A 4000-year-old deity is trying to take over the Earth. Just another day at the office for the Ghostbusters. But can the four rookies found in the upcoming Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime handle it?
The first dev diary for the upcoming downloadable title sheds some light on the game's backstory, while showing off a slew of gameplay. Honestly, it looks pretty good, although the fact that you're not playing as the original four specter hunters stings a bit.
Max went hands-on with the game a few weeks back, and claims that it doesn't violate his childhood. I think that means he liked it, because Max is constantly being violated. I know I'm certainly looking forward to it... the game, not violating Max, of course.
John Carmack tweeted out a picture of an Atari 2600 sitting on top of a Playstation 4, and this inspired Phantom Fighter to create some photoshop magic. Phantom Fighter posted his awesome concept to his blog, The Food Sucks.
This looks fantastic, and I want to have one. Would you use a wood-paneled gaming console?more
Eurogamer has an interesting story on the entire history of CD Projekt Red and the development of The Witcher games. One of the more noteworthy things to come out of it is how the studio almost closed before The Witcher&...more
In this episode of Clueless Gamer, comedian and late night host Conan O'Brien goes back in time, as he plays the Atari 2600. He takes on a number of games, including the iconic Pitfall, Space Invaders, and E.T. If you haven'...more