You can’t keep a good hunter down. After decloaking in the 1987 sci-fi favorite, (and returning in a series of mediocre sequels) the Predators are back. In case you didn’t know, Robert Rodriguez (Desperado, Sin City) has taken a hold of the franchise as producer and writer of the upcoming Predators,
We have new details on Modern Warfare 2‘s mapathy cure. According to the updated MW2 page on the Xbox Live Marketplace, the new map pack, dubbed the “Stimulus Package,” will bring five additional maps to the billion-dollar game to the console that Microsoft built. Three maps are brand, spankin’ new:
EA Sports is reviving the quintessential basketball arcade game, NBA Jam, and bringing it to the Wii. Announced earlier this year, we finally have a trailer from the good people at GameTrailers.com. He’s heating up… Formerly developed by the recently defunct Midway Games, the original NBA Jam was the
“A psychically empowered lagomorph battling unusual and fearsome villains can mean only one thing: Freelance Police Sam & Max are coming for a new series of monthly episodic games.”
I couldn’t have put any better myself, Mr. Press Release.
Originally teased at the conclusion of their fantastic Tales of Monkey Island series, Telltale Games announced that the third season of their award-winning Sam and Max series, entitled “The Devil’s Playhouse,” will launch on the PC, Mac, and PS3 on April 15th.
The first episode of the five-part season, “The Penal Zone,” starts with our favorite rabbity-thing obtaining some unusual psychic abilities, opening up a whole new set of adventures for our beloved Sam and Max.
Back in December, the teaser site announced that we would “no longer [be able to] blindly mash buttons to unleash a torrent of irreverent banter.” Undoubtedly, the psychic powers will come into play, but just how significantly has the gameplay has evolved? We won’t know until next month, but, given Telltale’s record, I’m sure it’ll be amazing. Keep your eyes on the Fridge, and we’ll keep you updated.
For those who wish to preorder the season now, you can place an order at Telltale’s “Devil’s Playhouse” website for their regular price of $34.95. You’ll also get access to a free game of another Telltale series and be recognized as one of their “Elite Forces,” which will give you access to exclusive pre-release information, chats with the creators, and other fun stuff. I plan on getting mine later today, and you should too!
See the full press release after the jump.
After the sacking of the two heads of Infinity Ward, one would figure the rest of the team would bail out and follow their fearless leaders. Well, that doesn’t seem to be the case. According to Kotaku, Activision is withholding royalty payments from the IW team in order to keep
Think he’s creepy here? Picture him red and bald.Now say it in a German accent. Another Captain America casting rumor has struck the interwebz! Hugo Weaving (Lord of the Rings/Transformers) is reportedly in talks to portray Captain America’s Nazi nemesis, The Red Skull. Who’s excited? This guy! Known best for
In an announcement earlier this evening at their GDC press conference, Sony unveiled the final name and design iteration of the motion controller initially revealed at last year’s E3. “The PlayStation Move,” according to the Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios, “combines highly precise, responsive, intuitive motion
Earlier today I decided I would finaly get volume 9 of B.P.R.D. that I have been sitting on for a few months. I clicked on over to Amazon.com, went to my saved items and saw that it was no longer in stock. Upon further inspection I noticed that all the
WARNING! Contains BSG spoilers! Thanks, io9!
At GDC last night, Capcom spilled the beans on the final new character to grace the upcoming Super Street Fighter IV. Bringing the the total character list to a rather uneven 29, Hakan is the second brand new character to be introduced in the game (the first being the Korean,
Image source: DPReviewThis camera laughs at you and everyone you love. Despite the argument that megapixels don’t matter as much as ISO, this 40 megapixel behemoth from Pentax seeks to remind you that it doesn’t matter how much you suck as a photographer; it only matters that your photos are bigger
For those of you that don’t remember, filmmaker Kevin Smith was approached in 2004 to write and direct a movie about pulp hero, The Green Hornet. While Smith’s film never came to fruition, the idea for his abandoned project has resurfaced, taking his script and adapting it to comic form.