Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes gives you one simple task: defuse a bomb. You have no manual and no way of knowing what wire to cut first, but you’re not alone. Your friends hold the instructions for how to stop it. You’re the only one that can see it, unless your friends like to screen more »
With all the Black Friday 2013 ads showing up online, you’d think it was the biggest shopping weekend of the year already. It’s not, of course, but the appearance of the officially released Walmart ad and Best Buy ad has really kicked things off. It’s happening, it’s real, and apparently Thanksgiving is the new Black more »
Posted over at the PlayStation Blog, the announcement of Sportsfriends making its way to the PlayStation 4 should make everyone happy. Everyone likes to have friends, especially when you’re new on the console block. Also in the good news category, backers of the Kickstarter for Sportsfriends that opted for the PS3 version of the game more »
San Francisco Bay Area-based publisher Maximum Games have announced today that they will be showing off three new disc-based compilation titles at E3 2013, Worms Collection, Worms: The Revolution Collection and The Serious Sam Collection. Worms Collection was released only a few weeks ago on the Xbox 360 and PlayStaion 3 and includes the original versions of Worms and Worms 2: Armageddon, more »
Moments after Microsoft’s E3 2013 press conference the company has sent out press releases detailing each game confirmed to be appearing on he Xbox One, including four launch titles. Xbox One Launch Titles Check out this list of the four Xbox One games available to buy ta the console’s launch this November: · Dead Rising 3 more »
Nintendo fans the world over have had much cause for concern over the last six months. After an underwhelming Wii U launch and month after month of poor Wii U sales, many have started to question the strength of Nintendo’s grip on the home console market. But the lack of first and third party games more »
Nintendo 3DS Direct ahoy! Okay, I was wrong on Monday when I assumed this presentation would just be about Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins and Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D. I guess what they say about “assuming” is wrong. Not only were there new announcements during the presentation, there were more »
A few times a year, Nintendo likes to give people a heads up as to what games are coming. You know, build some hype for forthcoming titles. Well, the first roundup of 3DS and Wii U games has been revealed for 2013. Nintendo’s put out a big list of 3DS and Wii U games that more »
We all remember the flashing lights and eye catching dance mat peripheral of Dance Dance Revolution gracing our local arcades. National tournaments were held across the country, and forums like DDRfreak flourished. There was once a time when DDR was popular with the masses, but as the video arcade died out, so did DDR‘s popularity. more »
Got a Wii U for Christmas? Excellent! But what do you play? The stores are closed, so you can’t return that copy of Sing Party your aunt bought you, and you can’t yet use your gift cards. But you’re not out of luck; digital downloads are part of the Wii U lifestyle, and there are two excellent games ready for you to download and play tonight: Trine 2: Director’s Cut and Chasing Aurora.
I’m not a fan of these Rabbids things. If I wanted tiny creatures with crazy eyes and big mouths spouting gibberish, I’d spend the morning at my kids’ day care. But I like party games. And the more bizarre they become, the happier I am. In that regard, Rabbids Land certainly delivers. It’s frantic, it’s unpredictable, and it rarely makes any sense, but that’s all part of the charm.
And the sales go on. We’re all done reviewing Walmart’s Cyber Monday 2012 offerings. Now is the perfect time to see what the GameStop Cyber Monday sale is all about.