Are these the faces of pure evil?
It’s said that no press is bad press, something that Activision CEO Bobby Kotick would probably agree with. As the outspoken head of the world’s most profitable third-party video game publisher, Kotick has built up a brand with an amazing roster of titles and . . . → Read More: Editorial: Is Activision Evil?
One can’t expect much from a game based on the Transformers license, especially with the involvement of Michael Bay. Explosions? Check. Giant robots? Check. Signature catch-phrases? Check. Even bigger explosions? Check. In that regard, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen has it all. Unfortunately, the only thing that these robots are disguising is a mediocre game.
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Okay, so my knowledge of the Ben 10 cartoon can be summed up by the following: I know that it exists, and that the main character is probably named Ben. Aside from that, the sordid details of this intergalactic warrior remain a mystery to me, which is why I was fairly delighted when checking out . . . → Read More: Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax Attacks Preview
The Lord of the Rings franchise seems to be following the Star Wars path, in that new games will continuously be made years after the movie saga has concluded. Previous LotR titles have followed the films and books closely, reenacting the massive battles and brutal combat of the cinematic incarnations. Aragorn’s Quest— the first LotR . . . → Read More: The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest Hands-On Preview
The original Operation Flashpoint didn’t mess around. Instead of dumbing down certain aspects of actual combat to make things easier for gamers to jump into, Flashpoint firmly planted its boot in the player’s temple and told them to “try again.” The upcoming sequel maintains many of these hardcore tendencies while also dropping gamers into an . . . → Read More: Operation Flashpoint 2: Dragon Rising Preview
If The Rocketeer taught us anything, it’s that jetpacks are totally rad. Soaring through the air with the freedom to see anything and go anywhere has been a dream of mankind for quite some time, and there is no better way to do this than with an oversized rocket strapped to your back. . . . → Read More: Dark Void Hands-On Preview