Downloaded Content (DLC) has given a lot of older titles a second chance with gamers, or in some cases, a first chance for new players to try out a gem they might have missed. We look at Dragon Age: Origins and Rampart.
Games these days seem to be following a not-so-disturbing trend. They’re only using violence and sex to advance their plots, not as a hook to lure in players. Could the industry be growing up?
News that Gary Coleman has died after a long bout with many health problems has saddened all of us here at GiN. He was always a nice guy when we met, and the scene-stealing star of the Postal II game will be missed.
The industry has been waiting for its Citizen Kane for a long time: a way to show that games truly are an art form. And if the demo is any clue – Heavy Rain might be it.
Kelly takes a look at four demos for some dangerous games getting ready to hit the market. Find out what Dante’s Inferno, Divinity 2: Ego Draconis, Army of Two 40th Day and Bayonetta have in store for us.
Risking his reputation by predicting that The Beatles Rock Band will be the best selling game this year, our editor foresees success despite naysayers. Although a game like Halo might appeal more to traditional gamers, The Beatles are universal.
Sony did little to impress at E3, and didn’t drop the price of their PS3 to bring it in line with the 360. With nothing to show but a continuously high cost, the PS3 may be on its last legs.
A new service called OnLive threatens to kill the consoles, offering top tier games online through a TV without the need for a PS3, Wii or 360. Sounds too good to be true? Well, perhaps.
Here’s hoping that you’ll find some great games under your tree, and that it looks a little healthier (and greener) than our Fallout 3 one. If you don’t know what to play, we have some suggestions.
With a long weekend for lucky US gamers, a lot of fun activities will be competing for time. So make sure you don’t squander your Gamer Independence Day!