PS3 players of Bethesda's newest and greatest Elder Scrolls game, Skyrim, has still been unable to play the DLC that others have been enjoying. And with the third installment, Dragonborn coming out soon (December 4th), Sony supporters have got to be getting antsy. Read More.
News Articles By Naomi Brown
For those of you who want even more of Commander Sheppard, EA has answered your fevered fan cries and has announced upcoming DLC for Mass Effect 3.
Leviathan, both the name of the DLC and the name of the ship you are hunting, features a rogue reaper that Sheppard must track down. Read More.
During the annual Summer Showcase, EA has confirmed that it's bringing back a popular expansion from the Sims 2 into the Sims 3: Seasons. With this expansion of course comes the changing of the seasons over your neighborhoods, along with tons of season activities for your pixelated folks to enjoy. Read More.
For those of you who haven't yet heard of The Binding of Isaac, it is a very twisted game in which an abused, naked boy moves through a twisted, hellish basement to try to escape from an insane mother who wants him dead. Read More.
If you were to go to amazon.de right now, they're currently listing a release date and price point for the Wii U. Nintendo surprised a lot of folks by not giving a price or release date for the upcoming console at E3 2012 and many are speculating that it may be because the price is going to be a little on the high side. Read More.
Starting with Making Magic, most players of The Sims have been familiar with the supernatural element being introduced into their game play. For many, it is a hotly anticipated addition to the main game. Sims 3 had already introduced a supernatural element into the game with the unicorns in Pets, vampires in Late Night and the Genie in Showtime. Read More.
For those of you wanting a few more games to round out your Playstation Vita collection, here's your chance. Konami has released Metal Gear Solid HD Collection on the Vita along with some updated graphics and Vita capabilities. Read More.
This year we at GamingExcellence had the pleasure to attend the Ubisoft E3 media briefing. Naomi Brown, mastermind of this article, and Daniel Acaba, Managing Editor of our glorious site, decided to give their thoughts on both the show and games therein. Naomi's work presents the bulk of this article and Daniel's can be found in the bold font. Read More.
If you're looking for something to waste a few couple minutes of your precious, precious life, you may want to check out the following: Game Characters Get Real. Read More.
Yes, you read that correctly. Students at MIT have managed to finally manipulate the campus' Green Building to look and behave like a giant game of Tetris. The game is fully playable, with changes in the lighting of the blocks depending on how far along you've gotten in the game. Read More.
Soul Caliber 5 allows players some serious freedom in customizing their characters appearance. But Namcoi thinks that sometimes originality just can't beat an old favorite. So in the interest of keeping old favorites alive, they've released a new DLC that gives players the ability to recreate some Tekken characters. Read More.
Alan Wake's American Nightmare may be coming to a PC near you in the future. DSOGaming found an entry in the Steam registry for the game, indicating that it could see a release at some point in the near future. Read More.
Resident Evil 6, the latest in the series was originally scheduled for a November 20 release date. In a change from normal date movement news, Capcom has announced that the release date will be moving UP to October 2 instead. Read More.
So everyone knows that gamers drool and slather over their favorite games, waiting like rabid dogs for the next big announcement. Or, most of us do anyway. Where's YOUR drool rag? In any case, gamers have been waiting and kind of expecting another Crysis game. Read More.
So for American players of Mass Effect 3 who are P'ed off at the (some say) less than satisfying ending, there may be action you can still take. File a complaint with the FTC! Or the Better Business Bureau! Read More.