Battlefield 3 is already a terrific game, but the Back To Karkand expansion adds more explosive content. Here is the new “Strike At Karkand” trailer, showing us our first extended look at gameplay footage.
The first trailer displayed a general overview of the expansion, including the locales in which we would be fighting.
Back to Karkand features new weapons, vehicles, and classic maps from Battlefield 2. It will be released this December, free for those who bought a copy of the Limited Edition of Battlefield 3, or available on the same date at $14.99/1200 Microsoft Points.
It’s been a looooong long wait but Minecraft finally comes to the home console!
In an explosion of streamers and cheers, the Mojang team officially launched Minecraft 1.0 as a final(ish) product today from the stage of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, kicking off this weekend’s “MineCon” convention. Surprising absolutely no one, the servers selling the game have been crashing from server loads intermittently. Oops!
Just as soon as they’re more stable, the launch version of Minecraft can be purchased on PC and Mac for $26.95. Maybe for now you could spend some time with that mobile version of the world builder? Or just keep refreshing. That’s probably a better idea.
Black Box’s Frostbite 2-powered racer puts the pedal to the metal today and EA’s released a trailer that’ll take you from 0-60 as far as Need for Speed The Run’s story and gameplay features. You get glimpses of the characters played by Christina Hendricks and supermodel Chrissy Teigen. Of course, there’s Sean Faris as main character Jack Rourke. But the cars are the real stars here. Which automobile that you can’t afford I real life are you most looking to playing with in the game?
A parody of the open-world action genre, Retro City Rampage takes modern game mechanics and mashes them into an authentic 8-bit experience.
Equal parts fast paced arcade action and an epic mission based story mode, it’s all the driving and shooting you’d expect and a whole lot more! With missions that twist pages straight from classic game experiences, you get to re-live and rewrite history in a way only a modern anti-hero could!
When it comes to enemies, weapons are only the beginning! Put on your boots and jump on their heads! Toss ‘em around to knock the rest down! Become truly unstoppable with awesome power-ups!
Through its world, characters and missions, Retro City Rampage lampoons the entire 8-bit era –from its games to the TV, movies and pop culture!
In pro wrestling, a chair shot is when you hit someone with a metal folding chair, usually in the head area. You’ll see one of those in the Saints Row the Third clip, along with all manner of open-world madness. Since it’s out today, you can get your gangstafied crazy on right now.
Due out November 22 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, the console version of The King of Fighters XIII seeks to address many concerns fans have voiced about the franchise. Concerns like lengthy matches, addressed in the video by massive combos that take out an entire life bar.
Yes, it does take a great deal of coordination to actually pull any of these moves off successfully, so players shouldn’t run into them defenseless all that often. That is unless the player is me. This short video summarizes just about every The King of Fighters match I’ve played in my long and painful career, hence the popular saying. “The key to victory is just a Fahey away”.
Mick Foley–otherwise known as Mankind, Cactus Jack, and Dude Love–joins the growing list of wrestling superstars in WWE ’12.
The WWE franchise is back with an exciting all-new edition with WWE ’12. The new gameplay system will make you feel like you’re truly in the ring with the most fluid, dynamic, realistic, action-packed WWE simulation to date.
Taking up my trusty, weatherbeaten pickaxe’o’electronic delights, I chip another gleaming nugget from the mountain of indie games lurking in the RPS inbox. What new gem will I mine this time? It has a fine name indeed. That name is Stealth Bastard: Tactical Espionage Arsehole. It has a core philosophy, and that philosophy is “why does stealth need to be so slow?” Turns out, it doesn’t.
Bits of Portal, bits of Super Meat Boy, bits of Splinter Cell, yet a tone and character entirely of its own, and with none of all that tedious waiting around business. Having nosed at Alpha Protocol for the first time over the weekend and run screaming from its horrific hacking minigame (don’t worry, I’ll persevere), I can’t tell you how grateful I am to just have to press a button and watch a computer’s digital defences crumble before me.
Capsized is a fast paced 2d platformer developed by Alientrap Games, focused on intense action and exploration.
As a intrepid space traveler, your ship has crash landed on a mysterious alien planet. You must navigate through the perilous environment and fight off blood-thirsty creatures to save your crewmates and escape with your lives!
Artist Jesse McGibney and programmer Lee Vermeulen create an immersive alien world teeming with bizarre life-forms and strange landscapes presented in a unique hand-drawn art style. Combining control elements of first person shooters and innovative physics based combat, Capsized emphasizes action without giving up the smart problem solving of classic platform games.
“We’ve banned hundreds of hackers this week alone, and we are determined to punish the players who play without integrity,” the official Battlefield Twitter account said in a series of three tweets. “A patch is just around the corner, and we will continue to ban cheaters. We take it seriously. That is our attitude here at Battlefield. We have zero tolerance for cheating players and are banning more all of the time.”