Carrier Command: Gaea Mission is based on the original Carrier Command released in 1988, fully licensed and endorsed by its creators, and strives to deliver innovative and intense gameplay in a truly next-gen rendition.
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Ourfirg is a story driven game full of intriguing characters; set in a fantasy, fictional, fully explorable 3D world in day and night.
EA has reached a proposed settlement over claims that it has violated consumer protection and antitrust laws and charged consumers too much for games. The proposed settlement calls for EA to: not sign an exclusive license with the Arena Football League for five years and not renew its NCAA agreement for a minimum of five years when it expires in 2014.
A session-based, massively multiplayer online game, The War Z is inspired by all things zombie and is set in a true post-apocalyptic, zombie-infested world where other players can prove to be a greater threat than the undead hordes that populate the land.
Sports Champions 2 gets back in the ring with an exciting range of new sports. Using single or double motion controllers, you can compete against friends in events including archery, bowling, boxing, golf, skiing and tennis.
The Sherlock Holmes series is known as one of the best franchises in PC adventure games, thus far captivating more than a million of players around the world. The famous detective Sherlock Holmes will be back for probably the most dangerous investigation of his entire career.
Featuring an 83-song set list and access to far more music than ever before, as well as innovative new gameplay modes and instruments, Rock Band 3 will change the way fans think about and play music games.
WRC 3 marks a radical departure from the previous titles and sees the team using a completely new graphics and game engine, developed in-house, in order to bring the 2012 WRC drivers and teams to players on all relevant gaming platforms.
by Adam Pavlacka on July 20, 2012 @ 3:00 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
Zuma's Revenge! reinvents the ball-blasting bliss of the original Zuma with high-resolution graphics, wild new game mechanics, all-new modes and power-ups and much more.
by Adam Pavlacka on July 20, 2012 @ 12:00 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
It has been eight years since Batman vanished into the night, turning from hero to fugitive. The Dark Knight sacrificed everything for what he hoped was the greater good, but everything changes with the arrival of a cat burglar with a mysterious agenda. Far more dangerous is Bane, a masked terrorist who drives Bruce out of his self-imposed exile.