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Fallout 3 DLC: Can You Survive a History Lesson?

Jan 13 2009 - In a veiled attempt to get at your hard earned caps, Bethesda is releasing the first of three DLC packs on January 27th entitled “Operation: Anchorage”. Taking place during the liberation of Alaska from the ... Read More

Posted under News by Kenneth Ellis

Indiana Jones and the Probable Cancellation

Jan 13 2009 - The next-gen Indiana Jones game was one of the earliest high-profile usages of both the Euphoria engine and LucasArts’ own DMM technology. It was also first announced before the most recent movie turd-blasted the franchise, so ... Read More

Posted under News by Chris Benson

Castle Crashers DLC Arrives Tomorrow

Jan 13 2009 - The Behemoth just announced two new DLC packs for Castle Crashers that will be hitting Xbox Live January 14th. Included are three weapons, two characters, and an animal orb in a pear tree. ... Read More

Posted under News by Chris Benson

Nintendo to Cater to Everybody, Nobody

Jan 12 2009 - In an ambitious move to sway more casual game players into the fold without further alienating remaining hardcore fans, Nintendo appears to be working on a unique new brand of gameplay technology.  This patent, filed ... Read More

Posted under News by Andrew Croft

Some Other Guy Does Awesome Zelda Music Too

Jan 11 2009 - It looks like now that Fredrik Larsson’s fabulous rendition of the Wind Waker theme has become a huge success, musically talented Zelda fans are coming out of the woodwork. Diwa De Leon has put together ... Read More

Posted under News by Staff

Edmund McMillen Toys with My Emotions

Jan 11 2009 - Edmund McMillen, Gish creator/indie superstar, just gave me a couple quick updates on what he’s working on, as well as another maddening hint about his games on Xbox 360. ... Read More

Posted under News by Chris Benson

inFamous Vs. Prototype: Looking Good, Similar

Jan 10 2009 - Open ended gameplay is in. Sandbox games? You better believe they’re the shit. It doesn’t seem to matter if the plots suffer (GTAIV, Ass. Creed, etc), or the gameplay is repetitive (Crackdown, Just Cause, etc), ... Read More

Posted under News by Chris Benson

Noitu Love 2 is Now Half Price

Jan 09 2009 - Forgot to post this yesterday, but Noitu Love 2, the badass indie action game by Konjak is now a measly ten dollars. If you miss good old fashioned Treasure side scrollers, go buy this game ... Read More

Posted under News by Staff

EGM Shuts Down, UGO Buys 1up

Jan 08 2009 - Venerable videogaming magazine Electronic Gaming Monthly has been shut down after nearly twenty years of production,  and EGM’s online counterpart 1up.com has been absorbed by UGO, who have inexplicably continued to exist without anyone noticing ... Read More

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I Am Alive: Please, Please Be Good

Jan 08 2009 - So much potential in this game, though for some reason I can’t bring myself to get excited about it. It might have something to do with the douchey looking hero or the fact that they ... Read More

Posted under News by Staff