Stop me if you've heard this since the advent of motion controlled gaming. With (piece of software) and (piece of motion sensing hardware) together, you'll be able to work out, gain real results, and have fun while doing it. I don't know about you, but my experience with most fitness games was that they provided minimal results, coupled with minimal fun. Read More.
You may surprised to hear that out of all of THQ's venerable franchises, MX vs. ATV is the publisher's most successful franchise. At 100 million units sold, MX vs. ATV is responsible for more sales than the WWE Smackdown Series, UFC Undisputed, Red Faction, and games within the Warhammer franchise. Read More.
One of the more pleasant surprises of this generation was Red Faction Guerilla, an open world shooter set on Mars that allowed to to destroy nearly any building with a variety of interesting tools. Competing with your friends to see who could cause the most destruction was easily one of the best enjoyable parts of the game. Read More.
All the talk you had as a child of which WWE Superstar could beat the legends of the past can finally stop. You no longer have to keep asking yourself if Stone Cold Steve Austin could beat Hulk Hogan in his prime. That's because WWE All Stars is making its way to consoles to stop all the talk and put the questions in motion. Read More.
de Blob is kind of a weird game. We're not talking about the basic premise which is simple enough. You control a sentient blob that can soak up paint and bring color to an otherwise completely colorless land. Essentially you're committing cheerful terrorist acts to free the oppressed people of this colorless land. Read More.
Are you a fan of the Smackdown vs. Raw games? Do you like your wrestling games strategic with somewhat complex control schemes? Then this game might annoy you a bit so read on at your own discretion. Those who take their wrasslin' games too seriously might find themselves more than a bit miffed at WWE All Stars due to how much it has become a rather simple arcade style brawler. Read More.
Homefront isn't a game for the faint of heart. Within the first few minutes of the single player demo your character will get the privilege of being beaten, thrown into a prison bus, see a bunch of dissidents executed in the street and watch a boy cry as his parents are executed in front of him for no discernible reason. Read More.
Anyone who is familiar with the Warhammer universe can tell you it's not exactly a nice place. Warhammer 40,000 is so dark and dreary that mass murders aren't a tragedy; they're basically business as usual. The Dawn of War games have followed this rather neatly, starting off with an Ork invasion, interference by Eldar and attacks by the Tyranids before invasions by Chaos and traitor Blood Ravens really stepped things up a notch. Read More.
Tim Schafer isn't just known for being a good game designer nor is he just known for being a rather funny writer. No, the man is also some sort of insane genius when it comes to designing games. He manages to take some of the most bizarre concepts and turn them into games that are strangely appealing. Read More.
The MX vs. ATV series has been running for six years now and during that time there have been numerous modifications made to the series. While Reflex, the last entry in the series, brought a number of changes not all of those helped the game appeal to a wider audience. Read More.
There are few games that excite the raw destroyer deep within us as the Red Faction games. In these titles it's not just shooting a soldier or blowing up a tank. It's about seeing how you can destroy everything, from enemy troops to vehicles and scenery, in as devastating a manner as possible. Read More.
Comic book and MMO fans alike; it's time to go back into your past. Recall the days that you wanted to be a superhero. Go and find all those tattered drawings of you dawned in your superhero attire. Remember how the mask went over your face and how you could do things like shooting lasers from your hands. Read More.
Having been privy to the game at E3, I was interested to see what more Eidos Montreal would be able to show the assorted media gathered in their studio. While they told us that we would be seeing that same gameplay, they also promised a new level that would show off the choice-filled multi-path design of the game. Read More.
Homefront was quite the surprise at E3, coming from seemingly nowhere to grab a number of awards (including a couple game-of-shows), putting developer Kaos Studios in the limelight. Earlier, we were able to get some multiplayer hands-on time with the game for a quick preview of what was to come with the online gameplay. Read More.
At the recent PlayStation Holiday Preview event in Toronto, tucked away in the deep recesses of the upper floor, were six kiosks networked together to give a hands on for a unique multiplayer experience. The booth may have been hard to find, but the impact was heard loud and clear. Read More.