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As Chief Editor and co-founder, Guy is responsible for pretty much everything that goes up on the site. He is a huge fan of survival horror, point-and-click adventure titles and everything with a good story. He prefers to play games alone, in the dark - as nature intended.

Medal of Honor: Warfighter coming out this October

According to Game Informer and OXM, EA is releasing the next Medal of Honor game this October. The game, titled Medal of Honor: Warfighter, is developed by Danger Close studios, the same people behind the 2010 series reboot, and will be using the Frostbite 2 engine. Unlike the previous game, DICE won't be in charge of  Warfighter's multiplayer mode; Danger Close will be handling that as...

Everything is brutal is this Operation Raccoon City trailer

Capcom has released a new trailer of Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, which is so brutal it hurts. The trailer shows the four playable characters from the game disposing of zombies and other monstrosities in sadistic and gory ways, including kicking a Licker in what could only be referred to as his man-parts. Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is out...

The Amazing Spider-Man lands this June, new trailer with actual Rhino

As you probably guessed from the title, The Amazing Spider-Man video game is coming to your neighborhood on June 26, a week before its movie tie-in opens up in the US. How to we know that? well, the game has recently received a very cool new trailer. Unlike the previous one, where we made false promises of the appearance of Rhino...

Rumor: Blizzard will go “free-to-play” on a yet unannounced title

A rumor over at Develop claims the Blizzard is working on a unannounced game that will be free-to-play. A source "connected to the matter" told Develop that the studio " will expand business opportunities and create both subscription and freemium titles". Blizzard has refused to comment so far on this rumor, but back at BlizzCon 2011, Blizzard COO Paul Sams was quoted saying (in regards to...

Asura’s Wrath launch trailer released, DLC screenshots are weird

Asura’s Wrath has be released today in North America, and to mark the occasion Capcom has released the game's launch trailer. While it is pretty neat, this not what we are here to talk about. Capcom announced it will be supporting Asura’s Wrath post launch with an extensive DLC offering. The first two packs to be released offer a completely new artistic look...

Mass Effect 3 extended Take Back Earth trailer is live

As we promised yesterday, the extended version of the Take Back Earth trailer for Mass Effect 3 has made its way to the internet, and it's even more dramatic than before. Poor sunflower girl... Mass Effect 3 launches on March 6 in the US and March 9 in Europe, on the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

Meet the cast of Hitman Absolution: Diana Burnwood

Sqaure Enix has released the first video in “The International Contract Agency Files” series, which introduces us to the main cast in Hitman: Absolution. The first member of the ICA to get her own video, featuring exclusive art from comic artist Ben Oliver, is Diana Burnwood, Agent 47's handler. There is also an interview with Diana's voice and body actress...

New trailer confirmed Spec Ops: The Line release date, pre-order bonus

2K Games has confirmed that Spec Ops: The Line will be released June 26 in North America, and June 29 worldwide. The latest trailer of the game, released alongside the official announcement, not only supports this claim, but also gives us some detailed information about the game's pre-order bonus. Those who decide to pre-order this gritty military shooter will receive the FUBAR pack for...

Final Fantasy XIII-2 review: The good stuff, without too much of the bad

Final Fantasy XIII-2 takes the player on a journey through time and space, hoping to repair the damage done by the previous game - Final Fantasy XIII, both within the game world, and beyond. Serah, sister of heroine Lightning, takes the place of the main character in an all new adventure, trying to save the future of her world and...

Trio leaves Bioware to work on a RPG/Strategy hybrid

Arnie Jorgensen, Alex Thomas and John Watson, who worked for five years on Bioware's MMO Star Wars: The Old Republic, have decided to leave the company and start their own studio: Stoic. The first project of the new studio is The Banner Saga, a game where "role-playing meets turn-based strategy, wrapped into an adventure mini-series about vikings." The Banner Saga's...

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