Bungie and Microsoft released a brand new gameplay trailer for their latest Xbox 360 franchise title, Halo: Reach, which is headed for store shelves on September 14 in North America.
When Crackdown was released in 2007, the game was something of a surprise hit for Microsoft’s still-fledgling Xbox 360. The title combined all of the best elements of classic arcade games with building-leaping excitement and gun-toting explosive action as you worked to destroy the gangs of Pacific City.
Okay, I’m feeling really jittery. I’m kind of wishing I hadn’t just finished playing hours of Alan Wake because I’m freakishly nervous and jumpy, waiting for someone to climb out of the shadows with an axe or something.
Just got back from an evening playing a pre-beta version of Halo Reach multiplayer. Looks a lot like what you would expect, with a few new twists and turns, of course.
Bioware’s Mass Effect 2 is a little over a month away from hitting store shelves and details are starting to emerge about what could shape up to be one of 2010 biggest games.
For those of you still stumbling around looking for the perfect gift this holiday season, here are a few suggestions that may come in handy for that special adult gamer in your life. Including some of the best video games released this year, these titles are sure to please the person in your life who just can’t tear themselves away from their console.
From music and shooters to action and racing, here are a few suggestions this holiday season.
It’s drop day, Halo fans, and if you weren’t lined up to pick up Halo 3: ODST at midnight, chances are you’re still trying to decide how badly you want the game.
Halo 3 fans probably don’t need much coaxing, but tomorrow, September 22, Bungie’s Halo 3: ODST makes the drop onto store shelves, and I’m very curious what the response is going to be like.
The holidays are getting close and both Microsoft and Sony are doing their best to put one of their consoles in your living room.
Celebrating the release of Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto IV downloadable content, The Lost and Damned, The GATE and Xbox Canada are giving away a special prize pack, including an Xbox Live 60 GB Starter Kit.