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Monday Night Combat is a class-based third-person shooter in the mold of Team Fortress 2. Some people have previously commented that Uber Entertainment's game looks a little too much like TF2, but this latest developer walkthrough shows there are a lot of differences. For example, the fact that TF2 is bacon-less, while Monday Night Combat has bacon high-fiving an ammo casing, awesome!
Our friends over at Bateesta (Oh, Omid) have come out with a pretty interesting smear campaign to advertise Fallout: New Vegas. While it isn't uncommon to hear people argue about Western vs Japanese RPGs, it's surprising to see Bethesda use it in their ad.
Yes we've had a trailer for the eagerly anticipated sequel for quite sometime, but we haven't had a name for the new game. Now the newest issue of Game Informer magazine, due out in September, has revealed the name of the next game on its front cover. It will be dubbed Batman: Arkham City.
The past few days have seen the announcement of two very different first-person military shooters from Codemasters and EA. The next games in the Operation Flashpoint and Battlefield: Bad Company series have been officially announced.
So yeah, that updating on time thing. It's really hard. Haha, please don't kill me. Um, yeah, so last week you people who care did not actually get a video because we were kinda sorta at Comic-Con. Which was pretty cool you know. Because there were a lot of things to look at. And by things I meant girls. Lot's of them. But there were also other things like the Expendables panel, Scott Pilgrim vs the World, and some GoW3 and Halo: Reach. Yum. Then this week, I kinda got into that new SciFi game StarCraft II. Immediately after playing I had a strong urge to eat some kimchi. Racist and sexist humor aside, check out the video below.
Zombies are awesome. They've born the brunt of many a gamer's frustrations over the years, as they're generally pretty easy and satisfying to kill. There also seems to be an endless supply of them, so you'll never run out of things to kill and be chased by. But have you ever wondered just how many zombies is too many? Well Capcom's Shin Ohara has, and he told Gamasutra just that.
A teaser for Ubisoft's live action short film based on the upcoming game, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, has debuted online with the title Ghost Recon: Alpha. The short film, which is being directed by Francois Alaux and Herve De Cercy, will be released at the same time as the game. Ubisoft recently announced that the game is being pushed back to the first quarter of 2011, and the trailer shows that the short has followed suit.
On the final day of Comic-Con, while wandering around the streets of San Diego, I spotted an EA sign pointing towards a random building. As I got closer, I saw Dead Space 2 and Dragon Age 2 signs posted and said, "What the hell?" and walked over to said random building. Where Necromorphs proceeded to stab me in the face.