If there’s one thing Crytek does well, it’s making amazing trailers for Crysis games. The “Suit Up” trailer for Crysis 3 is no exception.
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Xbox gamers probably have a love/hate relationship with their Gamerscore, that number gradually increasing number that’s linked to Xbox achievements. And now Microsoft is pushing that to the realm of iOS with the release of the Boggle-clone Wordament.
Damn. If this trailer is any indication of what the next Grand Theft Auto game is going to be like, we may as well just hand Rockstar the keys to the Game of the Year Banshee and be done with it.
The first piece of single player DLC for the awesome sandbox game Sleeping Dogs has been announced, and it seems the Sun on Yee are about to have a problem with the undead.
There’s a reason the Call of Duty games sell like hot cakes – they look incredible. As you can see from this newly released trailer. Set in 2025, the game features a wide selection of futuristic weaponry and an epic global battleground. While we’re a little sketchy on the plot, from the trailer we believe [...]
The Holy Grail of video games is a game that offers unlimited choice; a game that lets you decide how you want to progress. And from the looks of it Dishonored is as close as the industry has come to date.
The Assassin’s Creed franchise has largely been successful off the back of Ezio Auditore’s charm. But the third chapter isn’t about Ezio – it’s about Connor, and this new trailer introduces us to the American Civil war assassin.
We’ve shown you a few of the early previews of the upcoming SimCity game. This week developers have released an extended preview with a full game play from scratch. We need this game now!
With Nintendo launching the Wii U in time for Christmas, Sony needed to do something to keep selling Playstation consoles. Like a liposuction junkie, it decided to trim the fat even further from the PS3.
Think plugging in your Xbox to your 65-inch television is satisfying? Imagine multiplying that by, let’s say a billion, to enjoy a little Tekken on a 29 metre high screen. That’s what happened last week in Sydney.