Those nice people at Amazon (the website – not the rain forest) have got a few decent gaming sales happening from now until April 14th at 11:59pm PDT. I wouldn’t say the deals are staggering, but there’s still a nice selection of titles to peruse and grab up for anywhere between 10% and 80% off. “But wait!” you might say. “80% off is DEFINITELY what I would call staggering!” Well, you [...]
Originally announced back in 2008, Ride to Hell was publisher Deep Silver‘s crack at creating an open-world biker game, but since then, very little was heard about it until recently. Now back in the public view, Deep Silver has brought not just one biker game to the table, but three; all spread between full retail, downloadable and mobile platforms.
Six screenshots for what is thought to be a standalone continuation to last year’s excellent Far Cry 3, have just surfaced on the interwebs. Spotted by All Games Beta, the screenies for Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon show off a neon-drenched, over-blown post-apocalyptic setting and should set minds to rest who may have thought that the game would ditch the first person perspective in favour of being a side-scroller or something similar. Ubisoft for [...]
With the June release date for the Capcom published Remember Me drawing ever closer, developer DONTNOD Entertainment have just released a new trailer for the game. Focusing more on the combat elements of the game, the video serves to showcase the variety of different enemies that you’ll encounter throughout the game. Just a heads up; the trailer also contains copious amounts of dubstep too. Catch it all after the cut.
A complaint to the Advertising Standards Authority by Reddit user subpardave has resulted in SEGA Europe agreeing to add disclaimers to trailers for the poorly received Aliens: Colonial Marines, making the acknowledgement that they are not accurate and do not reflect the final game. In a e-mail to the ASA, the disgruntled user placed emphasis on what he outlined as the “absurd” difference between the “in-game” and “playthrough” footage that SEGA utilised to market the [...]
With the start of April comes Microsoft’s next attempt at making the Xbox Live Rewards program worthwhile. I must say, I like the idea of this offering more than some of their past ideas. When you go to the 7/11 on the corner for your morning coffee and scratch-off tickets, odds are you are getting every 6th coffee on the house. People love punchcards because people love free stuff. Well, [...]
Suda51 has dropped the second trailer for their next bloodbath extraordinare, Killer is Dead, and it looks bloody fantastic. In keeping to the theme introduced with the first trailer, it plays out like normal; showcasing sexy ladies, Mondo Zappa – our Reservoir Dogs/Tetsuo protagonist, and what looks to be Barrett Wallace after having more replaced than just his hand. After the title shot we are treated to our second character [...]
Today marks the announcement of the final Rock Band DLC release set for April 2nd on the PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii. It’s been no surprise for over a week now that the final song is “American Pie” from Don McLean, which seems like a wonderful finale song for a game I’ve held near and dear to my heart for so long. The pricing is nothing new, so I’m not [...]
After a bumpy period, it seems that Dance Central and Rock Band developer Harmonix have got themselves back on their feet again after they successfully secured funding from venture capitalist company The Foundry Group. Previously, the group has backed the likes of Zynga and other big firms and needless to say, the firm was extremely impressed with what they saw from Harmonix, with Group Managing Director Brad Feld saying that the three [...]