Or how many flyover shots can you fit into one movie?
The Punisher wages war on Blu-ray...
Come see our definitive Best of E3 list for 2009!
We sit down with Creative Assembly's Kieran Brigdan and talk all things Empire: Total War...
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Ghostbusters screams onto Blu-ray to celebrate its 25th Anniversary.
Microsoft may have stolen the show in the eyes of many, but Sony was the diamond in the rough at this year's entertainment expo.
So the dust has settled on yet another E3. We saw games galore amid demonstrations of Microsoft and Sony's new attempts to break into Nintendo's motion-control videogame space.
James Pikover reports on the Microsoft Press Conference from E3 that took place yesterday.
It's judgment day for Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines on Blu-ray.
Examining games from the PlayStation 2 and original Xbox, we take a look at which games deserve sequels.
Last year I played Half-Life for the first time. I was on a bit of a spending spree at Gamestop and passing through the used games section I spotted a copy of the PS2 port for twelve bucks. It wasn't the best port I've ever played, precision aiming was almost impossible thanks to some control problems, but overall it was still a good console based shooter, and thanks to the still solid build of the single player campaign it kept me occupied for a good ten to fifteen hours. I remember playing Operation: Flashpoint; I would spend entire days just going through the same missions over and over again, looking for different ways to play through them. It's been a long time since I've played a shooter that occupied me like that, or rather a single player FPS campaign that inspired me enough that I wanted to play it over, and over again.
It's a blast from the past as Strategy Informer talks to PR Manager Lukasz Kukawski from the new retro digital games platform: Good Old Games.
Finally the unfilmable has been filmed. Has Zack Snyder done justice to the greatest graphic novel of all time?
Most dedicated gamers have been to see one or two movies based on one of their favorite titles at some point or another, and more often then not said films sucked on a pretty astronomical basis. It's an almost unwritten rule -one that Uwe Boll took to heart- that if you base a film off of a video game, it must be atrocious. Street Fighter, Doom, the sheer monstrosity that is the Super Mario Brothers Movie, one would have little trouble naming a game movie that sucked. So we're going to do the opposite and opt to pick out a few that may not have been treasures of cinema greatness, but really weren't that bad when you give them a chance.
With Halo Wars fast approaching, we sat down to chat with Halo Studio's Lead Producer about the highly anticipated Xbox 360 RTS.
Sharper than a cyber razor cut - it's time to get mist-eyed and nostalgic for all things Sega. To be this good takes AGES.
Prepare to be mezmerised as Strategy Informer talks to Paradox Executive Vice President Fredrik Wester about the launch of their new indie games label: Mezmer Games.
Degeneration arrives on Blu-ray just in time to get Resident Evil fans drooling for number 5. Like we're not drooling enough already.