The threat of a WW3 isn’t nearly as scary when you look at it in musical terms with a catchy chorus.
Even when games of the past sucked, they usually had some truly awesome looking box art, but what if that box art from 1987 had never changed? The games of today just got an old school update.
Comedian and U.S. Marine, Rob Riggle is giving you a preview of the new Black Box Maps in Modern Warfare 3. Pack your bags, cuz you’re about to go on a tour of Russia and India. Hope you like to travel, soldier.
Choosing the 11 best games of 2011 was mighty tough, given the absurd amount of amazing games that came out these year. But then again, that’s never a bad thing.
One can enjoy video games by simply playing them, but some really go the extra mile in an effort to achieve Youtube fame. These are the top gaming tributes of 2011.
Gamers taking games a little too serious?! Never! It might be time to step away from MW3 and open the curtains, oh and that bright warm glow, that would be the sun.
Cuz there’s no better occasion to bust a move than to celebrate your human overlords killing each other.
You already know what the BIG story this week is, but there’s other stuff happening in the game world you may not be privy to just yet. Xbox developments, Sony let’s out some UMD Passport news and more…
Once you can get past the horrendous music, the sniper hits are pretty damn sweet and make up for any ear bleeding. There’s always the mute button, too.
It’s become quite the cliché, but this week seriously sees the long-awaited arrival of some of this year’s hottest, most eagerly awaited titles.
So there’s a little game coming out tomorrow COD: MW3, maybe you’ve heard of it? Sam Worthington and Jonah Hill take us through the relationship of vet and n00b in what is a pretty epic game trailer, especially for one with no actual gameplay.