Games news in brief: The picks for gaming’s Christmas number one; The accessories of Call of Duty: Black Ops; and introducing Ollie the Octopus
A weekly look at the videogames stories making the headlines, this week featuring: The picks for gaming’s Christmas number one; The accessories of Call of Duty: Black Ops and Psychic Paul is dead, introducing Oracle Ollie.
L.A. Noire is Rockstar’s dark and violent detective thriller set against the backdrop of 1940s Los Angeles.
A weekly roundup of our bite-size games reviews, this week featuring uprisings and chickens in Fable III; a day in the life of Sims 3; post-apocalyptic high-stakes in Fallout: New Vegas and a rival for Twin Peaks’ oddball strangeness courtesy of Deadly Premonition.
After all the rumour, conjecture and name changes, to finally see Microsoft’s sleek, black, motion control device in its final release form, and have chance to put it through it’s paces, was something of a relief.
Games news in brief: How to enter our ‘Legendary’ Halo: Reach competition; When games go bump in the night; No I in BAFTA as social gaming awarded
A weekly look at the videogames stories making the headlines, this week featuring: The Independent’s very own Halo: Reach “Legendary” edition giveaway; a look at the games to be playing this Halloween and how BAFTA is set to award social gaming.
If there’s one thing that Sonic The Hedgehog fans have been crying out for, it’s the arrival of a 3D adventure as accessible and responsive as those from his 2D era; consider the wait nearly over.
Games review roundup: Medal of Honor; Front Mission Evolved; John Daly’s ProStroke Golf; Just Dance 2
A weekly review roundup of the newest games available, this week featuring military manouvers in Medal of Honor; Wanzer crushing in Front Mission Evolved; a par for the course from John Daly’s ProStroke Golf and a lounge-based disco with Just Dance 2.
Seldom do actors get to couple voiceover work with a physical performance; one such actor doing exactly that, however, is Andy Serkis; who plays the lead of Ninja Theory’s videogame ‘Enslaved: Odyssey to the West’ – merely the latest of his ‘performance capture’ roles.
It’s that time of year again, when EA Sports and Konami unleash their latest, greatest attempts at recreating the beautiful game virtually.
LOVEFiLM subscribers will soon be able to stream the UK’s largest choice of subscription titles directly to their TVs, through their PS3 as a new partnership is announced.
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