As promised, Junichi Masuda, the director of Pokemon Black and White appeared on Japanese TV show Pokémon Sunday today to announce the next entries in the Pokémon series. They are Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2. More »
It's going to take a hell of a turnaround to get me to change my tune on Kinect Star Wars. Yeah, Totilo said the game's improved over what I played at E3, but, come on, a dancing game? I mean, how stupid is that. Do I look like a guy who wants to— More »
Whether they won the club championship or they're the sixth man on their Y league team, most recreational athletes would accept that they are, by definition and by depth of skill, amateurs. It's not a bad word. But it sure feels like it in a video game. More »
In my demo impressions I suggested that you lay off the stick because the physics lends itself (themselves?) to oversteer. Some dudes in Europe took that advice to the extreme and this what they got: You can finish a race without touching the controller. More »
There's some input lag, and it doesn't really fit with the theme of the game-anywhere "the world is in play" marketing theme of the PS Vita. But then again, its sticks and buttons just don't have that clicky-click of a fight stick, either. So this enterprising Japanese modder whipped up a solution allowing the user to feel like he's playing full-scale Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 on a screen a fraction of the size. More »
Today saw the leak of a batch of screenshots pertaining to Mass Effect's day-one DLC "From Ashes," which caused so much of a fury when it inadvertently hit Xbox Live early, and its summary paragraph tossed out spoiler details pertaining to the story.
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