Saturday, March 03, 2007

So long, I've moved VJ over to a different blog, feel free to start checking that out. This one will no longer be updated.

Thursday, March 01, 2007

Kratos is at it again.

You may remember the sex mini game from the first God of War. Well no to disappoint, Sony put in another one in the sequel due out on the 14th. And it's even more graphic.

Disclaimer: The following movie features cartoon nudity, if that offends you or you are not over the age of 18 please look away.

More Warhammer than you can shake a stick at.

After great success with the Dawn of War series publishers THQ and Games Workshop have taken the next logical step, and I'm not talking about Age of Reckoning.

Prepare yourselves for a new MMO based off of the Warhammer: 40,000 world. As for when to expect to see this on shelves, well you'll have plenty of time to wait considering it's just now being started.

I wonder how much an epic squiggoth mount will cost?

Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Time to let the holy hand grenades fly. Worms comes over XBLA.

Team 17's marketing director, Mrartyn Brown, let the good news out that Worms HD will be available "within a few weeks". And there was much rejoicing. So pick your team and get ready to call in the air raids.

And for the PS3 users, all 10 of you. You can also expect to see Lemmings in the future.

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Jack Thompson leaves country, and there was much rejoicing.

Attorney Jack Thompson is giving up on his fight against violent video games in the U.S., at least for now. Instead he's headed over to the UK to try and put a stop to Manhunt 2. I will miss you much Jack Thompson

Now for a good laugh, read this.

"Miami attorney and anti-violent video game activist Jack Thompson has been asked by individuals in the United Kingdom to help stop the distribution of Take-Two / Rockstar's hyperviolent video game Manhunt 2 in that country due out this summer. The game will feature stealth murder and torture. The last version allowed suffocation of victims with plastic bags.

The original Manhunt was responsible for the bludgeoning death of a British youth by his friend who obsessively played the game. The killer used a hammer just as in the game he played. Take-Two / Rockstar, anticipating the firestorm of criticism with the release of the murder simulator sequel, is lying to the public on both sides of the pond in stating this week that the game had nothing to do with the murder.

Take-Two is also stating that the sun does not rise in the east because Take-Two makes no money from its rising in the east. Take-Two has been repeatedly found in the U.S. by the federal government to be guilty of fraud, so what would one expect it to say.

Jack Thompson has agreed to this request from the U.K. Look for this effort to begin shortly given the summer of 2007 release date."