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Zombie video games have gotten to the “dime a dozen” state. I can’t count the number of zombie games on a particular console with my two hands. Zombies can be plugged in for just about any type of game; there are zombie FPSs, strategy games, RPGs, and even tower defense games.
Warner Bros. has announced that it will release a Lego: The Hobbit game in Spring 2014, several months prior to the trilogy’s last film, There and Back Again — due out December 17, 2014.
In this edition, I share the challenges of running a gaming club, my thoughts on the games that make for a fun club experience, and my goal to establish a club identity.
This week Sony released a commercial as a final push for its November 15 launch of the Playstation 4. The commercial highlights the Playstation 4′s 24 confirmed system exclusives, a handful of which will be available at launch.
Multiplayer today is nearly synonymous with the online gaming experience, but it still frequently offers the chance for people to enjoy the same game on the same TV
Cross-promotional marketing just keeps on striking at the right time.
Insomniac Games announced yesterday that its next installment in the Ratchet and Clank franchise, Ratchet and Clank: Into the Nexus, will be available on store shelves and PSN on November 12.
Andrew Wilson was announced as Electronic Arts‘ new CEO yesterday. He replaces John Riccitiello, who resigned in March.
Today Ubisoft revealed a trailer for a new Japanese-style role playing game, Child of Light. This 2D side-scrolling RPG from Ubisoft Montreal is headed up by Patrick Plourde, creative director of Far Cry 3.
In this week’s Throwback Thursday, we check in with an Xbox 360 exclusive that Microsoft released as a free download on Xbox Live last week — Dead Rising 2.
Continuing to take audiences by surprise, Ubisoft announced a movie partnership with Sony Pictures Entertainment and New Regency for its upcoming game, Watch Dogs, at Gamescom yesterday.
Former Microsoft employee and Xbox insider Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb has suggested that Microsoft won't be able to support cross-chat between Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles