Free Realms is a free whimsical fantasy massively multiplayer RPG from Sony Online offering lighthearted adventuring, aimed primarily at casual female gamers, and optional bonus content via microtransactions.
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While Supreme Commander: forged Alliance has only been out a few months, and an X360 version of the original due soon, it seems there is already a 2nd SupCom addon in the works. At the CES 2008 GPG's Chris Taylor revealed that they are working on an expansion pack called The Experimentals, where it's an experimental unit only expansion pack for Supreme Commander. Just massive experimental units for all factions.
After more than a decade, legendary dog and rabbit crime-fighting Sam & Max make their return to the gaming scene! Rumored coming to Xbox Live Arcade, and Telltale expressing an interest in bringing Sam & Max to the Wii, it seems JoWood, who is bringing the PC edition to retail through DreamCatcher, revealed the existence of a Wii version through a footnote in one of their latest press announcements, "One of the next projects: Sam & Max will soon be hunting criminals on the Nintendo Wii."
by Matthew Szlapka on Jan. 13, 2008 @ 8:14 a.m. PST | Filed under Reviews
Panzer Tactics DS lets would-be commanders lead their forces to victory or defeat in three exciting single-player campaigns, or compete in WiFi or wireless multiplayer, offering a competitive ladder system to rank the best online commanders.
Another day, another batch of game trailers was released. Instead of giving them all their own posts, we grouped them, and so far there are trailers for:
- Frontlines: Fuel of War [PS3/X360/PC] - Classes Trailer
We will update this throughout the day when new trailers become available.
Project Origin continues F.E.A.R.'s supernatural suspense story of an escalating paranormal crisis that threatens to destroy a major American city. Alma, whose rage against those who wronged her triggered a chain of events that have spiraled completely out of control, now has free reign, and the consequences will be unimaginable.
by Tim McDonald on Jan. 13, 2008 @ 2:56 a.m. PST | Filed under Editorials
Christmas is over, the big games rush is all but done for now, and for most of the forthcoming triple-A titles, we've got at least a few months to wait. What's a gamer to do (other than play everything that we didn't buy before Christmas, obviously)? I'll be writing a pseudo-regular column on some decent little games you might've missed over the last few years, tackling a different theme each time.