PC gaming snobs love to crow on and on about how much better their games look on their high-end rigs as opposed to the Xbox 360 or PS3. Normally we tolerate only so much backtalk before giving those guys atomic wedgies, but in the case of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, they do have a point
Things are going a heck of a lot better for trailblazing PC MMO ‘Everquest II’ after its publisher gave up on that silly idea of trying to get people to pay for a game that was released in 2004. Since Dece
Rest assured that whenever a game publisher insists the finale of a trilogy will close out the series, what’s left unspoken is “only if it doesn’t sell well.” Not ready to kill off its old warhorse, Sony is prepping Kratos for another round of god-slaying and vixen-sexing in God of War: Ascension.
If you were planning your summer vacation around the couple weeks you planned on locking yourself down along with Darksiders II, you’ll want to pull up your calendar app to do some rearranging. Originally due out June 26, the game has been pushed back until sometime in August.
Yesterday we told you that ‘Halo 4′ would be kicking down your door Nov. 6, and now we’re telling you that it’s bringing some friends along — late-night talk show host Conan O’Brien and ever-present sidekick Andy Richter. The pairing of pasty, non-threatening comedians and a hardcore, distant future-set fragfest doesn’t quite calculate, but whatever.
Before that pushy World Wildlife Fund got all cranky and lawyered the WWF initials away from pro wrestling, we dug the quarter-chomping arcade game ‘WWF WrestleFest.’ If the ‘Street Fighter II’ cabinet was occupied, ‘WrestleFest’ was our go-to-game.
We’re not sure whether the developers of ‘Kinect Star Wars’ actively hate George Lucas’s brainchild and sought to mock it mercilessly, or just don’t understand the appeal of lightsabers and Jedi knights and just threw something together in a crude attempt at sympathizing with the franchise’s fanatics. Whatever the case, ‘Kinect Star Wars’ is the most laughable addition to the family since the 1978 ‘Star Wars Holiday Special.’
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