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Interview: Exit Strategy Sets Sail with Pirates of New Horizons [DIYGamer]

on Sun, Aug 15, 2010 | By Matt Kaludi

[Soenke Seidel, also known as Warby, and Friedrich Bode of Exit Strategy Entertainment dropped in this week to answer a gold pile of our questions regarding their upcoming title that caught our attention earlier this year, Pirates of New Horizons. We were lucky enough to grab the first interview with the developer on the recently unveiled third person space pirates...

Dvide Arts brings 3D RPG Crusade Of Destiny to Palm Pre

on Sun, Aug 15, 2010 | By Matt Kaludi

Who knows what the future holds for Palm’s webOS as a smartphone platform. New owner HP’s been talking up its usefulness for tablets and printers, but the probability of more phones seems unlikely, especially considering the number of Palm executives who are leaving the company. Still, with $1 million up for grabs as part of Palm’s second HotApps competition,...

Could this be the greatest football manager simulation of all-time?

on Sun, Aug 15, 2010 | By Matt Kaludi

Every year a sales battle takes place between the Championship Manager and Football Manager series’ to decide the best football (soccer) manager simulator of the year. With the release of the next annual installments approaching could Football Manager 2011 take it one step further and become the greatest football manager simulation of all-time? Developed by Sports Interactive...

THQ’s Red Faction arcade title may be Red Faction: Battlegrounds for PSP

on Sun, Aug 15, 2010 | By Matt Kaludi

THQ has filed a domain registration for something called Red Faction: Battlegrounds, and while a web address may or may not constitute a new game, it’s suspected this is the arcade prequel to Red Faction: Armageddon Danny Bilson mentioned for PSN and XBL back in June.   THQ reported its financials this week, and the previous quarter was not very kind to the firm, as...

The Mod Squad: GoldenEye Source (PC)

on Sun, Aug 15, 2010 | By Matt Kaludi

GoldenEye64 is regarded as one of the premier titles of its generation. In an ingenious Bond-move worthy of the renowned character, the team behind GoldenEye: Source have taken up the task of sneaking the classic GE64 multiplayer (no singleplayer… yet) into the modern age of video games. With the impending re-imagined Wii version on the horizon, let’s take a look...

HookedGamers preview of PC game – nail’d

on Sun, Aug 15, 2010 | By Matt Kaludi

Ready, Set … I am the first to admit that racing games are not my forte. It’s not the concept of racing that puts me off though; it’s just that most racing games don’t trigger my interest. I particularly dislike those that strive for realism, finding them monotonous. When Deep Silver claimed that nail’d will keep players on their toes, and offer a...

Gamenoob: Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty Review

on Sun, Aug 15, 2010 | By Matt Kaludi

Now normally, we don’t do PC game reviews, but since this is a big game, we thought we’d give it a snap. After 12 years, Blizzard Entertainment finally releases the first instalment in a sequel trilogy to the first game (stay with us)… and it’s set only 4 years later. The first game in the trilogy is known as “Wings of Liberty”, with the next two, “Heart of...

Super Mario’s visual evolution

on Sun, Aug 15, 2010 | By Matt Kaludi

Just in case you might have forgotten what Mario looked like when you first laid your peepers on them, here is a look at what Nintendo’s most beloved character has looked like over the years. (GameCube, Nintendo, Retro, Super Mario Galaxy 2, Wii) Nintendo has been around for longer than many gamers can remember. The gaming giant has some well established characters...