It’s been way too long since the original Far Cry, so we’re chomping at the bit to try out Far Cry 2. It looks to continue the mercenary plot line, this time in Africa. Release date is Octoberish.
Designed by Martijn Koch, Retro Space is as much a functional arcade cabinet as it is an homage to years past, drawing cues from Pong, Pacman and other famous arcade machines.
Basketball games have come a long way on the consoles, enough so we had to do a double-take on this NBA 2K9 teaser. It’ll be on store shelves in October for Xbox 360, PS3 and PS2.
We’ve been craving a classic side scroller shoot ’em up, and Bionic Commando: Rearmed answers the call. This game ain’t weak sauce–it’s tough–but it does have co-op play. Soundtrack is here.
Check out these screens from Eidos’ upcoming Batman: Arkham Asylum game: man are those visuals smokin’ (in a dark, gritty way)! A cross platformer, it’s for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC owners.
We can’t help but draw comparisons between South Park’s prescient Guitar Queero episode and Chris Chike, but the latter is the real deal: a true Guitar Hero in our midst.
We’ve just learned that Crysis Warhead also comes with a multiplayer component called Crysis Wars; the explosion-laden trailer above has us sold. Not bad for an expansion pack.
After numerous delays (it was originally due for Fall 2006), Will Wright’s long-awaited Spore has finally gone gold. It should be hitting North America by 9/5 and Europe by 9/7.
Made by gamers, for gamers: Astro Gaming’s A40 Audio System includes a MixAmp (combines voice and game sounds; 5.1 Dolby Digital) and Headset with swappable tags.
It’s only available in Japan, but that doesn’t stop us from ogling this leather-bound Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia notebook. Comes with the game and a two-CD soundtrack. Thanks, CirusX!
Little Big Planet is now available for preorder. Goodies include a sticker book, pouch, and exclusive downloadable Nariko SackGirl (Heavenly Sword) and Kratos SackBoy (God of War).
These are the latest screens from Crysis Warhead, to be released this Fall. It follows “Psycho”, one of the characters from the game as he explores the other side of the island.
Codemasters’ upcoming Rise of the Argonauts has a distinct Ridley Scott/Gladiator feel. Greek mythology buffs: you play Jason on his quest for the golden fleece; click above to view the trailer.
Star Trek Online has a trailer up, and man are we excited: lots of stuff gets blowed up real good. Note: download the hi-res trailer if you can; the YouTube trailer just doesn’t do it justice.
Robotech fans have been aching for a video game deserving of the Macross mantle; this trailer of Macross: Ace Frontier (PSP) has us drooling like an Invid on protoculture.
Star Trek Online’s rebirth will be complete on August 10th, with Leonard Nimoy officially announcing the game in Las Vegas at one of the world’s biggest nerd-fests, the Star Trek Convention.
Fans of Marcus Fenix will be getting a treat: Amazon is throwing in a full-size Lancer for Gears of War 2 preorders (provided you pay $140). Yes, it looks cool, and no, you can’t have it.
Portal is one of those games that lingers long after you’ve put down the controller; these vectored mini 1″ magnets will make you miss your Weighted Companion Cube.
Fable 2 will be available on October 21 in the states; we’re looking forward to the Limited Edition, which includes a Hobbe figure from Qee. Just like life, Hobbe is nasty, brutish, and short.
Destructoid has a great article giving eight reasons why Xbox 360 owners should download the recently released Braid. Kind of like a time traveling version of Portal, it’s a fun mind bender.
Grand Theft Auto IV is coming to the PC on Nov. 18th in the US and Nov. 20th in Europe with “newly expanded multiplayer”, and we couldn’t be happier. Two words: Invincibility Cheat.
It’s hard not to get excited about Burnout Paradise’s Bikes Pack: two bikes to start (w/ more on the way), nighttime racing, 70 new bike challenges, and all of it for free later this month.
Gas Powered Games’ action/RPG Space Siege is now available. You defend a colony ship after a massive attack on Earth. The graphics aren’t top notch, but you do get to blow up lots of alien baddies.
Magicians swear by the quality of their deck, and it doesn’t get better than David Blaine. His Split Spades Lion Deck is durable, fanning and handling like new despite heavy use.
If werewolves, griffins, and weird frog-looking demons are your thing, Gamecock Media’s upcoming Legendary (9/30) is including a graphic novel and DVD for any preorders.
Best. Foosball. Ever. ELEVEN FORTY’s Opus Foosball table is the ultimate in bespoke party games: everything, from the type of wood to the microcast heads and bodies is custom-made.
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