Thirty years ago, game developers had a simple formula for adapting any movie or TV show — take the main character, plop it in a side-scroller and force it to dodge and/or kill pixelated objects and enemies that vaguely resembled stuff in the show.
Even though Call of Duty games aren’t selling as well as they did before, there’s still no bigger name in the show. Any trickle of news about the next game — even an announcement that there will be an announcement — stirs the internet up into a frenzy.
Either Valve overlord Gabe Newell is messing with us, or that reported meeting about between his company and Apple’s CEO about Apple’s new TV and video game console never happened. Newell insists its the latter, telling Seven Day Cooldown that it, like
PC gaming snobs love to crow on and on about how much better their games look on their high-end rigs as opposed to the Xbox 360 or PS3. Normally we tolerate only so much backtalk before giving those guys atomic wedgies, but in the case of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, they do have a point. P
If you’re really into computer gaming, odds are you don’t use a Mac. Big-budget game publishers have such a history of neglecting the platform that Mac gamers have gotten used to the abuse and gleefully accept any crumb tossed their way. The latest of these is the all-but-forgotten fragfest Quake 4.
Things are going a heck of a lot better for trailblazing PC MMO ‘Everquest II’ after its publisher gave up on that silly idea of trying to get people to pay for a game that was released in 2004. Since Decembe
Rest assured that whenever a game publisher insists the finale of a trilogy will close out the series, what’s left unspoken is “only if it doesn’t sell well.” Not ready to kill off its old warhorse, Sony is prepping Kratos for another round of god-slaying and vixen-sexing in God of War: Ascension.
If you were planning your summer vacation around the couple weeks you planned on locking yourself down along with Darksiders II, you’ll want to pull up your calendar app to do some rearranging. Originally due out June 26, the game has been pushed back until sometime in August.
In a conversation that seemed to be a pointed jab at friendly rival Capcom, a producer working on ‘Tekken Tag Tournament’ said any characters locked on the disc will be given away for free. Remember that Capcom infamously charged gamers for such content in ‘Street Fighter X Tekken.’
It appears that you already have an account created within our VIP network of sites on .
To keep your personal information safe, we need to verify that it's really you.
To activate your account, please confirm your password.
When you have confirmed your password, you will be able to log in through Facebook on both sites.
*Please note that your prizes and activities will not be shared between programs within our VIP network.
Welcome back to CLUBHOUSE
It appears that you already have an account on this site associated with . To connect your existing account just click on the account activation button below. You will maintain your existing VIP profile. After you do this, you will be able to always log in to http://krod.com using your original account information.