Yes indeed the Giant Chicken is back in this rowdy video game nod to Family Guy. I wasn't quite sure what to expect when walking into the demo for this one, but I was incredibly blown away by how hilariously fun this game was. In it, Stewie is being chased by his half-brother Bertram throughout the multiverses (apparently because Stewie has killed Bertram and now a multiverse version of Bertram is trying to stop him). Read More.
Previews By Naomi Brown
Klei Entertainment, the same company that created Shank and Eets has come up with another challenging game within the traditional 2D format. One of Mark of the Ninja's first appearances was in the form of a text based adventure to introduce the basic premise of the game. Read More.
ZombiU is a planned Wii U exclusive from Ubisoft; an entry into the library of Nintendo's newest console. It's a pretty good indicator of the capabilities of the Wii U controller and was very interesting and fairly intuitive to play on. Read More.
Out of the entirety of E3, Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit came as perhaps my own personal most surprising title of the show. In it, you play a prince of hell who's been caught with naughty pictures of his rubber ducky in the bathtub. Not entirely sure what he's been doing with said ducky, but the pictures, once posted online, are bad enough to hurt his reputation. Read More.
Welcome back to Pandora in Borderlands 2, 2K's sequel to the cell shaded shooter that brought the cutest dancing robot ever into our living rooms. If you don't know Claptrap, love Claptrap and belong to the Cult of Claptrap, then stop right now, buy the first game and fall in love with him. Read More.
At E3, we were presented a new game called Dark. In this upcoming gritty stealth action game, you play Eric, a changed man on a mission. He's woken up, suddenly changed: human one moment, a vampire the next. Over the course of the game you get to guide Eric as he tries to determine what has happened to him and why. Read More.
Omerta: City of Gangsters is a unique look at taking over a city at the height of Prohibition during the Roaring 20's. You, as the main character and controller of a gang, get to decide the best way to expand your mob's territory in this city simulator that takes place in Atlantic City. Read More.
When walking into the demo for Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, I wasn't too sure what to expect. My sole experience with a Transformers game consisted of me getting incredibly frustrated because I wasn't having fun and could barely tell who was on my side and who the enemy was. Read More.
End of Nations by Trion is an upcoming Real Time Strategy Massively Multiplayer Online Game. These two genres don't typically mix, so it's interesting to see how Trion has turned a unit based RTS into a game that can be played online with 80+ players at the same time. Read More.
The Amazing Spiderman is a faithful collaboration with Sony Pictures and a tie in to the new Spiderman reboot. This new Spiderman is focused on several different aspects to bring the webbed superhero to the small screen in a new and exciting way for players. Read More.
Yesterday is a point and click style adventure game from Spain based developer Pendulo Studios. While the company has delivered several other games such as the Runaway trilogy, they've usually focused on more comedic type games. Yesterday is a very different beast, featuring a dark, gritty story filled with mystery and death. Read More.