Fresh out of the Microsoft E3 press conference comes the news that last years best horror game is going to get a sequel THIS year. A short trailer shown revealed a New Orleans setting, and our new cast of survivors will be grabbing pots, pans, and yes, power tools, to help them in their escape from presumably the same zombie crisis we saw last year.
It’s a premise that never gets old. Killin’ Nazis! And beginning June 3, you’re going to have the opportunity to mount up and start huntin’ because Wolfenstein 3D is heading back to the consoles for more bloodshed!
Today Sega and High Voltage Software bring you a new trailer for The Conduit, releasing June 23, 2009. The battle against an alien invasion has spilled beyond the renowned walls of DC’s landmarks and into streets and train tunnels – nowhere is safe. The new gameplay trailer showcases a city rocked by explosions, alien enemies, and fiery weapons; this “Commuter Nightmare” means work is the least of your worries.
If EA Games have taught gamers anything it's that "it's in the game." For horror fans said it is recognized as demons, creatures, blood, gore, and terror. So what does the house that Madden built have in store for genre lovers in the coming months? Let's take a look at a sampling of their E3 line-up!
Who wouldn't be down for some spectre stomping action right in the palm of your hands?!? Get ready to dig on Ghostbusters: The Video Game for the Nintendo DS, and don't blame us if your hands get all slimy!
Ever since the early Atari days Activision has been pumping out quality games. Join us as we take a quick look at what the software giant has announced and in store for genre fans at the upcoming E3 show in June!
Ever wonder what it was like to play as an Alien, a Predator, or a Space Marine dealing with these two menaces? Better yet, ever wonder what it was like to have something good be done with the Aliens Vs. Predator franchise? Sega of America looks to be onto something we've been screaming for.
With the big-daddy of video game shows, E3, just around the corner, Sega of America announced what they'll have on tap for us fans of blood, gore, monsters, and weirdness! Let's take a quick look, shall we? From the press release:
What up, Con-DUDE's and Condu-ETTES? Adam here! Before I get into this preview, let's break apart a classic … Goldeneye 007 for Nintendo 64. First-person shooters are constantly being compared to it, and, apparently, nobody has lived up to it ... well except for Perfect Dark, which was made by the same developer, Rare.
We've seen the cover, heard Alyssa Milano talk about it, and watched a couple of trailers. Now it's time to battle and bust ghosts in the multiplayer mode trailer!
Ask gamers what their favorite part of a shooter is, and I'm pretty sure the answer will be firepower. Sheer, melt your friggin' face off firepower. A new clip surfaced recently for Activision's upcoming horror shooter Wolfenstein that demonstrates the goodness of one of the game's weapons -- the friendly neighborhood particle cannon! Oh. Hell. Yeah.
The opening video for the upcoming Activision game Prototype has surfaced online, and it's looking all sorts of splattery good! Yessir, there's nothing like a little post-apocalyptic mayhem to bring a big smile to your face!
Ah, Dead Space. How we love thee. As we told you a few weeks back, this blood-spattered space-shooter is getting its very own entry on the Nintendo Wii as a House of the Dead style rail-shooter. Seriously? What a perfect idea! So, what kind of mayhem can gamers expect? One look at these in-game images speaks volumes.
Here at Dread Central we play lots of video games. It keeps us sane, ya know? With all this talk of remakes and needless sequels, our stress levels can be overwhelming at times. Good thing we get to take out our aggression digitally! Our next playground? Activision's Prototype.