Posts Tagged ‘gameplay’
Posted by Scott Grant on February 24, 2012 under News
What is the deal with this game? Rythm Party from Konami makes little if any sense. Our friends at The Controller Online have the full story: Made exclusively for XBLA Kinect, Rhythm Party has fun graphics and special effects and is good to get your blood pumping. Although Konami is no stranger to the dance genre, this is only their second attempt at a Kinect dance game. With such a poor so... more.
Posted by James Sullivan on January 18, 2012 under New Releases
One of our more animate game reviewers has mustered up the courage to take the plunge and review the latest FIFA 2012. From what many have been saying and the way sales have been so far, FIFA 2012 is a worthy prospect to any video game sports enthusiast. Here's what our buds at GameAspect have to report: Although I believe sports games have come as far as they can for ideas, the graphics ... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on September 13, 2011 under Featured, PS3 Spotlights, XBox 360 Spotlights
Todd Howard, the game director of Elder Scrolls decided to release new gameplay footage to the public as it was shown to us at E3. There is much more footage here we are sure you haven't seen yet! Check out the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Introduction Gameplay: This first video is pretty long, but around mid point of the 9 minutes he finally gets into the new inventory mode we discussed during our ... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on August 31, 2011 under News, Paws Button
With a full hands on examination of Mass Effect 3, the RPG experience is not the usual fair. If you recall, in Mass Effect 2, the streamlined set of choices ultimately still required the same outcome give or take a few lives, and with all the efforts to keep all shipmates intact, the result was somewhat anti-climactic for a resolution. This time Bioware as conjured up some new goo... more.
Posted by Craig Harris on August 6, 2011 under Trailers
Want an Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Keychain? Visit our Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Collectors Edition article and post a comment. With all our incredible coverage of Skyrim this week, what self respecting game news site wouldn't provide you with insider never before seen gameplay footage of the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim? Not us, that's for sure. Special thanks again to Jacks Koh our lead media... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on August 1, 2011 under Best Games, News
We have mustered up one of the first gameplay videos of Diablo 3 via their beta testing!! The video is gameplay of the most recent beta Diablo 3 just released to the internal dev stress testers, and notiecabley many of the sounds are either homage or simply enhanced Diablo 2 clips. Of course thousands of D3 beta videos will surface almost immediately in the days ... more.
Posted by Lady SAGA on May 23, 2011 under Best Games
Our pick today for best game in history is, yes, a Zelda title. Nintendo had been making Legend of Zelda games for twenty two years by the time of Spirit Track's release. Although this series has pioneered many of the standout technical, stylistic, and artistic innovations in video game history, it has definitely found its rhythm. But familiarity needn't breed contempt. The Legend of Zelda: Sp... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on May 23, 2011 under Best Games, News, Trailers
Here's the latest released and exceptionally anticipated gameplay footage of Dead Island. Ten minutes of the biggest game we've ever been so excited to play right here on our very own GameTube channel. Dead Island Gameplay Walkthrough To Kill Time Video ... more.
Posted by 360informer on May 21, 2011 under New Releases, News, Trailers
An all new XBox Live Arcade release issue of Alan Wake is on it’s way entitled Night Springs according to official press. Previously, remedy had confirmed that more Alan Wake was on the way soon, and hinted that the series might be coming to multiple platforms. But we didn’t know anything concrete until now. We only were aware there was no DLC for Alan Wake 1 and the sequel was not t... 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.