Thursday, May 20, 2010

Battlefield: Bad Company 2

Is Bad Company's second deployment worth the enlistment?

Halo: Reach

In a surprise announcement, Bungie unleashes the first footage of the Halo: Reach multiplayer beta, and Halo 3: ODST is your ticket in.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Alan Wake Review

Long in development and bearing a strong pedigree, Alan Wake is finally here, but has the wait been worth it?

Red Dead Redemption (REVIEW)

Does the new and improved Red Dead deliver on its promises?

Game Releases This Week (May 10-14) ; LOST PLANET2

While the fall is the undeniably the most jam-packed season for videogame releases, this spring has amassed a surprisingly impressive list of heavy hitters from the likes of Nintendo, Rockstar, Capcom, Warner Brothers, and EA. In fact, we’re willing to go so far as to say this spring is filled with impressive, must-buy games.
For the working week of May 10-May 15, we’ve selected the four games that we’re most looking forward to: Skate 3, Lost Planet 2, Batman: Arkham Asylum Game of the Year Edition 3D (we’ll explain below), and 3D Dot Game Heroes. This week is actually the runner-up for next week’s lineup, which is even bigger.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Skate 3 review

Skate 3 tries to continue the tradition of the franchise, but does it do justice?


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Grand Theft Auto Sex Scene

The infamous Hot Coffee Mod from GTA: San Andreas. There's nothing like hot, polygonal sex!!

Picross 3D

 How does this classic Nintendo puzzler fare in the third dimension?

Pokemon Black/White battle

When trainers start their journey in the Isshu region, they can choose between the grass pokemon Tsutarja, the fire pokemon Pokabu and the water pokemon Mijumaru. See these pokemon blast each other with super-effective attacks! New features include pokemon animations throughout the battle and the camera will sometimes pan across to the pokemon receiving damage.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Penny Arcade: The Series

Penny Arcade evaluates personalities and considers not hiring anyone. Against all odds, can Lexxy, Erika or Matt prevail?


Stuttering Craig and Keith Apicary count down ten of the top 20 manliest men of video games.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

ModNation Racers

Is ModNation Racers the LittleBigPlanet of kart racing, or is it worth little more than a test drive? Find out in GameTrailers' official ModNation Racers review.

FIFA World Cup: South Africa

Is this year's rendition worth the trip to South Africa?

Skate 3

Skate 3 tries to continue the tradition of the franchise, but does it do justice?

Friday, May 14, 2010


This game  was designed to be fun ,check it out

Arc Rise Fantasia

A classic RPG is about to be unleashed on the Wii.

Prince of Persia

Sharp swords can silence any foe, but it's the fluidity of water that will let the prince soar.
welcome the prince of parsia!!!

Thursday, May 13, 2010

LittleBigPlanet 2

LittleBigPlanet returns with even more customization, new mechanics and tons more content!
Another hit from Media Molecule,check it out!!

1996 Sega Channel Cable Promo

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Iron Man 2

Sniper: Ghost Warrior

Alpha Protocol Trailer

Alpha Protocol Trailer - Developing Your Skills - These bloopers are hilarious

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

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Green Day's classic hit "Basket Case"

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Lost Planet 2 seems to have everything going for it. Targeted at western audiences, the return of the well received multiplayer mode from the original game, as well as some much-hyped four player co-op for the entire main campaign. Unfortunately, few lessons seem to have been learned from the original Lost Planet's problems. Instead, Lost Planet 2 offers online play that feels dated in 2010 and adds a host of new issues to the series without fixing what was wrong last time, leading to a game that is in many regards worse than its predecessor.

In my Xbox 360, the Lost Planet 2 is a beautiful title that really shows off the strengths of Capcom's MT Framework 2.0 engine. From familiar ice fields to jungles and cities and deserts, the world of EDN III is often a sight to behold. Unfortunately, the PS3 version of Lost Planet 2 suffers in comparison. The framerate experiences significant drops whenever the screen is busy, particularly in outdoor stages and during boss fights and hectic combat situations. Occasionally, the game will pause visually for several moments. This can have profound effects on the responsiveness of controls, and there were numerous points where I was nearly killed by an enemy waiting for the game to seemingly catch up with me. The music remains excellent though, with sweeping, epic orchestration punctuating major moments of the game, though it would have been nice to hear it more often. The bulk of many levels lack any musical accompaniment at all, leading to an often quiet monster hunting experience.Things largely unravel from there. The controls remains as clunky as they were last time around, and deviate from the standard third-person layout in perplexing ways. Want to melee? That's the Circle button. Want to run? Well, that's also the Circle button. Want to activate that data post or Vital Suit? We've got a Circle button for that. The grappling hook (or anchor) can still only be used with feet planted firmly on the ground, and your character jumps like his pockets are full of rocks. Every animation is over-emphasized to the point of getting in the way of playing the game. Even worse, you'll often be forced to endure agonizing waits as you hammer the Circle button at data posts, or impatiently sit in a Vital Suit while it goes through an activation sequence that repeats every time you enter it. Lost Planet 2 is fixated on elaborate activation sequences, and there's generally at least one section per chapter that forces you to wade through some kind of convoluted Rube Goldberg machine in order to complete your objective - that is, when the game is good enough to tell you how you're supposed to complete that objective in the first place. The story is, remarkably, even less coherent than the previous game's focus on amnesiac Wayne and his quest for identity. Lost Planet 2 takes place 10 years later, as the formerly frozen EDN III has begun to thaw and even more pirate factions are fighting for territory. Meanwhile, military organization NEVEC has plans to exploit the massive alien Cat-G Akrid that have begun to appear for their valuable thermal energy, even if their goals destroy the planet in the process. The game's six episodes take place from several perspectives -- including an extended and ill-advised jaunt through some semi-offensive ethnic stereotypes toward the end -- though the focus sits mainly on a squad of NEVEC commandos that quickly realize, to quote the cliche, that they're in for more than they signed up for. As this squad and everyone else realize what NEVEC is up to, they... well, they pretty much all make their way in a prescribed direction without talking or communicating with each other, and only one group of pirates actually does anything meaningful. While each episode manages to show something different, the game feels disjointed and hard to follow, and eventually bogs down in anime and old-school videogame cliches.