Today’s guide is provided by ‘xThe Gunslingerx’, who has done a fantastic job on answering all the Frequently asked questions and providing a complete guide on how to get through Lost Planet.
More victims in the Gaming Industry are losing their jobs as 37 Factor 5 employees have reportedly been let go. The development studio behind the fan favorite Star Wars: Rogue Squadron has been reported to be going through hard times since a deal with producer firm Brash was scrapped.
The rumor bucket is a new ongoing feature in which we scour the Internets for any potentially true rumors about games and compile them into one article, and to kick start our new regular feature we include rumors about Final Fantasy XIII and Heroes the game, read more after the jump.
Gamer Limit knows that November was packed full of awesome game, and with so many to choose, you may need some help on deciding which games are worthy. Here we have compiled the top 5 games of the past month. These games aren’t only great games for the past month but great games from the past year. With all those gifts you have to buy for those relatives that you hardly talk to, this should help you make a wise purchase with that little dough you have left.
It comes as no surprise, that there are quite a lot of different activities and diversions throughout Saints Row 2. To assist both new and existing gamers, I figured I would make a guide for users to ask and contribute methods and tips for completing these Activities etc. Feel free to add upon below. – Anchorman Mazda
LittleBigPlanet (LBP hereafter) is one of Sony’s biggest blockbuster games for the PS3. Original IP, beautiful graphics, and new ideas all packed into one package. Sounds like a sure winner? Read on to find out…
If you’ve never heard of Penny Arcade, you should check them out online and see if their particular brand of humor is your cup of tea: their razor wit expletive filled dialogue is a core part of both the web comic, and the game’s sense of humor.
“On the Rain Slick” is played like a traditional, watered down version of Final Fantasy. Read on to find out how it stands up against the legacy of the classic comic strip. Read more… »
L.B. Jeffries at Banana Pepper Martinis recently posted this about video game “Journalism” versus Critique. It’s a very interesting read for anyone up on video games and is an important question to ponder for writers like me, and for readers like you. In addition to the recent symposium started by former 1UP Editor Shawn Elliot, the very nature of video game “journalism” is being scrutinized. There’s a lot of stirring as come to realize that most video game “journalism” is more along the lines of enthusiast press, and that there are actually very few journlists in the industry. As L.B. Jeffries asserts in his article, journalists aren’t supposed to analyze, they simply present the facts. This isn’t the nature of the industry, and it’s far from the standard. Analysis is the name of the game.
Over on the official site for Star Wars: The Old Republic, they have revealed some of the game details about the next Star Wars game Bioware is developing. The video introduces new concepts, new screenshots, and real-time pre-production gameplay video.
So by now every one who has any interest or knowledge of the gaming industry knows a few of the big names around. There’s Miyamoto, Kojima, Cliffy B., Phil Harrison, Shane Kim and so on and so on. I could go on for a while on all the big names in the industry but that’s not why I’m writing this. Why I’m writing this is because of what I’ve seen from one specific person in the gaming industry. While you big talkers like Cliffy B and Shane, there is one person in the industry who is still down to Earth.
Today Rockstar Games, the publisher responsible for such games as GTA IV and Midnight Club: Los Angeles announced that DLC will be coming your way for Midnight Club: Los Angeles, which includes a South Central map upgrade. The DLC will come with some new areas for you to explore. Some of the famous landmarks that will be included on the map are Exposition Park, the USC campus and Shrine Auditorium. This area will be a free download.
There was also an announcement of the South Central Content Pack. This pack will deliver new character competitions, races and even some new music tracks to the game. There is no date or price for the pack, but it’s sure good to know that they have something fresh for us all.