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by Matt Moeller

8 Feb 2010


A game that has played gamers for the last couple of years with pushed back release dates and pant wetting anticipation is finally being released. The long-awaited return to Rapture is here on February 9th, 2010 in the sequel to the massively successful 2K Games game Bioshock

Set 10 years after the events in the original game, Bioshock 2 continues the story this troubled underwater city. The theme is more family and psychologically focused, but don’t worry you’ll still get your fill of plasmids, atom and creepy splicers. One of the things I am most excited about is the new multi-player mode which allows up to eight players to battle it out online

by Matt Moeller

5 Feb 2010


Heavy Rain

Heavy Rain is the new PS3 exclusive game from developers Quantic Dream who made waves with the stylistically similar Indigo Prophecy in 2007. I’m anxious to see how Heavy Rain is received, considering its mature subject matter, unconventional game mechanics and unbelievable graphics. Take a look at the most recent trailer for this game that is due out February 23rd in the US.

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by Matt Moeller

31 Jan 2010


In my earlier post I highlighted what seemed to be a free online shooter that turned out to be less than a full game. Little did I know that there was such a game out there already that has been around since last year. If you weren’t already aware, video game developer DICE (in conjunction with EA Games) is out there with Battlefield Heroes, which is a cartoony version of their main franchise. Battlefield Heroes is played on your browser and you will not spend a dollar unless you end up falling for the silly things you can buy with real money in the BF Store. 

Why not cash in on the current sexy mythical monster craze that is going on at the moment and incorporate a new night-time Vampires Vs. Werewolves mode to three of the maps in the game.  Well, that is just what they did and it lasts for the next month, Check out the trailer below and play the game yourself at www.battlefieldheroes.com.

by Matt Moeller

29 Jan 2010


I don’t know about you but the thought of a console quality first person shooter that is free to the public and played on any browser sounds too good to be true. Check out the trailer for new game by Zero Point Software for a game that boast just that. 

Turns out the trailer is just for the training portion of the game which is called Bullseye. It may be a little misleading as the only free part is this first portion as far as I can tell. Also, the game does not seem to have a solid release date yet and advertises the option to pre-order the game. I tried it and it went pretty smooth, all I had to do was download and install a plug-in called the Unity Web Player for my browser. Go to www.interstellarmarines.com to try the game.

by John Lindstedt

27 Jan 2010


Lost fans still have a couple “Faradays” between them and the premiere of the show’s final season, but there’s no shortage of web goodies to appease those who can’t help but froth at the mouth in anticipation.

First and foremost is the web series Mysteries of the Universe: The Dharma Initiative, a cleverly crafted faux doc filtered through a nostalgic 80’s motif in the vein of Carl Sagan’s Cosmos. Within the Lost universe, the series had a short run in 1982 on ABC, and it sheds light on the enigmatic Dharma Initiative that figure prominently in the story’s overall mythology. Released in a five parts over the course of last year, what could have been a disposable bonus feature is both satisfying and more than a little creepy.

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