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Take a look at the three DLC packs coming for Need for Speed Most Wanted in our full video walkthrough with the developers...
We check out Criterion's racer with developer Alex Ward. Watch our gameplay demo with the developers right here...
Out of all the early games we've seen for the Wii U, none seem more like a guaranteed hit than New Super Mario Bros U. Read our first hands-on report with the plumber's new adventure...
At yesterday's Wii U event we had a chance to go hands-on with more New Super Mario Bros. U, checking out new levels and even a new game mode...
Ninja Gaiden 3 has been more than a little bit of a question mark since its announcement. To this day, we’re still immense fans of the first game in the series, which was easily one of the finest games of the last generation. That said, Ninja Gaiden 2 was a dramatic fall from grace. Even though it was still a fun game, it wasn’t up to the standard that NG1 previously set. And Ninja Gaiden 3? Well, obviously it’s out for some katana-fueled...
We'd seen the new, more worldly Ninja Gaiden before, as demos for Ninja Gaiden 3 earlier this year saw star Ryu Hayabusa cutting his way through London. Now we've seen a whole new stage, as the deadly ninja explores a desert village in the Middle East. Developer Peter Garza takes us through the stage with new insight and details on the early 2012 title. Join us won't you?
The Ninja Gaiden series is well known for being one of the most hardcore single player franchises around. The next game in the series, March 2012's Ninja Gaiden 3, has that same demanding solo experience, but developer Team Ninja added a whole new experience for the series by including multiplayer. One of the devs for the game, Peter Garza, was kind enough to give us a tour of the mode. Confused just how Ninja Gaiden translates online? Watch this and wonder no more...
You may have seen Nintendo Land today from E3 2012, but we've played the new Nintendo franchise. Is it merely a minigame collection or something more? And just how fun is it? Read our first impressions of the five levels being demoed at the show...
Nintendo Land continues to get more and more impressive, with a recent demo for the Metroid level (or attraction, we suppose) showing off some nice asymmetrical gameplay...
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