Kinect!? The Nintendo DS!? This week’s crop of releases wants you to get in shape, D12 style. Otherwise, players might as well pray for rain.
This time on the Pre-Game Show, we take a look at a supernatural steampunk assassin and a cartoonish, gem-hungry prisoner.
This week’s videogame releases help us to cope with Napoleon’s return while begging the question, “Are you ready for some football?”
At last, videogame players can enter ‘The Secret World’, or the not-so-secret world of Ferraris. Plus, this week sees one of the worst-named games to ever make it to release.
The ’80s called, they want their ‘Aliens’ and 8-bit classic gaming back. Ready or not, they’re making a comeback, big time.
In this week’s very international videogame selection, Stan Lee takes on New York, the CIA destroys Dubai, and Great Britain goes for the gold.
Welcome to the Pre-Game Show, where we show you trailers for upcoming videogames before they’re released. For our first installment, we have two mysterious titles from two new studios.
Too much violence in today’s videogames? Not this week, as LEGO Batman and Superman lead a host of family friendly releases.
In the afterglow of E3, the PlayStation Vita lands a classic and a flying amnesiac. Meanwhile, the big-time consoles get a game that can only hope to be as fun as it is provocative.
By this time next year, I fully expect to see the Nintendo Wii U on sale, having proliferated homes through the holiday season. The successor to the Xbox 360, which will likely feature a built-in Kinect module, may also have enter...
The nature of E3 is almost like a game industry version of the State of Union address, revealing what we should be excited about as an industry until next year’s conference, and in the short-term future. Of course, like the State ...
The four big takeaways from Microsoft’s E3 conference this year include the introduction and explanation of Xbox SmartGlass, the growing uses of Kinect, Internet Explorer for the 360, and an upcoming title line-up that’s consisten...