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Cats are awesome. Of course, if you're a dog person, you probably don't like cats so much - which is actually a great reason to read this article. It will change your mind. That said, being someone who's actually allergic to real cats, virtual ones probably hold a much greater appeal. I'm hoping some of my enthusiasm will rub virtual cat hairs off on you.
Having now disturbed you more than any other intro in recent times, allow me to open the bag and let out the most important cats in gaming.
In this week's episode of GamesRadar's Trailer Trash Theatre, Chris Antista and I bring on GamesRadar graphics guru Cheryll Del Rosario for some good ol' fashioned trailer-bashing. We've rounded up a handful of trailers for PC games, from point-and-click to simulation, and others in between...
Some robots make cars. Others make candy. We need cars and candy to sustain our unsustainable lifestyles, so those robots make sense. Videogame robots, however, don’t generally make Toyotas. They don’t make Tootsie Rolls, either. They definitely don’t make sense...
Who doesn't love zombies? Well, apart from Jill Valentine, communists and possibly the Wolfman. It's also a well known science type fact that the living dead automatically make any game they appear in amazing. And who are we to dispute scienticians? That's why we've taken some games we'd love to see stuffed full of the undead and, thanks to Photoshop, made our zombie dreams so.
Hello there. Are you sitting comfortably? Then we'll begin. Feast your ears on this week's TalkRadar UK featuring Mr Cundy, Mr Houghton and Mr Irvine as they cover topics ranging from being more scared by a child leaping from behind a door than most 'scary' games and George appearing in listener's dreams. We've also got....
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Traditionally, July is a pretty dry month for game releases. Most of the big titles have either already hit shelves, or won’t be released until late fall so as to jump on the ever-more-crowded (but still lucrative) holiday-release bandwagon. This July, however, is a little different. There’s not a great deal to look forward to, make no mistake, but there are a few high-profile games – including a few long-awaited platform exclusives – lurking on the near horizon that should be worth your attention. Here’s what you should watch out for, and when (based on US release dates)...
We watched a lot of trailers at this year's E3. Most made us want to poke our eyes out with whatever pointy cliché you can imagine. Thankfully, there were also a fair few humdingers. All of which we've handily catergorised in one place inside. Just do us a favour and resist the urge to whoop and holler like you were actually in one of those infuriating E3 crowds.
With E3 2010 barely 24 hours behind us, it’s hard to clear our minds and think about the biggest and best things we saw and played. In fact, the past four days are such a blur it was hard to nail down just four pages worth of all the awesome stuff on display. But, rather than sit around all weekend and wait for Monday, we dragged our tired asses in for one more meeting, figured out the most memorable stuff and got this thing ready to go.
The best part is, the result is so different from even our usual E3 awards lists. It’s full of a wide variety of games instead of shooters, shooters, and more shooters. So while we know Black Ops, Bulletstorm, Medal of Honor and Killzone 3 will be great games, the abundance of creativity from other sources stole the show. So, here’s what we loved...
There are lots of things we want to know: Lotto numbers for the next year, how to make a real lightsaber, when this whole “Twilight” mania will finally end… But the thing we’re most eager to know is what this E3’s most talked-about games are going to score when it finally comes time to review them. So, we’ve consulted psychics, mediums, and our own future selves to obtain one last batch of wisdom from the future – read it now or you’ll have to wait until the rest of time catches up...
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