INDEX.PHP HEADER.PHP Hctor.com | 7th-2011

Tag archive for 7th-2011

Soulcalibur V trailer peers into the past

We can hardly blame you for being so obsessed with the Soulcalibur series. The drama of big dudes with bigger swords, screaming and fighting, and a power dormant for so many years, thought lost — man, you just can’t get that kind of drama anywhere else.

Continue reading →

Soulcalibur V trailer peers into the past

We can hardly blame you for being so obsessed with the Soulcalibur series. The drama of big dudes with bigger swords, screaming and fighting, and a power dormant for so many years, thought lost — man, you just can’t get that kind of drama anywhere else. Soulcalibur V trailer peers into the past originally appeared on Joystiq on Wed, 07 Dec 2011 22:00:00 EST

Continue reading →

Shigeru Miyamoto ‘retiring from current position’ at Nintendo, working on smaller games

“I’m not saying that I’m going to retire from game development altogether. What I mean by retiring is, retiring from my current position,” Nintendo head of development and long-time game industry figurehead Shigeru Miyamoto told Wired’s Game|Life blog in an interview this week.

Continue reading →

OnLive’s mobile app hits and misses (with launch compatibility list)

OnLive CEO Steve Perlman promises a lot from his company’s new cloud gaming apps for Android and iOS devices, but how does the app actually work? I’ve been able to play with the iPad version for the past few days, and using just the touchscreen it’s far from perfect.

Continue reading →

OnLive’s mobile app hits and misses (with launch compatibility list)

OnLive CEO Steve Perlman promises a lot from his company’s new cloud gaming apps for Android and iOS devices, but how does the app actually work?

Continue reading →

OnLive releases iOS and Android apps, custom touch controls, and a wireless controller

Cloud gaming service OnLive has been up and running for about a year now, and in all that time it’s been doing exactly what many gamers thought impossible: Playing high resolution games over the Internet on any computer powerful enough to run a simple streaming app. Now, the company is taking its cloud-based show to smartphones and tablets, with a whole suite of apps available this week for Android and iOS devices. Joystiq had a chance to chat with OnLive CEO Steve Perlman, and he told us how the company has brought OnLive’s library of PC and console titles to touchscreens everywhere (with the help of developers like Rockstar Games and a brand new controller), how OnLive and its service compares to the Xbox 360 console, and how his company would rather play nice with traditional console makers like Microsoft and Sony than disrupt their current business models

Continue reading →

New Last of Us art pieces hint at a world-ending disease

You might have already guessed that Sony’s PS3 exclusive The Last of Us was probably about an apocalyptic virus of some kind, just by watching that video released last weekend. And these two new shots that have appeared on the official site don’t do much to prove you wrong: One shot shows a forest, with the view pointed up into the sun, and the second, above, pictures a ruined newspaper stand talking about the President addressing a broken nation as “millions more are feared dead or infected,” and quarantines breaking in New Mexico while martial law is declared in England.

Continue reading →

New Last of Us art pieces hint at a world-ending disease

You might have already guessed that Sony’s PS3 exclusive The Last of Us was probably about an apocalyptic virus of some kind, just by watching that video released last weekend. And these two new shots that have appeared on the official site don’t do much to prove you wrong: One shot shows a forest, with the view pointed up into the sun, and the second, above, pictures a ruined newspaper stand talking about the President addressing a broken nation as “millions more are feared dead or infected,” and quarantines breaking in New Mexico while martial law is declared in England. In short, the world is packed nicely into a handbasket, with some sort of infectious disease filling out the customs-required shipping forms to a final destination of Hell.

Continue reading →

Here’s what Ninja Gaiden 3′s multiplayer looks like

We know, we know — the gallery below isn’t quite a trailer showing off Ninja Gaiden 3 ‘s new multiplayer mode, but it is the first we’ve seen of the four vs four competitive slicer. Head past the break — carefully — to take a peek.

Continue reading →

Here’s what Ninja Gaiden 3′s multiplayer looks like

We know, we know — the gallery below isn’t quite a trailer showing off Ninja Gaiden 3 ‘s new multiplayer mode, but it is the first we’ve seen of the four vs four competitive slicer.

Continue reading →

Page 1 of 6 1 2 3 4 5 ... Last →
SIDEBAR.PHP
FOOTER.PHP