For years I have been heavily involved in the world surrounding City of Heroes and I know for a fact that there are a lot of players who have intently wished for the ability to change their allegiance. Like the trailer below says, it’s not just about Good vs. Evil anymore.
LucasArts continue to bridge the many gaps within the Star Wars universe, via various mediums. Arguably, these gaps don’t need filling, but filled they are nonetheless. Their latest adventure, Star Wars Clone Wars: Republic Heroes, takes its style from the Clone Wars cartoon series, and promises two-player coop action.
I’ve never really been bothered by the green diamond-like cursor over my head. It just floats there and spins about aimlessly. What’s frustrating is whenever it makes me dance silly, and refuses to let me go to the bathroom. I suppose it’s only going to get worse, because The Sims 3 has gone gold!
What will they think of next? A researcher and World of Warcraft fan at the Massachusetts University of Technology (MIT) has designed and created a pod that allows players to literally play their favourite game for extended periods of time without so much as leaving their seat. Hit the jump for more details and images.
Stalin vs. Martians is a zany in your face real time strategy (RTS) that leaves players wondering what the intentions of this game are about. Developers BWF, Dreamlore and N-Game have combined their efforts in an attempt to bring the fast-paced and over the top antics of the arcade to the sophistication and in depth play of the RTS genre. Although this game is wacky and very over-the-top, many players will be left with a sense of confusion and loss.
Stalin vs. Martians mirrors the communist regime; it sounds good on paper, but does it fall just as short in reality?
For those of you who have been tirelessly warding off countless waves of the undead with your gorgeous garden, you’re about to receive some formal acknowledgment. PopCap recently added a dozen achievements to the Steam version of Plants vs. Zombies. Warning: this list is not for the faint of heart. Click continue for the full list.
Now that 3D realms have shut their doors the former artists are now looking for new jobs, and as part of their artwork showcases they are showing previously unreleased Duke Nukem concept art and renders, some look pretty amazing. Check them out below.
This week’s power-up comes from a very unlikely protagonist. He’s as subtly gifted as he is short. The abilities he possesses aid him in warping the very fabric of reality to his beckon call. No pesky keys or trick ladders will stop him from piecing together the puzzle of his life and finding his princess. Caught in a world of obscurity and loneliness, the only constant he has is the power to defy consistence. Read more… »
The Hunter is a realistic experience that brings the pastoral straight to your screen. Combined efforts from Avalanche Studios and Emote Games have successfully captured a stunning paradise. Fused with an assortment of sounds and a sand box style of play, you’ll feel as though you’re living in a poem from John Milton.
Players depend on a wide variety of tools, including the renowned Hunter Mate, to stalk and harvest their prey. Aside from the weapons, gamers will have to use their own intuition, deception and natural abilities if they want to mantle a 12 point buck over the fireplace. Move over Duck Hunt because hunting is not restricted to eight bit graphics any longer.
After a full decade after StarCraft‘s release, the second incarnation of the game is nearly at your fingertips. Blizzard beckons all comers with gaming quality PC’s to opt-in for the beta testing of StarCraft II. If you’ve been thirsting for fresh intergalactic RTS action for ten long years, then hit the jump to find out what you have to do.
A Halo PC modder by the name of ARKaMAN has been hard at work with Rambo, a Celist, and others to faithfully recreate one of the most beloved versions of Hyrule ever. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time‘s greed fields are being painstakingly rendered using the map modification tools of the PC version of Halo, and the results are simply amazing. If you don’t mind the idea of hookshots meeting hand grenades, then hold your breath and hit the jump for the video.