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Treyarch Delivers Free iPhone App for World at War
by Brian Bentley [ Tuesday, 4th of August 2009 - 06:08 PM ]
Today, Treyarch, the makers of Call of Duty: World at War, announced and released a free iPhone application. With this new app, players will be able to track statistics like kill-to-death ratios and weapon usage by simply connecting their gamer tag to their account on www.codwaw.com. They'll also be able to link up with your friends' statistics to compare if you link accounts at www.codwaw.com and get community news and blog updates from www. Read More…
 
Sims 3 World Adventures Expansion Pack announced
by Corey Dockendorf [ Tuesday, 4th of August 2009 - 03:39 PM ]
Now you can take your sims on an exotic vacation! EA and The Sims 3 has announced, via twitter, the new Sims 3 expansion pack known as World Adventures. For those players that are still addicted to this fine long time running game, and have wanted there Sims to fall off a Pyramid/Eiffel Tower/Great Wall, *hee hee* now you can! From the sims3.com: The Adventure is Near… Take your Sims on the adventure of their lives with The Sims 3 World Adventures. Read More…
 
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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 - Ultimate Character Reveal (Iron Fist)
by Jesse [ Tuesday, 4th of August 2009 - 02:34 AM ]
If there’s one thing comic books have taught me, it’s that billionaires with martial arts skills work. It probably the combination of deadly skills and giant piles of money, but they rock. Bruce Wayne/Batman is a humanitarian and one of the scariest heroes on the planet. T’Challa/Black Panther is the king of Wakanda, a prosperous and technologically advanced African nation. But along with everyone else you could possibly think of, Danny Rand as Iron Fist is easily one of the coolest and he’s finally getting the exposure he deserves. Danny Rand was born in New York City to Wendell and Heather Rand. Read More…
 
Comic Con Issue #4
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Monday, 3rd of August 2009 - 11:18 PM ]
Sunday: The Day of Rest...Kind of Given that this day should have been the lazy day, not Saturday, it is no surprise that the final day was even more lazy with a little bit of violence mixed in. Even though it was the day with the least going on, as has always been the case. But it did lead to a few interesting lessons learned about humans. They'll do anything for free stuff and most won't back up big talk when their bluff is called. Sunday was the day with only one thing on the agenda, get a good very public hands on with Lego Rock Band. Read More…
 
League of Legends: Clash of Fates
by Corey Dockendorf [ Monday, 3rd of August 2009 - 06:19 PM ]
In need of a new RTS game before Starcraft II? Need some awesome online play? In that case, I recommend League of Legends: Clash of Fates. Did I mention it's free? Riot Games is bringing a new Real Time Strategy game to the field with League of Legends: Clash of Fates. This is a free online game, which made it's debut at E3 this year. According to the website: League of Legends is a competitive online game set in an imaginative world. Gamers take the role of a powerful Summoner, calling forth and controlling brave Champions in battle. Read More…
 
The Sandbox Narrative
by Kevin [ Monday, 3rd of August 2009 - 04:16 PM ]
There have been more open world, sandbox style adventures in recent memory than ever before. Non-linear gameplay is fully embraced and every videogame genre has felt its influence at one point or another. The ability to turn off, or flat out ignore mission objectives is a must in today's titles and the unlimited access to a living, breathing game world is embraced without reservation. How often, however, have we allowed that freedom to take the place of a well crafted and well explored story? Grand Theft Auto is usually quoted as a landmark franchise for the ability to blend an open and emergent gameplay with a dedicated and evolving storyline. Read More…
 
Hollywood and Video Games: An OpEd
by Ben Brody [ Monday, 3rd of August 2009 - 01:58 PM ]
Two words that should never belong to each other: Movie Game. Let's face it, except for a select few (and let's keep in mind that GoldenEye 007 came out 2 years after the movie did), very few licensed games of a film have been even halfway decent, and yet more and more are coming out. Games from series like Harry Potter and Ice Age have been hits with kids that liked the films, but movie based games have failed to find a home with more mature audiences. Games like Resident Evil, Max Payne and Tomb Raider have spawned successful (Box office wise) movies, yet very few mature movies have spawned successful games. Perhaps it's due to the inherent fact that while in video games, players often feel like they have the freedom to make a choice that will affect how the game turns out. Read More…
 
Aggrocast Ep 37: An Evening With Raychul
by Michael Camacho [ Monday, 3rd of August 2009 - 11:10 AM ]
On Episode 37 of the Aggrocast, we are joined by Raychul of GameGirl.com, Gametopia, and the Gamer's Garage podcast. She talks to us about her recent trip to San Diego Comic-Con 2009 and her experiences of cosplaying as Cammy for the Capcom Booth. We also discuss the sudden lack of comics being hyped up at Comic-Con, the reasons why and what can be done to restore the reason Comic-Con was created. Michael also discusses his time at a local Street Fighter IV Tournament in Rockville, MD that was held by 355 Scion and JC Media. We also cover the games we've been playing, our weekly bargain bin selections, and recent results of Pwned. Read More…
 
Zelda Wii: Five Ways Wii Motion Plus Can Make the Series Pop
by Brian Bentley [ Sunday, 2nd of August 2009 - 10:28 PM ]
Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess was essentially a port from the Gamecube to the Wii with improved controls. Now, “New Play Control” Wii games like Pikmin and Mario Tennis now sell for the reduced price of $30 USD. Twilight Princess, being a launch title on Wii, sold for the full $50 USD price point. I do not regret spending the money; the game was extremely enjoyable and since I had not played it on the Gamecube, it was a fresh and exciting first Wii game for me. At E3 this year, Shigeru Miyamoto announced that a new Legend of Zelda was being created for the Wii and released one piece of concept art. Read More…
 
Comic Con Issue #03
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Saturday, 1st of August 2009 - 11:54 PM ]
Saturday: Heroes, Zombies, and Tron. Oh My! Reaching the mid-way point in the who convention, you would think that some of the best stuff would have already been done and shown. This is when things would start dying down and the end of it all starts to settle in. This couldn't be further from the truth on this day. A day where we were invited to check out what Activision and Capcom were showing off to the world. Some behind closed doors. Read More…
 
Burn, Zombie, Burn! Hits PlayStation Home
by Jesse [ Friday, 31st of July 2009 - 09:15 PM ]
Kuju Entertainment and Doublesix announced that they are doing their part to help support PlayStation Home with the creation of a new Home Space based on their successful PlayStation Store title Burn, Zombie, Burn! Designed in the same spine-tingling yet cartoony art style, the Burn Home Space is set as a graveyard. There are three crypts, the first two housing Burn, Zombie, Burn! extras as well as a hedge maze mini-game. Read More…
 
Watch the training video, before you fire that gun
by Binh Nguyen [ Friday, 31st of July 2009 - 05:26 PM ]
Darkest of Days is only a little over a month away before their September 8th release of the game. If this is the first time you have ever heard of the game here is a brief overview, or read my E3 impression. But overall you are a time agent going back into different parts of time and solving the reasons why history is changing. Did I mention that if you screw up history also that other agents will come after you? No? Read More…
 
The Ultimate Gaming Wishlist
by Jesse [ Friday, 31st of July 2009 - 02:52 PM ]
It only took two days for Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution to sink its hooks into me. I became addicted like no other game I’ve played before. But as much as I love Civ Rev, there are so many little things that could make it so much better. Before I get to the suggestions though I should mention, I’ve never really played any of the Civilization games that preceded Revolution so it’s entirely possible that the features I want to see were part of the formula prior to the franchise’s makeover. However having said that I found a lot of similarities between Civ Rev and a far less known PC game called Starships Unlimited. They are essentially the same game except where Civ Rev is focused on Earth and using historic civilizations, Starships Unlimited is set in a fictional universe and utilizes a variety of alien races along with humanity. Read More…
 
Screen Shots Like Tribbles
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 30th of July 2009 - 09:52 PM ]
53 Shots From Star Trek Online Just when you think things are about to go quiet and cold for the elusive Star Trek Online, a plethora of things come flying out from Cryptic. It almost seems like they really did have an invasion of tribbles that somehow mingled with their screen shots and just kept multiplying. They have gone from releasing just a few shots with numbers of around 6 to the 53 that you will see below. Either that or their PR team has been sitting on these since before E3 and just now thought, "Maybe we should release them now. Read More…
 
The Garbage of Guitar Hero 5
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 30th of July 2009 - 07:43 PM ]
Official Guitar Hero 5 Track List and Garbage A few weeks back we brought you the official track list before anyone else on the net even could. Or what a lot of people stated to be our "Rumored" track list for Guitar Hero 5. You know who you are if you are reading this. But the official listing has just been released from Activision for the world. Let's compare the two lists and see how close our "Rumored" list came to the official listing. I think you will be pleasantly surprised with them both. Read More…
 
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