Sunsets, love, war, babies, baby war… There’s just no telling when and where exactly musical inspiration will strike. Well, with the exception of this here article. Using GamesRadar’s collective knowledge of games and music, we managed to scrape together numerous instances of game soundtracks that were, let’s just says, all too familiar for an expose decades in the making.
Few cities in gaming are as convincing as Grand Theft Auto IV's Liberty City. Considering the scale of the place, it's incredible. But something's not quite right.
We ranted, you replied. Now the discussion continues.
A lot of official game art comes through our inboxes every day. Produced by game developers and distributed by their public relations teams to the media, eye-catching official game art is the stuff that magazine covers are made of and are often posted on sites like this.
If you’re fortunate enough to own an iPhone or iPod Touch, you’re also unfortunate enough to have tried browsing the gadgets’ application store. With over 35,000 downloads currently available, finding the quality in all that quantity is growing increasingly difficult, frustrating and costly.
Founded by a group of religious cultists who worship an unexploded megaton bomb, who then built their church at the centre of the crater the bomb created. These Children of Atom believe that the atomic masses released by nuclear bombs contain whole universes and are therefore sacred.
How about being constantly surrounded by the most upbeat, glass half full folk any of us are ever likely to meet? Full
The first footage of Modern Warfare 2, sequel to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has been aired in a TV commercial. It's only 15 seconds long, but it shows some incredible action, including what appears to be hand to hand combat.
Top 7… gut-wrenching choices – or, as Charlie admits, the Top 7… decisions.
Motion controls are coming to Xbox 360 – first avatars, now motion silliness. Could a handheld MicroBoy be far behind?
Punch-Out!! exclusive boxer reveals – see, GamesRadar gets cool exclusives too.
More shitty Spider-Man audio – from the Sega CD game we vow to reference once every four podcasts.
One Rapture-loving Radar editor hates the sequel already. Here's why.
Red Faction: Guerrilla, a free-roaming romp across the fully destructible surface of Mars, is shaping up as one of the surprise hits of 2009, not to mention a minor technical triumph.