Games review roundup: Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days; Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light; Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World; We Sing Encore
A weekly review roundup of the newest games available, this week featuring: relentless action in Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days; a new perspective for Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light; seven evil ex’s in Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World and karaoke for the family courtesy of We Sing Encore.
Microsoft has announced the first wave of video games that will be available for Windows Phone 7 at launch (or shortly after) at Gamescom 2010. Interestingly, the phone will be closely linked with Xbox Live, the Xbox 360’s downloadable game service.
View the teaser trailer for BioShock Infinite as the creators of the original BioShock look to the sky for the next chapter of the award-winning franchise.
Selected news and gossip from the games industry, this week looking at Xbox 360 Kinect on the road, the ‘Fallout: New Vegas’ voice talent and Tiësto’s thoughts on ‘DJ Hero 2′.
Nintendo’s latest handheld delivers the clarity and depth you have come to expect from 3D cinema experiences but – thanks to some technical wizardry – without the need for 3D goggles; amazing yet true.
A teaser trailer of what to expect from the multiplayer component of upcoming first-person shooter ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops’ has been made available by developer, Treyarch.
The unlikely site of a chicken dashing through city streets and hurtling through the air isn’t exactly the most auspicious of beginnings, but said chicken’s exploits do provide a vehicle by which the daily struggles of Albion’s citizens can be witnessed.
Having been designed to rival Nintendo’s Wii and Sony’s similar device, the PlayStation Move for the PS3, it seems strange to see the peripheral debut at a price just £35 less than the Wii console and double the price of Sony’s Move.
Teris Party Deluxe will be launched on 3rd September across Europe and Nintendo will be hoping that its release will see long-standing Tetris fans and newcomers flocking to the puzzle game in equal measures.
‘Truth or Lies’ is a high-concept party game for PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii which takes the basic principles of teenage pastime ‘truth or dare’ and combines them with (hopefully) accurate lie detector software
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