Monthly Archives: July 2012
“Launching on Aug. 14, 2012, Darksiders II follows the exploits of Death, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, in an action-packed tale that runs parallel to the events in the original Darksiders game. This epic journey propels Death through various light and dark realms as he tries to redeem his brother War, the Horseman blamed for prematurely starting the Apocalypse in Darksiders.”
I had a chance to play this at E3 and again at Comic Con, and it pleasantly surprised me. I actually went out and bought the first one to play through it before I pick this up on August 14th. Great game!
Hit the jump for some new screens!
This video shows an exclusive behind-the-scenes look into the making of the DISNEY EPIC MICKEY 2: THE POWER OF TWO video game.
I personally can’t wait to get this game and play it with my daughters.
In the back room of the Golden Koi, the restaurant is far from Mrs Chu’s mind. With her close friend dead, murdered at her own wedding, it’s revenge that needs serving. With one of the gunmen known to Wei, an …
Quantum Conundrum is a first-person puzzle-platform video game developed by Airtight Games and published by Square Enix. It was designed by Kim Swift, who formerly worked at Valve as a lead designer on Portal. There are many similarities to Portal that can not be overlooked, but that is a very good thing. Although similar in some ways, it is definitely unique in others.
Capcom is treating Lost Planet 3 in a similar fashion to DMC: Devil May Cry by outsourcing the development to a Western studio: Spark Unlimited and at the same time giving it a bit of a reboot. Lost Planet 3 though, is a prequel rather than a full blown reimagining revealing the origins of Human colonisation on E.D.N. III. I got the chance to get my hands on a demo build of Lost Planet 3 to see if the series is back on track or if it should have been left out in the cold.
Ceidz reviewed Order Up!!, and he thought it was a fun and addictive game that kept him hooked for hours, and would perfectly compliment your PlayStation Move (it’s also DualShock 3 compatible)! SuperVillain Studios has kindly decided to give us THREE PSN codes for our readers to win! Keep in mind, despite being US codes, this contest is still open internationally. You will just need a US PSN account.
Anyway, we’re setting this one up a bit differently. There is, of course, the system we’ve been using for months (you know, purchase a raffle ticket or two, add in social entries, etc), but for that part of the giveaway, only one code will be the prize. We’re reserving the other two for a more creative approach.
To get one of the two other codes, leave a reply here with your favorite recipe. I’m talking the list of ingredients, preparation, etc. This will count as an entry. There will be bonus entries as well. The way you get a bonus entry is by making a video of your favorite dish being made, or having been made (with, you know, an acknowledgement of our site in said video). Leave a link here to be credited for the entry. And yes, these videos will be valid for the lottery system as video entries as well.
Contest ends at 11:59PM PST on the 20th. Check after the jump for your Lottery entry details. Good luck and have fun!
Since we only had two entrants for the recipe portion of the giveaway, I’ve decided to extend that one another week (ending Friday night) in an effort to get more folks to enter that way, as we are giving two codes away for that portion. As far as the lottery portion goes, we had a total of 57 entries. After shuffling the logs, our system randomly selected a winner. That winner is:
hobbes – Google+ Entry
Congratulation hobbes! There will be no more extensions to the post-your-recipe, 2 code giveaway, so if no one else enters, insight and tedrabear will automatically win. Remember, posting a link to a youtube video of you mentioning PS3Blog.net and showing off your favorite dish counts as an extra entry in this giveaway.