The Portal 2 Store — Robotic Enrichment Video

Posted on April 21, 2011

Portal 2 has been released to rave reviews, and PC players get an extra bonus for their multiplayer robots P-body and ATLAS with the in game Robotic Enrichment s …

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Part 3 Of Our Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim First Look Preview

Posted on April 21, 2011

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Our epic preview coverage The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim continues with even more details. In Part 3 of our First Look we had the chance to see Skyrim’s first d …

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Duke Nukem Forever totals over 6,000 man-months of work

Posted on April 21, 2011

As Duke Nukem Forever enters the development home stretch, Gearbox president Randy Pitchford talks about how much work has gone into the game and credits some of the external teams helping them make it to the finish line.
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The Grandeur of NCAA 12

Posted on April 20, 2011

The first details about NCAA 12 are slowly coming out, and this teaser trailer from EA Sports showcases some of the college pageantry in the game.

Today the publisher also announced that former University of Alabama running back Mark Ingram has been voted as the cover star for this year’s game, which comes out on July 12.

You’ll probably notice in the screens and the video below that the game is looking pretty good thanks to a new feature called HDR lighting. You can see the first developer diary about HDR lighting in this previous preview. This new look is augmented by increased presentation, including more pre-game festivities to get your blood going.

Stay tuned for more on NCAA 12 – including news about some important gameplay changes – in the coming days.

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MDK 2 parachuting onto WiiWare May 9

Posted on April 20, 2011

Raise a (radioactive) toast, as a release date has finally been set for the WiiWare version of MDK 2. Nintendo’s website lists the title for a May 9 launch at a price of 1000 Wii Points ($10).

We checked with Trent Oster, head of developer IdeaSpark Labs, who confirmed both the date and price. Remember, be mindful of the pumpernickel. It tends to explode.

JoystiqMDK 2 parachuting onto WiiWare May 9 originally appeared on Joystiq on Tue, 19 Apr 2011 22:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Video Review: Mortal Kombat

Posted on April 19, 2011

VIDEO: Mortal Kombat plays it safe by rebooting the entire series but it succeeds with shiny new graphics, tons of features, and buckets of blood.
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New Fear 3 Trailers Featuring MP Action & Some Surburban Chaos

Posted on April 18, 2011

It’s little more than a month away until gamers are thrusted back into the town of Fairport to once again submerged themselves into the horror that Day 1 Studios’ F.3.A.R. promises to deliver.

To satisfy your need to be scared, we have a couple of new trailers that features some of the new multiplayer modes mayhem that waits gamers and some new scare filled gameplay footage.

The first trailer showcases F.3.A.R.’s four multiplayers modes that will be available. They include:

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SOCOM 4 First 15 Minutes — Jump Right Into The Action

Posted on April 18, 2011

SOCOM 4: US Navy SEALs is the PS3 exclusive first-person shooter that’s set to launch on April 19. Wait…that’s tomorrow, what are you doing reading this? Shoul …

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Duke Nukem Forever – The Babes Trailer

Posted on April 11, 2011

Check out the beautiful babes in Duke Nukem Forever. “Please remember to wash hands after playing”

Mario Land World 1-1 Recreated In LittleBigPlanet 2

Posted on April 11, 2011

LittleBigPlanet 2 gives you freedom to make any level you your creativity will allow. If you don’t feel like being creative you  could always recreate an ex …

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Warner Brothers Appears To Be Making A New Multiplayer Focused Batman Game

Posted on April 11, 2011

 

Warner Brothers could be doing what may be considered blasphemy amongst gamers: they could be making a comic book inspired Batman game without Rocksteady at the helm. Yes, I know such a thing may be shocking enough that you either lost your breath or performed a Batman style falcon punch to your computer monitor, but just stay with me for a bit before you go into gamer rage mode so I can fill you in on the details.

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Kato Becomes A Race Car Driver

Posted on April 11, 2011

I’m probably as good of a real-life race car driver as I am in video games, but that’s not saying much. I test drove a Porsche 911 Carerra 2S on an actual race track to see if any of my racing experience in video games would translate to the real world. My instructor for the day was Porsche professional factory driver Patrick Long, who not only had some invaluable tips on how to drive race cars, but also wasn’t too shabby  behind the wheel of Forza 3.

Check out this video of us trading paint in the game and getting behind the wheel of a Porsche 911 Turbo, Porsche 911 Carerra 2S, and the smokin’ Porsche GT3 (which Patrick calls a “race car with a license plate”).

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Also be sure to check out my full story in the new Mass Effect 3 issue of Game Informer (issue #217).

