Ted Price took the stage at EA’s E3 press conference to offer more details on their new multiplatform game: Overstrike, which was teased at last year’s E3. For more info, as well as the game’s teaser trailer, check after the cut.

What do you get when you take a punk game director who compares game ideas to poop (ya, really), a high profile producer and creator of one of the most well known survival horror series in the history of gaming and the composer behind some of the most memorable tunes of the other most well known survival horror series in the history of gaming? One hell of a team-up, that’s [...]

“Maybe there will be news tomorrow.” said Kyle yesterday. Boy was he right. TGS is underway, and that means plenty of news about weird Japanese titles, such as the long-awaited unveiling of the collaboration between Suda 51, Resident Evil-creator Shinji Mikami and EA. The game is called Shadows of the Damned, oh, excuse me, I meant Shadows of the DAMNED, and will be a “psychological action thriller” with a “punk-rock [...]

The E3 Expo is over for this year, and we learned a ton of new stuff. We know the name and games for Microsoft's Kinect, we know what the new Zelda title is, we know what David Jaffe has been working on, and that there's a new Rayman title in the works. And that's just the tip of the iceberg! However, there were some things gamers were expecting to see, but that never appeared. Here's a rundown of things that were MIA.

Holy cross-platform controversy, Batman! Insomniac Games have signed a deal with EA Partners! They’re making a multi-platform title! Insomniac’s Burbank studio will developing a new IP for the PS3 and Xbox 360. That’s right, folks, EA Partners confirmed it today via press release. The rumour was indeed true, start being surprised Michael! Until today, Insomniac has always been developing for Sony’s platforms, with the Spyro series, Ratchet & Clank series and [...]

Tired of the cover based shooter gameplay popularised by the likes of Gears of War, Metal Gear Solid and Uncharted? People Can Fly and Epic Games have got you covered. *Ba-dum-tish* People Can Fly, developer of Painkiller, are more accustomed to the run-and-gun style of Serious Sam and Duke Nukem. From what I can tell the story is just as ridiculous as well, centering around a drunken space-pilot. ‘We’ve all slid a [...]