Dragon Age II brings us a new story, more action-oriented RPGing, new companions, a brilliant graphical transformation and a streamlined interface in a great game.
Digital Development Management (DDM), the world’s leading business and talent agency for video games and digital entertainment, has appointed seasoned licensing and business strategic sales executive Elizabeth Ross as Director of Business Development, effective immediately. The announcement was made jointly today by DDM’s Founder and Managing Partner, Jeff Hilbert and DDM President, Joe Minton. As Director of Business Development, Ross is tasked with creating DDM’s business strategy for the casual, social and online short-form game categories. In addition to sourcing opportunities for DDM’s talented roster of developers, Ross will also assist clients with company roll-ups, project funding, and will be … Continue reading EA’s Elizabeth Ross Moves To DDM
Filled with irreverent humor and juvenile kills, Bulletstorm is a game that never takes itself too seriously. And if you do the same, you’re in for one heck of a good time.
Following on the heels of the stunningly beautiful original game that melted PCs everywhere, Crysis 2 hits the ground running for both PCs and next generation consoles. But is this advanced shooter worth the hype?
Dead Space 2 follows and improves on its predecessor, offering us a complex world that only serves to make the horrific events of the storyline seem even more real and terrifying.
Mass Effect 2 finally makes the move to the PlayStation 3 and proves to be an amazing game that ships packed full of extras, and even a few exclusives.
Dragon Age has become known for having a ton of DLCs. But Dragon Age: Awakening is the cream of the crop, giving us a new story and a standalone adventure worthy of the main game.
Green Day Rockband adds some much needed punk flavor to the music title lineup, with 47 amazing songs from six of the band’s top anti-establishment albums.
Explore Hell in Dante’s Inferno and try to conquer limbo, lust, gluttony, greed, anger, heresy, violence, fraud, and treachery. And the game pulls no punches.
Mass Effect 2 takes everything that was good about the first title and improves it, and discards all the shaky bits. The end result is an action/RPG that will set the standard for 2010.