ROM Check Fail is an awesome remix of a dozen arcade classics, presented in an unpredictable, seizure inducing frenzy of 8-bit mayhem; it’s available both for Windows and Linux.
Unlike most cities, Pittsburgh survived the alt-reality of Fallout without a nuke hit; it’s no walk in the park, however, and has been renamed “The Pitt” for this second Fallout 3 DLC.
A haunting soundtrack, epic spaceship-filled vistas and the occasional Star Wars-style screen wipe: this intro does a good job selling EVE Online’s Apocrypha expansion, due out 3/10.
Red Alert 3: Uprising producer Mical Pedriana narrates this Campaign Trailer; look forward to a gothic-themed Soviet campaign and a full-scale Japanese rebellion for the Allies.
Wii owners with a hankering for polymorphic alien infestations won’t have to wait much longer: Dead Space:Extraction is a FPS prequel of the original and will be on shelves Fall 2009.
If you’re one of the few holdouts without a DS, the Nintendo DSi will be reaching North American shores this April 5th; it’ll come with two cameras and be available in blue or black.
The Space Game is a simpler, space-going version of Harvest, both of which are a variant of Tower Defense style games that rely on energy relays and resource extraction.
Alternate reality Cold War RTS World in Conflict is getting an expansion pack called Soviet Assault; the Berlin 1989 trailer above is finely capped off with the voice acting of Alec Baldwin.
Sonic’s Ultimate Genesis Collection compiles over 40 classic titles from the Sega Genesis era and spit shines them with an HD polish; it’s available now for the PS3 and Xbox 360.
The plumbing business has been somewhat “dead” for Zombario, a shambling version of our favorite Italian plumber; his next gig is to save Princess Peach… and munch on her brains.
This latest 2009 trailer for Resident Evil 5 is our favorite thus far; it does a fantastic job showing that the real villains aren’t zombies or monsters but good ol’ scheming humans.
Leading Light Conceptual Design has a gallery of lush concept art for the tentatively named Survivors, a disaster survival game that makes us giddy with post-apocalytic glee.
The Passively Multiplayer Online Game uses the entire web as its playground, hiding traps, treasures and missions on various websites; you can find them with a browser extension.
This aptly named Epic Scale trailer for God of War III shows two things: Kratos going on a bloody warpath and a sweeping sense of scale as he fights on a Titan.
This Beyond-the-Film video for Wanted explains the relationship between Mark Millar’s original comic and the 2008 film; fittingly, gameplay is interwoven with gorgeous art from the book.
The highlight of computer lab in the 80s/90s was playing Oregon Trail on Apple ][s; iPhone owners will get a nostalgic remake come February 28; just remember to caulk the wagon!
We all have to grow up sometime: AdderXYU of Singularitee is the artist behind Get Equipped, a “mature” take on the classic Megaman boss selection screen. Thanks, Jaden!
Hype for the Watchmen continues, but we ain’t complaining: this time we get a Watchmen game with Double Dragon-era graphics; go here and then click on the arcade machine.
Most racing games focus on showing off their vehicles, but Fuel’s Vistas trailer is all about the course: full day-night cycles, weather effects and an astounding 8.7k sq. miles of terrain.
Whoever is marketing Dawn of War II deserves a raise: THQ takes a 1960s-era British APC, turns it into a Space Marines Rhino, and crushes a few hapless hatchbacks just for kicks.
Simultaneously awesome and ridiculous, Master Chief and the Arbiter take on some random baddies with a twist: they’re forced to fight a-la Final Fantasy, resulting in a five minute battle.
Sparks are flying in this gameplay video for InFamous; the superhero MMO shows off a multitude of enemies including one hulking metal leviathan that seems almost Magneto-inspired.
So-named because of the high-energy lasso you use to fling objects around, Asteroid Cowboys is a crazy mix of Bionic Commando and Asteroids; it’s due out this year on PSN and XBLA.
Rapid Wars is as much about gameplay as it is about ambience, with oppressive electronic beats, 8-bit sound effects and multicolored sprites that can easily send you into a trance.
There’s nothin’ like a bobble-headed beatdown to get the blood pumping: 3 on 3 NHL Arcade looks like the perfect panacea for hockey aficionados looking for a quick fix on XBLA or PSN.
With February 17th just around the corner, Capcom has dropped Street Fighter IV’s opening cinematic; we’re happy that it features the slick, hand-drawn style seen in earlier trailers.
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