James is at Eurogamer Expo 2010 in London, and while he’s trying to enjoy himself at his first games showcase, he’s also trying to work and get some hands-on time. This is one of several previews of games featured at this year’s event. Often enough we’ve seen the term “squad-based shooter” bandied around by production… Continue reading Hands-On: Brink Multiplayer
It’s been around for largely around 31 years, and it’s still kicking around today – the mack daddy of gaming, Space Invaders is back in 2010 and it’s a drastically different experience than it was a those years ago. Infinity Gene – released towards the end of the last year on the iPod and iPhone… Continue reading Review: Space Invaders – Infinity Gene
Right down the south entrance of the Cologne Exhibition Centre, Hall 8 featured many of the big names of the gaming industry. Wasting no time before the masses arrived, I visited the first area that crossed my line of sight, the Microsoft Kinect booth. I should say booths, actually – the company’s area included several… Continue reading Gamescom hands-on – Kinect
The Spanish language gaming website levelup.com has released 22 new screenshots from Halo: Reach, detailing 3 new multiplayer maps for the game. (Update: The Screenshots have now been pulled from levelup.com, so this article has been re-edited to remove the dead links.)
Limbo is a sidescrolling platformer for Xbox Live Arcade created by Danish developer PlayDead Studios. The game’s apparent simplicity belies devilish level design, and its striking visual and audio styles are superbly orchestrated to create a lonely and foreboding atmosphere. Though wonderfully crafted, the game is only a few hours long, and at 1200 Microsoft… Continue reading Review: Limbo
Microsoft has announced that Kinect is going to cost $150 at launch, that should come as no surprise to anyone, many retailers have listed the price at $150 over the last month. The release date for Kinect is November 4th, just 15 days after the release of the Playstation Move. For those who don’t own… Continue reading Kinect Price and Release Date Revealed
After being announced to tremendous applause at Microsoft’s E3 press conference last month and taking the US by storm, the redesigned ‘Slim’ Xbox 360 has been released in the UK.
Rockstar has a, let’s just say, uncanny knack of having most of its catalog of games highly praised. Sure, you can say that about almost any major publisher, but aside from Manhunt 2, all of Rockstar’s games have been received well by critics and gamers alike. Red Dead Redemption, sequel to Red Dead Revolver on PS2… Continue reading Review: Red Dead Redemption
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnE8VFnp_oM] The last tidbit of information coming out of the Microsoft Press event earlier this morning was a redesigned 360, as seen in the above video.
Final Fantasy XIII has been one of the most anticipated titles in recent years, having been announced at E3 2006, it has been a long wait but it’s almost at an end for most of us. Warning: This review contains some story info, not really spoilers but if you don’t want to know anything about… Continue reading Review: Final Fantasy XIII
by Darrin Wright Darksiders is a game that could possibly be one of the best games to slip under your radar. Vigil Games and THQ teamed up to bring us a game about the apocalypse; that is, if the apocalypse felt a lot like a combination of the Legend of Zelda and God of War.… Continue reading Guest Review: Darksiders
BlazBlue was released on PS3 and 360 in North America and Japan last June and will finally be released soon in Europe but it’s also coming to PC apparently.
TorrentFreak has revealed the most pirated games of 2009, so that means it’s time to look at the charts and see what games have been downloaded the most last year.