Are you looking for more classic games from SEGA? No need to look further, as SEGA has released a large list of classic titles on Steam, listed below. Who doesn’t want to adventure through some awesome classic games which we all grew up with? I know if I was an owner of a well built gaming PC I’d be playing some of the games below, as well as many other titles that catch my eye.
Now, as many of you may remember, on April 1st (aka, April Fools Day), an email went out to the press joking about new Saints Row: The Third expansion, titled, “Enter The Dominatrix.” I, of course, laughed at this “news” and joked with a friend at Volition that, while fake, it was a great idea, and should totally come out. Since that day, I’ve crossed my fingers that ...[Read More]
When it comes to the Call of Duty franchise I have mixed feelings. Some of these feelings are good, and others somewhat bad. We’ve already heard the news that Call of Duty: Black Ops II will be set in the year 2025 which will allow players to see new weaponry, robotics, and so much more.
When I first heard of the FUNimation anime title Sands of Destruction, I thought to myself, “This will be an interesting series to watch.” Little did I know that the anime is based on a 2010 Nintendo DS role-playing game published by SEGA. Now, we’ve grown used to many movie adaptations of video games, and video game adaptations of movies, that almost always end up sucking. With that s...[Read More]
Why hello, Dragon Age fans! Are you looking forward to the upcoming movie, Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker? Boy, do I have some good information for you! If you’d like to know some key areas in which the movie will be playing, keep on reading. Do you happen to live near Edmonton, Canada; New York, NY; San Francisco, CA; or Los Angeles, CA? Then you’re set for a great night if you’...[Read More]
So it seems that as of today 343 Industries has some big news for us Halo fans. Xbox will be putting a lot of money towards the web series now known as “Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn.” At this moment in time we know the website Machinima and the online community Halo Waypoint will be playing these new videos in the weeks leading up to the release of Halo 4.