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We're all forced to begrudgingly frown upon the non-game-related assets that are flaunted about in bikini tops at game conventions, that is, if we are to satisfy the culturally implanted political correctness nodes jammed into our frontal lobes. But the truth is, ethics are bullshit in the presence of glossy skin-tight outfits, and everyone knows it. Just as we like movies which involve our favorite celebs
Booth babes were entirely non-existent at this year's E3. We aren't complaining (alright, we are a little) about the new industry oriented expo, but we've never complained about booth babes either. Have they become passé? We don't think so.
To celebrate this beautifully sleazy tradition, our resident babeologist has laid out 24 pages of the hottest costumed concubines ever to pose on a showroom floor. To see the full-size images, click here or hit the Images tab above. The full gallery
Details are thin, but Sierra announced today that it will bring The Spiderwick Chronicles to a slew of platforms, including the Xbox 360, Wii, PlayStation2, Nintendo DS, and PC. Notice that the PS3 is conspicuously absent, although we don't know
Warner Bros. Entertainment has announced Speed Racer for Wii, DS and PS2. If it's like the show we remember, it'll be coming to those systems speedily. At least if you consider speedily to be around the same time as the 2008 major motion picture release for the Wii and DS versions of the game, and the film's DVD release for the PS2.
The game will be based not on the cartoon that we know and love. Instead it'll follow the story of the upcoming Wachowski brothers' movie (based on the show)
San Diego's annual Comic-Con is many things: a testament to the enduring appeal of comics, a geekstorm, and a cultural collision of all those things like anime and sci-fi and videogames that used to be niche-y but have found their way into mainstream acceptance. It's also a great place to go and see gorgeous paid spokesmodels in ridiculous, skimpy outfits mingle with less superhuman, garden-variety babes in equally ridiculous, skimpy outfits...
Star Wars: Force Unleashed is a fantastic idea. Forget all the morality bumf, the good-or-bad dilemma. Let's just get busy with the Force Lightning, Force Choke and Force grab a humoungous Star Destroyer from the sky and smash it into the ground for fun. Like in this new trailer.
While the beginning is clearly not gameplay, the actual in-game antics still stand up well. It's a bit like Jedi Knight - one of, if not the best Star Wars games ever made. If LucasArts can create a fluid,
GamesRadar hit the town hard last night and snapped all the hottest girls at all the hottest parties. No interviews. No names. Just great shots of the sexiest ladies at E3 right
Hardcore Nintendo fans certainly weren't the focus of this year's press conference. True, we saw the Wii Zapper revealed and finally got confirmation on Mario Kart Wii (due Q1 next year) and Super Mario Galaxy's release date (November 12), but the real focus was the company's continued audience expansion. In addition to showing Brain Age 2 and a new visual acuity game called Flash Focus, Nintendo unveiled its secret weapon for its next casual carpet bomb - Wii Fit, an exercise program that uses
Tuesday 10 July 2007
So there we were, lounging in the bar of our hotel in Santa Monica, sipping daiquiris and enjoying the live musical noodlings of the Cross Heart Jazz Experience when David Silverman, the director of The Simpsons Movie, strolls in with a honking great tuba slung over his shoulder and joins the band for a head-nodding, chin-stroking jazzmatazz of sweet, sweet ear sex. And we thought the tuba was only good for making comedy flatulence parps. Shame on us.
When the lights
The glory days are well and truly back for Sonic fans, thanks to Sonic Rush Adventure on the Nintendo DS, which looks absolutely stunning in this first gameplay footage.
In the video, Sonic blazes around the place, pinging off sprints, grinding rails, pulling mid-air stunts and spinning through all types of scenery. Just like before, it looks like the stunts and boost move makes for a game where the fast-paced action never stops.
This is the way Sonic games are supposed to be - stupidly fast,