The lights are on
Electronic Arts and developer Criterion have announced what has been talked about for a while: Burnout Crash! for XBLA and PSN.
This brand new iPhone game has all the addictive qualities of titles
like Cut the Rope and Angry Birds, but with an utterly strange and
appealing aesthetic that sets it apart.
A lot of us loved Jonathan Blow's clever downloadable platformer/puzzler Braid, but how much did you really love it? Enough to watch an hour-and-a-half long presentation all about the game's creation? Prove it.
A great downloadable game is coming your way this week, whether you're on PS3 or 360.
This latest 10 pack delivers some very alluring cars of all ages.
My time with the game at the Microsoft Games Showcase in San Francisco
promises that creative developers can do incredible things with the new
device outside of sports and dancing games.
After Plants vs. Zombies has been out on PC for over a year, the Jackson estate finally got around to threatening developer PopCap over the "dancing zombie" and the character has been replaced in the latest update to the iPhone edition of the game.
Today Harmonix announced that it will be adding three Incubus DLC songs to Rock Band 3 next week.
The platformer, based on the graphic novel by Nathan Jurevicius, pits one odd little girl against an equally strange side-scrolling world.
I possed up with some buddies to check out the new
free DLC for Red Dead Redemption, and I’m happy to report that it’s a fun (if not perfectly
polished) addition to the Western action.
New DLC for L4D 1 and L4D 2 is on the way, and it tells the tale of the
original foursome’s quest south. As the title suggests, one of these
beloved zombie-slayers kicks the bucket.[Excerpt]
Humans have poisoned the orcs' homeland and made them very sick. Now they must harness their intestinal distress against these invaders.