Which video game has the most gruesome death scenes? Surely Mortal Kombat 9 is a contender, in particular Noob Saibot's first fatality called "Make a Wish." It's so ridiculous it stands out despite Mortal Kombat's already high level of gore.
Saw II: Flesh & Blood will be delivering a new story line that takes place between the first and second movie when the game hits the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 on Oct. 19.
Looks like Sony's Kevin Butler character isn't the only ad campaign inspiring an imitator. This new Saw 3D movie poster is a little too close to an older PlayStation 3 spot for comfort. Can you spot the similarities?
Michael Jai White as Jax? Jeri Ryan as Sonya Blade? Baraka and Reptile as homicidal maniacs? This footage from what looks to be the next Mortal Kombat game or movie trailer is brutal, disgusting, and perfect.
The Resident Evil movies make money, and they keep on making money. Just listen to what producer Don Carmody has to say:
News source Reuters says scary video games are having "a record year as zombies, monsters, demons, and chain-sawing wielding psychos fight against the consoles, making video games the new home of horror for some."
First off, full disclosure: I've never seen any of the Saw movies. I'm not sure why. I guess I just fail to see their appeal. Along those same lines, I'm not really fond of survival horror games, either. In this case, though, I have a very good reason. It's because I'm a giant wuss.
Konami's PC port of Saw, which went out earlier this month for Xbox 360 and PS3, will hit Steam later this month. It will also be available on IGN Direct2Drive.
At Konami's E3 Booth yesterday I got my first chance to play the video game adaptation of the smash hit horror film series Saw, leaving me questioning the limits of my violence tolerance.
Konami's annual "Gamers Night" press event is known among video game journalists as being one of the longest nights of the year.
There's something terribly familiar about wandering around a dilapidated insane asylum with crazy people ahead of you and instant-death traps all around you.
Konami has confirmed that it has picked up rights to publish a video game based on the Saw movie franchise, one of many titles abandoned by the implosion of Brash Entertainment.
Konami is expanding its horror franchise stable, reports Variety, picking up the orphaned video game based on the Saw movie franchise, abandoned by the closure of Brash Entertainment. Do try to contain your enthusiasm.
Last month, Brash Entertainment laid off 20 workers and axed some projects, but pointedly remained committed to publishing a game based on the film SAW. Now that has been cut loose.
We know that directors James Wan (Saw), David Slade (30 Days of Night), James Gunn (Slither), Andrew Douglas (The Amityville Horror), and Marcus Nispel (Friday The 13th) can be scary, but how are they at making us laugh? Microsoft explores this concept this fall as they deliver original comedy pilots from the masters…