Monday, December 31, 2007

Video Game Fatality: Top 10 Worst

What are top 10 worst ways to die in a video games? Enjoy the computerized violence and video game montage. Fatality!

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Halo 3 Game Cheat Video

Watch this Halo 3 game cheat video and learn about the glitches, easter eggs, and secret messages in Halo 3. See a family of monkeys, two skulls, a hidden message, a very strange conversation, a few little tips, and a talking grunt. Do you have a Halo 3 game cheat video or game cheat website? Post the link in the comments.

Friday, December 21, 2007

Rock Band Better Than American Idol

Released last month on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and now the PlayStation 2. As a more stripped down version but at least you don't have to pay $399 for a PS3 to play it. The PS2 game includes the same collection of hardware as the last release, and the same core gameplay design. Rock Band is still a lot of fun on the PS2.

If I had a list for Santa it would include Rock Band, two wireless guitars, a drum set, and microphone for my own Rock Band experience. I would probably have to sing and play the guitar, while my buddies play bass guitar and drums. That would be pretty cool!

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

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TNA Wrestling Video Game Trailer

Are you ready for TNA Wrestling? Coming Spring 2008 from Midway Games, video games just got more hits and slams. TNA Wrestling is coming to your PS3, Xbox 360, and PC.

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Beowulf Video Game Trailer from UbiSoft

Watch the Beowulf video game trailer from UbiSoft and see Beowulf in theaters shortly. Beowulf is an RPG with lost of action, similar to the original Gauntlet video game.

Monday, December 10, 2007

UFC Video Game Trailer

Check out the new game trailer from E3 2007 for the new UFC video game. Play it on your PS3, Xbox 360, or PC. To be released in 2008. This UFC game looks real! I am going to get mine when it comes out!

Saturday, December 08, 2007

9 year old Guitar Hero Video

Watch this 9 year old Guitar Hero, rock out Through the Fire and Flames and score 754K points. I can barely beat the easy level. Check out Guitar Hero III in stores in this holiday season and get a jump on this 9 year old Guitar Hero.

Saturday, December 01, 2007 Arcade Games & Pinball Machines

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Monday, November 19, 2007 Where Gamers Meet-up

Join the Network for video games, movies, and reviews of your favorite video games. With conversation about video games new and old you are bound to find a group that is interested in the same video games. From Atari to XBOX 360 all gamers are welcome.

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Holiday's Buyer Guide 2007
With so many different games, DVDs, and toys all coming out at the same time, has offered a way to find the gifts you are looking for at the prices that you can afford, a no nonsense holiday video game buyer's guide. With the PS3, Xbox 360, and Nintendo Wii games, new Guitar Hero offerings and countless other new video games, can point you in the right direction.

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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Play Games Guide: Computer Games Galore

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Saturday, November 10, 2007

Midori Games: Learn While You Play

Do you want some fun games for your kids to keep them busy while you play Command and Conquer or World of Warcraft? has pc and mac games for all ages to enjoy. With games like Global Warning, Yoodoo, Beauty Salon, LadyBugs, Solitaire, and Mahjong you can rest assured that your children will be playing family friendly and safe online games.

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Saturday, November 03, 2007

RedOctane, Activision, and Neversoft Rock!

With original Guitar Hero developer Harmonix off the project and Tony Hawk creators Neversoft now on board, it would be fair to wonder if anything that made the wildly popular rhythm game franchise so awesome would be lost in the shuffle. The good news is that Guitar Hero III is Guitar Hero through and through.

The core gameplay underwent some basic tweaks, and the long and varied tracklist is the best of any game in the series to date. The extreme difficulty of some of the game's more severe songs will challenge the Guitar Hero experts.

Many of the songs in Guitar Hero III are the original songs by the artists, as opposed to covers created for the purposes of the game. The career mode uses the same tiered-unlocking system with encores at the end of each tier.

Mulit-Player Mode
There are also six songs you can unlock only in co-op career, to promote the multi-player mode. The face-off and pro face-off modes from the previous Guitar Hero games return.

Despite increased difficulty and shameless sponsoring, this game still rocks more than the previous installments.

