Archive for July 31st, 2012

GotGame at Big Time Rush Summer Tour w/ Nintendo

by Steve Masterson July 31, 2012
  GotGame gets the chance to hit up the Big Time Summer Tour with Nintendo, to check out Mario Kart 7 and talk to some of the fans of the headlining band, Big Time Rush.

GotGame Radio Daily: 7.31.12 – Chronicles of Riddick Rumor and Devil May Cry

by Steve Masterson July 31, 2012
There’s a rumor buzzing around saying that there might be a new Chronicles of Riddick movie in the works as well maybe a future game? I also talk about the new Devil May Cry in this episode of GotGame Radio. Stay tuned! Official trailers below:  

Lets Unbox the Kingdom Hearts 3D Mastery Edition

by killatiaon July 31, 2012
[starrater tpl=10] This unboxing video is dedicated to the 6 people that tried to get my copy of Kingdom Hearts 3d Mastery Edition but failed. Here’s what you suckers missed out on. Moral of the lesson? Pero-order your own copy!m

Soon You’ll Be Able To Buy a Real Life Exosuit

by ubernauton July 31, 2012
File this under the too-cool-to-be-true category. But it appears this is really a thing that will soon be available in Japan. It drives, it shoots, you can even control it remotely with your iPhone. This huge mech suit built by Suidobashi Heavy Industries cost a measly $1.35 Million according to GeekTyrant, worth every penny if you ask […]

Tony Hawk Pro Skater HD a Success

by Adam Larckon July 31, 2012
More Tony Hawk Pro Skater HD may be on the way. The game, which sold 120,000 copies in its first week on XBLA, may get a “fuller game” Robomodo head Josh Tsui told Gamasutra. “By making it ‘lower risk’ we were allowed to take some chances, which benefits both developer and publisher,” Tsui said. Before […]

Wikipad Specs Revealed

by Adam Larckon July 31, 2012
New technical specs have been revealed for the Wikipad. According to VentureBeat, the device will have a 10.1 inch display with a 1280×800 resolution. It will be powered by the Nvidia Tegra 3 T30 1.4 GHz processor and have 1 GB of DDR2 Ram, in addition to a 16 GM internal Flash memory. The OS […]

Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 3 Gets Weird DLC

by Adam Larckon July 31, 2012
The first piece of DLC for Penny Arcade’s On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 3 is a bit odd. Titled the “Fanfiction Pack,” the pack lets you swap the gender and names of the four characters, according to Penny Arcade. Tycho becomes Tyche, Gabe is Gabbie, Moira is Manuel and Jim is Benjamina. In addition […]

Ouya Reveals Partnership with Square Enix, Final Fantasy III as Launch Title

by Drew Robbinson July 31, 2012
Final Fantasy is, as a franchise, the very embodiment of the console experience: an expansive world fully uncovered only after several hours of exploration. The Ouya, on the other hand, is not. As an open-sourced, Android-based device, it defies everything that consumers have come to expect from dedicated gaming hardware save for a box, a […]

Review | Spec Ops: The Line

by Drew Robbinson July 31, 2012
Spec Ops: The Line is a line in the sand. Battlefield and Call of Duty have culminated to create a genre built entirely upon breathtaking action and blind patriotism that ignores the more serious concerns of warfare; never once is a player asked to take their finger off of the trigger and think about the […]

Capcom Q1 Earnings Strong

by Adam Larckon July 31, 2012
Capcom has announced that its first quarter had $16.9 million in profit. This is up 290 percent from last year. Its digital content group had $176 million in sales revenue, with the company have $238 million in revenue overall. Dragon’s Dogma sold “more than one million copies” in domestic markets. Also helping out were its […]

E3 Staying in Los Angeles

by Adam Larckon July 31, 2012
After being unsure of the location of E3 for 2013, the Entertainment Software Association has confirmed that it will stay in Los Angeles. The conference will take place June 11-13. “The City of Los Angeles is thrilled to welcome E3 back for another three years,” Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said in a statement. “My […]