It’s the last show before we head off to PAX Prime, but there’s still a lot of news to chat about. Gamer Edie, Nick Dinicola, and Holy Goalie bring you the latest with aplomb. Hackers hit Playstation Network and an number of other online games hard on Sunday; Amazon buys Twitch for $1 billion, give [...]
We spy with our little eye… Another batch of swag. Yes, we said we had more to give away, and we meant it. We have put together another swag bag and it’s ready to be yours. Just leave a comment on this post before December 3 at noon Pacfic Time. We’ll draw at random from [...]
Missed out on PAX 2010? Well, now’s your chance to avoid the unwashed masses and still cash in on the haul. We’ve finally looked at our pile of stuff from PAX, put it all together and looking to give it away. Just put a comment in this post and we’ll be picking the winner at [...]
Valve must be staffed with magicians because Portal 2 looks magical. At PAX, the whole GameHounds crew got to see a live demo (no hands-on unfortunately) of the co-op campaign. You and a buddy will play as two Aperture robots. One is tall and thin and looks like it’s made out of a turret, the [...]
No number on this episode, lovies. Because no number is needed. It’s taken an inordanantly long time to get this up for you. There’s a lot of love and editing that goes into compiling two hours’ worth of interviews into one cohesive show. But we suffer for you. In this episode, you’ll hear from developers [...]
The first thing I remember when I think of Tron is the light cycles. I remember in the movie the kids playing in the arcade and challenging each other to the death while racing on the light cycles. Although this film came out before I was born, it is in my extensive movie collection. Classic. [...]
Welcome to Brink, the beginnings of a civil war. It’s human nature to be destructive creatures, and, even in the future, nothing changes. Brink presents us with a unique take on what a civil war would be like in the future, where the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. This multiplayer title from [...]
Duke Nukem Forever will live or die by its personality. People don’t remember Duke Nukem 3D for its spectacular gameplay, they remember it for Duke himself, and the game’s meta, sarcastic humor and blatant exploitation.