Posted by Prof. Oblivion on April 17, 2011 under Walkthroughs
We at GGD are a little surprised that Valve/Gabe Newell decided to put the majority of their resources and energies into the new Portal instead of the extremely coveted Half Life III, but no offense to Portal or Portal fans, the game transportation based puzzler is about as innovative as a gaming idea can be, and deserved major respect on that premise alone. Many gamers are familiar with the origi... more.
Posted by Prof. Oblivion on April 14, 2011 under News
Attention PS3 role playing fantasy adventure fans, on April 13th there's a new downloadable RPG adventure with a really "wordy" title available on the PSN, Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes. Does this new PSN RPG adventure hold it's own against its disc based counterparts? Well ol' Prof. Oblivion and rest of us here at GGD have been a fans of a good RPG based time suck ever since the PC based RPG... more.
Posted by Prof. Oblivion on April 12, 2011 under Walkthroughs
On April 12th "RIO: The Game" will be released a mere 4 days after the April 8th premiere of the computer-animated movie of the same name, short the "The Game" subtitle of course. The news that any particular movie would soon come with it's own game to match wasn't necessarily much reason for celebration in the past, and we would even go as far to say some of them have been down right opportunisti... more.
Posted by Prof. Oblivion on April 7, 2011 under PS3, Walkthroughs, Xbox 360
Disciples of the Red Faction franchise have an early treat with which to satiate their gaming hunger while they await the much anticipated Red Faction: Armageddon, in the form of the newly released video appetizer, Red Faction: Battlegrounds. So how does this intermittent PSN Red Faction download stack up? Only one way to find out, which is to hop in those red planet rovers, drive and destroy... ... more.
Posted by Prof. Oblivion on April 6, 2011 under PS3, Walkthroughs, Xbox 360
Remember the original arcade Rush N' Attack? No, well good for you, that means you're young enough that you didn't have to suffer through the 80's as an adolescent like we did, that was some terrible music and bad hair for the most part, although we do also remember hip hop/rap birthing it's way in to mainstream culture and the first toaster-sized cell phones, so we guess the 80's did have their r... more.
Posted by Prof. Oblivion on April 5, 2011 under Walkthroughs
This week on PSN there is a new entry that, at least on first sight appears to be another "me too" clone of a genre of games that will likely be quite familiar, yet maybe there's more Stardrone than a quick first impression can tell. Which genre? Just trying to place Stardrone in a neat category turned out not to be as simple as that early first impression led me to be believe... Our first impr... more.
Posted by Prof. Oblivion on April 4, 2011 under PC, PS3, Walkthroughs, Xbox 360
Another addition to the Need for Speed franchise is freshly upon us, the sequel to the original "Shift", Shift 2: Unleashed. This has gotta be very welcome news to all the video racing purists out there, as it's clear right out of the gate, that developer Slightly Mad Studios has gone the extra mile to make this sequel fastidiously accurate and realistic. A hangar full of super detailed cars, a mu... more.
Posted by Prof. Oblivion on April 2, 2011 under PC, PS3, Walkthroughs, Xbox 360
Good news for fans of what most gamers consider the best title of 2010, Mass Effect 2, which made many PS3 gamers quite happy when the game became cross-platform. Now that many have conquered the lengthy Mass Effect 2 disc-based campaign, the release of the second DLC, dubbed "Arrival" that continues the Mass Effect storyline will certainly be welcomed by the Xbox 360 and PS3 faithful alike. How c... more.
Posted by Prof. Oblivion on April 1, 2011 under New Releases, News
Sharpen up those combat-crosses! The understandably popular Castlevania series' lastest edition, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow has some new DLC, Castlevania Lords of Shadow, then subtitle "Reverie", to keep the dark, castle slayin' action underway. The new Castlevania has experienced a little technical difficulty making it's way on to Xbox 360's "Live", but it's good to go the PSN, and has been fre... more.
Posted by Prof. Oblivion on March 31, 2011 under PC, Walkthroughs
In Oct 2009, the well-received RPG Torchlight, came on the gaming scene, and the fantasy-themed game had a fair bit going for that pleased fans of the genre. It's hack and slash indie style, combined with it's rebelliously low $20 price tag, won the game many fans, and now these same fans that have patiently waited out the close to 2 year gap between the original Torchlight's release, and the now ... more.