Demigod is a real-time strategy game, but it's a different kind of RTS. There's base-building, resource harvesting, and big epic battles, of course, but each aspect is done just a little different from it's genre counterparts. I got a chance to play a beta of the game to see exactly what it was all about, and I walked away from it quite impressed with what the results might be. Read More.
Welcome to Mars, an inhospitable landscape perfect for wreaking some destruction. We recently had an opportunity to try out a near-final build of Red Faction: Guerilla, and in our first of two previews we'll be focusing on the vast multiplayer component of the game. Read More.
World Wrestling Entertainment is set to make another appearance on next-gen consoles this month with the release of THQ's WWE Legends of WrestleMania. The latest title in THQ's WWE franchise comes packed with superstars selected from the first fifteen WrestleMania events, and is a new take on the early years of the sport. Read More.
TrackMania has had quite a few iterations in its series, all on the PC. Now, however, comes TrackMania DS, set to release on March 17th of this year. There are a lot of fans of TrackMania out there, and to see it become a portable title is certainly something worth watching for. Read More.
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.
There are only a few things you can consistently look forward to every year; doing your taxes, getting a year older; and that dreaded annual checkup. Then there are the finer things in life like video games to help chase away those yearly blues. While it is a given to expect a new EA sports title, a Tony Hawk game, and about half a dozen Sims 2 expansion sets a year; the Smackdown series has been successfully churning out new titles in the series without fail every November. Read More.
Illidan the Betrayer has fallen, and with the recent defeat of Kil'Jaeden, the Burning Legion stands leaderless. Who is left to challenge the heroes of Azeroth? Why, the Lich King himself, of course! Raiding has been a staple of end game mmo's for years now, and the second expansion of the mega popular World of Warcraft doesn't plan to change that - it plans to perfect it. Read More.
We all now Superman is faster than a speeding bullet and more powerful than a locomotive but can he hold his own against the Thunder God Raiden? Batman has ruled the box office this summer and seems virtually unstoppable to criminals and do-gooders alike but what if Sub-Zero vacationed in Gotham City? Read More.
Many a gamers were plenty ecstatic when Blizzard unveiled Diablo III earlier this year in Paris, France at their World Wide Invitational. At this year's BlizzCon, Blizzard offered gamers the first chance to try out the mega developer's newest project, and witness the power of the third playable class: the wizard. Read More.
It's been a long while since it's been worth getting excited over a Sonic game. You know, I could be smug considering I grew up as a Super NES kid, putting all my support behind a certain portly plumber. However, Sonic's tragic decline from premier gaming mascot to near irrelevancy has been nothing short of astonishing. Read More.
With the release of World of Warcraft's second expansion, Wrath of the Lich King, less than a month away, it's understandable why there are nearly twelve million gamers excited for November 13th. Northrend is offering a lot more than just a new class and 10 levels of experience to it's massive fan base. Read More.
When I first heard, I felt as if a bomb had gone off.
Bethesda? They're doing the new Fallout? Read More.
After what was arguably one of the strongest (well, critically anyway) franchises of the previous hardware generation, the Prince of Persia series was one that didn't really need much of a reboot to be successful. Still, here we are, with a brand new Prince of Persia title, and it's taking the series in a shocking new direction. Read More.
From the opening screen you can see that. Six silver space stations - majestic in their painstaking detail and even more impressive when you fly close enough to see their size - hover in an ink-black, star-strewn space that seems to fall behind the monitor, keep going into the hard-drive, never-ending. Read More.
SOCOM: Navy Seals is one of the more well regarded first-party games in Sony's repertoire so it's something of a surprise that they would let a fairly rookie developer get their hands on it. Slant Six is fairly new, only having produced the merest handful of games, so what would make Sony put one of their most well known series into their hands? Read More.