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I don’t own any iOS devices that could play The Dark Meadow, and I’m starting to wish I did. Being developed by Phosphor Games (Chicago, hell yeah!) and running on The Unreal 3 Engine, the game so far looks awesome. Check out the teaser trailer below. You wouldn’t know it was a mobile game by the gorgeous look of the video.
The Dark Meadow will be out later this month, price point not yet announced. The game will also be in English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Korean and Italian. Art past the break. READ MORE
Aliens seems to be a video game title that isn’t going to go away anytime soon. With the release of the sub par Aliens Vs Predator, and Aliens: Colonial Marines FINALLY getting close to an actual release, why not release a classic 2D side scroller on the Nintendo Ds?
I have to say, it looks like fun! Definitely has that old skool Contra look to it. Aliens: Infestation is coming out in September, and you’ll get a chance to venture into the Sulaco, the Derelict ship, and LV-426. You can recruit and play as 19 different marines, while exploring the expanded Aliens universe. Screens past the break. READ MORE
I almost glanced over The Dark Meadow as I was perusing through some video game stuffs, but I’m glad I stopped. The Dark Meadow is an iOS game that runs on the Unreal 3 game engine. “From the start, our vision for The Dark Meadow was to create a top-tier console gaming experience that works on iOS devices from 3GS to iPad 2,” said Chip Sineni, Director of Phosphor Games Studios. “From the real-time cinematics and in-depth storyline, to the gesture-based ranged and melee combat systems, our goal is to integrate the best of hardcore console gaming with the intuitive ease of the casual mobile world.”
In The Dark Meadow you awake in a hospital unsure of how exactly you got there. You meet an old man who tells you there is a witch controlling horrible minions through out the hospital will the soul purpose of killing you. The only way out? Kill the witch. More past the break. READ MORE
There is no doubt about it. Final Fantasy games usually graphically look better than just about every game on the market. Well the screens past the break prove just that. They also show off the Bresha Ruins, one of the many new areas in FF XIII-2.
I suppose I should get back into beating Final Fantasy XIII before moving on to XIII-2 when it is released in early 2012 for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. I suppose you all should do the same. I spose. READ MORE
Well now that you have looked at some evilish dark Amy screens, I thought I would take you on a wild ride into the light with some Final Fantasy XIII-2 screens. Final Fantasy XIII-2 comes out for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 sometime early 2012. More screens past the break.
Ok Fallout DLC junkies, less than 2 short weeks away the Old World Blues DLC will be coming out on July 19th for the PC, Playstation 3, and Xbox 360. In Old World Blues you unwillingly become part of a lab experiment, and in turn find out how a bunch of the wastes mutated monsters came to be.
The DLC will raise the level cap by 5 as well. You will be able to pick it up for $10 on the PC and Playstation 3, or 800 Microsoft Broken Dreams on the Xbox 360. Screens past the break. READ MORE
Unfortunately nothing new to report about Final Fantasy XIII-2, but I do have a bunch of fancy new screens past the break. That is if you’re interested. You should be, it’s good stuff. That is all, enjoy your 4th of July!
Inversion is peaking my interest more and more and I would really love to get a crack at the game before it comes out to see if it plays as good as it looks. The game will allow you to control gravity which means use objects at your will. Use your surroundings as weapons, to protect you, to help you progress.
Even better, the game uses the Havok Destruction Engine to make your surroundings incredible destructible. Throw in some co-op and I get a nerd boner. Past the break for new screens and art. Unfortunately we wont be seeing the game until February 7th 2012 for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. READ MORE
After playing Mega Man Legends 1 years ago, I had really hoped the RPG like Mega Man game would take off into a continuing series. It somewhat did, but never became the success I had hoped it would. Never the less, coming out at some point in the future is Mega Man Legends 3 for the Nintendo 3DS.
From the looks of the trailer you will be able to build robots. I fucking hope so. For those who know nothing about the Legend games, think of them like a 3rd person mega man shooter rpg. Screens past the break. READ MORE
Shadows Of The Damned has a dynamite line up behind the scenes, so naturally I’m pretty pumped about it. Though it wasn’t what most people were expecting to see from several of the gaming industries greats, I still think it could turn out to be a kick ass game.
Past the break for some new screens. Shadows Of The Damned will be released June 7th on the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. READ MORE
Inversion slipped through my radar, but no longer! Namco Bandai and developers Saber Interactive are working on this beautiful game. Inversion is a 3rd person (co-op if you want) shooter where you can control gravity all you fucking want. Using your grappler, you can wreck enemies, throw shit all around, solve puzzles, basically anything.
