Keiji Inafune, the Head of R&D Management Group, Consumer Games R&D Division and Contents Management Division, father of Mega Man and all-round legend has left Capcom to pursue ventures new.
Halloween is mere days away. In this week’s Roundtable, we discuss the most frightening games we’ve ever played. Bring a pillow. You’ll need it to hide behind when you weep tears of cold fear.
Nintendo wants to celebrate Mario’s birthday in a big way!
Feeling nostalgic? With Goldeneye 007 almost upon Wii owners, Martin takes a look at the game that’s causing more of a shake than a stir.
If you’re free 6/7 November 2010 and you’re into your retro/arcade gaming, why not pop up to Blackpool to check an awesome new retro gaming expo?
This week’s PC digital distribution must-have deals
In March of this year I had to visit Texas for a few days to help with a tradeshow for my job. In the few, brief moments when I wasn’t being bombarded with work, I managed to make my way to the nearby mall in Grapevine, Texas. It was there that I happened to find a Sega GameWorks arcade, one of the last “mega,” dedicated arcades in the country.
A review…in video form?!? Yep.
As if Cataclysm wasn’t enough, Blizzard already has plans for a fourth expansion for World of Warcraft.
Should there be a bigger prize for finishing the game on Hardcore?
The vast size of New Vegas and amount of content to explore promise many many hours lost to this game.
As if it were a lesson pulled straight from a tame mobster movie, one unfortunate soul has paid a rather disproportionate price for potty-mouthed smack-talk.
Much of the coverage for New Vegas so far has included many complaints that the game hasn’t been upgraded enough compared to Fallout 3. Many gamers were hoping to see significant improvements in graphics, character models, the user interface, and game mechanics. One way of approaching Fallout: New Vegas might be to think of it as a game in limbo between an expansion pack and a full fledged sequel. No, this isn’t Fallout 4, and no it isn’t an expansion on Fallout 3. New Vegas uses the resources Bethesda developed for Oblivion and Fallout 3, and improves upon many of them while keeping the core design intact.
Sebastian looks the Taliban – and controversy – square in the face, as he reviews this entry in the first-person shooter series.
More BOOM for your chick chicks.
As we draw closer to the release of a new game in the gorey Splatterhouse series, guest writer Chad Morelock takes a look back at the series’ previous iterations and what made them so classic.
Ivy the Kiwi?, a new game for both Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS, will be available for purchase from major UK retailers next Friday (29 October).
WIRED blog has reported that a Starcraft II player has been banned for using an illegal program in order to cheat against an AI opponent.
It was reported today that EA has purchased Chilingo.