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Shadow of the Colossus Remake [Review]

Shadow of the Colossus Remake [Review]

An important historic game, with a nostalgia warning.

Dragonball FighterZ [Review]

Dragonball FighterZ [Review]

Dragonball for every level of skill and fandom.

Destiny 2 [Review]

Destiny 2 [Review]

Something to get lost in, for the foreseeable future.

Injustice 2 [Review]

Injustice 2 [Review]

NetherRealms once again sets the bar for fighting game content and story.

Ubisoft E3 2017 Showcase

Ubisoft E3 2017 Showcase

The bar is low after last night's Bethesdaland.

Wheelman hits the big screen

Originally set to coincide with the release of the game, the film adaptation of Midway/Ubisoft's “Wheelman” is finally becoming a reality.

New whacky Katamari Tribute trailer

When Katamari Tribute was announced in March fans of the series were quite happy to see the game get slightly reinvented as well as having regained the charm that was slightly lost in the subsequent sequels that came after the first Katamari Damacy game.

Today a new trailer for Katamari Tribute has been released and instead of writing a prolong article discussing things I'll keep it simple today and let the trailer speak for itself.

 

The Evolution of Piracy: Here today, but gone tomorrow because the beta leaked yesterday.

The first time I realized how bad piracy was, was when I was a tester for Electronic Arts. The game I was working on promised to be quite good,  so I asked a friend if he wanted it for Christmas. While I was still working on it he replied. " No, man, its ok, I already have it". I thought: how the hell can you have it if I’m still testing the beta version? 

Red Dead Redemption premiere trailer

While quasi announced during the Sony E3 2005 press conference the sequel to Red Dead Revolver is almost upon us and it seems like it has been worth the four year wait. 

Is Microsoft ready to jump into the motion control war?

It seems like this year is when Sony and Microsoft take on Nintendo in the motion control arena. We all have an idea of what Sony could do but with Microsoft it’s been a bit of a mystery. Last year it was the rumored Newton motion controller that was a rampant rumor before E3 but instead what we got was the stuff like the Lips and We Love Movies announcements.

Wolverine and Deadpool are ready for more movies

Despite being slammed by critics and movie fans X-Men Origins: Wolverine is a hit.  So far the film grossed $87 million in its opening weekend in the U.S. and its grand total including overseas revenues is already at $160 million. We all know that when a movie pulls in those types of numbers it means only one thing: its going to get a sequel.

Has an actor for Green Lantern been found?

With superhero movies still being a box office draw Warner Brothers and DC are hoping to have another “Dark Knight” style hit on their hands with the upcoming film adaptation of Green Lantern.

TOROcast Episode 6: TOROcast CRIBS!!!

Week 6 covers SammMoney and Musco's thoughts on housing within The Old Republic Online. Some in-depth questions revolving around the core game content will be discussed along with some rather interesting news direct from BioWare.

Want more SammMoney and Musco? Check the ShogunGamer TOROcast archive and be sure to visit theoldrepublic-online.com and subscribe to them! Because they are "Simply the best."

Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny premiere trailer

Besides announcing Tekken 6 for the PSP last week Namco Bandai also announced Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny. This first iteration of the Soul Calibur franchise on the PSP is essentially a port of Soul Calibur IV with a few additional features. 

Big Smile Reviews: Bomberman Blast

Classic Bomberman action with a few new surprises hits the Wii in Bomberman Blast! Diifii and his guest reviewer Sergio take a look at the controls, characters and various game play modes. The Bomberman franchise has come a long way since it's first release in 1983, so check out how this game stacks up to it's predecessors!

Also, Congratulations to Diifii for getting over 3,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel. If you haven't already, make sure to subscribe and tell your friends!

 

Red Steel 2 premier trailer fails to impress

The recent issue of Nintendo Power magazine features the follow-up to the highly successful but critically slammed Red Steel franchise. It seems like Red Steel 2 is a reboot of the franchise as it has ditched the streets of modern day Japan for a futuristic setting that seems like its one part Mad Max and one part Takashi Miike.  The player now assumes the role of a sword wielding gun toting cowboy who is of course is on some quest for revenge and other such cliché story elements.

Direct your own Machinima in Home

Lets all be honest: since launching as an open beta in December PlayStation Home hasn’t been all that hot. It has the potential to be a good marketing and social networking tool but with a ton of missed opportunities and missing features that should’ve been included by now there are quite a few users that are completely done with Home.

Will the next Call of Duty game take place during the wars of the 60s?

It seems like the Call of Duty franchise will still be battling it out in wars of the past despite the upcoming release of Modern Warfare 2. According to That Videogame Blog Activison is licensing Cuban, Soviet Union, African and Vietnam Era music for what most likely is for an upcoming installment of the Call of Duty franchise.

Hugh Jackman is ready to take on the ghosts

After tackling mutants in X-Men Origins: Wolverine Hugh Jackman is ready to take on the ghost menace in the just announced “Ghostopolis.” The film, which is based on an upcoming graphic novel by Doug TenNapel, has Jackman playing a member of the Supernatural Immigration Task Force whose job is to send ghosts who have escaped to our world back to their world of Ghostopolis.

Big Smile Reviews: Playstation 3 Console Review

There are some truly special events in our time. The fall of the Berlin wall, the first man on the moon and Diifii getting a Playstation 3.

That's right, Shogun Gamer is proud to announce that Diifii now owns every current gen console. So sit back and watch him walk you through his thoughts on Sony's power house console. Be sure to let him know in the comments what you think of the PS3 and what PS3 games you think he should check out!

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson could soon be a submarine captain

After stepping out of the squared-circle in favor of doing movies it seems like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson could be stepping into his biggest role yet. After starring in a variety of action, comedic and family friendly roles it seems like Dwayne is ready for a more serious role as he is rumored to have been cast in Disney’s upcoming 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Captain Nemo.

TMNT gets the remake treatment with Turtles in Time

After the release of Bionic Commando: Rearmed last year many gamers have been aching for HD remixes of classic games. Whether it’s Strider, Mega Man, Vector Man or other classic titles gamers out there would love to play some of their old favorites with shiny HD visuals while still retaining the core gameplay that makes them so good.

It seems to be that we’re in luck as another game is getting the HD remix treatment although it’s a game that we weren’t really expecting: a remake of the classic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game “Turtles in Time.”

Death Note is next in line for an American film adaptation

Despite the recent mega failure that was Dragonball: Evolution it seems like Hollywood studios aren’t afraid of launching film adaptations of popular manga/anime series with the latest announcement being an adaptation of the popular Death Note franchise. Warner Brothers have picked up the rights to do a live action version of the film which makes sense since they were responsible for the three live action Japanese films.

Is the long rumored PS3 motion controller finally coming to fruition?

Variety's video gaming section The Cut Scene is reporting that Sony plans to finally unveil the long rumored PS3 motion controller at E3 next month. While some out there may be like "What madness are you talking about?

Dead to Rights is back from the dead for retribution

One of the few games to be released in the post Max Payne era that turned out to be good was Namco’s Dead to Rights.  The game managed to establish its own gritty noir narrative while also having fun combat and unique scenarios that kept the action fresh. And how could you not like a game where you had a companion in the form of a dog that you could command to maul various enemies?

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