Monthly Archives: March 2011

L.A. Noire goes to the Tribeca Film Fest

Rockstar Games’ L.A. Noire is the first video game to be named an official selection of the Tribeca Film Festival. The world-renowned film fest, co-founded in 2002 by Robert DeNiro, will feature a live interactive screening of a case from … Continue reading

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Dead Island’s special zombies, playable characters detailed

While the first batch of screens for Dead Island, Techland’s zombies in paradise project, showed the game would be nothing like “the campy world of Dead Rising,” the second batch showed it would be a lot like Left 4 Dead. … Continue reading

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Kings of Kong fight for world champion title

Arcade arch nemeses Steve Wiebe and Billy Mitchell battled once more for the title of Donkey Kong champion in a sixteen-way face off between North America’s best players, but when the dust from the broken barrels finally settled, neither could … Continue reading

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Duke Nukem Forever has babe slapping multiplayer mode

Duke Nukem Forever is really reaching out to women, like literally reaching out, with the sharp crack of an open palm to the derriere. According to the latest issue of OXM, Gearbox’s Duke Nukem Forever will include four multiplayer modes: … Continue reading

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Mature-rated titles only make up 5% of games published last year

Boobs and blood might get all the press, but mature-rated titles only comprised 5% all games rated by the Entertainment Software Rating Board and published last year, according to a recent news release. Of the 1,638 ratings handed out by … Continue reading

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Review / Homefront (X360)

The United States hasn’t had an enemy both sides of the political divide could rally against since the collapse of the Soviet Union, but Kaos Studios’ Homefront thinks North Korea could fit the bill, with a little creative license. Kaos … Continue reading

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Little Zangief treats school bully to pavement piledriver

Australian high school student Casey Haynes has been dubbed “Little Zangief” after video of his Street Fighter inspired retaliation against a bully surfaced on the internet. Originally posted on Reddit, the now infamous video captures the smaller bully repeatedly taunting … Continue reading

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