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Some ultra high resolution screenshots of Gran Turismo 5 have come to light over the weekend - and frankly we're apalled by their quality. Did they really think we wouldn't notice the low-res textures, blocky 3D and duff special effects? The circa-1996 tree-rendering techniques?
Polyphony, shame on you for not making your game look better. Boo!
Under normal circumstances, a knife would not be able to take down a building. It would be a mismatch. Like Barney vs Godzilla. But anything can happen in video games. Especially when there are glitches involved.
The particular glitch we are drawing your attention to here takes place in the recently released and considerably awesome Battlefield Bad Company 2. It would seem that this particular building on the Isla Inocentes map is
GamesRadar’s annual Week of Hate is back! What is it? Well, stop interrupting me with questions I pose for you and read, you illiterate bastard:
It’s a week of content about the one thing gamers love to do more than play games. It’s a celebration of the bilious loogies we constantly (Tony) hawk at each other, at publishers, and at everything that challenges our immovable opinions (because they’re RIGHT).
If you worked for a shadowy counter-terrorist organisation, what sort of agent would you be?
Aksys Games announced today that it’s bringing an arcade sequel to the well-received 2D fighter Blazblue home to Xbox 360 and PS3. Developed by Guilty Gear vets ARC System Works, Blazblue: Continuum Shift promises three new characters, new gameplay modes, and a host of new moves and stages.
Kratos and Max Payne aren’t names frequently uttered in the same sentence. One’s the bald, rage-fueled protagonist of one of gaming’s greatest hack-and-slash franchises, and the other’s an insomniac gunfighter who’s addicted to painkillers and is soon to make a comeback as a paunchy, bearded version of himself. Above: Let’s stick with Thin Max for now, though
However, there’s one key scene
Another fine piece of DLC for the ever-brilliant Borderlands, this one is strictly for the end-game players, raising the level cap to 61 and ramping up the difficulty. It continues the story of the original game, which sees Atlus Corp invading Pandora and, headed up by General Knoxx, gunning for your hide.
Ungames, God of War III exalted, Final Fantasy XIII defended and Pokemon HeartGold / SoulSilver gets done a prfoundly goofy disservice
"Scrap Brain Zone" is one of my personal favorite VGMs of all time. Up to this point in the original Sonic, the music had been relentlessly upbeat, no doubt meant to mirror the hyperactive running and jumping. With this song, the game takes a semi-serious tone (as it's the final area) and now, for the first time in the game, you feel like something's at stake, something's about to go down and this entire adventure is nearing its end.
Some people go to extreme lengths for charity. You can walk across the Sahara, bathe in baked beans, or endure public humiliation on live TV, but nothing compares to the horror a Canadian comedy troupe endure every year.
Since 2007, Loading Ready Run has played marathon sessions of Desert Bus, possibly the most awful game ever.