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Far Cry 3 Blows Nathan’s Mind

Wednesday, November 21, 2012 No Comments

In this week’s video, Nathan discusses his experience at Ubisoft’s pre-launch event for Far Cry 3 at Toronto’s Tattoo Rock Parlour. As he journeys through the jungle screens to fight the menacing Vaas, he gets more excited than you would expect, considering it’s a First-Person Shooter. Click the link to watch!


Sony Holds Resistance 3 Media Launch Event In Toronto

Friday, August 19, 2011 No Comments

This Wednesday, Nathan and I took the opportunity to attend Sony’s media launch event for Resistance 3, Insomniac Games’ soon-to-be-released third installment in its Playstation 3-exclusive alien virus FPS franchise. Though it’s not actually releasing until early next month, Sony is likely getting a jump on building excitement for the game, and with good reason. […]


The Darkness II Release Date Announced for This October

Wednesday, May 4, 2011 1 Comment

2K Games announced today that The Darkness II will be releasing for Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and Windows-based PCs this October. The publisher says that this sequel to the its comic book-based horror first-person shooter is “a well of dark and imaginative violence” that is unlike traditional first-person shooters because of its “uniquely stylized gameplay”. […]


Konami Releases Downlodable Movie Tie-In Game for Battle: Los Angeles

Monday, March 14, 2011 No Comments

This weekend, Konami announced the release of a movie tie-in game for Columbia Pictures’ recently released alien invasion film, Battle: Los Angeles. Developed by Saber Interactive, the game puts you into the boots of Corporal Lee Imlay to fight along with other characters from the film, defending Los Angeles from an alien invasion. The game […]


The Darkness Comes Again, to GDC

Friday, February 18, 2011 No Comments

Yesterday, 2K Games announced that Mike Patton, front man for Faith No More, Mr. Bungle and Peeping Tom, has been recast for his role as the voice of The Darkness for the sequel to the 2007 horror title. The Darkness II is currently in development and 2K also announced that it will be showcasing the […]


Bungie Announces New Halo: Reach Multiplayer Map Pack Coming in March

Monday, February 14, 2011 2 Comments

Bungie Studios announced today that a new multiplayer map pack will be launching for Halo: Reach next month. Developed in partnership with Certain Affinity, the Defiant Map Pack will introduce three new multiplayer arenas – Condemned, Highlands and Unearthed –  into the game, taking players from a giant orbital station to a civilian mining site […]


Duke’s Got Some Serious Balls of Steel. Now He Wants You to Have Them

Friday, February 11, 2011 2 Comments

2K Games and Gearbox Software announced today that they will be releasing a special edition of Duke Nukem Forever. Being a Duke title, the companies felt that they should brand it accordingly, so it’s called the Balls of Steel edition. It will release alongside the standard edition of DNF and will be available across the […]


2K Games Announces Duke Nukem Forever Releasing in May

Friday, January 21, 2011 1 Comment

2K Games and Gearbox Software announced the release date for the game nobody ever thought would truly release, Duke Nukem Forever, today. A shocked gaming public got its first look at the miraculously revived shooter back in September, at Penny Arcade Expo, and has since been waiting for this day to come. So, without further […]


Bulletstorm Demo Coming Before the End of the Month

Friday, January 14, 2011 No Comments

People Can Fly, Epic Games and Electronic Arts announced today that a demo for their upcoming outrageously brutal and brutally outrageous first-person shooter, Bulletstorm, will be releasing for download just before the end of the month. Bulletstorm features three game modes – the single player campaign, Anarchy multiplayer mode and Echo mode. Much of the […]


Can Gamers Make Better Drivers?

Wednesday, December 22, 2010 1 Comment

In this week’s video, L.E. poses a pressing question to Nathan. Can gamers make better drivers? Is it at all possible that playing lots of video games can prepare people for some of the challenges they’ll face on the road? Click the link to watch!

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