Words elude me. What was already perfect is made moreso by the game on the badge.
The 1980 Flash Gordon had so much promise. They had a budget, an all-star cast, and the filmmaker behind the 1971 classic Get Carter. They had Queen! How many shit-storms had to coalesce to create this altogether Perfect Storm of movie failure? Quite a few. Here are the weirdest secrets of the making of Flash Gordon.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was born in 1926. She grew up during the Second World War. So it's perhaps understandable that, given the fact her own kids grew up without them, she's a little wary about the effects of playing video games at a young age.
I'll be honest, I like Angry Birds. And of course I like Queen. But I'm really not sure how I feel about the two of them together.
In today's edition of Speak-Up on Kotaku, commenter Arok_Lazarus wonders what music transports us back to the games we used to play.
Including a new instrument and pro modes in Rock Band 3 means Harmonix gets to release updated old music along with the new stuff, as is the case with next week's 13 songs from classic rock group Queen.
In an interview with Swedish news site DN, Queen guitarist Brian May seems to have let slip news of a Guitar Hero game featuring the iconic British band.
Harmonix is chumming the waters to see what sort of fan reaction they get by suggesting standalone Rock Band titles for artists like Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, U2, and more. Would you buy any of those?
You may have seen one of these clips before, where a custom level is built for Super Mario World that automatically plays a tune. But you probably never saw one playing the part of all four members of Queen.
OK, here's one guy who won't be suing a rhythm game maker. That's because Queen guitarist Brian May paid strict attention to the use of his likeness, and insisted that his flowing tresses get a pristine Lego sculpt.
The Beatles Rock Band game looks to be a blueprint for other big time bands keen to cash in on a dedicated Rock Band title — big time bands like, say, Queen.
It's hard not to randomly choose 10 Queen songs and not come up with an amazing set, but the October 20th Queen track pack for Rock Band manages to collect 10 of the very best.
My only main concern with SingStar: Queen was, well, the fact it just made me want to play the songs in Rock Band instead. Something I'll soon be able to do!
Activision details their downloadable content lineup for Guitar Hero World Tour this month, bringing players more Hendrix, a little Queen, a smattering of European tracks, and the James Bond theme song.
The announcement of SingStar: Queen at Games Convention had some of us immediately and excitedly wondering online, what's on this thing anyway? And is "Who Wants To Live Forever" going to be included? Sorry, Luke, we still don't know. We do know however, that Queen classics "Don't Stop Me Now", "Radio GaGa",…