A new trailer for EA Games' exclusive to the Nintendo Wii entry in the Dead Space franchise, Dead Space: Extraction, has come roaring online with all manner of interstellar horrors waiting to be discovered!
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.
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.
All I can say is hallelujah! After the disappointing cancellation of the fourth Fatal Frame game in the States, hopes were next to nil that we'd see the recently announced Ju-On game here. God forbid we get something other than Cooking Mama or Barbie's Horse Adventure!
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.
Those of you excited to experience the terror that Takashi Shimizu created first-hand will be pleased to see that a trailer has surfaced for the upcoming Wii game Kyôfu Taikan: Ju-on -- roughly translated as Experience Fear: The Grudge.
Fresh off the presses from our friends over at Sega come the release details and the final box art for the upcoming shooter for the Nintendo Wii -- The Conduit!
Ready to wave around your Wii-mote like a maniac while capturing the disembodied spirits of the digital dead? That's exactly what you'll be doing in the Nintendo Wii version of the highly anticipated Ghostbusters: The Video Game! We've got a look at what you can expect! Dig the trailer, and be sure to pre-order it below ASAP!
Wow, that was quick. Apparently someone out there does read Japanese. Kevin over at Nippon Cinema contacted us in the wee hours last night (not the Wii hours … oh I slay me) with news of his post explaining the details on the teaser site juongame that we English-only types didn’t pick up on.
I'd read recently that Ju-on creator Takashi Shimizu was getting involved with game development, but the actual project wasn't clear. Now it appears to be a game set in The Grudge universe.
Way back in the old days, my compadre Plagiarize and I used to debate Nintendo vs. MS/Sony in the console wars. A long-time Nintendo nut, he was very excited about the new DS and the upcoming "Revolution" console. Having seen the DS and read a lot about the Revolution's just-announced motion controls, I stated they were toys, not real gaming consoles. Gimmicks as opposed to real game-making technology.
Think you have what it takes to practice Harry's code in the virtual world? Well, you're gonna get your chance to prove that you can slaughter with the best of them as everyone's favorite Floridian serial killer, Dexter, when Icarus Studios unleashes Dexter: The Game on Xbox 360, Playstation 3, the Nintendo Wii, and even the iPhone!
It is with great fuckin' pride that I announce that Sega's latest video game entry into the fucking House of the Dead franchise, House of the Dead: Overkill (review), has set a Guinness World Record!
Aw yeah, mama! If you cats haven't played the ridiculously good new zombie rail shooter from Sega, then you are missing out! If you have then you know how funky it is. Especially the Seventies themed music! Guess what? You can now download some of it for free!