' San Francisco team, OPTX. They just walked away from their last tournament with a fat purse of $150,000 after kicking ass in Counter-Strike: Source, Forza Motorsport 2, Dead or Alive 4, and FIFA 08.
In terms of awesome, spaceships are right up there with pirates and ninjas and robots. To celebrate gaming's ongoing romance with booster-powered, warp-fast , proton-firing, wormhole-dodging vehicular imaginings, we thought we'd take a look back at almost 50 years of spaceships in games using the attractive medium of in-game and box-art imagery
GamesRadar is no stranger to the list article. Hell, we've posted at least one every week for nearly two years. They're fun to write, easy to read and get the job done in a fraction of the time it'd take you to barf all that information out in non-list form.
But some topics demand a more in-depth touch, and the idea-nauts at GR are more than capable of delivering wordy, researched material for those with enough time to digest it.
With Halloween around the corner, a handful of horrifying games are being prepped to leave their pants-wetting-induced mark on your couch this fall. Some of the titles listed don’t yet have US release dates (The Last Guy, Ghostbusters, Fatal Frame), but we’re confident they’ll be hitting our shores sooner rather than later. And like any great horror game, the ones listed below require you to rely on your noggin (and a small
Of all Nintendo’s characters, Kirby is the most divisive. Mario, bless his blue dungarees, could appear in a thousand rubbish spin-offs and we’d still love him.
We’re big fans of dicking around, so when someone suggested that we attempt to reproduce a classic sitcom in Half-Life 2’s Garry’s Mod, we cited the “why the hell not” clause of our operating procedures and immediately began violating ragdolls. While our interpretation of the greatest nihilist sitcom ever may not win us any awards at machinima festivals, it can at least inspire some ironic
Videogames often enjoy high-speeding along the temporal tightrope, conjuring its own make-believe predictions of how the next few thousand years or so in Earth history could pan out. So, laid out right here in the present is the future of the world according to videogames. Hold on tight, because we're doing the time warp from 2009 to 7268
Video game characters are increasingly becoming the poster children for gym membership. With most of gaming’s heroes and heroines being chiseled, pert and with cheek bones you could grate cheese on, there seems to be less and less room for the more gelatinous gentleman in the industry.