Next Wednesday (23 January) a three-stage playable demo of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance via PlayStation Network and Xbox Live. Slated for release 22 February, we’re waiting with baited breath to pick up where Guns Of The Patriots left off. It’s been far too long.
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Bioshock Infinite is going to be next fucking level. And to make sure we drown in our own drool at the prospect of shooting everything into bloody bits of skin and guts, there’s been some new screenshots released of the game that you can check out after the jump.
Bioshock Infinite is scheduled for release 26 March, 2013.
The maestro of wobwobwobdropsplatbangwibblesploogestep (AKA Skrillex) has moved on from fucking people in the ear and has released a video game. You play as a warrior-type guy inside a video game cartridge and must defeat the glitches with your sword. It might sound ridonkulous but it’s pretty fucking addictive and really easy to play.
Waste hours of your Friday today by playing Skrillex Quest HERE.
Robert Downey Jr! Guy Ritchie! Explosions! Black Ops 2! Bleeped-out swearing! Also, see the gallery below for pics from the midnight launch at HMV Oxford Street last week. Zombies! Commerce! Night-time!
Shit! Shit! Shit! Shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit! This looks too good. Excuse us while we camp outside GAME for the next few months. And yes, it’ll be so worth it.
Christmas is fast approaching so we’re being inundated with new games. Most of which are shit, to be honest. But some stand-out and shine so brightly it’s impossible to look away from just how fucking good it is. We’re talking here about Halo 4. And as you’re not some loser who doesn’t know their Requiem from their Cortana, you must already have the game. So what else do you need? Try this on for size…
FRONT’s resident Goddess of gaming, Julia Hardy, gives the low-down on one of the year’s most-anticipated games.
Tackling a Triple A game these days takes a huge amount of resources, hundreds of people, years of lead time and a wallet so big in your back pocket you’d be mistaken for a wonky Kim Kardashian. Assassin’s Creed has all of these things, but also has the tricky task of seamlessly blending historical facts into the game and still somehow making it fun to play. I travelled over to Boston to learn not only some background on the game’s story surrounding the American War for Independence, but also the history behind how the game was made.