Years ago I read the epic Dune series of books by famed author Frank Herbert. From the pages of his books I learned a great many things. I learned how to walk across open stretches of sand to avoid attracting the giant Shai-Hulud, and perhaps more importantly, the Bene Gesserit taught me about the power of music, […]
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I’m a real fan of the original Portal game that Valve Software released back in 2007. Valve managed to create a game with a deep and interesting story, around a very simple game-play mechanic; namely, being able to create portals with a big futuristic gun and solve puzzles using said gun. Valve is back at […]
ID Software released a new trailer showing off a mission in Rage that takes the player deep into the bowels of The Well. The player is tasked with stopping a group of banding from poisoning the water supply of the town of Well Springs. This involves killing dozens of bandits in incredibly gruesome ways, and I’m glad […]
Many young men have dreams of becoming Formula1 drivers, including yours truly, but 99.9999% of us will never see that dream come true. However, thanks to the advancements in the gaming industry, we can pretend to be superstars in the comfort of our living rooms playing racing games; now we can make that racing experience […]
Since the announcement of Max Payne 3, Rockstar has released a number of videos, including a reveal trailer and a handful of game-play clips, such as the targeting and weapons video. Today we get a new trailer, and this one gives us a much deeper look into the events surrounding the game. We learn about […]
Ever since I played Looking Glass’ Thief series of games years ago, I’ve yearned for a modern successor to carry on the fine tradition of sneaking, thieving, and killing. With Arkane Studios’ Dishonored on the way, I feel a spark of hope re-kindled. Garrett is long gone (for now), and Corvo doesn’t exactly seem like much of […]
Though I wouldn’t exactly call the Splinter Cell franchise realistic, with its sonar goggles, and Sam Fisher’s uncanny ability to decimate entire legions of enemy soldiers, it is obvious that Ubisoft Toronto has done their homework in the weapons department for their latest game, Splinter Cell: Blacklist. Take for example Sam’s new knife, the Karambit. […]