Reviews are a-plenty! Mass Effect comic, The Thing, another Spider-Man game, Grimm, Dance Central 2, Batman: Arkham City (hint: it’s good) and more. We bring the news, and your responses to our twitter question about comic book video games. Special thanks to Mark Dago for a track from “Kill Screen”. A true feast for your nerdy appetite!
We talk Dragon Age DLC and Redemption, Matt plays the most brutally unforgiving game of 2011, and we take a first look at Uncharted 3 multiplayer. We have news about Hulu, Microsoft, and Transformers as well as your responses to our twitter question. Enjoy!
When it comes to platforming, Rayman is no slouch. You don’t need limbs to run, jump, and climb, just a good set of floating hands and feet. We jump in with the Rayman Origins demo, currently available on your favorite gaming networks.
Just in time for Halloween, DoubleFine’s excellent clever RPG is FREE on PlayStation Plus
A game that we previewed on our very first podcast, was it worth the wait?
Or at least that's what BioWare and the numbers people at EA want you to believe. SWTOR is finally coming out at the end of the year. Nothing says holiday fun quite like fetch questin'. I guess that means those…
Hands-on impressions of two of the latest Kinect-enabled demos. It’s time… to face… the hole.
SOE announces that the long running and oft criticized MMO will end with a bang this year.
When worlds collide… you have a Calamity
The highly addictive produce-karate mashup, Fruit Ninja Kinect, is Xbox’s latest offering in the 2011 Summer of Arcade series. Although the game debuted on iOS, and has recently come to the Android market, the Xbox version adds the wrinkle of Kinect functionality — turning this quick finger swiping game into a full body hack and slash. But is it worth the made-up 800 MS points?
What would you do with an entire room full of synthesizers?
Mario’s gonna need to start actually fixing those pipes to help pay Nintendo’s bills. [Updated]