Video Games New Release Short News of May 6, 2012

THE AVENGERS Console Game Coming Into Fruition?
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While we’ve been told announcements were coming soon, a new hint at the chance for Marvel’s The Avengers live-action assembly being adapted to console video games has unveiled! As Marvel’s The Avengers big screen assembly has gone on to become “one of See More »

  • ‘Max Payne 3’ And The Rise Of The $90 Video Game


The game’s developer, Rockstar, plans to release seven DLC (downloadable content) packs over the course of 2012. Gamers can either purchase these individually or through Rockstar’s DLC Pass, which costs $29.99, or half the price of the full game … See More »

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  • The Avengers May Receive A Video Game After All

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The one interesting thing about the release of The Avengers is that it didn’t have a companion video game tie-in. Video game tie-in projects can usually be crap but with The Avengers I think if you gave us the most basic concept it still would’ve been … See More »

  • Nvidia Levels Up With New Gaming Graphics Card


For everyone else, the release of a video card that carries a price point just under US$1000 will certainly draw attention. The Nvidia GTX 690, which is powered by dual Kepler-based architecture-based GPUs, also features a chromium-plated aluminum … See More »

Bastion brings new take on post-apocalyptic world

By Tom Luke The depressingly small pantheon of “video games are art” arguments has just gained a new member: Bastion. A post-apocalyptic, action role-playing game with Western overtones, Bastion was the first release from Supergiant Games. See More »

  • Baldur’s Gate for iPad developer: ‘We’re taking it from a curator’s approach’


Video game enthusiasts of a certain age all remember Baldur’s Gate fondly. Developed by Bioware and released in 1998, the game was deemed an instant classic by critics and players alike. Many believe it almost single-handedly revived the Computer Role … See More »

  • Beastie Boys’ Adam Yauch’s musical legacy: Changing all games, all the time


Though the trio were not the most prolific legends on the landscape (over the course of 25 years, they released only seven proper albums), their impact has been gigantic. Starting with 1986?s “Licensed to Ill,” the Beastie Boys rewrote the rules for … See More »

  • ‘Neighborhood Watch’ Gets New Title, Red Band Trailer (VIDEO)

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The original “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” didn’t acquit herself very well in “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows,” but playing a nuevo Ellen Ripley in Scott’s “Alien” non-prequel prequel should do wonders for her Q score. The “New Girl” star has a … See More »

  • Saucy Saturdays: Constructions of Femininity in Valve’s Portal Series

Piki Geek

Portal and Portal 2 are first-person puzzle-platform videogames developed by Valve Corporation, released in 2007 and 2011 respectively. The games take place in the Aperture Science Enrichment Center after their newly-constructed Genetic Lifeform and … See More »

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