Scott Pilgrim VS. The World: The Game

Scott Pilgrim VS. The World: The Game

Aug 31, 2010

Format: Xbox Live (version reviewed), PSN Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Montreal Players: 1 (2-4 Local) Site: http://shop.ubi.com/promo/73623700 Chances are that within the last two weeks or so you will have at least heard of Scott Pilgrim. Along with being a very successful graphic novel series by Bryan Lee O’Malley,...

Shank: review

Shank: review

Aug 30, 2010

Format: XBLA (version reviewed), PSN, PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Electronic Arts Developer: Klei Entertainment Players: 1-2 Site: http://shankgame.com/ If The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai is 2D Ninja Gaiden, Shank is 2D God of War. It’s a pretty game with flashy combat and moments of badassery that come at the expense of precision. The fighting...

Interview with David Perry about Gaikai and how it will change the world of video games

Interview with David Perry about Gaikai and how it will change the world of video games

Aug 26, 2010

Gaikai, as its own website mentions, is streaming, cloud-based gaming technology which allows gamers to play, preview, and demo PC and console video games for free. Now, what is Gaikai exactly? We talk to CEO and co-founder of Gaikai, David Perry. He discusses Gaikai, which according to him finally makes computing (and gaming) ubiquitous. He discusses what it...

Sin & Punishment: Star Successor: review

Sin & Punishment: Star Successor: review

Aug 25, 2010

Format: Wii Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Nintendo Developer: Treasure Players: 1-2 Site: http://sinandpunishment.com/ At one point in Sin & Punishment: Star Successor, your buddy is suspended over a rising pit of lava by a reptilian guinea pig. In another level, you travel the desert to fight a sand-lion and a sand-bird that morph together into a...

Playing With Twitter

Playing With Twitter

Aug 20, 2010

I would use Twitter if it weren’t so brief. 140 characters? Where would that get me? Other than a few sentences into this article, I mean. Twitter has become a means for millions of people to communicate pointlessly every day. No, even more than that. Every hour. Every second even. Within all the dross and pond-life who think that other people actually...