In under a month, Call of Duty will be returning to World War II. Although this may disappoint those who embraced the series transition to "modern warfare", World at War will be running on the Call of Duty 4 engine and plays just as crisp and quick as its predecessor. Read More.
Previews By Warren Dunlop
We were recently able to briefly get our hands on the ninth addition to the Tony Hawk series. With EA jumping into the skateboarding ring, the latest Tony Hawk is truly a pivot point to the future success of the franchise. Boasting new Nail-the-trick features, different skater classes, a full-fledged video editor, and bringing back a portion of the create-a-modes, Tony Hawk's Proving Ground has a huge amount of potential. Read More.
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is the squad-based, first-person combat shooter set to release November 5th, but the multiplayer beta has been released slowly to the public in the last two weeks via Xbox Live. August 27 was its first day it went public, tokens given out at the official game website to those keen on the site at 12 noon. Read More.
On our recent trip to X'07 Canada in Toronto, we encountered more than just sequels to groundbreaking titles; we encountered some wicked looking siblings to groundbreaking series. The masterminds between the Hitman series, which has now become a theatrical release, have returned to make what looks to be another hit (pun intended). Read More.
Most people that came across the Midway booth seemed to advance on Stranglehold to get a quick play in before its release this just past Tuesday. Upon fulfilment of gameplay and questions alike, they would advance on to the next booth either quickly glancing at BlackSite or simply not glancing at all. Read More.
The much discussed, much anticipated, always copied but never matched PGR4 even brought its own set of stylin' and profilin' cars to X'07 for attendees to take a passenger seat spin in. The line grew enormously after the infamous power outage at the event and kept going despite over-heating engines and police reports. Read More.
Which game did I run for first after the PS3 Launch Party in Toronto had got underway? Project 8. Why? Because I knew it was gonna rock. Now your asking, did it Warren? Did it really? Hell yes it did. Read More.
We've been awe-stricken for quite some time now, drooling at the idea of a vehicle smashing into hundreds of different parts after being swept off the road (or cliff) by another vehicle, that which could be possibly classed with fewer wheels than your current rig. Read More.
Millions of PS2's were shipped with an incredible title that has continued a multi-million selling series. The next installment to that series is here, and here with some new features that will no doubt make this one all the more intense. Read More.
Bring yourself back fourteen years, back to a day in which Quentin Tarantino actually wrote and directed a movie, back to the good ole ear cuttin' days, and relive. Reservoir Dogs comes back with the same story still playing in non-chronological order, the same characters, all which will be playable, and the same gallon large splotches of blood and guts. Read More.