Way of the Dogg is Snoop Lion's foray back into the gaming world. And unfortunately squanders not only its star but also its potential. It's a game that isn't entirely sure about what it wants to be and by not embracing one of its genres completely Way of the Dogg ends up being nothing at all.
"Following the massive success of TellTale’s adaptation of The Walking Dead, fans have been waiting in their millions for the news of Season 2, that wait has come to an end. In a recent interview with Game Informer it was confirmed that The Walking Dead Season 2 will launch in fall of this year."
""Recycling material isn't anything new in video games. Game companies, whether it’s due to fan response or some sort of twisted narcissism, love to re-release their old wares on other consoles. In this list, we’ll check out five classic titles and see an example of both a proper port of the game and one that misses the mark for one reason or another.""
"This article is about hardcore stealth. ‘Ghosting’ is a key criterion for this: the term itself roughly meaning “to complete a level without any detection and without interacting with guards in any way, or causing any alerts”. Basically, get in and get out, touch nothing except your objective, and leave no trace. Be as transient and ephemeral as a ghost. The more a game allows for this, the higher it will be on the list."
"Much has been rumored about the next Microsoft console, including the console being always online and murmurings of announcement dates being changed or pushed back, but today, we have finally been given a time and date for the reveal of the next generation console that will contest the already impressive looking Sony PlayStation 4."
"I know the whole tagline to NBC’s Heroes was “Save the cheerleader, save the world”, but I don’t necessarily think that it was meant to be taken seriously. It looks like Microsoft didn’t get that memo because rumors are abound that they are considering reviving the fallen show and bringing it to the Los Angeles based Xbox Entertainment Studios"
"Aside the ever growing shift to becoming a full entertainment hub, the Xbox 360 had unique features that wasn’t available for other platforms until recently or even at all. Apps straight from the dashboard, party chat and the indie game store is naming a few. I think that the next Xbox has a chance to become the next innovator, have an edge over the competition, even PC and change the way we play games for next generation."
PlayStation 2 played PlayStation 1 games, PlayStation 3 played PlayStation 2 games (well, at first) but PlayStation 4 will not play PlayStation 3 games. In this long and in-depth opinion piece JI of RealGamerNewz attempts to explain his position "AGAINST" Backwards Compatibility and how it's not worth the price we pay as gamers to get it.
Eric "Steez" Ward release the following Most Reliable Xbox 720 News To Date which compiles some of the most amazing factoids and tech details of Microsoft's upcoming next-generation gaming and entertainment media console heading for its expected full reveal May 2013.
"The rumors have been floating around for months now that Microsoft’s NextBox 720 Dodge Durango was going to be all sorts of evil incarnate. No used games, always online connections, and drinks the blood of your first born but doesn’t play Half Life 3. Until Friday, this was all wild speculation. Then suddenly, the Twitterverse exploded thanks in part to Microsoft Creative Director Adam “Sweet Billy” Orth’s solution to those concerned with the prospect of an always-online system, which was ..."
"UK videogames specialist retailer GAME recently revealed research conducted among 2,000 gamers into the best year in the industry’s history. Along with electing 1996 – the year of Tomb Raider’s debut and the launch of the Nintendo 64 console – as the best year for gaming, the poll offered opinions on the ‘best console of all time.’"
"When this happens, grab a weight and do some curls, hit the floor for some push-ups, or even do a series of stretches. If your game does not load all that often, substitute the trip back to town, or death screen (which, if you’re playing Dark Souls, should have you ripped in no time)."
Looking for some gaming bang for your buck. The Lego series of games from Traveller’s Tales may have gamers covered. These games aren't just for kids, the fun and easy co-op makes it easy for anyone to pick up and play. Gamers have played in the Star Wars, Harry Potter, DC Comics, and Lord of the Rings Universe, what is next for the Lego games? And why are they always on sale?
"1996: the year football came home and Gazza thrilled at Wembley; the Spice Girls hit number one with Wannabe, Oasis played Knebworth; the nation was drinking alcopops, Take That and Charles and Diana went their separate ways and a buxom British icon called Lara Croft entered the homes, lads mags and imaginations of millions of Brits. Maybe that’s why 1996, the year the first ever Tomb Raider was released, has been voted the most memorable year for gaming by British gamers."
"The time has finally arrived! It has just been announced that the Xbox Entertainment Awards voting period is now open to all! Throwing every aspect of entertainment into one pool, including games, movies, TV and music, the Xbox Entertainment awards celebrates the full glory of the Xbox gaming community."
"Wrapped in the anonymity of his Mark V Mjolnir combat suit, the hero of Microsoft Studios’ Halo series stands vigilant and victorious atop a rocky vantage point in Sideshow Collectibles’ Master Chief Premium Format Figure. Available to purchase from today, this latest piece of Halo merchandise demands a very special fan, as it arrives at stores with a recommended retail price (RRP) of £419.99 GBP."
The new consoles are coming out at the end of the year does this mean the end for the 360 and PS3? Probably not, based on what gamers saw last generation support will continue for these 2 consoles for the next year or so. What games will gamers see on both the new and old consoles? Why will there be continued support for the older consoles?
The release date for Tomb Raider has been announced to be on 5th March 2013 a while ago; nevertheless the developing of the game is still ongoing, getting things to run smoothly and perfectly is mandatory. Will Square Enix be able to finish everything until the release day?