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…) Project Gotham Racing 5 Leaked? Was there ever any doubt? As Microsoft’s premier acrade-esque racer and a title with [...] . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: PGR 5 Leaked, X-Com Resurrection, After Burrner Climax for PSN/XBLA
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…) It looks like multiplayer gaming has gone and exploded, what with rumors of four sequels to big single [...] . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: Co-op and Multiplayer Special & Modern Warfare 2 Spin-off
Far too many developers have failed at applying Diablo‘s loot-grinding philosophy to a new property. Others have failed at applying this philosophy to an entirely new genre. Despite that, it seems like nothing was going to stop Gearbox Software from trying to create its own loot driven first-person shooter, one that wasn’t bogged done by [...] . . . → Read More: Borderlands Review
While the “Top Ten Best Game Spinoffs” highlighted games that brought something more to an existing game or series, there is the other side of the spinoff coin: games that give other spinoffs a bad name, dragging down the relatively good names of those they’re associated with in the process. (Not that games like Dead [...] . . . → Read More: The Ten Worst Game Spinoffs
Phoenix Wright heading to the Wii? It looks like those pesky age-ratings boards, in their never-ending and legally required quest to slap arbitrary age ratings on every game ever made, have inadvertently announced another upcoming title: Phoenix Wright – Ace Attorney for the Wii. But this time the ESRB, recently responsible for leaking the existence [...] . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: Phoenix Wright on the Wii, A New Smash TV, and Instruments by Dhani?
After a four month hiatus, the seminal gun toting dog and rabbit duo return to Xbox Live Arcade in Telltale Games’ Sam and Max: Beyond Time and Space. Originally released on the PC, this five episode point-and-click collection lets you do everything from match wits with a demonically possessed Santa Claus to discover the secrets [...] . . . → Read More: Sam and Max: Beyond Time and Space Review