Thanks to videographer Jon Gordon for filming and our own Ben Hanson for editing.

 


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Discover Duke Nukem’s Forgotten Boob-Free Roots

Posted on April 11, 2011

The first part of a Duke Nukem retrospective reveals the macho character’s tame origin.

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Still Want More Mortal Kombat: Legacy Pre-Release Goodness? Well Here’s A New Pic Featuring Scorpion

Posted on April 11, 2011

 

In case you didn’t quite get your fill of Mortal Kombat: Legacy goodness with the teaser clip and Sub-Zero image that were released, then perhaps a new pic of Scorpion will satisfy you until the Tuesday premier of the web series.  So far we haven’t exactly gotten complete character profile shots for the characters included in Mortal Kombat: Legacy but series Director Kevin Tancharoen has taken to his Twitter account to give us yet another small …

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SSX: Deadly Descents Gets A Name Change + New BTS Video

Posted on April 09, 2011

 

When Electronic Arts unveiled their SSX reboot last December at the Spike Video Game Awards, the reception amongst gamers was about as icy as one of the treacherous mountain peaks that are featured in the game.  Gamers were far from thrilled upon seeing SSX: Deadly Descents and instead of fist bumping or high-fiving their fellow gamers, loyal SSX fans were instead readying their pitchforks to show EA what they really thought of the game.

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Replay: Splinter Cell

Posted on April 09, 2011

Fans of this classic Tom Clancy-branded stealth series, prepare to be frustrated! On this week’s episode of Replay, Dan Ryckert, Tim Turi, Andrew Reiner, and I revisit the Xbox release that started the Splinter Cell series. Unfortunately, it’s been a while since we’ve played this game — in the case of Dan and I, we’ve barely ever touched it — so it takes a bit of time to get reacquaint ourselves with the complex control scheme. Like, uh…most of the episode.

Prepare some angry comments for Dan and stick with us for a Replay Roulette where we check out another Xbox…er…classic — this time, with co-op!

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Smithsonian extends voting on Art of Video Games exhibit through April 17

Posted on April 06, 2011

We know — you were going to vote for the Smithsonian’s Art of Video Games exhibit, but then your cat got lost, you had extra homework to do and your collection of various Mario figurines needed organizing. But just in case you hadn’t made plans to get your vote in by Thursday, you’re in luck: the voting deadline has been extended to April 17, through the third Sunday of this month.

The vote is trying to narrow down the list to just 80 games set to be featured in an exhibition at the famed museum right around this time next year, so you’ll be helping to make history with your choices. Joining in to vote also sets you up to get advance notification about the winning games, as well as behind-the-scenes information about the exhibit as it’s shown off at the Smithsonian and then toured around the country. So go, vote now – Chrono Trigger isn’t going to pick itself!

JoystiqSmithsonian extends voting on Art of Video Games exhibit through April 17 originally appeared on Joystiq on Wed, 06 Apr 2011 08:45:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Sexy Scenes In Yakuza 4, Tokyo’s Sin City District

Posted on April 06, 2011

There are many things that are sexy in Japan, including massage parlors, hostess bars, strip clubs, adult DVD stores, and batting cages that feature pin-up model …

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SHIFT 2 UNLEASHED Attacking Corners

Posted on April 04, 2011

 

Do you have the guts to take a corner at 190 mph? Time Attack Champion Chris Rado talks about walking the fine line between racing glory and disaster.

“The commitment needs to be absolute. The car has to be sound.  And the driver…needs to be sharp as a razor…” - Team Need for Speed Driver Chris Rado

Are you driving on that thin line or are you going too far?  Only in SHIFT 2 UNLEASHED can you really test your limits and attack those corners.

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Gamers Heart Japan: Donate to the Red Cross earthquake and tsunami relief efforts

Posted on April 04, 2011
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If you’ve been looking for an excuse to finally donate to the Red Cross’ earthquake and tsunami relief efforts in Japan, consider this your lucky day. The hard-working team at Greedy Productions (see: Electric Playground) organized the following production, coordinating game journos, game developers, and other gaming industry so-and-sos to solicit contributions to help the Red Cross’ work in Japan. The angle: The importance of the Japanese gaming industry in all of our lives. Set aside an hour of your time to watch the below video, learn something about your favorite game industry personalities and find yourself compelled to donate.

Which, incidentally, you can do directly from the below Source link.

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JoystiqGamers Heart Japan: Donate to the Red Cross earthquake and tsunami relief efforts originally appeared on Joystiq on Sun, 03 Apr 2011 20:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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