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.
Everyone’s favorite Hollywood stereotype, Johnny Cage, has been punching crotches since 1992. So it should come as no surprise that he’s sticking with the tried and true tactics that have been the source of his longevity.
The latest video released by Neatherrealm Studios shows Johnny being Johnny.
This week the store comes freshly updated with a new batch of special offers to loosen your cold, lifeless grip on your cash.
Other highlights this week include the opportunity to save the world with style in Moon Diver and Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime. For control freaks Swarm allows you to simultaneously lead a horde of little blue beings. They will follow you blindly, lead them well. As for the rest of the update, the folks over at EA have released a laundry list of add-on content for the recently released Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12. Get in and have a look.
The Tribeca Film Festival is held in Lower Manhattan, New York each year to “help filmmakers reach the broadest possible audience, enable the international film community and general public to experience the power of cinema and promote New York City as a major filmmaking center.” For those that don’t necessarily keep up with all things film, having a film exhibited at Tribeca is an tremendous honor.
To have a video game featured would not only be incredibly humbling, it would also be the first time it has ever happened.
Following last week’s lackluster offering, the PlayStation Store is getting a robust update this time around. Once again we are reminded why it is so nice to have that little ‘+’ next to your avatar as PS+ subscribers are given access to four games for the price of free.
Other highlights include the acrobatic, arcade-style beat-em up, Moon Diver and the release of the final Mass Effect 2 mission titled: Arrival. Fans of the free-to-play structure and micro-transactions can rejoice as Free Realms is now available. As always there is more to choose from so sign in and get downloading.
Believe it or not it has been 15 years since we first caught glimpse of the now epic Resident Evil franchise. In a nod to their past success Capcom, this month, announced the future availability of both Resident Evil 4 and Code: Veronica X via download.
Not to be outdone, official news has surfaced concerning the latest addition to the franchise: Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
If you’re like most people you have little to no knowledge concerning NASCAR. The motor-sport that has given birth to such greats as Dale ‘The Intimidator’ Earnhardt and Mark ‘Crazy Old Man’ Martin is one the world’s most popular niche sports.
If you ever lay awake at night wondering what it would be like to run three cars wide on turn 4 at Bristol Motor Speedway we’ve got you covered.
If you are in grave need of a tropical vacation maybe Dead Island wouldn’t be your first choice. What with the zombies and all.
But hold on before you book that flight to Tahiti. What if you focused more on the ‘island’ and not so much on the ‘dead’? Take a look at these new screenshots to gain a greater appreciation for the game’s captivating setting.
In case you hadn’t heard Crysis 2 is dropping this week. The fact that the original still remains as a high water mark for graphics capability a whole 3 years after its release date is enough reason to get excited about the sequel.
If you need something a little more to get yourself amped for the game this trailer will no doubt help. Just watch it already, it’s awesome.
Fans of homestarrunner rejoice! This week on the store PS3 gamers now have access to Strong Bad’s Cool Game For Attractive People.
Also, if you’re not a fan of leaving your address you’ll be very interested in the full game download of DC Universe Online now available. Let the atrophy continue.
In other news, the PlayStation Move sale rolls on. So if any of these Move games interest you make sure to make your purchase before March 30th. Outside of that the week’s update is meager. Who knows you may end up unearthing a gem. Happy downloading.
Your nausea, high fever, headache, muscle ache, chills, cough and runny nose mean you probably have the flu. There’s been a touch of that going around, go get yourself checked out.
If your symptoms are more closely related to seasonal discounts then you’ve probably got a case of Spring Fever 2011. This week we are receiving the release of Ghostbuster: Sanctum of Slime (yay) and Battle: Los Angeles (eeeeh). Of course there’s more to be had so head in and check it out. Happy downloading.
Combat, stealth, hacking and social. These are the tools with which you can overcome the obstacles that lay before you. Which tool comes out of the bag is completely up to you.
Further explanation can be found in this video that shows viewers how a single destination can be reached along three unique paths.
As Ps3 owners we are fortunate to get the chance to experience the Mass Effect franchise by way of Mass Effect 2. Furthermore, PlayStation fans were able to play much of the game’s previously released downloadable content as it was bundled in the retail release.
Available for download soon will be the final mission of Mass Effect 2, titled ‘Arrival’.
In order to keep interest for L.A. Noire ascending, Rockstar Games has released a dozen new screenshots that pay homage to the late 1940’s Los Angeles society. A time when men wore hats, cars were made of steel, and smoking indoors was just about mandated let alone legal.
Grab a cigar and a tumbler of whiskey (enjoy your Blue Hawaiian and the shunning that comes with it) and take a trip to yesteryear.
This week the flow of new content has slowed to more of a trickle. Slam Bolt Scrappers represents the lone new title.
You know it’s a slow week when the highlights come largely from the demo pool. Nevertheless the trio of demos are intriguing. Finally we get to play Crysis 2 and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 (Tiger has now been wiped off the cover).
If you are looking for more games that allow you to wave your hands around then you are in luck. The discounted games this week are themed around the motion peripheral. Although the week’s offerings are meek at best you may find that piece of add-on content that you have been waiting for. Go on in and have a look.
Konami has officially announced and dated the first piece of DLC for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow.
The add-on content, titled ‘Reverie’, looks to coax fans of the game to again step into Gabriel’s boots. The included trailer explains the details of his latest foray into the darkness.
Spring is upon us people. Flowers are blooming and baseball’s back. But that’s not all, this week on the PlayStation Store ‘Spring Fever 2011’ brings us a pair of discounted titles and the introduction of one of the year’s most anticipated PSN downloads, Slam Bolt Scrappers.
Other highlights this week include Hard Corps: Uprising (if you’re a Contra fan you are not going to want to miss this one) and a great crop of demos. As per usual we’ve got the update sorted out for you. Go ahead and dive into this week’s batch of new content. There’s plenty to be had.
Now that the initial shock of Sucker Punch’s GDC bombshell has worn off it’s time to dissect the UGC (user-generated content) portion of the game. The best way to do that of course is to get your hands on the tools of creation.
Only a select few will be granted early access to this special beta. We’ve got the details telling you just how to throw your name into the proverbial hat.
By now you know that Rockstar’s forthcoming L.A. Noire is different than any of the studio’s previous games. Not completely divergent but unquestionably distinct.
The narrative is a tightly woven journey through 1940’s Los Angeles as seen through the eyes of fast-rising officer Cole Phelps. Given the period and serious nature of their game Rockstar sought to breathe an air of realism into the experience. What better way to insure authenticity than finding inspiration from L.A.’s vivid crime history.
In the past six months racing fans have seen Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit, Test Drive Unlimited 2, and the long awaited Gran Turismo 5. With a lineup like that one wonders exactly what Shift 2 Unleashed could have to offer that differentiates it from the pack.
Perhaps these trailers and the plethora of hi-res screenshots will provide a greater understanding. After all you could use a new desktop wallpaper.