In honor of an artist who worked on World of Warcraft and Diablo, and who passed away two years ago, Diablo devs secretly snuck a mini-event into Diablo III. It’s a special version of the famous Cow level and players found it pretty quickly.
Diablo III changed a lot over the years. The expansion and the later patches added a lot more content to the game, and these changes might confuse players who stopped playing around Reaper of Souls or before, but want to come back to see what’s new.
Puzzle Quest meets Magic: The Gathering. If any combination of puzzle RPG and other thing could restore my faith in the once-glorious video game franchise, this would be it. It comes pretty close.
The year is not over. We still have time! But damn, it's going to be hard to top the experience of doing this.
After an expansion, a console port, and several patches, Diablo III looks really healthy right now. With tons of special items and legendaries added to the game it almost—almost!—feels like Diablo II again, with all the math you have to do to assemble the perfect character with the perfect gear.
And it starts. The Tokyo Game Show has kicked off its first day. Today is a business day, and the show floor will not be open to the general public until Saturday.
Raise your glasses, because that boozing-and-bar girl game Dream Club is making the leap from the Xbox 360 to the PSP.
The profane, not-for-children-to-see-or-your-boss-to-read name of the hardest difficulty mode in the next Matt Hazard video game can by abbreviated as FTS.
We're not quite sure why the Xbox 360 has become the lonely Japanese otaku voyeur's console of choice, but D3Publisher's Dream C Club is only going to further entrench the console as perv-worthy.
Last spring, a movie based on D3's cowgirl-in-a-hat-killing-zombies game Onechanbara hit theaters. It was even localized as Chanbara Beauty for Western audiences.
Dream C Club from Japanese publisher D3 is set in a hostess bar. The Xbox 360 title lets players spend weekends getting wrecked with the saucy cabaret ladies that work at the club.
When Playboy reviewed Wii title Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad, it asked publisher D3 for this: Exclusive naked pics. And exclusive naked pics it got.
I’m thrilled Neil Gaiman children’s book Coraline is getting the Nightmare Before Christmas treatment. But I can’t say the same for the video game tie-in.
Watched so you don't have to! The New York Asian Film Festival recently kicked off, showing lots and lots of, you guessed it, Asian films. Included in that pan-Pacific cinematic buffet was OneChanbara — a film we actually want to see. That Girl from the cleverly named That Girl's Site saw the flick, blogging: