Monthly Archives: May 2012
Along with this new trailer, Sega and Gearbox have just announced that Aliens: Colonial Marines will be available in stores across the globe on February 12, 2013.
As the authentic addition to the ALIENS franchise canon, the game’s stunning visuals and adrenaline pumping action will deliver breathtakingly immersive single, cooperative and competitive multi-player modes. Providing for an innovative asymmetrical competitive multiplayer experience, Aliens: Colonial Marines lets players fight in first person as the ultimate combatants – the United States Colonial Marines, or in third person as the universe’s deadliest killers – the Xenomorphs. Plunging into familiar and new environments from the iconic film franchise, players will have to fight the fear and face the true horrors of the ALIENS universe.
Yes, it has been a while since my last Free Points Saturday post (February 4th, in fact). Since I have been busy with numerous other things, I have only been able to get my *** on here occasionally, but not enough to be a good Community Manager, so I apologize for that. Words not enough for ya? How about a bribe: some free points!
Given the time between FPS’s, I won’t be making the points for this a multiple of the number of weeks missed (that would be ridiculous, really). Instead, I’ll go ahead and make it an even 1000 points. How does that sound? For the first 20 people? I wish I could block staff members from entering these, though. Oly and EdEN are greedy as hell with these things.
Anyway, the answer to this one has 4 WORDS (no numbers or special characters). Good luck!
Lots of options to control the action on this soon-to-be released PSN game. One Move controller, two Move controllers, or even the good ol’ Dualshock3 can be used to be as close to the table as possible! Watch the video …
Welcome back to another week of our podcast. We apologize for not being on last week, as we had some scheduling issues, but we should be back to normal every week now, and perhaps early! There wasn’t a bunch of news in our absence, but we catch up on what we could recall.
We also get some stories in this one, about helping others get video game clarity as well as angry older white women at a hotel. Enjoy!
Namco Bandai’s Tales of Graces f is an HD-port of Tales of Graces, a Wii game that was released back in 2009. It features essentially the same game content with upgraded visuals, plus a complete extension (f in the game title refers to Future) called “Lineage and Legacies”.
I have to admit that I haven’t played a lot of Tales of games prior to this one; the only other I played is Tales of Symphonia for the Gamecube a few years ago, and I wasn’t really a fan of the series back then. However, after a few hours in this really cool Action-JRPG, I was really impressed by how fun this game is!
Starting today, until May 22, Ubisoft is launching massive discounts on selected PSN and PS3 titles. There will be a 30% discount on over 30 titles and DLC. PlayStation Plus subscribers will be treated into a 50% discount. Some fantastic 2D adventures like Outland and Scott Pilgrim are going for only $4.89 each! Here is the full list of discounted Titles and DLC:
Last week, we brought you news of the Record of Agarest War 2 LE for the US by Aksys Games. Well, now our EU readers can rejoice, as Ghostlight Games has announced TWO different releases for Record of Agarest War 2!
Velocity lives up to fond memories of shoot ‘em-up classics, and you can Teleport too! Featuring genre-busting gameplay innovation and music from Joris de Man (Killzone, N+), Velocity plays like a dream and sounds incredible.
In 2212 the distant star Vilio exploded into a red giant, sending an electromagnetic pulse surging into our deep space mining ships, colony cruisers and Special Forces fighters, knocking out their primary power. Now the star is beginning to collapse into a black hole, pulling our stranded fleets to their doom. To make things worse, our warring neighbors have seen reward in our misfortune and have deployed scavengers to prey upon our people!
Only one craft is capable of a rescue mission, the Quarp Jet – a spacecraft capable of teleportation!
Take control of the world’s first quantum teleport craft in this innovative shooter, using a range of teleport controls to outsmart enemies, solve action based puzzles and rescue helpless survivors from their deep space hideaways.