Aperture Science, the undisputed leaders of the booming zero-space portal industry, are pleased to announce the results of their never-ending research towards building a better world for tomorrow, today. In dangerous environments, there are often too many risks for just one individual to properly complete a task. As such, two people are put into dangerous situations together, to minimize and redistribute injury. However, as Aperture Science’s Research & Development team [...]
Siliconera has today turned up listings for two new trademark applications by Namco Bandai, relating to the cult roll-em-up Katamari franchise. Both the terms ”Katamari Amore” and “Katamari Amore Rolling Whopper“was submitted to the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (the trademark registry for the EU), suggesting that a new Katamari game may be in the works.
Genre: First-Person Shooter | Developer: Saber Interactive | Publisher: Konami Platform: Xbox 360/PlayStation 3/PC | Players: 1 | Rating: T (Teen) Before I even begin, I have one thing to say: I have not seen Battle: Los Angeles, the movie this game was based off of. Before I played this “game,” I thought the movie looked cool enough. After playing this “game” however, I don’t really want to. Battle: L.A., [...]
During last year’s Tokyo Game Show, SEGA announced a horror game built around the Microsoft Kinect. Very little details surrounding Rise of Nightmares existed at the time. Though with the help of the ESRB, we now know the game will get an M rating, meaning it will be full of blood, tits, gore and cursing. Woop. De. Doop. For a rull rating summary, check after the cut.
You might be wondering just why a Rock Band 3 news post would have Guitar Hero for a banner. Well, savvy rhythm players might recognize that chart as the oh-god-please-don’t-make-me-play-that hardest song to ever be featured in a Guitar Hero game, DragonForce’s “Through The Fire And The Flames.” Why is that there, you ask? Well, alongside Jefferson Airplane, Santana, and Blood, Sweat & Tears, the mighty DragonForce will be making [...]
And apparently Gearbox is all out of gum. Yep, that’s right. Duke Nukem Forever has been DELAYED. Originally set for a May release date, everyone can hail to the king on June 10th now, and June 14th internationally. At least they broke it to us in a hilarious manner. Check behind the cut for the outstanding video featuring Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford.