Reviews of Shelf Life, Amy, Choplifter HD, NFL Blitz, Google TV 2.0 (vs. the Roku Stick?), and we lose one of our own to Minecraft. Oh, and we continue our SWTOR adventures. Also, the news, and responses to your twitter question about dream video game cross-promotions. Brought to you by the tubes that power the Internet. If you like what you hear, give us a review on iTunes, will ya?
Gravity bending action, tactical combat, and a retro style make Rochard a rock hard a winner for fans of side-scrolling mayhem. Strap on your hard hat, because it’s about to go down.
The Demo for Asura’s Wrath is unlike any game I’ve ever played before, as the game isn’t really a game at all. That’s right, much to my surprise Asura’s Wrath was actually nothing more than a collection of mini games and Quicktime evens smashed together into one god punching… rhythm game. Wait, rhythm game?
One quick blurb before I pass out for the evening. Capcom dropped this absolutely insane cinematic for RE:ORC this week that manages to highlight a wide variety of the game’s mechanics in the form of a pre-rendered cinematic.
I bought a Google TV a while ago and had the pleasure (blech) of using the first version of it for a few months without a cable box. The Google TV is one of those classic Google products. You know…
This March the Joss Whedon written and produced Cabin in The Woodswill finally will finally be seen after being shelved by a sinking MGM years ago. To put things into perspective, Cabin began filming in March 2009 and was completed on May 29, 2009.
AMY hits the virtual marketplace this week, bringing a third person survival horror experience with elements of puzzle solving, escort missions, and teamwork. How does the demo stack up?
As if we needed more to sweeten the deal, EA revealed early this morning that they’re going to reward their loyal customers by way of some brilliant cross-marketing. Similar to their Dead Space 2/ Dragon Age 2 mash up, people that show some love to Kingdom, will receive some in game Mass Effect 3 goodies and vise versa .
The live action series will be called Star Wars: Underworld and will apparently focus on the seedy underbelly of the outer rim at the height of the Empire’s power. According what we’ve been hearing the series will take place between episode 3 and 4 while Luke and Leia are still suffering from acne and Alderanean dating dilemmas. What this also means is that we’ll probably get to see a lot of familiar faces, including one perpetually pissed off Darth Vader (arm jack). According to legend, over 50 episodes of the series have already been written and are just waiting for the right opportunity to get rolling.
Sometimes you need a break from a life consuming RPG, most of the time that means arcade racing for me. DiRT 3 is what I do when I’m not playing SWTOR, and I’m already getting a jump on playing down my 2011 game pile. What do you play when you can’t sit down with your RPG?
Check out our exclusive interview with the incredibly creative Tara Platt
Gang we just got a press release from Bethesda detailing the long lasting intellectual property case between Bethesda and Interplay regarding the proposed Fallout MMO.