Sam Fisher? That name sounds awfully familiar doesn’t it? Well, I’m here to inform you that Splinter Cell Blacklist is coming to the Wii-U and bringing some unique features with it.
By utilizing the GamePad, players can control how Sam uses his gadgets, take down enemies, navigate Sam through the hostile environments and switch weapons along with some other cool features. Motion-based inputs work hand in hand with the GamePad’s touch screen capabilities.Read More
For all of you that have been patiently waiting for the latest in the Lost Planet series, Lost Planet 3, I’m here to tell you it’s been delayed once again.Read More
Batman: Arkham Origins is the prequel to both Arkham Asylum and Arkham City. Arkham Origins will arrive on October 25th for the Xbox 360, PS3, PC and the Wii U.Read More
With Injustice only a mere 10 days away, fighting game and DC fans everywhere are excited to get their hands on it. We now have two new playable characters to look forward to trying out April 16.Read More
Australia is notorious for having a very strict rating system for game titles. Some of which never even make it to the country because of said rating systems. That all could change however thanks to Minister of Home Affairs Jason Clare and his hopes to introduce “the first stage” of reform to the National Classification System.Read More
Uprising is the second DLC pack offered for Activision’s Black Ops 2. This map pack will be available in Xbox 360 come April 16. It will cost roughly $15 (1200 MS Points) and offer a brand new zombies story called “Mob of the Dead”. This new story features “four prohibition-era mobsters” who get their plans halted thanks to the undead.Read More
The War Z has been taken offline due to hackers gaining access to forums and the game’s databases. The game’s publisher, OP Productions has confirmed this knowledge and consider this issue to be top priority.Read More
Layoffs are happening at the High Moon Studio. These are the same developers that worked on Transformers: Fall of Cybertron and the upcoming Deadpool game featuring Deadpool (as himself), Cable and many more.Read More
Waiting patiently to play Injustice? Well PS3 and Xbox 360 owners don't even have to wait anymore. Today marks the Injustice demo launching on PSN and XBL.Read More
Embrace The Beauty of Nature
Back when Okami first came out in 2006 for the PS2, the game received amazing criticism from major publications but didn’t do well with sales figures. Then the game was given a second chance when it got ported to the Nintendo Wii thanks to developer Ready At Dawn. Once again, Okami did exceptionally with reviews but failed to capture many of the audience. Now for a third time, Amaterasu and his tiny pal Issun make their debut on the PlayStation 3. Does this port over match the quality of the previous ones? No… it far surpasses them thanks to the HD makeover. Okami HD is how the game was meant to be seen.Read More
The second Final Fantasy to come to the U.S is actually the fourth.
It’s a blast from the past back in the day when Final Fantasy games use to have a simple concept. I stumbled upon my Final Fantasy IV cartridge when I was looking for something to play and do you want to know something? I’ve never played this game once even though I had it for about 12 years. A shame really since I consider myself a fan of the Final Fantasy series. For my very first playthrough, I must say that I am thrilled to have finally played it.Read More
They’ve come for our brains… time to lock and load!
Zombie games can be really fun or really scary; it all depends on what the premise of the game is about. The old school Resident Evil titles are just an example of how some zombie games shook a lot of people with a creepy atmosphere and shambling undead. Zombie Apocalypse is one of the titles that falls under the fun category as it allows players to run and gun in a mindless fashion. However, before you know it, the fun begins to fade and you are left with a shallow game that’s best played when you have nothing better to do.Read More
“Greatness from small beginnings”
When someone is trying to convince another person to buy a PS3, what do they normally say? Probably mention all the PlayStation and PlayStation 2 games that can be downloaded along with some other incentives. The biggest way to convince someone would be to talk about the line-up of games available. So yea, you have Heavy Rain, God of War, Metal Gear Solid and a bunch of other legendary titles. However, there is that one game that everyone seems to recommend to PS3 owner and would-be owners alike. The Uncharted series began in 2007 with the release of Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune. From there…well you know the rest.Read More
A different approach to the exhausted zombie genre
Games like Left 4 Dead, Dead Island and Dead Rising all have one thing in common. Well besides having the word “Dead” in their titles, they all feature the main protagonist(s) dealing with the undead. Each one in their own right is completely different from the other with the exception of one item: killing zombies is the main focus. To some people, the zombie genre is getting stale because all you do is kill zombies repeatedly among other things. That is where Deadlight comes into play. While it may have zombies (or shadows as they call them) in it, Deadlight doesn’t task you with killing every zombie you come across. Unless you have no choice but to fight, chances are you will be doing a lot of running from the shadows.Read More