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!
Bank heists, sex dolls and machine gun toting luchadores – Saints Row: The Third stacks up to be a wild romp with a few extra surprises along the way.
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…
SEGA may not have been the most popular kid in school, but there’s something to be said for taking on the giant that was Nintendo. Genesis, Saturn and Dreamcast held their own and even excelled in places Nintendo didn’t. Let’s discuss…
Check out the rebirth of a SEGA classic that finds a new home on Xbox Live and PS3.
Understandably the big news this week is GTA V, but there’s other goings on in the game world: MW3’s early release, strategic moves by Capcom and Uncharted 3 criticism…
The hits, they keep on coming, with yet another game of the year candidate arriving this week, among other things.
Get the lowdown on Sega’s next chapter in the House of the Dead franchise with our complete review of how the light gun shooter stacks up against the dead.
Two juggernauts made headlines this week, one with a much anticipated release and the other confirming its return. Plus, Mario has some serious financial woes and Blizzcon finds itself in some hot water.