Archive for January, 2009

For all you Batfans!

January 30, 2009

Batman: Arkham Asylum is coming.  And my God does it look impressive. (more…)


Final Fantasy 13 trailer

January 30, 2009

So yeah, the new trailer for FF13 went live. (more…)

Guitar Hero: Metallica track list and launch date

January 29, 2009

Right, for those of you out there who are equally as enthralled by Guitar Hero as we are this should be a treat. (more…)

My Name is Bruce! Updated with DVD info

January 26, 2009


Hard mode vs easy mode – the endless struggle

January 21, 2009

Now I’m not as good with wordage as my partner in crime but this is an issue we debate pretty frequently so I thought best to bring it up here and see what kind of feedback we can get.

In almost every game these days, on starting, you must choose how hard the path ahead will be. More often than not you will be left with 3 simple choices – Easy, medium or hard. (more…)

Resident Evil 5 demo to Live

January 15, 2009

Yes folks, I’m still alive.

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted , this is due to being heavily burdened with other commitments, but with a new year I shall try to be more active.  I’ll start with this little nugget for you 360 owners.

On January 26th, for one week only, a fully playable demo for Capcoms eagerly anticipated Resident Evil 5 will be available for download. It will cover 2 levels of the game and can be played cooperatively (online and on same console) or single player w/ AI. I can’t speak for Creed, but this was one of the games I personally was willing to buy a PS3 for so when it was announced for 360 I was delighted. Soon enough we’ll all find out if this is going to live up to the expectations set by the immaculate Resident Evil 4, or if it will crumble under the pressure.

Chris Redfield - coming to a console near you soon

More from me soon peeps.

Guitar Hero Does a $1 Billion in Sales

January 12, 2009


The Guitar Hero franchise is huge. This comes as no surprise. We even have a complete Guitar Hero World Tour setup at IG HQ. But just how huge was hinted at on Friday by Activision’s CEO Mike Griffith. Speaking at CES, he confirmed that since the first title launched in 2005, the Guitar Hero series has amassed $1 billion in sales in the form of traditional retail and DLC.

Which is, you know, huge. In other news, grass is green.

One can’t help but wonder though, if Activision would’ve hit that number if their typical price for a copy of GH:WT wasn’t in the region of €80.

(Via Edge)