Mark of the Ninja is a side-scrolling stealth action where you have to use your ninja abilities to set traps and quietly dispatch enemies.
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Nexuiz is a fast paced Arena first-person shooter with extremely competitive game play made specifically for consoles. The game will feature a mutator system that allows players to change the rules of the match; as players rank, new mutators become available for them to use.
Introducing a new story line and the next generation of Pokémon, the new releases features Black Kyurem and White Kyurem, and can also be played in 2D on 3DS systems.
Boondock Saints: The Game is a co-op shooter based on the 1999 movie, not only staying true to the content of the film, where two brothers attempt to rid Boston of evil while being tracked down by the FBI, but also further expanding the story.
Crash Time 4 integrates a brutal, bone crunching physics engine that delivers intense crashes and collisions with an extensive story mode, over 40 high octane, fully customizable/destructible cars, state-of-the-art graphic and visual effects and online multiplayer mayhem!
SCEA announced the nominees for the 2012 PlayStation Network Gamers’ Choice Awards, designed to recognize the best downloadable games on PSN.
NCAA Football 13 takes the journey of the college athlete to the next level of depth and authenticity. Experience the pride and pageantry of gameday Saturday with an enhanced in-game presentation, new traditions, and an all-new collision system. Make an impact by leading your team to the National Championship.
Menace of the Underdark is the first expansion for Dungeons & Dragons Online, adding three new realms with a multitude of epic adventures, an increased level cap, as well as new destinies and enhancements.
Sine Mora takes advantage of the newest in 3D display technology to deliver n horizontal side-scrolling shooter unlike any other, mixing traditional side-scrolling gameplay with a unique twist on time manipulation.
Mobile and social games developer Game Insight announces the opening of a new publishing branch located in the heart of downtown San Francisco.
by Tim McDonald on Feb. 27, 2012 @ 12:30 a.m. PST | Filed under Reviews
Set two years after the conclusion of the original, The Darkness II breaks the conventional FPS model with its fervid Quad-Wielding gameplay, allowing players to slash, grab, and throw objects and enemies with their Demon Arms while simultaneously firing two weapons.