It may not be such a bad idea to get your asses in gear, people. In F.E.A.R. 3 Alma's back, and she's as spooky and pissed off as ever. Dare you have what it takes to glimpse at the horrors awaiting you in this latest trailer? Lock and load!
The good folks at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studios have sent over a new gameplay trailer for their upcoming Mortal Kombat, this one showcasing a montage of Shang Tsung employing his soul-draining techniques to defeat his enemies in the name of Shao Kahn.
With Silent Hill: Revelation getting the lion's share of the love in the news lately, Konami has released several new screens for the next video game installment in the franchise, Silent Hill: Downpour.
We told you yesterday about the new Scream game landing on iPhones and iPads everywhere via iTunes. Well, here's a friendly reminder that the game in which you play as good old Ghostface himself is available RIGHT NOW! But wait ... that's not all!
Oh, happy day! Scream 4 (review here) is in theatres tomorrow, April 15, and after you're done seeing it, you can don the mask and slay some digital victims! Does it get any better? Rarely!
Last night Dread Central took part in a sneak preview of David Jaffe’s upcoming Twisted Metal game for the PS3 console during Sony PlayStation’s pre-E3 event. Let me preface my experiences with the game itself by saying that I am not much of a gamer. I’m a button-smasher by nature (grew up playing arcade games) so I wasn’t sure if I’d even be able to get the hang of it.
Oh, sweet undead video game mayhem. How we've missed you so. Yes, the villagers and mutants from the past two Resident Evil games were spooky, but there's just something about mowing down zombies in the franchise that really gets our ghost!
Prepare yourselves, dearest readers. Grab a napkin or a tissue. You are about to drool over the undead goodness contained within these brand spanking new screenshots for Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
There's more Dead Rising 2 action headed our way courtesy of Capcom, and we've got the trailer and new screenshots to keep your ever growing need to kill zombies in the wildest of ways alive and well. Or maybe undead? Read on! From the Press Release
Exclusive Video Interview: Mortal Kombat Co-Creator Ed Boon Talks Mortal Kombat: Legacy Web Series & the New Mortal Kombat Game
If you’re like me and found yourself addicted to the Mortal Kombat games growing up (as a button-smasher myself, I regularly owned my friends on the arcade version at our local pizza joint), then you owe a huge debt of gratitude to Ed Boon, one of the original creators of the Mortal Kombat gaming franchise.
Last year Kevin Tancharoen took a huge career gamble. The director, who had mostly been know in the industry for his work on various dance projects, decided it was time to fulfill a lifelong dream and set off to make his Mortal Kombat: Rebirth short film as a calling card to pursue helming a new feature-film adaptation of the gaming franchise.
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc., has unveiled new screenshots and key art for its all-new original IP, NeverDead for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, set to launch this fall. The images reveal the explosive action and combat as the game's hero and his female companion, Arcadia, take on the horrific, otherworld demons of the not-too-distant future.
The day is finally here, folks. The premiere episode of Kevin Tancharoen's badass take on the Mortal Kombat franchise, Mortal Kombat: Legacy, is live and brimming with violence, fighting, and gunplay. You know, the good stuff!
Actress Jeri Ryan may be best known to fans worldwide for her portrayal of the “Star Trek: Voyager” character Seven of Nine, but prepare to embrace her now as another iconic character: Sonya Blade from the Mortal Kombat series of games and films.
Exclusive Video Interview: Michael Jai White Talks Mortal Kombat: Legacy Web Series and the Black Dynamite Animated Series
Actor Michael Jai White has made a career of being a badass. He first hit Hollywood’s radar with his performance as the one and only Mike Tyson for the HBO series based on the troubled boxer’s early years.