You could play Battlefield 3 from your couch, but wouldn’t it be just a little more fun playing on a omni-directional treadmill that allows you to control character movements with your body? You’re going to have to dig deep in your pockets for this one. About $900,000 deep.
Problems for the Caped Crusader with Catwoman as well as the Joker, and the rumor mill is in full swing with new console gossip. There’s quite a lot to talk about this week in the gaming world.
He’s risen from the grave of 1993 and eats AA batteries.
The road to Wrestlemania is a long one, paved with piledrivers and body slams. Check out the trailer that puts you on the path to glory when the game drops Nov. 22nd.
Capcom’s second 3DS Resident Evil title will be here soon enough and there’s going to be some differences in the series’ storyline. Check out what to expect RE at this year’s NY Comic Con.
A perfect blend of Jet Set Radio and Donkey Kong Country. And who could have ever figured a pairing would net such awesome results?
Here’s your piece of awesome Internet action for the day, Gears of War gets the stop-motion LEGO treatment. Straight up guns, guts and tiny plastic bricks.
When you’re competing with shooters like MW3 and Battlefield 3 you’ve got to do something a little different to stand out. Kudos, to Saints Row for a parody well done.
It takes more than just the voice to pull off a good Batman. I’m fairly certain the real Dark Knight never threw his back out while ambushing the Joker.
I speak of Chrono Trigger of course. As amazing as the original was on the SNES (one of its finest soundtracks), the awesomeness of this tribute can’t be denied.
When you think about it, Gears of War paired with chainsaw sculpting makes perfect sense. Both involve destruction with some badass tools and are beautiful in their very own twisted way.