Archive for July, 2009
All my party can see this.. but I look the normal size on mine. This is soooo funny!
Developed by: Twisted Pixel Games
Published by: Twisted Pixel Games
Platforms: Xbox 360 – Xbox Live Arcade
Players: 1 (Singleplayer) 2-4 (Multiplayer)
Rated E for Everyone (10+)
This ‘splodetastic XBLA platformer has scientists, style and a whole lot of ‘splosion. Oh, and it has cake!
The Important Stuff
‘Splosion Man is the newest release from Twisted Pixel, the same people who brought us the much acclaimed XBLA Read the rest of this entry »
My good buddy PeeKnuckle from Gamercide.org posted this on twitter and I thought it was totally cool!
Chris at the Weekly Geek is planning on doing a little cosplay himself at PAX this year and is going to show the step-by-step details on what it takes. This installement shows how to make a few of the accessories like Nuka-Cola caps, Buffout, and Med-X.
The Xbox Live Dashboard Update is going to be released to the public for preview soon, and I have to say I like the changes! One of the coolest things is the Netflix party. You can join a party with up to four friends and your avatars are seated in front of a movie screen with the movie playing that you all have chosen. In the Netflix party each party member can suggest a movie to watch , and the party leader makes the selection of what everyone is going to watch. Read the rest of this entry »
This is excellent news! You get to use your own avatars in Guitar Hero 5 , according to OXM US.
“We’ve been working on this for a while,” explains project director Brian Bright. “We sent Microsoft screenshots three months ago and their team didn’t even know we were doing it. Their Avatar team freaked out.”
Check out the article on OXM for more info! http://www.oxm.co.uk/article.php?id=12193
I GOT WORMS!! that’s what we’re gonna call it.
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Things like this make me wish I knew how to play the piano..
EA has announced a teaser site for their upcoming game, RAGE. There is a password hidden in the picture for exclusive content. Can YOU find it?
I think Sydera did an excellent job discussing the research Loyola professor David Myers did in regard to his experiences in the MMO City of Heroes/City of Villains.
When I first read the article I was really frustrated that non-gamers would read it and think that ALL gamers only knew how to respond using explecitives. Sydera not only discusses the paper and her thoughts on it, but about the rules and responsibilities, and game exploits.
Check it out!
On a side not. BAD, BAD, me. I initially wrote thinking Sydera was a guy, but I checked out the ABOUT page and found I was wrong. Look at me assuming a game writer is a guy!