A few days ago, the developers of the physics-based battle game Beast Battle Simulator introduced a new beast: sharks. These sharks don’t need any water—they skitter across the land at a slow pace, and launch themselves at their opponents. Like their real life counterparts, they fight with their teeth and jaws.…
I'm tremendously excited about virtual reality's potential. We'll be able to visit far-off worlds and have experiences that haven't even been dreamed up yet! If I was making a top ten list of things I wanted to better understand through VR, however, a shark attack wouldn't be on it.
Sorry, New Zealand—you are not the site of the first Xbox One to be sold in the world, despite this promotional stunt involving an Auckland aquarium. About 150 folks already have theirs and didn't have to swim to the bottom of a shark tank for it.
"Call me Ishmael," Ishmael said, before launching a harpoon into a shark's face.
Shark Week is right around the corner, and Los Angeles just finished recovering from the sharknado so, of course, the latest batch of screenshots for Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag would feature a couple of big-ass sharks prominently. They're the assassins of the sea, after all.
Presenting the latest addition to the Monster Hunter gallery o' monsters: Sharks that can crawl on land.
This YouTube video by Criken is amazing. It's basically a collection of random happenings while playing Far Cry 3. Included are:
Did you feel slightly on edge when you got out of bed this morning? Like your world was just a little bit more dangerous? As you went about your day, did you have the sense that you were… hunted?
I must admit I haven't been paying too much attention to n-Space's 3DS strategy role-playing game Heroes of Ruin, which is exactly the opening the sharks and shark-by-products of the game's Coral Tombs were waiting for.
Dance Central is a dancing rhythm game from the folks who created Guitar Hero and Rock Band. Packed with an eclectic mix of music and dance moves from the artists, it hopes to redefine the way we play dance games.
Steam kicks off its massive "Perils of Summer" sale today, with daily sales, ridiculous discounts on game bundles, and slashed prices in every genre, all aimed at making sure you don't go to the beach and get eaten by sharks.