Monday, October 29, 2007

Phelios: Play Games Til' U Drop

The best thing about is they offer games for Mac computers. Mac games are hard to come by. With just over 3% market share in the desktop computer industry it can be hard to find free game downloads. For that matter the cost of software is twice as much as for the PC.

For all of you that have a Mac or Apple iBook you have a bunch of original games to play. Play a strategy game Pax Galaxia, a one-person card game Smack Solitaire, Fish Tycoon or many other Tycoon Games.

Also offered are game trailers, linux games, and download games to your Pocket PC. With mobile game coming into its own, we will be playing more and more mobile games.

Have fun but don't forget to get your work done.

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Battlestar Galactica: Cylons Return

Based on a television show that was popular in the 1970s, and later re-released and re-mastered. In 2003 a new version of Battlestar Galactica mini-series graced our TV from the SciFi channel, with much acclaim. Moving to a full TV shows, Galactica moved back into our hearts as our favorite battle in space. Of course a video game had to be made, enter Battlestar Galactica the video game.

Battlestar Galactica is an action-packed space combat game set in the universe of the hugely popular sci-fi television show. Sign up to defend the Galactica, or play as the ruthless Cylons as they seek to remove the human menace from existence. Take part in multiplayer space battles – up to 8 players online – or play through the single-player campaign.

Visit the flight deck to see the ships ready for you to launch against the Cylons. If you are not ready to commit to the Cylon race try a free trial

Overall, this is a good title with a lot of great battle sequences and hours of fun.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Rockstar Games GTA Vice City Stories

Rockstar Games Grand Theft Auto game has sold millions of copies, all of them have been critically acclaimed for their innovation and consistent ability to be better than the other “GTA clones”. Back at the end of 2005, Rockstar Games wisely chose to take the GTA series to the PSP with Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories. As expected, the game sold like crazy, so a few months later, Rockstar ported the game to the PS2, making sure that those without a PSP got a chance to get into the action as well. Now a year has passed, and the cycle has repeated itself, this time with the world from GTA: Vice City. Rockstar Game’s Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories is every bit as solid of an experience as its predecessors, but after five GTA games released since 2001, the series is starting to show its age.

Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Xbox 360 Halo 3 - Enough Said

You can download the Halo 3 trailer on the Xbox Live Marketplace on your Xbox 360, but you can also head over to and download the trailer to your PC. Be sure to read the accompanying blog post about the trailer as it contains a lot of interesting info about Halo 3 and what we can expect.

Monday, September 03, 2007

Double Fusion: Double the In-Game Ads

Double Fusion, a private company that connects advertisers and video game publishers, plans to roll out new technology on Tuesday to allow advertisers to mount last-minute ad campaigns in games the same way they use spot TV ads.

The technology is set to be shown to developers at the Austin Game Developers Conference in Texas starting on Wednesday.

Game designers now designate and hard-code locations for in-game advertising during the development process. After the coding is completed, advertising content can be changed via an Internet connection, but locations for ads cannot be changed or added.

Double Fusion's new program, called fusion.runtime, separates in-game advertising from the development process, allowing developers to create new placements in completed games, including back catalog titles.

Friday, August 03, 2007

PSP: Wi-Fi Capable

The PSP has built-in Wi-Fi capabilities. Getting our handheld up and running on even a WEP-encrypted home wireless network was a breeze, and the PSP lets you save multiple wireless configurations so that you can connect from multiple locations without repeating the setup procedure each time. Though PSPs purchased before September 2005 were previously limited to WEP encryption, upgrading to v2.0 firmware adds support for the more secure WPA-PSK standard. Once you're Wi-Fi enabled--and you've installed the latest firmware--you can access the Web using the PSP's onboard browser. This slick, nearly full-featured app supports tabbed browsing, Javascript, and CSS, though Flash support is still lacking (read more about the PSP's Web browser).

Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Ninja Gaiden Sigma - A Modern Classic

Ninja Gaiden for the Xbox was a true modern classic. It featured smooth, challenging gameplay and amazing production values. It was, in short, one of the finest games of its generation. In 2005, its gameplay was reworked and expanded for a second release, Ninja Gaiden Black. And incredibly enough, the third time's the charm. No, Ninja Gaiden Sigma isn't a true next-gen sequel, nor is it a simple port of the Xbox release. But it does add a good deal of new content, both subtle and obvious.

