It’s probably no secret that I am a huge fan of the Rock Band series. Hell, it seems like most of the time, I’m only contributing news that is related to Rock Band or another rhythm game. Last night, @RockBand tweeted asking if anyone was up to doing some math to figure out how much all of the hardware, DLC, and games would cost. I have no idea why, but [...]
During my stay at the first day of RTX 2012, I had the lovely opportunity to check out Halo 4. Sadly I could only have one go at it since the line was so absurdly long but fortunately my game lasted a good 10 minutes. In the game I played I was in a new playmode called Regicide where players in the map must kill the king, which gives you [...]
Today’s the beginning of EVO 2012, so be ready for plenty of fighting game news! The first big drop is from Namco-Bandai, who revealed four new characters for Tekken Tag Tournament 2. The new trailer reveals Alex the dinosaur, Prototype Jack, Tiger Jackson the disco king, and Forest Law, Marshal Law’s son. Tekken Tag 2 is dropping September 14th on Xbox 360 and PS3.
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There are so many games that were at E3 that are getting proper, in depth write ups from the staff here at The Gaming Vault. E3 is a huge place that many smaller titles get overshadowed by the huge displays for highly anticipated game, so here are a few games that were at E3 that you may not know that much about.
It’s not quite E3 yet but the party is already starting! On Gameinformer’s new cover, a new Gears of War game is announced. We’re not quite sure what it’s called or what the setting will be but you can bet it’s going to be awesome. By the look of it, it features a prison-esque setting due to the handcuffs being highlighted. Behind the cuffed figure are two supposed jailers and a battle [...]
As reported on Giant Bomb, Activision CEO Bobby Kotick, in layman’s terms, set out a hit on former Infinity Ward leaders Jason West and Vince Zampella, telling Activision’s IT director Thomas Fenady to “dig up dirt” on the men who shaped Call of Duty in order to fire them. This news comes from the recently ended lawsuit between Activision and West and Zampella.