When Star Wars meets World of Warcraft
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on December 10, 2010 under Gaming, Pics
That's not the all mighty Sarlaac. That's the Maw of Madness, an area in Twilight Highlands; one of the new zones in Cataclysm. Sure looks like a Sarlacc pit though, huh? I wonder if you are slowly digested in there over a thousand years. ... more.
PlanetSide Next launching in March?
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Gaming, News
If you've been playing MMOs or PC games for a while, you probably remember SOE's persistent world FPS PlanetSide. Despite the game currently having a small player base on one remaining server, it still has its fans including higher ups at SOE. So much so that a sequel is in development, and Smed confirmed to more.
- Square admits that FFXIV is bad and officially delays PS3 version 0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Gaming, News
DC Universe Online First Impressions
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on December 9, 2010 under Gaming, News, Reviews
Sony Online Entertainment's DC Universe Online has been in closed beta for a little while now, but this week the NDA dropped which means people can now talk about it. We haven't spent too much time in the game yet, but we've played it enough to give you some first impressions on what will be the third Superhero MMO to hit the market after City of Heroes/Villains and Champions Online. Since you ... more.
EA expects The Old Republic to last 10 years
5 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on December 8, 2010 under Gaming
Electronic Arts' CFO Eric Brown recently spoke at a conference in New York, and their upcoming MMO The Old Republic came up. Obviously trying to squash some of the recent negativity online, he mentioned how they plan to have The Old Republic around for a very long time. Eruogamer has the quotes: "O... more.
10 Reasons Cataclysm Brings Back Warcrack
2 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Featured, Gaming, Lists
World of Warcraft Cataclysm went live this week and it's brining both old and new players to a changed Azeroth. The expansion is so big with so much cool stuff, it's bringing back veteran players to a game that they may have began to get a bit burned out on. Below are ten reasons why Cataclysm has given new life to the World of Warcrack. Goblins While it's doubtful you'll see many naked ... more.
World of Warcraft: Cataclysm is here
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on December 7, 2010 under Gaming, Reviews
By now you should see Worgen and Goblins running around the cities in World of Warcraft as Cataclysm officially went live at midnight Pacific time this morning. We've played the beta extensively and it's safe to say that Cataclysm is an even better expansion than Lich King. From the redesigned old world, the new areas, the new races, Guild Achievements and progression, and just about every other u... more.
Star Wars: Imperial Academy released for iOS
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Gaming
THQ and ngmoco have finally released the freemium Imperial Academy deathmatch game for iOS devices. The game is a four-player first-person shooter that uses micro-transactions to allow you to buy your way to victory. Unfortunately, the game is a steaming pile of Bantha Poodo. The controls are absolutely unplayable, and the game looks and sounds like crap. Even for a "free" download, it isn't worth... more.
Tron Evolution Timeline
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on December 6, 2010 under Gaming
While Tron Legacy won't be out for another couple of weeks, tomorrow is the big Tron day when Daft Punk's soundtrack is released along with the Tron Evolution videogame for just about any platform you could want it on. Tron Evolution is actually a prequel to Tron Legacy and is meant to fill in the gaps between the 1982 original movie and the sequel. With nearly thirty years of time between them, t... more.
Back to the Future The Game Trailer!
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on December 3, 2010 under Gaming, News, Videos
GameTrailers.com has an awesome exclusive today in the form of the first actual gameplay trailer for Telltale's upcoming episodic Back to the Future game, which releases this month. You'll be able to download the first episode later in December, they'll take a break in January, and then the remaining episodes will be available from February into the spring. Check out the trailer below and try to n... more.