The recent blog, Peace in the Era of Call of Duty really made me think about war games that dig deeper than simply a kill streak reward. The first game that came to mind was Spec-Ops: The Line and although I haven’t played it, I began to wonder if it did the war genre as...
This Portal 2 animation is an awesome way to say "Thanks for existing!"
Never mind that we've been gone a month! The summertime is normally a very slow period in the gaming industry, and the news lately has been no different. Imagine if no murders happened and no burglaries or assaults ever happened.... What would the news be about then?
If you're in the market for a expensiver (yes, I made it up) version of Batman: Arkham City, it seems like you're in luck. British retailer Play.To let slip this image of a Batman: Arkham City Two-Face Steelbook Edition earlier today. No word on whether any of this is real or if in fact this Steelbook Edition only exists in the Matrix (which is totally real). Hopefully Rocksteady will clue us in as we near launch of Arkham City in October.
With fanboys ever unhappy that they can't fly a jet or run people over with a monster truck in the now-current-gen Grand Theft Auto IV, ingenious PC gamers have created a total conversion of the RAGE engine to modify GTA IV's Liberty City into San Andreas. Go download the mod here. We love San Fierro too, but don't forget about your cousin. They have t*****s on the west coast too right?
Got an itch for impostoring (yes another made up word, deal with it)? No? Not interested in Gotham City Impostors, the Batman-themed FPS from WB Games? Really? C'mon, you won't even try it for free? Awww there we go, I must have said the right words. Register for the Gotham City Impostors beta here.
With all the Modern Warfare 3 Madness today, Activision wanted to make sure that portable gamers got a slice of the inexplicable pie. N-Space, previous developers of Activision DS ports, will be bringing Modern Warfare 3 to the Nintendo DS this Fall. Note the lack of an extra D.
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