Anyone like games? Because we here are all about sharing our love about titles. Which is why, thanks to Digerati Distribution, we’re going to share two Steam copies of Vertical Drop Heroes HD, a game we genuinely enjoyed. Gaming is always better when it’s shared. So, here’s how this giveaway works. We have two copies more »
When it comes to contests, I’m not a big fan. I lose. Alot. When it comes to sports-related contests, well, it’s hopeless, and I’m sure I’m not the only gaming geek that knows the feeling. Columbia Games seems to feel my pain, and has a contest that at least gives me a fighting chance even though I don’t know much about hockey. Just for entering, they give $5 credit to their cool games, and if I guess (and it’s sports related, so it’s going to be a guess) right, I get $10 credit.
GamerTell recently told you about Pikachu’s other gig as a World Cup mascot. Pikachu and several of his friends, classic and new Pokemon among them, will appear on special Adidas-designed uniforms. That’s just the opening act of Pikachu’s efforts to promote the growth of soccer. A lot of folks that weren’t Pikachu or Nintendo fans more »
Who loves Pokemon? We all do, of course. But the Pokemon video games aren’t the only way to enjoy battling, collecting, and trading. There’s the Pokemon Trading Card Game as well. Now, the arrival of Pokemon X and Y means your current Pokemon TCG deck may be a little outdated, but that’s okay because you more »
How are you going to go on grand adventures if you don’t know what time it is? You can’t and won’t. Don’t worry though, because Nooka’s Zub Zot 20 Adventure Time unisex watch can make you the hero you’re meant to be. The watch face features the visage of Finn and only people who know more »
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Zen Studios’ Pinball FX 2 is excellent at using current-gen console controllers to create that old school arcade experience. The game also has a number of affordable table options to keep things new and fresh. The Pinball FX 2 game is a free download but Zen charges for the tables.
To promote the game and have a little Halloween fun, Zen has made its Paranormal Table available as a free download in the Xbox Live Arcade until November 2, 2011. This table places you in the role of a paranormal detective investigating creepy creatures and weird happenings. (The truth is out there, Agent Mulder.)
Halloween is fast approaching, which means its time for the Atlus Faithful to start planning. As always, Atlus is holding a Halloween costume contest where people who dress up as their favorite Atlus video game characters could end up winning stuff for their hard work. This year, eight lucky people will walk away with Amazon gift cards for their awesome costumes.
The smallest prize will go to four random entrants, who will each walk away with $25 gift cards.,,
Contest time! If you like free stuff (we all do), then get ready to cozy up to Sega. The company is bringing back a classic game, and will be releasing it on the PS3. The thing is, Sega doesn’t want this to be a typical game announcement. So it’s decided to hint at the game and let the fans try to name what it so they can be one of the lucky people to win a copy of said game.
It all involves watching a video, which was posted at the Sega Blog…
The perks of being a celebrity never stop: money, fame and special versions of Madden NFL 12. EA Sports presented superstars including 50 Cent, Terrell Owens and Amare Stoudamire with special “VIP” packages of the new game. They include a custom PlayStation 3 with “It’s Time” engraved on it, a cap that reads “I Am The Madden Curse,” Monster headphones and of course, a copy of Madden NFL 12. EA did save one package for those of us who can’t rap, play sports or get our own VH1 reality shows. To win it, you will need to “Like” Madden NFL 12 on Facebook and post a story about your greatest Madden moment by August 25, 2011.
The Tokyo Game Show is coming up on September 15, 2011 and already people are starting to get excited. With good reason too, as it’s typically even bigger and better than E3. Especially since only the first two days are exclusive to press and industry officials, and the second two are for everyone. Of course, if you want to attend on September 17-18, 2011, you’ll have to pay ¥1,200 each day (~$15) to get in. That is, unless you win passes in one of the social network ticket giveaways the Tokyo Game Show is holding…