The lights are on
THQ has been pretty open about wanting Homefront to be its next big franchise. While our review from GI's Matt Bertz found the game lacking, Reiner and I decided to put it to the test.
We're joined by Motion City Soundtrack lead singer Justin Pierre for a look at id's new shooter.
We spend 25 minutes running around Constantinople and discovering what's new in Revelations.
Joe Juba may have already beaten us to the punch,
but Reiner and I couldn't avoid spending some time together in L.A.
Noire hunting down our colleague and self-proclaimed "swamper," Dan
Reiner is a big fan of car combat games in general and Twisted Metal in
particular, but he's largely avoided the pre-release buzz for David
Jaffe's latest. In this video, both of us experience the new game for
the first time.
Comic book (and bad pick-up line) lover Ben Reeves
joins Reiner and I to check out the game based on this week's Green
Ben and I spent last week hanging out with the real Captain America at
Comic-Con. This week, we're back in the office and taking a look at the
new Captain America video game from Sega along with Reiner. What starts
as a discussion of Cap and his recent him turns into a wide-ranging talk
about superhero movies in general.
You may have never heard of the obscure Japanese horror/adventure game
Corpse Party before, but prepare to have it stuck in your subconscious
GI's very own dynamic duo has been on a bit of a break due to my
traveling and Reiner getting lost in a desert. But now we're back (if
slightly sunburned), and to celebrate we're checking out the release
that's kicking off the flood of 2012 games: Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
The apocalypse and over 2,000 miles of highway couldn't keep Reiner and
Phil from uniting for another spectacular holiday special.
Watch the first 30 minutes of Obsidian's take on the Fallout franchise, complete with live reactions from us.
Yesterday, Reiner talked me into joining him in our recording studio by
telling me he had an advance copy of the next Assassin's Creed game.
That was a dirty trick. Ladies and gentlemen, The First Templar is not
an Assassin's Creed game.