There's a new hero coming to Guardians of Middle-Earth! He's known as the son of Groin (go ahead and chuckle; we won't judge), and is part of the company that wants to retake the Misty Mountains. His name rhymes with at least one other dwarf's in the crew and he goes on to father Gimli. Who is he? It's Gloin!
Prepare your memory blocks for an assault from this week's Nintendo Download highlights!
In the '90s you couldn't walk five feet without tripping over a beat 'em up game. Often when a video game genre becomes oversaturated, you end up with mostly stinkers. Not so with the beat 'em up, no sir! It seemed that, the more their popularity grew, the more inventive they became. Soon you had six player X-Men games, babies piloting robot suits along side ninjas, mummies, and commandos, and the freaking Simpsons, of all things. But of all these fantastically fun beat 'em ups, two franchises stuck out as the kings -- Streets of Rage and Final Fight. Now we're pitting these two in a final fight, of sorts, to determine which face-punching, pile-driving, two-player badguy-beatdown-fest is the best.
During its quarterly financial investors call, Ubisoft revealed a bit about its plans for the next game in the Assassin's Creed series.
We truly can't get enough of these Crysis 3 trailers. Each new one is even better than the last and serves to get us even more pumped for the game's release. This latest trailer combines the awesome action we've come to expect from Crysis and sets it to the amazing alt-rock sounds of the English band, Muse.
When they’re not busy eating one another, the North Koreans have a real fondness for creating trippy self-promotion videos; it's kind of their thing. They may have outdone themselves with this new one, though, which features a man peacefully dreaming about launching a rocket attack on New York City—complete with graphics straight from 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.'
EA Sports announced a slew of new features to the pending Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 game including "era-specific equipment and more realistic presentation." Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 will allow players to travel back to a time when golf equipment was little more than rocks tied to the end of sticks and players occasionally died of Polio on the course.