Before that pushy World Wildlife Fund got all cranky and lawyered the WWF initials away from pro wrestling, we dug the quarter-chomping arcade game ‘WWF WrestleFest.’ If the ‘Street Fighter II’ cabinet was occupied, ‘WrestleFest’ was our go-to-game.
Imagine you could step into a time machine and revisit all your favorite moments. Pretty cool so far, right? Only this time machine doesn’t let you walk around and enjoy yourself — it keeps you locked inside the clunky device, forced to peek out through a muddy, distorted window. When you try to relive your glory days, you end up screwing them up and ruining all your memories.
Microsoft may not be content with selling us $200-plus consoles, $60 games, $50 controllers and $60-a-year Xbox Live subscriptions. Not to mention subjecting gamers to an endless parade of Xbox 360 ads onscreen. If some bragging from an employee’s online resume is to be believed, the company has got some plans to milk even more money out of gamers.
We’ve sweated out many a sleepless night wondering whatever we would do if skeletal armies assaulted us. The answer, it turns out, was always in our freezers. As ‘Pizza vs. Skeletons’ attests, pizzas are far more than the world’s perfect food. They’re also bouncing discs of undead destruction.
Fans of Activision’s ‘True Crime’ series have had to wait longer for satisfaction than Tim Tebow (because he’s a self-professed virgin and is saving himself for mar… aw, forget it). But now the series, which wa
There’s this obscure character known as “Mario” who has starred in a few Japanese games. It’s not like nearly all of them have been international bestsellers or anything, nor that “Mario” has pretty much been the face of gaming for the past quarter century. The rights to this “Mario” guy are
Last week, ‘Star Wars: The Old Republic’ developer BioWare revealed that it would be showering loyal players with a plethora of goodies, including a free month of play for its most dedicated devotees. The develo
We’re not sure whether the developers of ‘Kinect Star Wars’ actively hate George Lucas’s brainchild and sought to mock it mercilessly, or just don’t understand the appeal of lightsabers and Jedi knights and just threw something together in a crude attempt at sympathizing with the franchise’s fanatics. Whatever the case, ‘Kinect Star Wars’ is the most laughable addition to the family since the 1978 ‘Star Wars Holiday Special.’
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