My name is ryan. I love games more than anything in the world. Unless the person reading this is offended by that, in which case I put you slightly ahead of gaming my games.
Catherine is a game that is positioned to defy the notion of a contemporary label. Is it a text adventure or a platformer? Survival-horror or dating simulation? Truth be told it appears to be a mix of all of the above.
The latest trailer for Catherine gives us a glimpse at some in-game action and poses the simple yet difficult question: Do you ever want to get married?
Despite the considerable flood of zombies onto the video game scene we still maintain our excitement for Dead Island. Whether or not that can be chalked up to the stellar trailer or an unhealthy obsession with the undead is irrelevant.
Developer Techland has released a quintuplet of new screenshots for their upcoming zombie-vacation-nightmare. Check out the guy with out-of-control growth issue. What’s going on there?
Infinity Ward has released an official teaser for the world’s most anticipated game. The inevitable release of Modern Warfare 3 is as much a foregone conclusion as the rising of the sun every morning however the details surrounding the shooter remain unclear.
Have a look at this trailer to see if you can glean any information (we’ll help you out).
Reboots are all the rage nowadays. If a franchise is a little long in the tooth and is starting to feel a little stale a proper reboot can be just what the doctor ordered.
But when your game mainly consists of piloting high-powered fighter-jets what is there to reboot? Of course the answer lies within the details.
The second downloadable content pack for Fallout: New Vegas has been announced and it will apparently place gamers smack dab in the middle of a brewing war between opposing tribes and conflict concerning a missionary and a mysteriously burned man.
Take a look at the Honest Hearts trailer and collection of screenshots. Remember this pack will be available to download upon the return of the PlayStation Store.
Next week (May 17 US/May 20 UK) we’ll all have the chance to get our incriminating fingerprints on a copy of L.A. Noire at long last. However living in an era of instant-gratification means that these last few days will seem like an eternity.
Hopefully the official launch trailer will be enough to tide you over.
The first rule of medieval combat is never fight alone. If one falls in battle, they must look to their partner in arms to rip them free from the clutches of death. So as long as storming a castle is in the schedule, you best bring a friend.
The latest trailer for The Cursed Crusade extols the virtues of cooperative gameplay.
As we’re sure you’ve noticed, online functionality of any kind has yet to return to the PlayStation Network. Despite Kazuo Hirai’s encouragingly informative press conference last week, the announced plan to begin restoring online services has not commenced and there is reason to believe it may not begin any time soon.
The first original IP (intellectual property) from developer Candygun Games has been formally announced and it will play to gamers’ contemporary love affair with the undead.
If you can’t seem to get enough Ezio Auditore Ubitsoft has got you covered. The final chapter in the Ezio story arc has been added to the list of AAA titles to be released during the embarrassment of riches that is 2011.
With five titles in the bank and a brand-new one on the way, the developers of the outlandish snowboarding game SSX have determined a proper character evolution is in order.
In a short message posted on the Bioware Social Network, Community Coordinator Chris Priestly posted confirmation that Mass Effect 3 will be delayed.
We’d all like to get our hands on a copy as soon as possible but this delay bodes well for the fortunes of gamers and developers alike.
Each and every year gridiron fans get their football fix from the celebrated Madden franchise. Now that the draft has wrapped up and the first scheduled game is fast approaching it’s time to drum up enthusiasm for Madden NFL 12.
Today President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., Kazuo Hirai answered many of the questions PSN users have had during the PlayStation Network blackout and detailed the company’s plan to win back the trust and respect of its consumer base during a press conference this afternoon in Tokyo.
Get your money ready. Five new maps are coming for Call Of Duty: Black Ops. Love it or hate it, this is probably the most successful video game of ever.
So as long as you’re going to buy it you may as well take a look at what you’ll be getting.
Shadows of the Damned is a voyage through the agonizing ambiance of hell developed by Grasshopper Manufacture, the innovative minds behind Killer 7 and No More Heroes.
Iconic Japanese developers Shinji Mikami and Suda51 provide a …
Coming off the well received Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit and Shift 2 Unleashed, Electronic Arts is dropping the colon and boosting the storyline for their next racing project: Need For Speed The Run.
Scheduled to be released before year’s end, Need For Speed The Run bolsters what has already been a very strong year for gamers.
It has been 20 years since Sonic burst onto the video game scene. The fleet-footed face of the Sega franchise has been saving cute animals from physically disproportionate evil doctors for a full two decades.
To commemorate the history of Sonic, Sonic Team has constructed a game which will allow gamers to play both as the Sonic of today and the 1991 original.
You know the characters: Sweet Tooth, Axel, Mr. Grimm, etc. They’re all coming back exclusively to PS3 owners this October in the appropriately titled Twisted Metal.
‘Broken’ is a perfect way to characterize the game’s collection of sociopaths, of which the latest trailer is absolute proof.