This past week Spike hosted the Video Game Awards. Along with a great show, a plethora of games were announced that are making gamers look forward to sequels in the worst way possible. If you missed the VGA's don't worry, we made it a little easier to re-cap what was shown and a small break down of each game after the jump.
The pigs are getting festive this holiday season and birds are joining in as well. Out October 21st, the Halloween edition of Angry Birds will hit he app store for $.99 and HD for $1.99 for iPhone and iPad. The special Halloween edition will have 45 new levels with new music to go with it, and whats a special Halloween edition with out pumkins? Unfortunately Android users will not be getting this version of Angry Birds, it could be a gift or a curse depending on how addicted you've been to the game.
So at Comic Con we also had the chance to play Megaman Universe, lets just say it was different. Megaman has come a long way since the 1987 and from what I played at Comic Con lets just say Megaman fans will love this game.
News of Black Ops have been flying left and right the past few days of what Black Ops will have to offer, and I must say it is all pretty overwhelming. Originally I was semi impressed of what Treyarch was offering us in their rendition of the Modern Warfare franchise, but as more information is getting released to us the more and more appealing the game is turning out. We made a little cheat sheet of what the game will have to offer.
First it was Gundamn and now it's Metal Gear. Arcade games in Japan are getting fancy with a lot of big hits to add to their arcade selection. I guess all there's left to do is sit and wait till the bring it to America.
Apache helicopters are some of the most sophisticated combat aircraft on the planet, and in Apache: Air Assault you get to be the pilot of one of many different types of Apache helicopters to punish your enemy and bring the rain.