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Today Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment teased gamers with a picture of a new Spy vs. Spy game. Spy vs. Spy, originally a comic strip featured in Mad Magazine since 1961 last hit consoles on the Gameboy Color in 1999. It features two spies, one black and one white, engaging in hilarious antics to gain the upper hand against each other. The press release is just as mysterious as the attachment that was sent with it: Read On »
Twisted Pixel announced today that this February 14th (Valentine’s Day) through the 27th, Ms. Splosion Man will feature a new challenge; and with it, a big meaty reward! The “Shoot The Glass” challenge will show up in the main menu of Ms. Splosion Man starting on Valentine’s Day. Players will have a chance to put down their best times against the rest of the world. The top five players with the best times will receive an Omaha Steak Filet prize pack! Read On »
The rumors are true! The highly popular toy/video game line from Activision, Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure will be receiving a sequel! According to the press release from Activision:
In less than a month, Sony’s PlayStation Vita will be hitting the Western markets, much to the gaming populous’ anticipation. Sony’s next generation handheld has received a lot of hype about its added features over the existing PSP, such as the rear touch pad, dual analog sticks, front and rear cameras, and the Six-Axis Motion Sensor. These are all very exciting additions indeed, but there’s one that truly places Sony above its competition in the innovation department, and has received far less emphasis than it should have. And what is this understated aspect? The cross-platform capability, of course! Read On »
SteelSeries, makers of great peripherals and accessories such as the 7XB Headset for Xbox 360 and the phenomenal Sensei mouse have unveiled their lineup for 2012 at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. Let’s take a look!
CES has officially begun for 2012! Yesterday’s media day gave us a sneak peek into the future of technology and how it will change life as we know it. Press conferences, behind the door meetings, and keynotes from industry notables have journalists moving furiously across the city of Las Vegas, taking notes, knocking back energy drinks and posting the latest news of the day.
Call of Duty is a gaming powerhouse. An instantly recognized name that attracts millions of gamers with every release, earning accolades from players and critics alike. It’s arguably the most well-known franchise on the market today, able to attract and keep a diverse and dedicated fanbase.
But is it really as good as all that? Call of Duty, despite its mammoth popularity, is a franchise that has offered little to the industry as a whole. Though its sales figures are enviable, other first-person shooters surpass it in terms of gameplay variability, technological progression, and storytelling ability. Call of Duty is, at its core, a ten-year-old game wrapped in a modern package. Read On »
Calibur 11 announced today that sales of their cozy console creation, the Vault, achieved over $8 million dollars in sales for 2011; Selling through 155,000 units in just seven months. Read On »
In a press release posted today, Nintendo announced that their 3DS handheld has surpassed the 4 million mark, selling more units in its first nine months than their flagship console, the Wii.
It’s the season of giving, and many game developers have embraced it by giving their fans holiday-themed add-ons. The Christmas/winter themes range from simple backgrounds (in-game and menu options) to full-blown makeovers of gameplay and storylines. Here are some of Wanderson75.net’s favourites: