Machinima's Adam Kovic and John Yniguez have a new series where they mess with different mods for Grand Theft Auto IV. The first episode sees them flying around Liberty City as Iron Man, and as it turns out, he's kind of a dick.
Looking for a new game to play well into the weekend while I hit up Chicago for the Queens of the Stone Age show? You are? Boy, do I have a sale for you! Hit up the PlayStation Store this weekend early for some sweet deals, i...more
This weeks challenge is in Grand Theft Auto IV, in which I need to run across all three islands, on foot, to get to the airport, all whilst having a six star wanted rating. Liberty City is a big place and there are many trigger happy cops in my way!
If you've got any ideas for future challenges you'd like me to have a go at, feel free to leave them in the comments!more
Our friends at Inside Gaming are back messing with various Grand Theft Auto IV mods with voice actors Jason Zumwalt (voice of Roman from GTA IV) and Oliver Vaquer (voice of Robert Lutece in BioShock Infinite) and the latest ...more
This week you can grab Grand Theft Auto IV for just $9.99 on Xbox Live (normally $19.99). The expansions are also on sale, with The Lost and Damned going for 400 MS Points (normally 800 MS Points), and The Ballad of Gay Tony ...more
One of the big game changing new mechanics in Grand Theft Auto V is the ability to switch between three different characters. The trio will work together to pull of heists, but they'll also be living out their own lives when...more
I thought the Iron Man mod for Grand Theft Auto IV was amazing, but this Hulk mod is way more insane. Yup, the Hulk has come to Liberty City and he's looking to smash anything that gets in the way. Players can pick up and to...more
Grand Theft Auto IV has made itself available for digital download on PlayStation Network today for the first time along with Grand Theft Auto IV: Complete Edition. GTA IV will go for $19.99 and GTA IV Complete will go for a ...more
After the dust settled from Grand Theft Auto IV's release, thoughts quickly turned to when the inevitable sequel would be set and where. I know I was keen to see a return to the crime-riddled Vice City, a sunny Florida locat...more
If we're being preposterously basic, videogames are about universes. An unmatchable chance to step into another world and be someone else for a while. It might be fighting against the evil empire or not letting the terrorists...more
Hardline is back! For this week's episode, Max filled in to speak with me and Bill about Destiny and how the game fails to live up to Bungie's pedigree in some areas. Super Smash Bros., on the other hand, is just plain great...more
I've come down with a bad case of Dumpster Mono, and Max Scoville is terrified of germs, so he made me stay home so he could play Destiny and call it 'work'. But, without my responsible guidance, he got tricked into playing ...more
Man, Destiny. I seriously can't remember the last game that I felt so ambivalent about, but was so completely hooked on. Here's me and Bill dicking around on the Moon and discussing our general thoughts on the game, and killing the Moon-Princes with a big dumb sword.
Is it a "Let's Play?" I don't know. But we're enjoying ourselves, and maybe you'll enjoy watching our enjoyment.more