You have to hand it to Signal Studios; they actually found a unique way of presenting World War I combat. While the Army Men and Lego series have taken some of the freshness out of living plastic figurines, Toy Soldiers’ authentic representation of kids playing with miniature troops makes interactive historical combat feel more . . . → Read More: Toy Soldiers Review
His fiery blades slice through the tattered, rotting flesh of his savage adversary, just another body in the increasingly large pile. As the enemy’s blood begins to dry on the base of his neck, he ponders as to why he’s in this mess: the sins that he committed against his beloved, and how he . . . → Read More: Dante’s Inferno Review
Disclaimer: Rumor Killers is a speculative opinion piece and is by no means intended to disclose as fact whether a rumor is true or false – even though the Rumor Killers team are usually right (usually…)
Final Fantasy XIII sequel?
It’s only just arrived, many of us still traversing our ways through the . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: Final Fantasy XIII-2, Gran Turismo 5 & Move, DS 2 Details
Each and every week, if you pop into N4G, you’re bound at some point to come across some article rumoring the return of backwards compatibility to the PS3. Discounting the fact that this would be a huge kick in the balls to anyone who purchased a PS3 after Sony cut PS2 BC, it should be . . . → Read More: Bargain Bin: PlayStation Edition
Disclaimer: Rumor Killers is a speculative opinion piece and is by no means intended to disclose as fact whether a rumor is true or false – even though the Rumor Killers team are usually right (usually..)
Dragon Age Sequel in 2011?
Dragon Age was always destined to receive a sequel. The first . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: Dragon Age 2 in 2011, Insomniac Going Multi-platform
Now that we’ve had a chance to recover from being hit by the Mass Effect, along with all the Heavy Rain we’ve been experiencing lately, there’s a whole wide world stretching out in front of us. Over the coming month we’ll have the chance to spend time in some Bad Company, experience the (real?) Final . . . → Read More: The Playlist: March 2010