Believe it or not, gamers, there’s actually a few cool releases this week that are worthy of your holiday cash.
Twisted Metal hits shelves in just a couple months (Feb.) so it’s important that you know the back-story behind these demolition driving psychopaths. Seriously, a guy doesn’t just start carrying a flame saw on a whim.
Reach your full badass potential and become the Skyrim warrior that your mama always wanted you to be. You’re about to get a lesson in Skyrim unarmed combat. Class is in session.
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.
Is it just me or does the gaming industry have a hard-on for the apocalypse? I Am Alive follows an everyman’s journey to find his wife and daughter, who were lost during the “Event.”
After the teaser trailer left us in the dark, we get a little more light shed on the post-apocalyptic survival game due out next year on PS3.
Calling the new trailer for BioShock: Infinite “grandiose” would be an understatement. Expect the third installment of the franchise sometime next year.
Turns out, MGS Rising had been cancelled after-all. But thanks to Platinum Games, it’s back on track, and might be even bolder (and bloodier) than before!
Because it stars Ghost, Sean Connery and I think Flipper as well. Also featuring one of the best Metal Gear Solid references in a VERY long time.
The Last of Us trailer that aired during the VGAs wasn’t so much a game trailer, but a montage of violent scenes with narration about an average ho-hum day. So what’s to be expected of the game? Apocalyptic virus? World wide chaos? New World Order overthrow? All probable.
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.