Monthly Archives: January 2012
Has it been a week already? I guess it has. Well here we are with another podcast, featuring special guest Pedro along with a second appearance by Isli, as well as FooBear, Tosh, and I. We had a bit of technical issues throughout the session, and let me tell you when it rains it pours. Man was there some editing needed! I’ve spent more time editing this than when I used to do the censoring, I haven’t even had time to game tonight! It’s nuts, but worth it despite not a whole lot of news this week.
Don’t mind a few minutes in when suddenly my audio sounds weird, I had to change mics since mine was acting up for no reason. There are a few moments near the end with some quality issues that unfortunately I couldn’t fix, as I was on the receiving end of the transmission, but overall the international call went well! It’s our second time on the podcast going international too.
Well enough of that, how about you sit back relax and enjoy!
Kojima Productions and Platinum Games collaboration will feature Kenji Saito as the main Director for the upcoming game Metal Gear Rising. Saito was the main programmer on Bayonetta.
As reported earlier, Metal Gear series Creator Hideo Kojima originally wanted to …
The Marbians have crash landed in Roswell, New Mexico and need your help to get them home in this retro, marble-themed puzzle game. Fling and Flick the marble-encased aliens through 72 puzzling levels to get them back to their UFOs and on their way home!
The Marbians is a physics-based interactive game, where players will send Marbians careening off walls and around obstacles to collect moon rocks, rack up points and bonuses, and reach their UFO homes. Smack your Marbian off walls at high speed for more points, collect all the moon rocks you can, and see your alien friends safely home!
Now go read EdEN’s review here!
Winning this one couldn’t be easier….
We have 20 US codes to give away for this fun little game, and so we’ve come up with a few ways to give them away. See how after the jump!
As is always the case, the year is off to a slow start. Not many games are being released in January (yes, Final Fantasy XIII-2 does indeed release in January, but it’s out on the 31st so it almost doesn’t count), so we have to make do with one new PSN release from Tik Games (and Published by Square Enix… hey!), and some retail to PSN digital releases of full featured games. Well, as full featured a release as you can call Duke Nukem Forever.
We’ll try to get a review copy for Scarygirl so we can let you know how the game made the jump from minis to full fledged PSN release. We already got to review Moon Diver from Square Enix a while ago, so let’s see how this one plays out. Buying anything this week?
Welcome to the abandoned and (reportedly) demolished halls of Heavenly Host Elementary School, where vengeful spirits dwell and the fires of corporeal existence are repeatedly and mercilessly snuffed. We hope you enjoy the tour, as it’s not about to end anytime soon. It may even last an eternity…
At this accursed school, a series of incidents occurred in which, ultimately, four students were kidnapped… and murdered. And though this ocurred 30 years ago, the corpse party still continues to this very day.
Capcom has formally announced the next installment to its long running survival horror series. Resident Evil 6 takes place in several different parts of the world and stars franchise veterans Leon Kennedy and Chris Redfield as the main playable characters. …