Revenge is a dish best served bloody and violent. And that's exactly the way you are gonna get it when EA and Klei Entertainment shove their Shank into you and your video game loving mind!
There's something so fulfilling about that headline we're not sure how to put our fingers on it. I guess it's that the word DeathSpank conjures a myriad of things in one's imagination. But will it make a good game? We're thinking yes!
What once was old is new again, at least as far as movies based on video games. Universal is developing an Asteroids movie. Fox is developing a Missile Command movie. Producers have been trying to get a big screen Joust and Pac-Man movie off the ground for years now.
Nintendo Wii gamers still hungry for horror after the lackluster Cursed Mountain and the abysmal Ju-on: Haunted House Simulator are getting another crack at true horror with Hudson Entertainment's Calling. The best part? It's out on March 16th. Talk about under the radar.
Just about everyone on staff here at Dread Central is an avid gamer. Recently we got our hands on a review copy of Ignition Entertainment's Deadly Premonition, and for the first time in like forever we've been rendered pretty much speechless.
Come March 16th gamers will be given one option when it comes to THQ's latest horror themed video game -- kill or be killed! We wouldn't want it any other way! The year is 2033. An entire generation has been born and raised underground, and their besieged Metro Station-Cities struggle for survival, with each other, and the mutant horrors that await outside.
You've seen all the trailers and character profiles by now as we've covered the hell out of this game. There's only one thing left for us to do. Give away a couple of copies!
Now that it has finally made it to store shelves, we've been provided with the final promotional trailer for the "Twin Peaks"-esque survival horror game Deadly Premonition!
By the looks of this 5-minute video of gameplay provided by Gamerblog.fr, it seems Remedy has made good on its promise and found the key to appease the film buff in every gamer kid and the gamer kid in every film buff with the upcoming title Alan Wake.
The final character profile for the horror/action Xbox 360 exclusive Deadly Premonition landed in our inbox today, and in anticipation of the game's February 23rd release, here's a look at Thomas MacLaine, another long-time Greenvale resident who knows a lot about the townspeople (and their secrets).
Next week (on February 23rd to be exact) the horror/action Xbox 360 exclusive Deadly Premonition hits the market, and we've got a look at two more of the game's inhabitants for you - wheelchair-bound Harry Stewart and his personal assistant and caregiver, Michael Tillotson.
On February 11th at X10, Remedy and Microsoft FINALLY stopped the blue ball frustration for male and female gamers alike by confirming their EXTREMELY long-delayed action-adventure Alan Wake will emerge May 18th in North America and May 21st in Europe.