If you're a Ninja Gaiden enthusiast, you'll want to see the new chapters, reworked levels, and slicker graphics. And if for some reason you missed it before, this is a must-play game. The action is intense, focused, and certainly not for the faint of heart. It's also among the most satisfying in all of gaming and remains as awe-inspiring as ever, three years after its original release.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Gamefly: Games Delivered to Your Door

As a GameFly member, you can rent as many games as you want and play them as long as you want for only $21.95 per month. Manage your own personal wish list of games. Check out 2 games at a time. When you're done, send your games back to us and the next picks in your GameQ will automatically be sent to you.

Sunday, June 03, 2007

Video Game Advertising

Over the years video game advertising has caught on. Similar to in TV and movie advertising, products and brands is placed within game play.

Whether playing Fight Night or on Second Life, advertising is everywhere. Is this ethical? Advertising to teens and our children. Ads targeted at children were regulated during cartoons on Saturday. Is this the way advertisers will get around this regulation?

Will Second Life catch on? Many early adopters have placed advertising with Second Life. We can only wait and see.

Saturday, May 12, 2007

Rampart Returns to the PS3 | Ready for Download

Rampart is a pretty cool arcade game that mixes shooting action with block-style puzzle gameplay. You control castles on the land, and you place cannons around those castles to fend off hordes of incoming ships. At the same time, the ships are shooting holes in the walls around your castle. But battle only lasts for a few seconds, and then a rebuilding round starts, where you have a limited amount of time to quickly patch the holes in your walls before battle begins all over again. If you can't surround at least one castle with walls, the game ends. It was an interesting mix of action back in its day, and it's still interesting today. Unfortunately, even the three-player online play can't make up for the PlayStation 3 version's terrible, touchy control.

Sunday, April 29, 2007

Hillary Clinton: I will get us out of Iraq

Democratic presidential hopefuls flashed their anti-war credentials and heaped criticism on President George W. Bush's Iraq policy in an early first debate of the 2008 campaign.

"If this president does not get us out of Iraq, when I am president, I will," pledged Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York.

But Clinton found herself on the receiving end of criticism moments later when former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards said she or anyone else who voted to authorize the war should "search their conscience."

Edwards, in the Senate at the time, also cast his vote for the invasion, but he has since apologized for it.

Monday, April 23, 2007

CNET | Game Rankings Debut AGain?

Game Rankings is a website which keeps track of video game reviews from other sites, and combines them to present an average rating for each game. Similar services include Metacritic (also owned by CNET), GameStats, Game Ratio and Rotten Tomatoes.

The source for reviews, previews, news, videos, movies, cheat codes, FAQs, downloads and screenshots from all media sources summed up in one place.

Saturday, March 31, 2007

Medal Of Honor Vanguard - EA Games

Step into the boots of Frank Keegan, Corporal of the 82nd Airborne Division and engage in battles throughout Europe. From Operation Husky on the shores of Sicily to Operation Varsity inside Nazi Germany, you’ll fight behind enemy lines in the epic WWII battles that turned America’s first paratroopers into heroes of WWII. Featuring spectacular graphics adding to epic combat intensity, Medal of Honor Vanguard makes you the driving force in the struggle to liberate Europe. As the first game in the Medal of Honor series to be released on the Nintendo Wii platform, players can expect Medal of Honor Vanguard to take full advantage of Wii’s one-of-a-kind controllers.

Saturday, March 24, 2007

Castlevania: Symphone of the Night

Konami's classic 2D adventure game, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, will be 10 years old this year. Unlike a lot of older games, SOTN hasn't seen a multitude of updates and rereleases. The first of two releases planned for 2007 is an emulated version of the original PlayStation game for Xbox Live Arcade. It marks a couple of firsts, such as the first emulated console game to appear on Microsoft's download service. It's also the first game to go over the now-outdated 50MB limit for downloadable Xbox 360 games. Considering the size, scope, and sound contained in Symphony of the Night, that larger size makes sense. It all adds up to a faithful version of a classic game that's just about as fantastic today as it was when it was first released.

