Microsoft unveiled more details about the Xbox One at E3, but they may be repeating some of the same mistakes one of their rivals made in the last generation of consoles.
There are very few games I will spend sixty dollars on. There are even fewer games that I would buy a season pass for Downloadable Content. But when DC does a fan service and a very competent fighting game all in one then nerds can rejoice.
Sam Fisher returns once again to take down threats to America’s security, and he does it from the shadows. However, this new version isn’t skimping on the action along with its stealth. Take a look at the latest trailer.
We take a look at the final expansion pack for Battlefield 3 and explore whether or not the extra money to be a Premium member was worth it.
Lara Croft is back, and this time we go back to the beginning to learn how she became the famous Lara Croft. However, although the development of this gaming icon is quite good, this gritty adventure proves that just because it’s grittier doesn’t mean it’s better.
Without a doubt, this is the strangest collection of news releases to come over the wire related to our favourite Emerald City in recent weeks. With so many random tidbits, I felt it was best to simply report them all together and let you judge for yourself.
Crysis 3 doesn’t stray too far from its successful formula, but it adds just enough tweaks and improvements to keep things fresh and fun. Plus, it even tells a pretty decent story; which is always a bonus for any shooter.
The next entry into the Assassin’s Creed franchise was recently announced by Ubisoft, and if you thought taking things to the Revolutionary War was a bold move, then Ubisoft would like to say, “You ain’t seen nothing yet.”
This is the year that the video game systems rise from their old outdated models and present their new sleek and sexy models that will cause endless drooling and temptation.
In promotion of Oz: The Great and Powerful, Cost Plus World Market announces a sweepstakes that seems well worth entering. The grand prize package? A special screening of the film for yourself and fifty friends, IMAX tickets for a year (!!!), and a $1000 World Market gift card!
In a surprise move, Disney has announced quite the New Year’s present in support of Sam Raimi’s highly anticipated Oz: The Great and Powerful. Beginning today and running through January 31st, 2013, fans have the chance to win a Grand Prize to Seattle, Washington (the real Emerald City).
Can the Broncos keep the momentum going through the end of the year? Will they get a false sense of security here at the end of the season? We peer into the Madden crystal ball to find out.
Courtesy of Hollywood Jesus and Pressman, you can be the one lucky Hollywood Jesus reader to win a copy of the movie-inspired The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Adventure Board Game, now available everywhere. Click through for details…
Forza Horizon is about to get its biggest expansion yet, giving you even more back roads and dirt roads in the beauty of Colorado to race on.
This past Sunday was “Statement Sunday” in the NFL, and the Broncos certainly made theirs. Are they a legit playoff threat? You better believe it. Here’s how the real game compared to our Madden 13 predictions.
Denver heads to Baltimore for what can only be called a “statement” game. Are the Broncos capable of competing with higher caliber teams? Are they ready for the playoffs? Here’s what Madden 13 predicts will happen.
I have to give credit to this bold game for actually trying to hold the player responsible for their actions. So often killing in video games is portrayed so unrealistically. It’s like scoring a point in basketball. I think God wants us to treat everyone as our neighbor.
The Broncos may start slow, but that’s just them figuring things out. They showed how that worked this week against Tampa Bay.
Tampa Bay comes to town this weekend, and they’re on a hot streak. But so are Manning and the Broncos. Who will prevail? Here’s what Madden 13 predicts for what should be a great game.
Aliens invade. You have to come up with a strategy to stop them. Is X-Com as much fun as it sounds?
There were a lot of expectations for Halo 4 and its new creators at 343 Industries to live up to and overcome. Not only did they live up to them, they exceeded them and in doing so, perhaps have delivered one of the more surprising games this year.
The Broncos didn’t need a comeback this time against the Chargers, although San Diego did almost mount one of their own. In the end, though, the Broncos came out on top. See how it compared to our Madden 13 predictions.
Last time the Broncos and Chargers met, Peyton Manning engineered one of the greatest combacks of his career. However, Madden 13 predicts that probably won’t be necessary this week.
Halo 4’s multiplayer has a few new additions, some that might feel familiar to some other big shooter franchises. However, might these additions actually help make this the best Halo multiplayer yet?
With a few deft strokes, one man can help shape the fate of a nation from the shadows while at the same pursue justice for his family. Sounds pretty epic, right? Well, that’s because that’s what Assassin’s Creed III is.
Is the Orange Crush defense back in Denver? If so, that’s going to be a problems for other teams who also have to deal with a Peyton Manning playing at his best.
Enjoy being in your very own chase scene from a Michael Bay movie over, and over, and over again with Need For Speed Most Wanted.
What will Peyton Manning do against the Panthers? More importantly, how sweet would it be for John Fox to totally one-up his former team? Will it happen? Here’s what Madden 13 predicts.
We’ve only delved into the early parts of the campaign, but here are a few first impressions of one of the year’s biggest releases in any media format. One thing’s for sure, it looks good.
Manning and the Broncos make a few big mistakes, but they find a way to overcome them and get the win.
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