I don’t believe there are enough survival horror games. Resident Evil rocked for a while, then they decided to focus on insane hillbillies instead of what they were good at… zombies. The original Xbox hailed tons of awesome horror games, which made it my favorite console to play when it was popular. Cold Fear, Doom [...]
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Every computer needs a good cooling system, and the bare minimum is a good air intake and exhaust system. Unfortunately, most cases and fans vary on the quality of airflow and the amount of noise they produce. The design of the case may constrain effective airflow strategies. For example, some home theater cases use several [...]
Everyone knows that the majority of people playing the Wii are Japanese women and children between 8 and 13, right? Who would have thought that this demographic would be screaming for a hunting game? Well, thankfully the guys at Arcade Moon and Destineer are such forward thinkers that they brought the Nintendo world the one thing that [...]
PAX, the Penny Arcade Expo, is the largest gaming festival in North America representing tabletop, console and PC gaming. Three days of tournaments, freplay, nerdcore concerts, panel discussions, the latest from top game publishers and developers, the PAX 10 independent games showcase and thousands of attendees who know their stuff when it comes to games. [...]
In Dead Rising, you play a photo journalist named Frank West who decends on the Colorado city of Willamette in order to catch a big scoop that he’s gotten a line on. Chartering a helicopter Frank flies over the city and sees all sorts of horrible murders and killing, it appears that the citizens of [...]
Sony’s decision to delay the launch of the Playstation 3 console from spring to November has given Microsoft’s Xbox 360 time to gain a bigger foothold in the gaming market. Sony announced plans for the PS3 last May with much fanfare, but then they went unheard for months, giving Microsoft the opportunity it was looking [...]