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Red Faction multiplayer demo is pure fun

A while back THQ launched a demo of the single player version of Red Faction: Guerrilla on the Xbox Live Market Place and the Playstation Network. Now two weeks before the games launch date they’ve been kind enough to give us a taste of one of the multiplayer modes in the game.

Primetime's first enterance: 1 vs 100 on XBLA

A few weeks ago Microsoft pulled a surprising switch, releasing 1 vs 100 beta to Canadian Xbox Live users. Canada is generally the last place to get to play games; betas are generally UK or US affair. That being said, I was obviously eager to jump in and try it out.

Unfortunately the majority of the episodes take place while I’m at work. Last week when I tried to get in on a Saturday showcase my internet went down for the two hours where the shows were airing. But finally this week I got in on two 1 vs 100 Extended Play sessions.

A few new Mass Effect 2 tidbits

A few weeks ago we got our first official piece of media for the highly awaited Mass Effect 2 in the form of a prelude trailer to E3. The trailer itself showed a decent amount of footage and was quite informative for the fans out there that have been aching for new info. While E3 is just two weeks away ME fans have some new info to tide them over until the eventual media blowout for the game.

The latest Bayonetta trailer redefines the phrase over-the-top

[Edit] We were contacted by Media Maverick and asked to remove the video and images for now. The video was leaked and unfinished. We will be updating you later with official released footage when it becomes available.

Find out why Fallout 3 DLC took so long to reach PS3. Had nothing to do with exclusivity deal.

In a piece of great news for all Fallout 3 fans, Bethesda has just announced that not only are they releasing two new expansions for the incrediably popular Fallout 3 franchise, they're intending to port over all their Fallout 3 expansions over to the PS3.  This will start with the Operation: Anchorage expansion in the Playstation Store this June, with The Pitt following 4-6 weeks after Operation:Anchorage and each expansion being spaced about the same length of time apart. 

Sega and Rebellion tease us at the intense battle that is Aliens vs. Predator

After being announced and later discussed in a variety of interviews and magazine stories Sega and Rebellion are finally showing every the goods for the upcoming Alien vs. Predator game slated to hit the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC early next year.

As some may already know the game allows players to play as the tough gun-toting Colonial Marines, the deadly and fast Aliens, and the stealth hunting Predator. Each story mode for all three species will be interwoven to provide a unique story experience that will surely please fans of the Alien and Predator franchises.

QuarterSave Podcast - Episode 02 - Attack of the peripherals!

Back again with a new episode!

This week’s episode features a whole lot of peripheral speak. With the announcement of Tony Hawk Ride and it’s plastic skateboard, DJ Hero and it’s plastic turn tables, along with discussion about Nintendo’s strategies and Rock Band/Guitar Hero. Other stories mentioned include the free release of Rag Doll Kung Fu for the PSN, and the Splinter Cell Conviction teaser site/trailer.



Activision announces Blur

This year is quite interesting for racing fans as you have the upcoming Split/Second which according to the developers at Black Rock will revitalize the dying out racing genre. Besides Split/Second you also have upcoming games like Forza MotorSport 3, MX vs. ATV: Reflex and perhaps if we’re lucky some sort of Gran Turismo 5 and Twisted Metal news later this year.

The latest Kojima teaser continues to get people excited

The madness around the mysterious Kojima project countdown is continuing with the previous countdown being merely a countdown for another countdown. Rapid internet fanboys are ablaze with the latest update to the site being either a 5 or an S and off course the popular and somewhat blind decision among many is that it’s a 5 and that means “OMG MGS5 is coming soon!” It’s also a bit presumptuous to assume the S could also stand for Solid Snake as it could also be for this:

Is Criterion going to develop the next Need For Speed game?

A few months ago a rumor popped up that involved Criterion, the makers of the Burnout franchise, taking over an installment of the Need for Speed franchise. At the time many simply brushed the rumor aside as it seemed odd that EA would have Criterion work on an installment of the series especially since Burnout Paradise was just released at the time.

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