The big news of course this week was the US launch of Sony’s Vita, but wait, there’s also stirrings of a God of War 4 , and Pokemon came out for the iPhone… sorta.
Everyone’s got questions about Sony’s latest foray into the world of portable gaming : how is the hardware? Can it compete with the 3DS and the iPhone? In the end it all boils down to, “should I buy it?” And that’s what we’re here to answer.
Two familiar faces return, and a newcomer is ready to make a name for himself in this week’s new game releases.
More Skyrim mods? Yes! More online passes? Boo. Also, we’ve got some big news for all you Twisted Metal freaks out there.
Sweet Tooth returns, and about time! As does Pride. Plus, a reason to have a Wii in 2012?
Politicians attack video games (again), Star Wars Kinect gets an official release date, the studio behind Twisted Metal sets its sights on the iPhone, and more in this week’s edition of gaming news.
Zombies on a boat? Fat dudes running around calling themselves Batman? And an arcade classic finally comes home after 20 years? Yes, on all three counts.
Many publishers, they’re not doing so hot these days. And also, the triumphant return of… Dance Dance Revolution?
So the Japanese fellow you see here normally makes videos of himself dancing, injured his foot. But when you’ve got a YouTube channel to maintain, duty calls.
It’s kinda like Modern Warfare, and with a dash of Dead Space, and a combo of cute hipster chicks. I think we just found the new American pastime.
As if he couldn’t get any less appealing in this day and age, now he’s jumped into Minecraft mode. On the plus side, these visuals are arguably superior to Duke Nukem Forever.