The lights are on
Nowadays, FPS battlefields are the destination of choice for gamers who are
looking for a little rivalry, but those who prefer chasing high scores to
racking up headshots still have a plethora of inexpensive options at their
A game doesn’t have to have the survival horror label to instill fear in a player. Something as simple as a distant growl, sped up
music, or incessant beeps indicating low health across genres can usually do the
trick. Here is a sampling of some in-game sounds in non-horror games
that get our hearts racing.
For $3 or less, you can get any of these awesome new games to usher in 2011.
There's no shortage of video games that feature zombie opponents, but the
industry's current offerings are still missing some characteristics that are key to the genre.
Did you get a Kinect over the holidays and are looking to shed a few pounds in the new year? Read on to find out how Kinect's fitness games shape up.
The beginning of a game can set the tone for the entire experience.
After celebrating the debut of a new Tomb Raider with a month of
retrospective pieces, character profiles, and giveaways, we’re giving
readers a closer look at the game itself.
2010 was one of the best years PC gaming has seen in some time, and it looks like 2011 will continue that trend. Here's a look at the games that have intrigued us the most so far for the coming year.
We take a look at what games Wii owners can look forward to in the coming year.
Like any geek worth their salt, I have a fair breadth of interests
outside of video games. Sometimes I like to ask myself, “why hasn’t
anyone made this game yet?”
Did you know the classic arcade brawler was based on a cartoon? Want to watch it right now?
Though the 360 may lack exclusives in 2011, the list of promising games is still quite long.