Saturday, March 17, 2007

God of War II: Stand Alone

More of the gory, over-the-top action you've come to expect from this series; fantastically paced, with some ingenious puzzle designs; scale of some of the levels is unbelievably massive; superb graphics and sound; several more bosses than the first game.

It's hard to imagine a better swan song for the PlayStation 2 than God of War II. Though it's not destined to be the very last game for the system, it doesn't seem likely that anything else will come along in the coming months to trump what God of War II achieves. As the sequel to 2005's megapopular action adventure set within the basic confines of Greek mythology, it continues the agonizing and rage-fueled odyssey of the world's angriest man-god, Kratos, as he goes on another epic vengeance bender. It's an altogether familiar adventure in many ways, with a lot of gameplay mechanics held over that haven't necessarily been improved in any meaningful capacity, but that's not to suggest the game isn't better overall. God of War II is a brilliantly paced, tightly crafted piece of work that's as intelligently designed as it is thrilling to play. In short, it's exactly what you would want from a sequel to God of War.

Sunday, March 11, 2007

Forza Motorsport 2: Racing with 300 hot cars

Loaded with more than 300 of the world's hottest cars for you to collect, personalize and tune, "Forza Motorsport 2" gives you a complete racing experience. With authentic simulation physics, bone-jarring damage, photo-realistic graphics, and licensed tuning and customisation options, the franchise improves on the unprecedented features gamers enjoyed in its debut instalment.

Saturday, March 10, 2007

Grand Theft Auto: Steals PSP Market Share

We're up to two Grand Theft Auto games on the PSP, and as of now, both have become PlayStation 2 games not terribly long after the handheld version's release. Vice City Stories, the most recently updated of the two, follows a similar side-story formula. Vice City Stories improves upon some of the flaws found in the first game, not the least of which is improved length and direction, as well as a great deal more personality.

The story's still pretty subpar, though, and as much as this is very much Grand Theft Auto, certain conventions of the series are starting to feel a bit antiquated. Additionally, much as was the case with Liberty City Stories' transition to the PS2, Vice City Stories loses a lot of its appeal when played on a console versus the PSP. Still, it's only $20, and if you don't own a PSP or just never got around to playing it upon its original release, this isn't a bad way to go if you absolutely, positively must get your GTA fix.

Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Become a Def Jam: Icon

Electronic Arts, in partnership with urban lifestyle powerhouse Def Jam Interactive, announced today that DEF JAM: ICON has shipped to stores nationwide. Infusing the hottest hip hop beats with an advanced, next generation fighting gameplay system, DEF JAM: ICON will be available for the PLAYSTATION 3 computer entertainment system and the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system.

Use the music to your advantage to strike down your opponent with DEF JAM: ICON’s new Building’s with Bass fighting mechanic. The musically charged environments become alive to the beat, creating hazards that you can use to defeat your opponent. Players can even trigger the beats to set off the hazards at the right time with the game’s unique DJ Controls. Never before has music become an instrumental part in the actual gameplay of a videogame.

Friday, March 02, 2007

Sims 2 - The Seasons

Experiencing all four seasons for the first time – from seasonal activities to all-new outerwear for unpredictable weather – is guaranteed to provide a whole new level of excitement for your Sims! Not only will your Sims experience the seasons changing in spring, summer, autumn and winter, but each season will deliver unique benefits, impacting your Sims relationships, mood, skills, careers and more. And be sure to dress your Sims appropriately for the weather -- freezing, sunburn and other unexpected weather effects can occur!

Thursday, March 01, 2007

TEKKEN 5: Dark Resurrection

Boasting new features including the opportunity to play as Jinpachi Mishima, the previously unplayable boss from the arcade game, TEKKEN 5: Dark Resurrection, is a must-have for Tekken fans. The game will also be optimized for the HD era including stunning 1080P visuals and game modes including Arcade Battle which will test players fighting skills in the ultimate showdown, Ghost Battle which allows players to battle CPU ghost opponents in an unlimited series of matches, and a Gallery Mode to view character art and movies.

Saturday, February 24, 2007

Wii it's Excite Truck from Nintendo

You're cruising through the woods, intently focused on the goal. With your fingers crossed tight, you speed past opponents and in between trees, hoping you can finish the day without another wreck. Having speeds in great excess of the limit, you launch off hills and mountains like Tony Hawk flies off ramps. You soar over the world and all its glory – the trees, the lake, and countless man-made structures. Bridges, which are typically crossed, act as a danger zone that, if enough air has been gained, will be crossed over with ease.

