I'm not sure how she handles, but Real Racing 3, sure looked fast today at Electronic Arts' summer showcase. The game is the sequel in the cutting edge racer from Fire Monkey, the joint operation of Firemint (creators of Real Racing, as well as iOS hit Flight Control) and EA's in-house studio Iron Monkey.
Here's a video that is uncomfortable to watch on two levels. The first is that I feel terrible for Brian Ambrozy, the editor-in-chief of Icrontic, who is appearing on Fox News to try to explain why and what kind of video games are now eligible for federal arts funding. The second is the nonstop assault Fox and its…
Next week, New York's Ars Nova theatre company will be presenting twelve plays based on...Wii games. Those selected include Wii Tennis, Let's Tap and...oh dear. Buck Fever.
Canabalt, the flash smash and iPhone indie hit, got a special two-player version from the game's creator and it will be showcased in the Winnitron, a touring arcade cabinet featuring several top-notch indie hits. This badass trailer was created for both.
Even if your wideout didn't see that linebacker coiled up between the hashmarks in Madden, ready to hit him like a lifetime supply of bad news, anyone who's played the game can quote from memory what comes next.
Here's the launch trailer for the Wii re-boot of the arcade and early console classic NBA Jam. All your favorites return, and by that I don't mean Raiden or Bill Clinton, but "Boom Shaka-Laka," "He's On Fire," and "Kaboom!"
This week marks the tenth anniversary of a little game called The Sims. We'll have a couple of guest on our podcast tomorrow to chat about the franchise.
Some gameplay in this latest trailer for Dragon Age: Origins. Seriously, you didn't expect that statesmanlike speech to quell the bloodthirsty citizens of Denerim, did you? Not when everyone carries huge swords and wears huger shouldermopads during an ordinary day.
With Gamescom just two weeks away, the recently transplanted show is heating up to outshine its already white hot predecessor in Leipzig.