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.
After a slow couple of weeks, it’s time for two heavy hitting sequels and a potential sleeper hit to shake things up.
There may not be any notable releases this week, but that’s more the reason to revisit some gems from last year that you might have missed. Trust us, these deserve a second look.
Other than helping to upturn a piece of legislature that threatened to piss all over the first amendment, it’s been a slow week for video game news. Oh, besides a little zombie outbreak happening in November.
Sometimes that which is old is new again couldn’t ring more true for this week’s crop of games. Especially when the price is just right.
Generally speaking, the news is always pretty slow whenever it’s a brand new year. Not so much in the world of gaming.
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.
Believe it or not, gamers, there’s actually a few cool releases this week that are worthy of your holiday cash.
Most of this week’s news centers on the VGAs, both good and bad. But you also have some good news for Metal Gear and Nintendo fans as well. Plus the Vita makes its Japanese debut.
For those who thought they could give their wallets a break after the past couple of heavy hitting new game releases… sorry, not happening yet.
There’s lots to talk about this week with problems arising in the gaming world for Saints Row and Mario, plus this year’s annual VGA nominees have been revealed.
SEGA makes an effort to return to form with one game making its long awaited debut on US soil, and an old school poster boy trying to regain his former glory.
Talk about the big guns: Halo, Assassin’s Creed, Ultimately Marvel vs. Capcom, and more. This may in fact be the biggest week in 2011 as far as new game releases go!