Quivering in excitement? You should be. E3 is just around the corner. In the first part of our E3 2011 Countdown series, Declan discusses what to expect from Microsoft at this year’s Los Angeles expo.
Amazon.com opens their very own online game store for Mac!
In the latest episode of Bits ‘n’ Bytes Gaming’s PodBytes series, Martin, Declan, Seb, Rexly, and Chad gather around the discussion table to talk about the biggest gaming event of the year, E3, and what they think the big three are going to unveil and focus on in their conferences.
Chad reviews the work of the iconic William Shatner in a new edition of Page to Pixel!
The lead-laden Gears of War 3 campaign trailer is released with an extra helping of heavy metal.
Gummy Bears: fun to eat…and to watch as they animate classic gaming moments!
Sega has come forth with release information on (yet another) upcoming adaptation of this popular arcade shooter.
In this week’s Friday Roundtable, the team grapple with the Cold War of the games industry, the casual vs. hardcore conflict. Are casual games really that bad? Is the division between the lunch-break gamer and the enthusiastic role-player a symbol of our past time’s diversity, or is it an uncomfortable rift threatening to poison the buds of a still fledgling game industry? Oh, the questions!
Prisoners in China forced to play MMORPGs, report claims.
The Creative Assembly has released new DLC for Total War: Shogun 2 which includes warrior nuns and a new historical battle.
For those few who still have a life outside of addictive social gaming, a new Facebook game based on Jimmy Buffett’s “teachings” promises to make you a beach bum for life!
If you can take the pain, then step into the ring of Supremacy MMA.
UK game publisher Codemasters latest to be hacked!
GameFly has acquired IGN’s Direct2Drive service.
Pascal has walked his assigned beat and conducted a thorough investigation; now he’s ready to submit his incident report.
The hit game will soon debut on other smartphones.
Chad’s in that dice-rolling, trap disarming mood, and yes, he’s looking at a D&D novel and its PC adaptation.
Funcom announces a free-to-play model for its MMO Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures.
Chad presents a quick guide to the places and people of the Forgotten Realms, the setting of Atari’s new Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale.
While the PSN allows online play and PlayStation Home, its marketplace is still missing in action.