Tomorrow I'm writing up my review of Playstation 3's MAG. But today, today I need to earn my command stripes and spend an inordinate amount of time playing the game.
Nazi imagery is a big nein-nein in Germany, and the localized version of Wolfenstein was supposed to have removed all of it. A small swastika slipped through, and Activision is said to be recalling the game from shelves there.
The battle against supernatural Nazis wages on in Wolfenstein, that latest chapter in epic saga of one man's struggle against the occult-fueled Third Reich.
"Early on there was a small faction within the team that wanted the new Elite Guards to be less 'sexy' and more utilitarian in their look," writes Raven's Kevin Long. Yeah, that didn't last long.
Activision's latest attempt at re-igniting the public's fascination with the Nazi occult will be put to the test this August, with the release of Raven's Wolfenstein title for the 360, PS3 and PC.
There's a new Wolverine movie in theaters, which means it's time for another developer to take a stab at Marvel's stabbiest super-hero with X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
In the frozen wastes surrounding the Akali Lake Weapon X facility, Wolverine stumbles upon an artifact of untold power from another world...of Warcraft.
The latest developer diary video for X-Men Origins: Wolverine is a dirty, no-good secret snikt-tease.
The opening cinematic for the new Wolfenstein starts off quietly and ends like any good Wolfenstein video should - with dozens of dead Nazis.
Activision unleashes the first behind-the-scenes video for X-Men Origins: Wolverine is definitely the best at what it does: proving that the developers at Raven are a bunch of drooling Wolverine fanboys.
The new Wolverine game was always going to be a brawler. A fighter. That's what Wolverine does, he brawls, he fights. But what kind of brawler? What kind of fighter? Developers Raven have opened up.
Announced briefy during yesterday's Activision presser, here's the first footage of Singularity, a new shooter from Raven that looks like it's going to be doing all sorts of impressive, puzzley things with the passage of time. Sort of like Link to the Past, only with less green grass, more rusty…
Poor Spike TV. Their scoop's blown! The first details on the next Wolfenstein title are actually to be found in the latest issue of Game Informer, which gives us information on the game's setting and requisite gimmicky features. Aside from the obvious (you're still BJ Blaskowitz, you're still fighting Nazis who are…
Spike TV sent out a presser today, trying to drum up support/interest in their coverage of E3. Nothing in it you won't be bombarded with via TV commercials over the next few days. Buried amongst the hype and hyperbole, however, is some newsy stuff! Stuff like this: "Also, tune in for more world exclusive surprises…