A teaser trailer for the newly announced title, Prey 2, has been released this past week. The trailer features an everyday airplane scene that goes horribly, horribly wrong. Prey 2 is being developed by Humanhead Studios, and published by Bethesda. Click the "see more" button to view the trailer. (more...)
Good news for trivia buffs who might be on the fence about Jellyvision's recently released You Don't Know Jack. Xbox owners can now get their feet wet with a demo for the game from the Xbox Live marketplace. You Don't Know Jack is best played with four players who have a deep seated desire to wreck up each other's day, though if friends are hard to come by you can take on the game's AI which may convincingly feign ignorance and maybe let you win, despite the fact it has all the answers. It's best not to think about that though. It might make you sad.
Hello all of you out there in the gaming univerese! BNG has great news to deliver to you. We have been given press access to GenCon 2011! Be sure to check in with the site often for updates about the event, as well as gaming news an other articles written specially for the gaming community! The dates for the convention are August4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th. Miles, Kenny and I will be there, we hope to see you there as well! If you happen to catch on of us there, stop us and say "Hi"! We don't bite (too hard...at least...)!
So Fallout: New Vegas has only been out for a few months now and Bethesda is already releasing the first Downloadable Content for the game, in an extra chapter named Dead Money. By doing so, they are following in the footsteps of Fallout 3 in the release of frequent, vast, and great DLC. But just how great is Dead Money?
The latest outing in the Dead Rising saga has Chuck Greene still trying to clear his name after the horrible events of Fortune City. With the help of his trusty duct tape and the aid of the original Dead Rising protagonist Frank West, Chuck sets out to expose pharmaceutical company Phenotrans for who they really are While not introducing anything entirely new, Case West does make a big splash for an arcade title. The Phenotrans facility is vastly bigger than the small town of Still Creek featured in Case Zero, along with the bigger locale comes a plethora of new weapons such as the Bone Saw, Impact Hammer and Electric Prod. Along with new weapons come with new enemies, only a few though, such as the Security Personnel who come equipped with Assault Rifles, regular and flash grenades and sometimes Riot Shields, the Zombie Handlers who are only equipped with the electric prods, and then the Heavy Security Personnel that come equipped with the impact hammers.
Welcome to New Vegas! Home to bright city lights, life on the edge and game bugs! It is a place where the strong survive, but only the cunning thrive. Obsidian has captured all of these things outstandingly in this latest installment of the post apocalyptic series, which has both captured out hearts and led us to a seemingly unreasonable about of disappointment. In this review we will cover all of the content that makes, and breaks, this game.
With the release of Fallout: New Vegas knocking on the doorstep of gamers everywhere with its Tuesday release date, I would like to give you a preview of what is to come in the newest installment of this epic series.
The Xbox 36o slim was announced today at the Microsoft press conference on the first day of E3. The new version of the popular console sports a 250 gigabyte hard drive and a built in wifi adapter, as well as being "whisper quiet." The new console has now fully replaced the "outdated" one in all new sales of Xbox 360's. In addition, a special auxiliary port on the back of the console will let you connect (pun intended) Microsoft's Kinect motion add on, allowing simultaneous power and data transfer.
The slim goes on sale later this week at a price of $299.
A name and release date we already knew for Treyarch's next iteration to the Call of Duty series, but what we didn't know (for sure at least) was the when and where the game will take place. Gametrailers TV had their big reveal Friday night with the debut trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops, and while there were many hints indicating a Vietnam era war game, there were also some more modern elements thrown in than we expected. Take a look for yourself below.
For Gametrailer's breakdown of the trailer, hit the jump