Brain-eating robots. DNA-stealing aliens. Hundreds killed in extra-terrestrial firefights. On paper, the Destroy All Humans franchise sounds like one of the most violent experiences gaming can offer. But mixed in with all the vicious action are farting mechs, cartoony anal probes and some pretty clever jokes from the writers of Spongebob Squarepants. Big Willy Unleashed, the third entry in this enduringly popular series, keeps all of the humor and over-the-top alien weaponry of its predecessors
Water is mucky: Its transparent and innocent nature disguises rocky minerals, sewage, treatment plant chemicals and all manner of grim things that fall off human bodies and get sucked down the drain. And so it is with Dewys Adventure, a watery challenge that flows through and pilfers from countless gaming strata like a bottle of Perrier with a swag bag tucked under its
Even though this Wii-exclusive title was just revealed a couple of months ago, we've already got two previews covering his wet 'n' wild exploits. Up until this point, it was a hands-off experience. Now we've spent a good while slipping and oozing around his sugary sweet universe and can clear up a few nagging little issues.
First, Dewy's a drop on the go. He certainly does like to glide around as you tilt the world with the remote, and as such can be a slick lil' maniac to control. Getting him
You're a blessed dew drop out to save the world. Still with us? If you are, you could be in for a real treat - the just-announced Dewy's Adventure may look childish and saccharine, but hey, so does Mario. While we're not ready to put this Wii exclusive on par with Nintendo's main man, the game does sport some workable ideas that easily make it a title worth watching.
Making full use of the remote, Dewy puts you in control of the Saturday-morning-esque world rather than li'l Dewy himself. The
Rally car racing is a sport in transition. Like mixed martial arts, it’s spent the last several years carving out a slice of mindshare from sports fans eager for new spectacles. Rally has long been popular in Europe and Asia, and now has growing mainstream acceptance in America thanks to the late Colin McRae’s efforts to hitch the sport to the X Games.
Wednesday 10 May 2006
The first details of Disaster: Day of Crisis - which was unveiled at today's Nintendo pre-E3 press conference - have emerged and shed a little more light on this intriguing new Wii title.
In the game, players assume the role of Ray - a former member of an elite rescue force - and must weather the storm as a barrage of natural disasters pummels the United States. The catastrophic game of cat-and-mouse includes racing away from hot volcanic rock and ash, dodging falling
November 16, 2007
For a game that includes city-decimating tsunamis and monster volcanoes spewing red hot lava at you, Disaster has remained remarkably low key. Still, these first in-game screenshots revealed by Nintendo this month suggest the game's on track to deliver a pulse-pounding adventure. Even if the hero is called
Sweaty Disney geekery taken to nearly unwatchable heights...
Why the return of the mouse is going to change everything.
WARNING: Hastily written Mickey gush by an unabashed Disney nerd...