The official Call of Duty: Black Ops II reveal has come, and its debut trailer — no doubt the first of several we’ll be teased with in the next six months — reveals all sorts of tidbits about the next entry in the surefire blockbuster first-person shooter, due out Nov. 13.
Tablets are great and all, but one major, near-unforgivable way they’ve always fallen short is their inability to dispense beer. Finally, KegDroid — which lets you gush out brews via a Motorola Xoom — is here to fix that dreadful problem.
It may be called Mortal Kombat, but it keeps coming back with the regularity of an immortal serial killer in a slasher flick. After an April 2011 reboot, February saw the game come out again as the Komplete Edition, along with all the downloadable costumes and characters plus the 1995 movie.
Turn-based strategy games on your phone are way better than they were on tabletops. We remember wanting to pimp-smack Scrabble or Monopoly opponents for taking too long to make their moves back in our caveman days, yet have no problem waiting for buddies to take days to move our Words with Friends or Draw Something matches along.
We’ve spent many hours yelling at The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and the game’s always taken it in stride, pretending as though it didn’t hear us. Now it’s done playing nice. Thanks to an update released today, those playing the game on an Xbox 360 with a Kinect device hooked up will be able to control the game with their voice.
Like a dude using a laptop with his pants around his ankles, Kratos has always been known for doing his own thing. The rage-fueled Spartan has gotten his rocks off by slashing enemies into oblivion. Everyone onscreen, even innocent bystanders, were nothing but fleshy balloons to be popped into red level-up orbs. But his next game, God of War Ascension, will change all that.
GameFly really wishes it could get subscribers to cough up a monthly fee to play things like Angry Birds Space and Ziggurat, but its mad scientists have yet to find a way to stick a game disc or cartridge into your iPhone.
So the Netflix of Gaming is trying the next best thing — giving out free and cheap games via its iOS app.
Nintendo first tempted you with Cosmo Black and Aqua Blue 3DSs, but you didn’t budge. Then it trotted out Flame Red and Pearl Pink, and you just rolled your eyes. Now Nintendo has learned its lesson and has dreamed up the color that will weaken your knees and inspire you to part with that $170 you’ve been so stingy with.
Being a PlayStation 3 owner who is obsessed with the Mass Effect series is a lot like being a lifelong Chicago Cubs fan who tortures himself by sitting through the World Series ever year. Not only did the original Mass Effect never hit the console, but Xbox 360 players have been getting a far superior version of Mass Effect 3′s multiplayer since the game came out in March.
Gamers have been swapping rumors about Call of Duty’s next move like giggly high school girls do potential prom dates. Now they have something solid to grasp on to — not only a title but a release date. As expected,
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