Ever since Bioware revealed Dragon Age II’s new look and feel, fans of the original worried that it would abandon strategic combat in favor of more theatrical action. The following developer diary highlights two ways to play Dragon Age II: point-and-click action, and low level strategy. If this video is any indication, then the sequel… … Continue reading
The new DLC strikes a familiar chord.
If you were smart enough to DVR Spike’s Video Game Award ceremony last night, you skipped right through all the painful banter straight to the gravy: namely, the first looks at Uncharted 3, Forza 4, Prototype 2, Elder Scrolls V (!), and Guillermo del Toro’s Insane. And, of course, Mass Effect 3.Bioware fooled approximately no … Continue reading
Naughty Dog returns to the Uncharted Well (of Souls).
Chop up some monsters five weeks early.
Trevor explores the world of faery combats.
There are only a handful of third-party developers who can create genuine excitement by teasing a game announcement. Valve. Blizzard. Bioware. Have a peek at Bioware’s newest project before it’s announced during the Spike Video Game Awards: An observant Joystiq commenter noticed that the sniper rifle on display looks identical to the M-29 Incisor Rifle … Continue reading
So you love Diablo, but haven’t bought a new PC since Half Life 2, eh? Then stay awhile, and listen:According to an announcement on the Diablo III community page, Blizzard is looking to fill “Console Positions” for a Diablo-related concept. They’re quick to qualify this with an assurance that the Windows and Mac versions of … Continue reading
You get what you pay for.
Atlus returns to dark fantasy.
More evil nursery rhymes.
Treyarch’s cold war cartoon nears release. Here’s the trailer!
Bloody, washed out mayhem stalks your monitor.
Rise up, internet! RISE FROM YOUR GRAVES and get some guy a role in a movie!
Trevor has mixed feelings on Capcom’s new zombie slaughterfest.
A trailer with online details and new vistas.
Trevor’s take on the frightfully inept Frightfest.
A HUMONGOUS piece of news for the Mad Max crowd.
TGS 2010 footage of Bulletstorm’s heavy weapons
Last Friday, Sony fired an opening volley in the upcoming motion-sensor war over your wallet contents. After spending a weekend with the new hardware and launch titles, we humbly submit our impressions of the Playstation Move. ^ Not the Move, but much funnier. Hardware The Move hardware package comprises the Playstation Eye camera, one or more Move … Continue reading