Though your eyes are much too busy to see everything the first time, you notice a cluster of hills up ahead. As harmless to your vehicle as the situation may be, there's something about it that raises a red flag. All things likely, you know that one of the hills will slow you down. CYou couldn't possibly gain enough air. There's little hope. Your opponents might catch up.

Monday, February 19, 2007

Sony PSP answers iTunes

Sony plans on launching their new movie download service in early 2007. This is a new rival to the Apple iTunes will allow the user to download movies to a computer and transfer the movies to a MemoryStick memory card for viewing on the PSP.

The new service is developed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and complements the more than 20 million Sony PSPs sold worldwide. The Sony 4GB MemoryStick holds up to 10 feature films.

Sunday, February 18, 2007

IPTV and the Xbox 360: Two of a Kind

Microsoft has announced that the Xbox 360 will get digital television features based on the company's Microsoft TV IPTV software. The online television service offers users channel guides, digital video recording, on-demand video, and other online features.The upcoming IPTV features expand on the Xbox 360's already formidable multimedia features, like iXbox Live downloads, HD-DVD support with an optional drive, and compatibility with Windows XP Media Center media streaming.

Saturday, February 10, 2007

The Matrix Path of Neo: I am Ready for a New Matrix Game, You?

A total of fifty levels allow the player to participate in many of the major action scenes from the films. Most of these sequences, picked by the movie directors themselves,[2] are taken from the first film in the series.

At the start of the game, the player is hacker Thomas Anderson, and does not possess any of the powers that the character will later discover as Neo. As the game continues, players learn new skills and techniques, equipping Neo for the final showdown with Agent Smith. These additional skills may be learned both in training levels and in the main game. Many of these skills are used by Neo in the trilogy, including the bullet dodge, bullet stop, and flight. A number of weapons are available in the game, consisting of both melee weapons (including various types of swords, staffs, and escrimas) and firearms (assault rifle, submachine gun, pistol etc).

Sunday, February 04, 2007

Contra III for the Nintendo Wii: Back To the Future

Contra III picks up right about where just about every Contra game picks up: The evil alien forces of the vile Red Falcon have invaded Earth. As either Bill in solo play or with Lance in two-player, you take on several stages' worth of nasty aliens firing guns, other aliens, and all sorts of other unpleasantness coming at you until you've defeated the aforementioned vile Red Falcon. Of course, the trick here is that all these stages are wicked hard and packed to the brim with enemies and crazy pitfalls that sometimes come out of nowhere.

Maybe $8 isn't the best price for a relatively brief shooter like Contra III, but its addictive and challenging gameplay makes it easier to justify paying such a price. For Contra fans, this one's basically a no-brainer, but if you never really got into the series back in the day and fancy yourself a shooter fan, this is as good a place as any to start.

Saturday, February 03, 2007

Super Bowl Frenzy with Madden 2007

I played Madden 2007 today, and put in the Indianapolis Colts and Chicago Bears, and let it pay the game while I watched. Guess who won? The Colts of course, it was a close game that came down to a field goal with 1 minute left in the game and then the bears throw an interception to win the game. The final score 24-21 Colts.

Good luck to both teams but I think Madden knows who is going to win......

Sunday, January 28, 2007

Wii love Nintendo

I played the Wii! I love it! This is the best console ever made. Nintendo always comes up with the coolest interactive content and technology. The track and field pad, the zapper gun, and bongos for Donkey Kong.

Xbox 360 is good and PS3 is good but they are what we expect from a console. Nintendo took it to the next level.

Our children will be in shape

The next generation of children will get fit with the Wii. Parents buy this for your children and make sure they stay fit. No long will children veg in front of the tv playing baseball and tennis with a control that does all the action for them. With the Wii players have to swing to hit the ball, use a pitching motion to through the baseball to the catcher, and do a backhand swing to hit the tennis ball over the net.

I was tired after 30 minutes of play. I guess I am out of Wii shape but the more I play the more fun I have.

Buy it if you can find it!