I love that door-kicking moment. In a military first-person shooter, it's the moment when you rush into the room and everything goes all slow-motion — can you pick off all of the enemies in time? In Gun Media's Breach & Clear, it's the moment you find out if your men live or die.
The Xbox 360 was released on November 22, 2005. It had 18 launch titles. Now that the Xbox One has been revealed along with a few of its launch games, let's take a look back at the launch titles the 360 had, and see how they hold up.
Gunslinger Stratos is a four-versus-four third-person shooter for Japanese arcades made by Square-Enix. But it's not just your average TPS team deathmatch arcade. It's also a lightgun game—a dual wielding lightgun game at that.
You may or may or may not see it coming, but it doesn't really matter. You're not going to have time to react. Because a bullet can travel at speeds exceeding 3200 feet per second, which is too fast to duck or yell or plead. Hang in there. Taking a cap to the dome means that it will be over faster than a fatal wound…
I don't know what to be more excited about: That indie darling Canabalt is getting a two-player version or that I'll be able to play it on an arcade cabinet next week.
Treating serious burns is a time consuming process that normally takes weeks or months, leaving patients open to dangerous infections as they heal. This newly-developed stem cell shooting spray gun reduces healing time to days. Warning: Graphic video inside.
In the West, Microsoft is king. Well, queen. In Japan, it's not — not by a country mile. The software giant needs every ally it can find. But even its most ardent supporters seem restless.
Now that we know a new version of GoldenEye 007 is heading to the Wii, we can start preparing to play it in style. Peripheral manufacturer dreamGEAR has just the thing.
Nyko shows off exactly what their Trans-Port technology can do with the introduction of a vibrating nunchuck attachment and gun controller for their Nintendo remote alternative, the Wand.