Mass Effect 3 lead producer Casey Hudson and a handful the game’s creators are excited about their new game. So excited in fact, that they can’t keep their mouths shut.
By now you’ve heard. The most anticipated title of 2011 won’t be coming out in 2011 at all, but… that’s sort of good thing.
We must have looked into our crystal balls, because all of our “guesses” about Mass Effect 3 were spot on!
Bulletstorm breathes new life into the decaying corpse that is the first person shooter. There are a few disclaimers about the game that I must share before I get into a proper review. First, the game isn’t meant to be taken seriously. The dialog is meant to be ridiculous and cheesy, sort of like if Wolverine was the main character in Ice Pirates (1% of people reading this have seen Ice Pirates). Let’s review the game, not the hype.
Eleven Years. Eleven Years ago I was playing Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 on arcade cabinet deep within the recesses of the USF student union. Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 was largely to blame for me failing out of college that semester (that extreme laziness). Why on earth did they have to put that game so damn close to my stupid Urban Geography class?
Bioware released Mass Effect 2 this week for the PS3. Now there are a few minor technical differences between the 360 and PS3 version, but one difference is blaring. There is currently no way to carry over your save game from ME1 to ME2 on the PS3 because ME1 does not exist on the PS3
Capcom was the only game developer at this year’s CES in Vegas. Moments ago they revealed two new fighters for their upcoming brawler Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Mike Haggar and Pheonix.
This Christmas eve let us celebrate an amazing Bioware crossover event. For a while now I’ve been hearing rumors that the best female voice actress in the biz, Jennifer Hale was going to be the voice of the Trooper class in Bioware’s upcoming MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic. Well with this X-mas eve trailer those rumors have been confirmed! (Click to behold greatness)