Inversion will be the 1st, and seemingly not the last game to feature the Havok Destruction Engine which will enable you to completely wreck your surroundings. Past the break for more. READ MORE
In Jason Vs Zombies you play as a man names Jason. Who’d have thought right? Read on for the rest of the game info and past the breaks for screens and features. The game is out now for the iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPod 3, iPod 4, iPhone 4, iPad 1, and iPad 2.
“You play a guy named Jason. There exists no humanity on this world. The world is full of zombies and you (Jason) are the only man who can save the world if you kill all zombies. You have to be a very good Zombie Killer for surviving 5 amazing Levels and Missions. It’s a long way to the last level called “Zombie City”. So you need many Kill-Points to unlock new weapons for free. You can also earn Bonus-Kill-Points if you cut the arms and heads of aggressively zombies with your different weapons. Your Level-Kill-Points will always be saved and you can play every level for new if it’s unlocked once.” READ MORE
Ok, so they aren’t all green, that would look weird. However, as you can see from the screens that are past the break, it looks like in the classic Ghostbusters sense you will be fighting a wicked train or subway car. Just the way I like it. Fighting possessed inanimate objects.
Ghostbusters Sanctum of Slime is a PC, Playstation Network, Xbox Live Arcade joint that is looking at a March 23rd release date. READ MORE
Somewhere way way back in time, say 20 or so years ago Kid Icarus graced our Nintendos, and that was one hell of a hard game. I know I never beat it. Hopefully, with Uprising coming to the Nintendo 3DS, we will have a bit of an easier time.
In Kid Icarus Uprising, Medusa is reborn, and it is up to our hero Pit to stop that snake haired wench. Oh yeah, and he can fly. Duh. Nothing wrong with having a pair of extra large wings to help you on your quest to destroy evil. The game will come out summer of this year on the lil’ hand held wonder known as the Nintendo 3DS. Screens past the break. READ MORE
In case you haven’t heard, expect to see Ghostbusters Sanctum Of Slime in the next few months. You don’t know what it’s all about? Well, 4 player co-op Ghostbusting action. In Sanctum of Slime you and hopefully 3 of your friends play as Ghostbuster rookies sent out on different ghost busting jobs.
Head past the break to see a trailer and some new screen shots. The game will be on the PC, Playstation Network, and Xbox Live Arcade. READ MORE
Hint hint, you could be looking at a potential future video game vixen. How about a little Christmas cheer? I know, you have other things on your mind. Like all the presents you got, and are playing, or Kat from Halo Reach, but why don’t you relax, and head past the break.
What, you thought because it was Christmas that I’d forget about you loyal readers? Well, you’re god damn right I did. But I thought, why not give you something to do while you are sitting around wishing you got better presents. Check out the launch teaser trailer for Dead Rising 2: Case West below.
Case West is out on Dec 27th on Xbox Live Arcade ONLY. You can get it for 800 Microsoft Santa Puke Piles. Happy Holidays you dirty m effers. READ MORE
I’ve said it before, but The Third Birthday will be the reason I dust off my PSP. I’m a big fan of the series, and while I am disappointed it is on the PSP I’m just glad that it’s back. Hopefully it does well and they will bump a 4th game into 360/PS3 territory.
In the 3rd installment of the series Aya Brea is the only one who can save New York from creatures known as The Twisted. The game is to release in North America the 1st quarter of next year on the PSP. Lots of new screens past the break. READ MORE
Capcom is smart. They released Dead Rising Case Zero almost like an extended demo for Dead Rising 2, and it did amazingly. Well keeping that alive, sometime this month (supposedly) they will be releasing Dead Rising 2: Case West. Another bridging story in the world of Dead Rising, where our 2 heroes Frank West and Chuck Greene meet after the events of Dead Rising 2 and fight to survive together.
Lots of new weapon combos and fun to be had. The game will release on Xbox Live Arcade ONLY (Sorry PS3 fans), no price and no exact release date is yet known. Screens beyond the break. READ MORE
A little bit before Halloween I posted about a new Back To The Future game. Christopher Loyd is back playing Doc. And while they couldn’t get Michael J Fox to do the voice of Marty, AJ LoCascio does an amazing job filling in.
Telltale games is working on the game for NBC Universal, and they have also signed on to do an episodic Jurassic Park series as well. This Back To The Future takes place a short time after the 3rd movie. Doc is lost in time and it’s up to Marty to find him. Past the break for screens. READ MORE