The epic DLC for Dante’s Inferno known as The Trials Of St. Lucia will be released on April 29th. This DLC will quench your hellish thirst as it offers 40 different trials, on top of a challenge creator so you can make up your own. You will also get to play online with a friend to fight through these trials, and St. Lucia herself will be at your disposal.
You can also download, rate, and favorite other peoples trials. So the possibilities for playing are endless. Oh and St. Lucia can fly and shoot beams of holiness from her eyes. Not bad. READ MORE
More zombies just like I promised! The nice thing is Halfbrick Studios at least has a sense of humor about the fact that yes, this is another zombie game. Basically in Age Of Zombies, you travel through time fighting zombies, from the Pyramids of Egypt, to Japanese Villages.
You will join Barry Steakfries, and Zombie T-Rex (yes both amazing names) on this adventure for the PSP, and PS3 Minis for yes only $5.00. Out now! Head past the break for their amazing press release and some screens.. READ MORE
I’ve decided it’s zombie day. I’m going to tell you about zombie games until your head explodes. How do you feel about side scrolling shooters? Alien Zombie Death is kind of like old skool Contra. Except you are a lone spaceman fighting alien zombies.
You can get the game for the PSP Mini right now for only 5 american dollars. That’s a good deal. And if you want, you can head past the break for some screens and features. READ MORE
Back again just like the past 2 years, and like always I want to know what YOU thought was the best horror game of 2009. Last year was a good race, and Dead Space narrowly beat out Left 4 Dead for the win. I could post a top 10 of my favorite horror games of last year, but I like it better when you guys do the work for me.
And now for my wonderous disclaimer. The games on this list are that that would reflect anything horror, sci-fi, bloody and or disgusting, gory, thrillerish, creepy, aliens, ghosts, zombies, vampires, plain old really weird stuff, stuff that is outside of “normal”, there are no Mario’s in this list, no Call Of Duty’s, these are the games people cringe at. The games some people are too scared to play. The games parents don’t want their kids playing. The games that we love here on BD.
Head past the break to see the games in the running! READ MORE
(The contest is over and the winners were sent PMs. If they fail to send me their addresses within a week, I will choose someone else of my liking to receive their prize, and they will be made fun of uncontrollably until they need rehab.)
Dear Canadian readers, can’t afford Dante’s Inferno? Is your girlfriend trapped in Hell, and playing the game is the only way for you to save her? Good news. You can win the game, from us! Right here! Comment and tell me you want the game, tell me how bad you need it. Tell me why I should send you to Hell. We have 3 copies of the game for Xbox 360 to give away. You will have 1 week from today 2/10 to comment. So, have at it!
Dante’s Inferno came out February 9th for the PSP, Playstation 3, and Xbox 360. If you want to go check out Hell a little 1st, head HERE to the games official site. Sorry to those who got their hopes up earlier, we posted the contest, and found out prior that it is for Ontario area readers only. Head past the break for the Decent Into Hell Trailer. READ MORE
Always a purveyor of free things, I found not only 1 free comic but 16. Playstation Network just launched a Digital Comics section for it’s Playstation Portable Console. If you go to there store you can check out a bunch of series in differenet genres. Check out their blog for more info. I downloaded a couple last night. I read “Aleister Arcane” from IDW and was pretty impressed in not only the comic itself but the way you navigate through the comic on the console and the whole presentation. Will you use this feature? READ MORE
You may or may not have heard of the Obscure games. They revolve around a group of high school students in the 1st game, whose friend goes missing. So they are searching their high school in search of him only to find out their high school is totally f*cked. While cheesy to the max, the game still does a good job at creeping you out.
In Obscure: The Aftermath, the same group of kids move on to college together only to have more messed up shit happen at their school. Strange black flowers started growing around campus. Well naturally the kids around school start smoking the new plant. Somehow turning a bad trip into a horrible reality. The soundtrack in the second game was actually performed by the Boston String Quartet and the Paris Opera Children’s Choir. The game is out now for the PSP and the PSP Go. Head past the break for the trailer and screens.. READ MORE