Things are looking good if you’re a fan of FPS’s. Not only will you have a raft of Call of Duty games to choose from, but EA’s reboot of the Medal of Honor series is looking immensely impressive.
Should Activision start getting worried?
Music games such as Guitar Hero and Rock Band are struggling. 2009 saw an epic shrink in that market – so much so that Activision Blizzard are scaling back the music game products they had in the works.
What the genre needs is a good kick up the backside – is Power Gig: Rise of the SixString the game to do it?
Another ‘games are bad’ topic has arisen, but for once it’s nothing to do with murder, mayhem or religion.
This time it’s marriages that are under scrutiny.
Rumours have been flying about lately regarding Insomniac ditching its exclusive PS3 development, and moving multi-platform.
Obviously this caused quite a bit of Internet activity, so Insomniac has spoken out – and it seems we can breathe a sigh of relief for now.
Welcome to the final week of MAG Monday. As such, this week will be all about Team Attitude’s thoughts on their time with MAG, in time for the second part of our review.
It seems that Sony is fighting hard against the stigma that all motion control games are casual.
The US PlayStation website has listed the games that will feature Move support so far – and it includes a couple of surprises.
Nintendo have finally commented on the PlayStation Move – fans of ridiculous statements read on, you’re in for a treat.
In a statement likely to terrify every developer in the world, God of War III director – Stig Asmussen – has commented that the engine they used to run the game is running at no where near full speed.
This begs the question – just what more can be done this generation?
Warner Bros. have announced that The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest will be fully compatible with the PlayStation Move – but is it the type of game PS3 owners want to see?
Many of us felt a sad twinge in 1998, as the incredibly popular, multi-format GamesMaster TV show came to an end. Well happy days, as it appears it could be set to return as part of a complete reboot of the GamesMaster brand.
Sony has confirmed that a gameplay enhancing attachment will be released for the PlayStation Move – say hello to the Sub-Controller.
Come autumn all PS3 owners will be able to dust off their running shoes, break out the Lycra shorts and work up a sweat as EA have announced EA Sports Active 2.0. Are fitness games really worth the money?
EA have announced that Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 will support Sony’s motion controller. Does the once infallible Woods still have the same consumer pull that he used to?
SEGA are set to enter into the world of cartoon kart racing with Sonic and SEGA All Stars Racing. In a genre dominated by a certain Italian, can their first attempt stand it’s ground?
It seems once again EA have underestimated how popular their games are – as the online side of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 goes haywire. Will they ever learn?
We recently reported a run down of the top ten most expensive games ever made. The list featured quite a few PS3 games – but will God of War III be joining them?
Codemasters have just revealed that their new shooter IP – Bodycount – is being designed by Creative Director Stuart Black, co-creator and designer of 2006’s Black. So what can we expect?
In one of today’s stranger stories, 2K Games has announced that they have done a deal to allow vintage Playboy images to feature in Mafia II. Our only question is – why?
Yes you read the title correctly. Despite making a big song and dance about Sonic being the only playable character, it has been announced that Sonic 4 Episode 2 will feature a ‘cast’ of characters.
Please form an orderly queue to bang your head against the nearest brick wall.