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Ride to Hell coming this summer, going to put the hurt on!
Last Updated on Thursday, 4 April 2013 05:14 Written by LoganDX Thursday, 4 April 2013 05:14
Our awesome pals over at Deep Silver just pulled the curtain back on a trio of vengeance fueled games centered on the moniker Ride to Hell. Ride to Hell: Retribution stars lone bad-ass Jake Conway, a man on a mission to decimate the vicious, depraved members of the Devil’s Hand Motorcycle Club. Jake must bludgeon, blast and bleed out various degenerates in a gritty Grindhouse feeling world. Watch the trailer after the break to get a small idea of what you should expect. Retribution is expected to grace the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 on June 25th.
Gamers looking for a bit of small-sized fun can play Ride to Hell: Route 666 or Ride to Hell: Beatdown. Route 666 is an arcade game for XBLA or PSN that tasks players with recruiting fellow bikers on a quest to conquer the infamous highway. The game will also be out in June 2013. Not much is rightly known about Beatdown except that is a mobile “rock’n'roll brawler”. Once we get more details, we’ll hit you awesome geeks in the brain hole with the info.
After watching the trailer, I can’t wait to see more about Retribution! It reminds me of a underlooked gem by the name of Wet, published by Bethesda. We’re talking babes, guns, blood shed and intense shooting action! Retribution is on my “Must See More” radar now. Hit the break, peep the press release and watch that awesome trailer! Oh yeah and screens!
DuckTales Remastered coming this summer!
Last Updated on Friday, 22 March 2013 05:06 Written by LoganDX Friday, 22 March 2013 05:06
Capcom is bringing back a classic NES game in the form of a remastered downloadable treat. DuckTales starred the miserly Scrooge McDuck in an awesome platforming game where he traverses different themed worlds in pursuit of riches. Gamers had a blast navigating Scrooge as he added to his overwhelming treasure supply and worked to become the world’s richest duck.
Knowing the nostalgia behind the game, Capcom is wisely giving the game a massive face lift to bring its 8-bit graphics into the new age. Hand-drawn visuals, new luscious sprites and the original voice talent are just some of the updates the game is getting. A couple of additions will be the inclusion an all-new tutorial level for new and returning treasure seekers and Scrooge’s Museum where player can view stat tracking and leaderboards.
Capcom is planning on the game releasing this summer as a downloadable title for the Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii U. Get ready geeks, the Duck is coming! Hit the break and peep the press release plus some screens to get you ready.
Stuck on a vicious island? Watch the Tomb Raider: Survival series. [VIDEO]
Last Updated on Monday, 17 December 2012 04:48 Written by LoganDX Monday, 17 December 2012 04:48
Been shipwrecked? Lost on a deserted island? Guess what, your CoD skills won’t cut it! Before you pee your khakis, dial yourself into the Tomb Raider: Guide to Survival videos. Yes it’s assumed you have a device capable of watching videos and you have WiFi but no cellular service.
The Tomb Raider videos show fans what to expect with the franchise reboot. Things like upgrading gear, scavenging for scraps, hunting to live. I’m digging the base camps actually. The place where Lara can upgrade items, enhance her skills and just take a breather. The hunting aspect has me intrigued as well, especially after the animal stalking experience in Assassin’s Creed III. Plus using the bow like a silent predator is going to be just a blast, I can feel it! Who’s the prey now mofo? Another new bit is her Survival Instinct, which feels just a tad like the Instinct in Hitman: Absolution. It helps players solve puzzles and look for hidden extras by greying out the environment and highlighting key elements.
Dealing with a less than confident Lara Croft, shaping her into the gaming icon she is the single most awesome part of the game. Seeing her beaten but not broken, going from Lara Croft: Scared Kitten to Lara Croft: Tomb Raider. Everything we’ve seen so far has me more excited for a Tomb Raider game than I’ve been since part II. Tomb Raider will hit PS3, Xbox 360 and PC on March 5th, 2013.
Sennheiser aims to conquer consoles with the U 320 multi platform headset.
Last Updated on Friday, 28 September 2012 03:27 Written by LoganDX Friday, 28 September 2012 03:00
Sennheiser, maker of ear tingling audio products, is looking to give gamers an all in one option for those late night raids, TDMs and trash talking. The all new U 320 is geared towards players looking for pristine sound without having dedicated set ups for each system. The 320 features an adjustable boom mic with pro noise cancellation for superb communication between team mates and trolling the angry kids on XBL. Need a minute to talk privately in real life? Just swivel the mic up for instant mute. BAM!
To make sure the headset feels comfortable on any sized noggin, Sennheiser implemented their patented CircleFlex design. CircleFlex lets the cups adjust automatically to the ears, making the term one size fit all a reality. With most modern headsets, the dual volume can be adjusted in-line for ease and convenience.
The U 320 is set to drop this fall for $169.95 and will be compatible for the PS3, Xbox 360, PC and Mac. True multi platform at its best! Hit the break for the full press release geeks.