Liquid is a strange old substance, don’t you think? When it gets hot it turns into a gas and when it gets cold it turns solid, how mad is that. Now imagine a game that involves liquid if you will, and you have PUDDLE by KONAMI, available to download on Xbox Live Arcade© and . . . → Read More: PUDDLE – Go With The Flow
Resident Evil is arguably one of, if not the best action/adventure/horror series in the history of video games. The series has ranged from the first Playstation and Playstation 2, to the Sega consoles, to the Nintendo 64 and Wii, and to modern day gaming consoles like the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. Resident Evil . . . → Read More: TGR’s Resident Resident Evil Fan Presents…
Shinji Mikami’s newest title isn’t very Mikami-like at all, says Jeff Matulef after trying it out at E3.
Shinji Mikami doesn’t make normal games. While Resident Evil was a runaway hit spawning several sequels and spin-offs in the decade plus since its inception, it was as unconventional a game as they came back in . . . → Read More: Vanquish Hands-On Preview
Jeff saw Portal 2 at E3. He expects another triumph.
Portal was as close to a perfect game as I’ve ever played. An inventive mechanic, clever puzzles, a simple story that was neither too ambitious nor pandering, and a modest length that ensured it never outstayed its welcome conspired to make Portal a tour . . . → Read More: Portal 2 Preview
Just when you finish convincing yourself that the industry is nothing more than a simple machine regurgitating old games with shinier graphics and online multiplayer, a handful of hopeful new IPs come along that give you that fleeting glimpse of hope and progress. Even among its first generation of exclusives, Sony’s Playstation 3 was producing . . . → Read More: Playstation 3: The Best New IPs of 2007 and The Most Anticipated of 2008
Hollywood long ago learned that if there is one thing that will draw in a crowd, it is an extremely fast car chase scene, preferably ones that are often breathtakingly illegal. The video game industry knows this as well, and while games that feature more questionable races, such as Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit, Midnight . . . → Read More: DiRT review