Sony engineer talks out of his ass about Lightsabers
5 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on November 30, 2010 under Gaming, Star Wars
Eurogamer has an interview up with SCEA's Software Engineer Anton Mikhailov where he goes off on the upcoming Kinect Star Wars game. He claims that not only was the E3 video faked, but that there is no way that the Xbox 360 Kinect can pull off a lightsaber game. He also promises that if PlayStation Mo... more.
The Old Republic Profiles the Sith Pureblood!
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on November 26, 2010 under Gaming, News
If you're a follower of the Dark Side (and you'd better be!), today's The Old Republic update will get your Sithy juices flowing. Bioware has done an update to their Holonet and added information on a couple of creatures and droids, but most importantly they profiled the awesome Sith Pureblood. These guys are the direct descendants of the... more.
- Gran Turismo 5 meets Minecraft 0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Gaming, Pics
10 Reasons Gran Turismo 5 Disappoints
43 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Featured, Gaming, Lists
After six long years, Sony's Gran Turismo 5 has finally been released for the PlayStation 3. Unfortunately outside of blind PlayStation fanboys who would love a turd wrapped in the GT logo, normal gamers are finding that Sony's flagship franchise has kind of hit the skids. In fact, the game is so disappointing when not looking at it with PlayStation-tinted glasses that many are comparing it to <... more.
Star Wars: The Old Republic Beta Surveys Going Out
2 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on November 25, 2010 under Gaming, Star Wars
Lots of players registered on the official Old Republic site began to receive Beta Survey emails this week, and in the world of MMOs that naturally made them skittish. In a world of MMO phishing attempts, everyone is a bit cautious when these sort of things hit email boxes. Firstly, this email is not a phishing attempt. Research into the company sending the surveys out shows that they have connect... more.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Review
2 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on November 24, 2010 under Gaming, News, Reviews
The best racing game of 2010 doesn't have a "5" in its title. It also wasn't developed over a period of six years by a perfectionist Japanese developer with more money than god. No, 2010's best racer comes from Criterion, creators of the Burnout series, and is the latest installment in the Need for Speed franchise. Criterion created what is basically a love letter to the original Need for Speed an... more.
- Azeroth Blows Up 0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on November 23, 2010 under Gaming, News
Game Dev Story Review
0 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on November 22, 2010 under Gaming, Reviews, Tech
We don't normally review many iOS games, simply because there are so many out there and there are a lot that are great (you need Angry Birds, Cut the Rope, and ChuChu Rocket on your device); but Game Dev Story is an exception. This is by far one of the most addicting games you can install on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. How addicting? Well, last night I played this little cellphone game for ... more.
Real-time Lightsaber with Kinect
1 CommentsPosted by Jeremy Conrad on under Gaming, News, Star Wars, Tech, Videos
When Microsoft released their Xbox 360 motion sensing camera Kinect a couple of weeks ago, it didn't take long for the thing to be hacked and custom PC (and even Mac) drivers to come out. Thanks to those early tinkerers, people can now plug their Kinect into their PC to play around with all sorts of homebrew apps, with more coming out every day. This latest one is probably the coolest yet with a g... more.
FPS Map Design (1993 vs 2010)
0 CommentsPosted by Jason Peffley on November 21, 2010 under Gaming, Pics
Does anyone remember games without cut scenes? Man those maps actually kicked ass. *Shed nostalgic Duke Nukem 3D tear*... more.