Defiance makes strong debut at No.3…
The former Gears of War producer's work is done...
Take-Two closes out a fairly strong 2013 fiscal year...
System Works has announced a limited-issue special edition for the handheld
versions of 2D fighter BlazBlue: Continuum Shift 2. For the first time outside
Japan, the BlazBlue: Phase Zero Prologue manga will be available in translated
form alongside the PSP and 3DS versions of the title. This is no “limited to
10,000 copies (unless someone else wants one)” deal though: preorders are
In the blue corner we have The Greatest of All Time. In the red corn... screw it. We just can't bang the mega clichéd phrasing out. What we can do is tell you we'd back Chun Li's thighs of granite in any semi fair fight. That, and we can also inform you that you should vote for The Fighting Game of the Year at this month's Golden Joystick Awards. Full details inside.
Monday 8 May 2006
Codemasters has announced that it will be bringing quirky action-puzzler Bliss Island to PC later this month as a try-before-you-buy downloadable game and will follow it up with a PSP version later in the year.
Developed by PomPom - the people behind the excellent PC and Xbox Live Arcade shooter Mutant Storm - Bliss Island focuses on fluffy main character Hoshi the Zwooph and his unique ability to 'expel precision puffs of air at high velocity from his
It's not like PSP's widescreen hasn't got enough room for a bit of fluffy fun among the shooters and racing games - and so, if we didn't lose you at "fluffy," click the Movies tab above to see a bite-sized demonstration of Bliss Island.
Created by PomPom, the developer responsible for PC and Xbox Live Arcade's frantic shooter Mutant Storm, it's quite a change of atmosphere - asking you to use momentum-based physics to roll, bop and bounce various spherical creatures through a series of
Above: An artist at work
We’ve gotten a lot of mileage out of Uwe Boll’s films here at GR, so much so that it almost feels like beating a dead horse to bring up the lucky hack’s name. Though every person who mocks him should at least see one of his films to really understand what a horrible artist he is, Boll’s film adaptations of videogames are infamous to every gamer online whether they’ve seen the films or not. But haven’t you always wanted to get inside the process of how he craps out his turds? Well soon you will in the recently announced documentary Raging Boll...
An overwhelming majority of gamers are male, so it makes perfect sense for every marketing team in the world to target their software at young guys. And what do all men ages 18 to one zillion love? Girls, gore and big loud machines. If they could make a game about a firefighting bikini squad that hunts down zombies in a decked-out sex/fire truck, world peace would be declared. But until that day, we have to settle with regular old T & A.
Developers are well aware of this, so occasionally
Wednesday 19 April 2006
Japanese developer Hudson Entertainment will be including a flight game for Revolution in its line-up for this year's E3.
The game is currently being referred to as 'Flight Game' and will allow players to control planes using the 'gesture function' of the Revolution controller, then take planes through stunt sequences and bombing runs.
Also in its line-up for E3 is another Bomberman game called Act Zero, which will be released for Xbox 360, and an update of the Dungeon