Hopefully when the new Medal Of Honor hits next week, they’ll have gotten all the bugs out. Like this one.
The Tokyo Game Show has just kicked off, and relax! Nothing to fear: they’re still making some awesome games over there.
It’s one of those weeks where there’s just a 900 pound gorilla in the room and everybody else is cowering in the corner, scared. I’m talking, of course, about Halo: Reach. But there’s other games coming out this week, and they could use some love.
This week’s new games include cartoon-styled brawler Shank, retro violent sandbox Mafia II, and a new one from the guy who created Sonic the Hedgehog.
An enterprising floorperson at Gamescom took their HD video camera, filmed a scroll at the Rock Band 3 booth, and lo and behold we have a tracklist. Some incredibly great songs on this baby.
This week’s new games are all about the Madden NFL 11, but there’s some other titles to pique your interest.
Check out our in-depth analysis of the new slim Xbox 360, with a 250GB hard drive and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity.
There’s one game on top of the heap of new releases this week – StarCraft II. Let’s see what’s on the shelves.
If you like shooting things, this is the week for you. We’ve got games across just about every platform that feature popping caps in things – from long-distance sniping to MMORPG gunplay to far-future bullet hell craziness.
Microsoft got rid of the Red Ring of Death for the Xbox 360 Slim and replaced it with a feature that will actually prevent overheating. Good job, Microsoft!
Robots in disguise are the big story this week, as a whole buttload of Transformers games crash-land on just about every platform known to Man.
With the announcement of Mortal Kombat 9, what better time than now to look back through the series and reflect… reflect that sometimes Mortal Kombat is really really crazy, and sometimes really, really stupid?
We’re on the scene in Los Angeles for E3 and in addition to our info-packed writeups of the show, we’re also sharing shots of the show floor. If you couldn’t make it, this is the next best thing.
Microsoft started their E3 press conference a little late, but when the gears got turning there were a fair amount of shocks and surprises. Here’s our complete rundown of the games, the tech, and the reaction.
This week’s a light one for new games, but check our quick takes on Toy Story 3, Gundemonium Collection and Naval Assult: The Killing Tide.