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By Dan On 27 Feb, 2014 At 07:24 PM | Categorized As Gaming News, PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 | With 0 Comments
BioShock-Infinite-Burial-At-Sea

Irrational Games has just announced that the second piece of DLC for Bioshock Infinite, Burial at Sea Episode 2 will be receiving a difficulty mode that harkens back to the days of the original Thief game where the object is to complete the game without killing anyone. They call it, 1998 mode. You might be […]


By James On 8 Aug, 2013 At 12:39 AM | Categorized As Gaming News, Xbox 360 | With 0 Comments
games with gold

In case you haven’t heard, Microsoft announced during it’s E3 press conference that Xbox Live-goers could score themselves two free games a month, selected by Microsoft for a limited time, just for being a gold member. The promotion got underway as of mid-June and 3 games(4 at the time of writing this) have been set […]


By Dan On 30 Jul, 2013 At 01:11 PM | Categorized As Gaming News, PC, PlayStation 3, Videos, Xbox 360 | With 0 Comments
Bioshock infinite clash in the clouds

The very first piece of downloadable content has finally been made available on Steam, Xbox Live, and the PlayStation Network starting today, and it’s just $5. Ken Levine, Creative Director over at Irrational Games has announced today two separate pieces of downloadable content for the GOTY candidate Bioshock Infinite. The first which is out today is […]


By Nate On 31 Jan, 2013 At 02:07 PM | Categorized As Gaming News, PC, PlayStation 3, Videos, Xbox 360 | With 0 Comments
Endgame

Battlefield 3 has been out for well over a year now, and has continued to wow us at every turn.  Earlier today Dice kept the ball rolling with the new trailer for Battlefield 3: Endgame, the next and final Battlefield 3 expansion pack.     This new trailer has the classic Battlefield signature to it, […]


By Nate On 21 Jan, 2013 At 11:29 AM | Categorized As Gaming News, Xbox 360 | With 0 Comments
Spartan Ops

New episodes of Halo 4‘s popular “Spartan Ops” mode were released today in the Xbox Live Marketplace.  While they do need to be downloaded in order to be played, the download itself is free.  The download consists of the second half of Season 1, giving players five new episodes that will be unlocked on a […]


By Brett On 2 May, 2012 At 02:22 AM | Categorized As Gaming News, PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 | With 0 Comments
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So while the news is scarce, Bethesda revealed today that the first DLC expansion for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will be called Dawnguard. All we know is the DLC will launch sometime this Summer with the Xbox 360 getting it a month before PS3 and PC. The only other thing I can pull out of […]


By Brett On 3 Apr, 2012 At 07:28 PM | Categorized As Gaming News, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 | With 0 Comments
RBB

Harmonix, right here in good old New England, just announced their newest game on G4TV. While it’s a music game, it’s not quite what you think. Rock Band Blitz is a quick, fast paced, silly new title for XBLA and PSN. Instead of using plastic instruments to play it, you use just the controller. You play […]


By Dan On 7 Mar, 2012 At 12:00 PM | Categorized As Gaming News, PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 | With 0 Comments
battlefieldclosequarters

Electronic Arts and Dice have just announced three new expansion packs or DLC coming to Battlefield 3 this year! If these expansion packs are anything like the Battlefield 2 expansion packs, we will be in for a ton of fun, and empty wallets. The first of the DLC is called Close Quarters. This DLC will […]


By Dan On 29 Feb, 2012 At 12:50 PM | Categorized As Gaming News, PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 | With 0 Comments
Reckoning-Dead-Kel

If you haven’t played the new Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning game, go ahead and pick that up because it’s pretty great. You also need to play it because some new DLC is on it’s way. The Legend of Dead Kel DLC is coming your way to Xbox live, PlayStation Network, Steam, and Origin on March […]


By James On 22 Feb, 2012 At 03:24 AM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, Reviews | With 0 Comments
Alan-Wake-s-American-Nightmare-Has-Horde-style-Fight-Til-Dawn-Mode-2

There aren’t too many games out there with the ability to capture the very essence of atmospheric horror quite like Alan Wake. That’s for sure. Every little detail, down to the last creak of a door slowly swinging open is important to add that feeling of sheer terror.