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Get ready for some high-octane FPS frenzy as Conduit 2 is coming to the Nintendo 3DS. When? Well no one knows really.
Conduit 2 is coming to the Nintedo 3DS according to Eric Nofsinger, Chief Creative Officer of High Voltage. No definite date has been set yet although Nofsinger has shared that the studio is already working on developing the game for the new platform.
High Voltage already has Conduit 2’s environment running in the 3DS. “You can shoot, you can select different weapons and you can see enemies. It runs pretty darn well with full 3D and everything,” said Nofsinger.
Conduit 2 is an upcoming first-person shooter game developed by High Voltage Software originally for the Wii and now the Nintendo 3DS. Hit up the break and see the trailer for Conduit 2.Read the rest of the article »
"What about the game Duke, was it any good?" "Yeah, but after 12 @#$%&* years, it should be."
What? Do you think he’d be gone forever? Well not anymore. Developers have recently released a new trailer that heralds the return of video game land’s most bad-ass character in history, Duke Nukem. Twelve years, we’ve been waiting for this, twelve years they made us wait for the game to come into reality, but now true-believers will get what they want and much much more as the gaming legend brings back all the action, all the drama, and all the whooping. The game is set for a release this 3rd of May. Is it going to be good? Well, Duke Nukem certainly had an interesting set of words to say at the end of the trailer.
“What about the game Duke, was it any good?” “Yeah, but after 12 @#$%&* years, it should be.”
Watch the trailer after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
It almost feels like a whole new world as Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam's game mechanics still give the players something fresh and engaging without sacrificing the good 'ol Battlefield: Bad Company 2 fun we've always liked.
Ah, Battlefield. A game where fps has been taken to new heights with sweet graphics and gameplay. And as we enter into a new territory with the Vietnam map pack, it certainly has changed the scenery of how we play the game, while still maintaining the elements that got us hooked in the first place.
We get new weapons, new environments, and new vehicles. And although the Vietnam map pack seems to be your average downloadable content for the series, it’s not. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam seperates itself from the rest as it focuses more on close range combat rather than long range, a feature Battlefield: Bad Company is really known for. Not only do the weapons get a revamp, but the entire environment of the maps encourage players to move in towards their opponents should they want a clear shot of their prey. Various zones include underground tunnels and several LOS points that may prove daunting to players who are adept to long range combat, and that’s what Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam’s purpose of existence.
Each class gets new character models, animations and voices as the atmosphere of the game relives the dark times of the Vietnam war. The maps are impressive to say the least not only because it gives you space to improve your tactical abilities, but also because of the great graphics the franchise is very well known for.Read the rest of the article »
Although we did discuss before that video games actually improve real life skills, there are some rare instances where video games, particularly third or first person games can cause or trigger sicknesses.
I remember the first time I got my first video game related sickness, it was the time when I was playing a third-person game called Shrek (I was 10 back then, okay?) on my Playstation. Thanks to the low resolution and ugly motion controls, my head hurted like hell and had to stop and close my eyes for an hour until the pain drifted away. It did for a moment, but the headache continued later at night which made me retire for the day prematurely. There goes my Final Fantasy 9 grind.
Although we did discuss before that video games actually improve real life skills, there are some instances where video games, particularly third or first person games can cause or trigger sicknesses. There was a surge one time in America where the media blamed video games as a cause for children and adult’s epilepsy and seizures.Read the rest of the article »
You'll be surprised what great games can come from a small little thing that is the iPhone. We bring you the best games that strike a chord for great graphics and excellent gameplay.
When it comes to gaming, guys usually for good graphics and acceptable game play. Although at first the iPhone doesn’t seem capable of handling those criteria, developers have overcome the odds to give us great titles that can rival the best handheld portable games out there.
Celebrate the holiday season with these iPhone games in a list that balances good gameplay, good graphics, and simple yet engaging fun. These can certainly entertain us whenever our wives scold us for being late from a night out with the bros.Read the rest of the article »
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