Archive for July, 2012

Star Wars: The Old Republic going free-to-play this Fall

by Robert Strickon July 31, 2012
BioWare, a Label of Electronic Arts, announced today that it will be expanding the story-driven, massively multiplayer online game Star Wars™: The Old Republic by adding a new Free-to-Play option this fall. This option will give players access to each of the eight iconic Star Wars character class storylines, all the way up to level […]

Breaking 3DSLL & NSMB2 Sales Figures

by Andy Whitefieldon July 31, 2012
How well has the 3DS LL (XL) and New Super Mario Bros 2 sold in Japan?


Lucky Nugget to come to Nintendo DS

by Robert Strickon July 31, 2012
Lucky Nugget online and mobile casino has been offering players its own distinctive brand of online slots, blackjack, roulette and other casino games for several years and has become an established and recognized name in the gaming sphere. Now they seem set to take on the Nintendo DS market with the release of their very […]

Aliens: Colonial Marines Authentic Aliens Trailer

by Taylor Parolinion July 31, 2012
Here we have a pretty cool developer diary of sorts going into quite a bit of detail on how Gearbox plans to deliver an authentic Aliens experience to the fans. It’s pretty cool, but I can’t help feel like the game’s prominent multiplayer wont be authentic without playable females, a subject that this video sadly […]


Review: Deadlight (XBLA)

by Daniel Flatton July 30, 2012
Prince of Persia (2D) + Zombies = Deadlight. What more could you possibly want?

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Fight Lab Trailer

by Seán Whitearon July 30, 2012
Namco have released a trailer for Tekken Tag Tournament 2’s game mode, Fight Lab, a tutorial mode which guides players through learning combos, so you don’t need to button mash anymore. Trailer can be found after the break.


Rumour: PlayStation All-Stars leak reveals… everything?

by Seán Whitearon July 30, 2012
Some lucky PS3 owners are currently enjoying the PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale beta, and some of those same people have snooping around the beta’s game data, possibly revealing all the characters, stages and items included within the game.

The Problem with Fanboys

by Daniel Flatton July 27, 2012
Fanboys, by definition in the video game industry, are the raving and rampant champions of their preferred system. Usually fanboys take up allegiance to a certain console and will not only buy pretty much anything that comes out for the system, but champion it across the battlefield of every major forum on the video game […]