Long game names lead to boring headlines, due to me not having enough words to fit in all the information! There's quite a bit of information to get through, too, since the PlayStation Blog updated with a bunch of new assets ... more
Square Enix released ten new screenshots of Deus Ex: Human Revolution today. These are those very same images. I like this one in particular because I think the augmentations look really cool. Sure, the arms aren't exact... more
D3Publisher has sent out another batch of screenshots for Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon.
To the outside observer, they probably look fairly serious. The images do, after all, portray an insect- and robot-led armagedd... more
A new batch of content has been released for Inversion as part of Namco Bandai's flood of stuff out of Level Up. There's a mess of screenshots in here and almost all of them seem to have at least one guy who has lost con... more
Here they are at last, the first screenshots for Tribes: Ascend, courtesy of Facebook.
It's going to take some serious convincing before I'm entirely sold on this game, but this is a solid debut. The last few shooters I've go... more
Nadeo and Ubisoft have pushed out some more details on TrackMania 2 Canyon. Namely, the closed beta for the sequel is going to start in July, with ManiaPlanet -- a connected system for PC which contains tools that allow for ... more
New screenshots for Serious Sam 3: BFE, everybody!
As far as I can tell, they still haven't told us what BFE stands for. "Beyond First Encounter" makes the most sense, since Serious Sam 3 is a prequel, but I'm hoping Croteam ... more
This week at GDC, I had the opportunity to put my grubby little hands on Shoot Many Robots. I'm not allowed to talk about what I've seen there until later this week. What I can tell you is that Demiurge Studios has anno... more
You could hardly be blamed for not looking at all of these screenshots for Time Crisis: Razing Storm, but you may want to browse through them anyway. In addition to a clump of character models, there are a considerable quanti... more
There are some videogames that people would rather talk about than play. For instance, folks have spent more than a year prattling on about how much they "appreciate the significance" of BioShock, and how Braid just... more
I’m a big fan of anything involving the sparking and utilization of fire. While Alone in the Dark was a huge disappointment considering its rampant usage of my weapon of choice, Far Cry 2 has revitalized me. The new bat... more
As a Silent Hill guy, it almost shames me to say that I’m excited for the next iteration of the Resident Evil franchise. Resident Evil 4 and its much-improved mechanics revitalized my hope that Capcom will eventually cr... more
While I'm inclined to argue that the last thing the Wii needs is a game that look like a pre-schooler's construction paper project gone awry, Blast Works: Build, Fuse & Destroy does sound like it's bringing so... more
Creepy. I once dated a girl that used to this all the time, but I'm a light sleeper and it would always result into accidental morning headbutts of shock and confusion. It just wasn't meant to be. What a pic for a Val... more
Bioshock may be utterly lacking multiplayer (because it is apparently going to be way too interesting) but is banking that they'll more than make up for it with gorgeous and disturbing substance. Three new Xbox 360 scree... more
InCrysis offered three morsels on the day after Christmas -- three high resolution jaw dropping screenshots Crysis, the game that will make you wish you had $5k to splurge on an Alienware clone. Unlike the various lush gree... more
As if the brand new Bioshock video wasn't reason enough to steal your grandmother's life savings for a new gaming rig, these five new screenies may push you over the edge. Massive detailed weapons, demented environm... more