Posted by Peter Carpenter on March 25, 2014 under Uncategorized
Recently Escapist’s employee - Andrea Rene - has managed to get an exclusive interview with the creative director of Beenox (game’s developer) - Thomas Wilson, who has told a lot of interesting things about the project and presented its first gameplay demo. Amazing Spider-Man 2 was showcased at GDC last week, and The Escapist sat down with developer Beenox to discuss the game's combat, trave... more.
Posted by Peter Carpenter on March 18, 2014 under Uncategorized
When many heard that the Thief series was being rebooted (if you recall Thief: Deadly Shadows for the original XBOX was a smashing success, or rather a 'sneaking success'), there was a great deal of interest shown from lots of gamers and industry people (mostly people who were previously familiar with its PC predecessor from 1999). The prospect of having a new console IP which might be able to a... more.
Posted by Peter Carpenter on March 11, 2014 under Uncategorized
Via CCG Review: Awesomenauts Assemble (PS4) PS4Home: "Essentially reframed as “Awesomenauts Assemble!” for a release to the PS4, the game rem... | PS4 4d ago - We say to “Don’t engage,” because engaging leads to loss of control. Responding is giving bullies... | GameCube 6d ago - Latest patch for DICE's multiplayer game promises to fix crashes, improve general stability, and... | Next-G... more.
Posted by Peter Carpenter on July 8, 2013 under Uncategorized
Another light week here for Video Game News, but we have some great scoops coming up in the next couple weeks so keep your eyes peeled. This weeks interesting points would be the Star Wars Pinball release for the WiiU and the Dark title coming out for XBox 360. Here's the full list of games coming out this week in the table below. Title Platform Genre Release Date Pockie Ninja... more.
Posted by Peter Carpenter on June 23, 2011 under Uncategorized
In reference to: Shadows of the Damned Walkthrough It is a rare exception for us here at GGD to issue a review and then revisit the same title, but this is in roughly the same 24 hrs, and sometimes patterns/rules should be broken, if it means that our efforts connect the right gamer with the right game, cause after all, that's a serious part of we strive for, to make sure you, the gamers... more.
Posted by Peter Carpenter on June 22, 2011 under Uncategorized
Attention survival-horror starved Resident Evil Fans! There's a new title out to assist you in satiating your blood lust called Shadows of the Damned. Original Resident Evil creator and guru Shinji Mikami himself agreed to executive produce this title during it's creation and Akira Yamaoka of Silent Hill fame also had a direct hand in bringing his creepy sound wizardry to this title as well, s... more.
Posted by Peter Carpenter on June 21, 2011 under Uncategorized
The DC Comic summer blockbuster movie machine is in full swing with pending release of Green Lantern the movie starring Ryan Reynolds, and of course the game to match is here in the from of Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters. Much like Tony Stark in Iron Man 2, cocky new Green Lantern recruit Hal Jordan to fight against a group of evil androids, although in this case, the robots Jordan must... more.
Posted by Peter Carpenter on June 20, 2011 under Uncategorized
Refreshing. Yep, just that one descriptive jumps out when attempting to summarize Child of Eden, the new sequel to the innovative "Rez" which came available for the PS2/Sega Dreamcast in 2002. How so? Improvement on the truly innovative, a rare commodity in gaming where the formulaic genres reign supreme. It's on this basis alone that Child of Eden deserves some serious credit and respect, bec... more.
Posted by Peter Carpenter on June 17, 2011 under Uncategorized
Alice in Wonderland the instant classic, no doubt a fertile crescent of ideas and premise with which to create an exceptional game. It's predecesor, 2000's American McGee's Alice, was a fairly well-received success selling approximately 1.5 million copies, with the general consensus on the title being that it was a dark and macabre take on Lewis Carroll original vision of Alice's world, and th... more.
Posted by Peter Carpenter on June 15, 2011 under Uncategorized
Duke Nukem, 90's macho overkill icon. A sequel in at least partial development since 1997, with that amount of preparatory development time attached to a franchise as a famous as the Duke Nukem gaming machine, combined with the rendering power of today's gaming consoles, and we must have a sequel on our hands about to redefine what can be done with a famous franchise with all these seeming... more.