Two James Bond games hit the shelves this week, and rather unusually it’s the Wii exclusive one that’s got everyone excited. The other is this, Blood Stone. Bizarre Creations, the house that Project Gotham racing and Geometry Wars built’s first stab at crafting an action game since 2008’s super weird yet highly underrated The Club. How is it? Well pretty damn ‘meh’ unfortunately.
The upcoming sci-fi film Tron Legacy is sort of big deal in geekdom, it’s a sequel to a 30 year old film about a guy who gets transported into a computer program… despite that it actually looks pretty good.
Included in this preview: the newest trailer / music video for Tron Legacy featuring Daft Punk’s new track “Derezzed”, video from Disney’s World of Color live show which is a light and water show with projected images from Tron Legacy, and finally Space Meat writer Jesse’s description of a 23 minute preview of the film. Read more [+]
After Hours Series 3 premieres tonight on NetGameRadio, and by tonight I mean 30 minutes ago. Yep we’re live right now and will be each Saturday night from 10pm.
I’ll be a joining the NGR guys on the show regularly throughout the season to chat video games and other geekery. So check it out!
After Hours Series 3 explodes onto the airwaves tonight. Join Bench, Josh, and the nGR boys (and girls) for a night on the town…. well, the virtual town. Joining us as a regular is After Hours veteran, Liam Marcon as well as a few other community favourites.
Team Fortress 2 is where we’ll be hanging out once again thanks to BestGN, TF2 #8 unless we have to move. Jump in IRC or Vent and give us your opinion, who knows you might even make it on the show as has happened in the past for the faithful fans of the mayhem that is After Hours.
The game line-up includes Super Street Fighter IV, Tekken 6, Blazblue Continuum Shift, Virtua Fighter 5, Soul Calibur 4, Street Fighter III: Third Strike, Super Smash Bros Brawl & Melee, plus DIY and Social play.
Bleach is an anime series that has been around for a long time now, spanning many seasons and three separate movies with a fourth being announced. That said in traditional PAL style we’re a little behind with the second movie “The DiamondDust Rebellion” being released only recently in Australian shores.
Developer – IO Interactive Publisher – Eidos Available on – Xbox 360, PS3, PC Reviewed on – Xbox 360
Having never played Kane and Lynch: Dead Men, Dog Days was an interesting introduction to “gaming’s two most notorious criminals“. The game’s multiplayer demo showed a lot of promise and I was quite looking forward to trying the full game. What I found was not at all what I was expecting. Read more [+]
In this special directors cut episode (read: I couldn’t be bothered editing) Liam and Van are joined by fellow Space Meat writer and resident Anime expert, Brad! They chat about the Melbourne International Anime Festival, the Walking Dead trailer, their favourite cancelled TV shows, and many other unplanned tangents.
I know I’ll lose a lot of respect from friends and relatives in admitting this but I never read any of John Marsden’s critically acclaimed and fanatically loved young adult book series growing up. Crazy and unbelievable I know, but I guess I was just the sort of kid who was more concerned with where his next hit of creamy 16 bit video game goodness was coming from. So yes, I went in to this film fairly ignorant about the story and completely clueless as to the tone of the series. Read more [+]