Archive for the ‘Featured’ Category
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on May 3, 2012 under Featured, News
Earlier today Bethesda revealed to the world that there will be an Elder Scrolls Online release. With a leak of the new GameInformer cover displaying the titles image, Bethesda's statement in the story of the June issue explains that the Elder Scrolls Online game will be expected to release next year. Per Wired: The magazine reports that the game will span “across the entire land of Tamrie... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on May 3, 2012 under Featured, New Releases, PC Spotlights
Terra Online Walkthrough | Officially Approved Strategy Guide With the complete Tera Online Walkthrough for the MMO RPG you will learn everything you need to get from start to finish including all items, maps, and strategies to beat your friends. Tera Online is the new Role Playing MMO from BlueHole Studio and the GameGuideDog Tera Online Walkthrough Strategy Guide provides all the in depth de... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on May 3, 2012 under Featured, Tech Bones
What's google gravity? Well it's not a video game. It's the new addictive way Google lets you search. Google Gravity is a Google Chrome experiment from the Mrdoob website that basically just forces Google's parts to become much heaver and fall to the bottom of your screen. What's interesting about this experiment is that each and every part of the nifty mathematics created to simulate the... more.
Posted by 360informer on May 2, 2012 under Featured, News
Taking a look at the screenshot above, it's hard to ignore the similarity to Daedra Guards from Oblivions mainstay. Back in August, Microsoft announced that they had secured timed exclusive releases for the first two DLC batches, meaning that this DLC, whatever it is, will be available on the Xbox 360 a full 30 days before it's on the PS3 or PC. (Per Gamedynamo) Bethesda promised us some n... more.
Posted by 360informer on May 2, 2012 under Featured, PC Spotlights, PS3 / PS4 Spotlights, XBox 360 / Xbox ONE Spotlights
Grab the Sniper Elite V2 walkthrough video game strategy guide here! Sniper Elite 2 is a third person tactical WWII shooter and the sequel to 2005's Sniper Elite. Navigating through the thick and slippery terrain you manage across explosive mines and taken refuge in trees to man your position. Using the Sniper Elite V2 Walkthrough video game strategy guide will grant you expert intel that kee... more.
Posted by Craig Harris on April 30, 2012 under Best Games, Featured
If you hadn't noticed, we've joined ManseAdvance. What is that you ask? Mindpoint Software Technology has put together a content driven video game that encourages other quality website authors to write about your content and provide you with backlinks. As a site owner you are probably well aware that webmaster guidelines are pretty vague on how to actually acquire backlinks. They do ... more.
Posted by 360informer on April 18, 2012 under News, X360 / XBox ONE, XBox 360 / Xbox ONE Spotlights
Are you tired of the same old tower defense game? 11 bit studios has heard your cries for change, releasing Anomaly Warzone Earth to Xbox Live Arcade and bringing with it a complete role reversal to the traditional tower defense formula. Check it out! Tower defense games. They’re everywhere these days, streaming onto every machine capable of playing a video game in waves just like those fac... more.
Posted by James Sullivan on April 18, 2012 under Featured
In 2009, ThatGameCompany developed and published “Flower”, a title that was released on PSN and was open to critical and commercial success. It was simple but addicting and very enjoyable. Three years on, and we see the next project of ThatGameCompany. Saying that it lives up to the hype is without a doubt an understatement. The game is much more than that and my words of preaching ... more.
Posted by 360informer on April 2, 2012 under Featured, PC
Sharing a similar visual style to puzzle game classic Portal, Q.U.B.E. takes the concept of a first-person puzzle game in a different direction. Using a special pair of gloves, players must manipulate brightly colored cubes in order to escape increasingly difficulty puzzle rooms. Pretty cool. Let's see if it's actually a good game: Some games try to accomplish a great deal and sometimes the... more.
Posted by 360informer on March 15, 2012 under New Releases, Nintendo 3DS Spotlights
Before the Olympic Games begin this summer, Sega and Nintendo are back with another installment in their mascot sports mini-game crossover. First released on the Wii over the 2011 holidays, Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games is now available in a new version built specifically for the Nintendo 3DS. Read on to see how it turned out. It’s amazing how a game can be so different... more.