Two Million. That's how many copies of Valve's Left 4 Dead 2 have been sold since the game's release just two weeks ago. Can you imagine collectively how many zombies have been slain? Staggering!
A couple of weeks ago we learned that the demo for Visceral Games' Dante's Inferno, entitled the "Gates of Hell", will be coming this December, and now we know a few more details, including which system is getting it first.
Visceral Games, an Electronic Arts studio, has announced the release of "Go to Hell", an all-new social application inspired by the upcoming video game Dante’s Inferno that takes the poem’s canonized nine circles of hell and brings them into everyday life. With just the click of a button, you can send a friend, foe, place, product, or brand to one of the nine circles of hell.
The zombie horde is back and in full effect, and four more survivors have risen from the carnage to help gamers across the world combat these walking pus-brain bags of shit. We've got the skinny on what you can expect during this latest zombie apocalypse.
While waiting for the demo of EA/Visceral Games' Dante's Inferno to drop in December, we've got a look at the trailer for the animated feature from EA/Starz Media that goes along with it.
Visceral Games has announced that a demo for Dante’s Inferno, entitled the "Gates of Hell", will be coming this December and will include the entire opening level to give gamers a taste of the studio's adaptation of Dante Alighieri’s epic poem The Divine Comedy.
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To adapt the classic tale of Dante's Inferno you need a good writer, and that's just what EA scored itself for their upcoming video game. Are you ready to travel through every circle of Hell? Shopping at Walmart doesn't count.
Last week we had the opportunity to sit in on a conference call with part of the team behind EA Games' Dead Space: Extraction--namely, Steve Papoutsis (Executive Producer), Wright Bagwell (Creative Director), John Calhoun (Senior Designer), Jonathan Hackett (Art Lead/Direction), and Shereif Fattouh (Associate Producer). Of course we aimed to get you the goods on the game so read on for dozens of reasons why you should be using your Wiimote for something else other than Tennis!
Sure, Dead Space wasn’t much more than a Resident Evil 4 rip off set in space. But you gotta give credit where credit is due, and frankly, the game was a TON of fun. Furthermore, it made me jump like a little girl on more than one occasion (much to my fiancée’s delight) so while this new game Dead Space: Extraction looks like an action-oriented prequel – I’m sure it’ll put some hair on your Wii’s balls!
Yesterday we shared with you guys the Dead Space: Extraction "Horror Trailer", and today we got the official launch trailer for the game from Visceral Studio.
Today the kind folks at EA Games provided us with a new trailer for Dead Space: Extraction that has our name all over it. In fact, it's specifically called the game's "Horror Trailer."
In early August EA Games provided us a look at "Lust", the Second Circle of Hell from their upcoming Dante's Inferno video game. And now Greed, Gluttony, and Limbo are here to keep poor lonely Lust company. Synopsis:
Valve Software announced yesterday that a new DLC pack for the original Left 4 Dead is due in September. ‘Crash Course’ is a new chapter to the game, set between the original ‘No Mercy’ and ‘Death Toll’ campaigns.