Archive for November, 2012


Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed | Review

Cue old school Genesis SEGA jingle–that aura of nostalgia is in the air. Why you ask? Because the sequel to Sega’s Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing has arrived with Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed. Released on November 18th, the game was released on multiple platforms including Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii U. There will […]


Final Nintendo Power Issue Cover Revealed

After twenty-four years of insightful first-hand information about your favorite Nintendo games, and the countless previews, reviews, tips and tricks from the sources, Nintendo Power has finally come to an end. The final issue’s cover made its way to the Internet (the very entity that undoubtedly defeat Nintendo Power but alas) via Twitter, and it’s […]


Sony’s Sales Strong Throughout Black Friday

After much counting and calculating, Sony revealed its Black Friday weekend sales figures, where the PlayStation 3 and Vita bundles made a solid consumer impact. Thanks in part to the PlayStation 3 Ultimate Value Bundles, 525,000 PS3s were sold throughout which was an increase in bundled sales by 15% over last year.. Meanwhile, PS3 systems, […]


DeathStroke Joins NetherRealm’s Injustice Gods Among Us

DeathStroke, a master assassin in the D.C Universe has been announced as the next playable character in the expanding roster of Injustice: Gods Among Us. Deathstroke’s fighting style according the publisher utilizes a series of small hand held weapons for both ranged and melee attacks. If you are wondering DeathStroke’s comic back story – He’s […]


GTA: Vice City Celebrates 10 Years of Crime Sprees

Maybe I’m just getting old but it is hard to believe that Grand Theft Auto: Vice City launched a decade ago today. Premiering just one year after the groundbreaking Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City transported us back two decades, to 1980s Miami. In celebration the game will be available on mobile platforms including Apple’s […]


Genesis RPG, Pier HD, May Head To Dreamcast & Current Gen!

I think a lot of people in the gaming community laughed when a Sega Genesis game, Pier, was released by an independent developer in 2010. This RPG was a love letter to an RPG long past and thanks to Kickstarter the developer hopes to port the game to current gen consoles including the Xbox 360, […]


Bethesda Considers Dishonored ‘A Franchise’

Dishonored has been a bit of a critical darling recently and Bethesda has gained from this in terms of higher than expected sales. Speaking about the title Bethesda’s Pete Hines tells Destructoid that the game is now considered a franchise. Here’s the direct quote: “We did terrific numbers again this past weekend, both in stores […]


Sorry Xbox 360 Owners, Still No Metal Gear Solid 4 For You!

An Xbox 360 version of Metal Gear Solid 4 has been the butt of a joke in the PS3 community for some time. It went so far as to have users create image macros of a 20 disc Xbox 360 box art mock up for the game. So that when we learned that a New […]

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Dragon Age III Bound For The Next Generation of Consoles?

Rumors, reported by Kotaku, state that Electronic Art’s next entry in the Dragon Age franchise, Dragon Age III, has shifted focused to the as unannounced Xbox 720 and PS4 rather this current generation of consoles. The source for this rumor is a LinkedIN profile for a former employee of Bioware who worked on the game […]


Mass Effect 3’s Omega DLC Released

Noted as being the biggest expansion in the franchises history by our own Joshua Rust, the latest single player DLC for Mass Effect 3 focuses on Aria’s battle to reclaim Omega with Commander Shepards help. The announcement for the DLC asks “Forced to rely on Aria’s unique knowledge of the station and faced with her lust for revenge, […]


Partia: The Broken Lineage Launch Trailer

If you’re looking for some tactical RPG action on the go, Partia: The Broken Lineage is now available on the iTunes app store. With a SNES era look and the game being promoted as inspired by Fire Emblem and Tear Ring Saga, this looks like an interesting game for retro fans.


Mini Dash Arrives On iTunes App Store

A new platformer by Chillingo LTD. has just been released yesterday named Mini Dash. Chillingo is one of the early developers on the iPhone platform and a publisher of even more content. They are no stranger to touch screen gaming and operate as a studio inside the EA Mobile development family. Read on to learn about Mini Dash!


Sequel On The Way For Hotline Miami

Jonatan Söderström, creator of Hotline Miami has confirmed there will be a Hotline Miami 2. Earlier this week he tweeted, “Working while listening to the sweet tunes of a preliminary Hotline Miami 2 soundtrack that we’ve put together during the weekend.” Sounds like a productive Black Friday weekend indeed! In an interview with Eurogamer, Jonatan […]


Huge Black Friday Weekend For Xbox 360

Microsoft announced that over the Black Friday weekend (November 18th to 23rd) they sold 750,000 consoles in the United States alone. I have to admit, I even know some folks that took advantage of the new bundles and wonderful deals available for the Xbox. Also noted was that Halo 4 sales exceeded expectations. It seemed […]


Bungie Releases Concept Art From Destiny

Bungie’s first title under Activision is something fans have been eager to see. Under the working title of Destiny the included screen was released on Bungie’s website yesterday. It’s definitely going to be something to see where the Halo developer is going now that they’re with activision. It’s an exciting time to be a gamer […]

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