Every once in a while a game concept comes along with the potential to change the way we fight our online multiplayer battles. Hopefully next time the developers won't drop the ball as badly as developer feelplus did with MindJack.
Saber Interactive created 2007's TimeShift, a first-person shooter with a time-twisting gimmick that wasn't particularly well received. Now they're back with Inversion, a third-person shooter with a gravity-twisting gimmick. Will history repeat itself?
In Resistance: Retribution, gamers return to the world of the Chimera invasion, guiding a disgraced Royal Marine as he fights to save Europe's last bastion for humanity.
It's unfortunate that before its launch Resident Evil 5 became about everything, but the game. The most hotly debated questions had little to do with what should matter most to gamers: Is it fun?