Knott’s Berry Farm has recently put up their Halloween Haunt 2007 website. There you can find date, ticket, and pricing info. Attraction and maze info coming soon. I have very close ties with that park and love the Haunt every year. I...
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It’s going to be a blitz-ful celebration with World of Tanks Blitz throwing a huge birthday bash! Beginning today, players can...Read More
Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights features a double dose of terror inspired by the company regarded as the driving force...Read More
Bsams has posted an article on BioShock addiction. I warn you…Some of the images on the page are very disturbing. SFW though so have fun!
Gamershell has the newly released Hired Guns demo, the game which use to be known as Jagged Alliance 3d. Hire, equip, and control mercenaries on daring missions in this non-linear strategy game. I especially enjoyed Jagged Alliance and will be...
Gamers-Creed is reporting that the demo for Halo Wars will be up on XBOX Live in the next few days. This title is one that makes me giddy like school girl. An RTS set int he Halo universe, what could go wrong?
EvilAvatar has posted some impressions of Eye of Judgment for the PS3. The game attempts to bring card games (such as Magic The Gathering) into virtual reality using the next-gen Eye Toy for the PS3. A pretty innovative concept.
WorldInConflict has just released the official World in Conflict demo! Lots of mirrors to choose from as well so get to it – the motherland needs you to fight off the reds!
Cult of Rapture has released the amazing orchestral score of BioShock for free to download. The score sets the mood of the game perfectly. Can’t wait to download this ASAP.
The Gamers Gallery has 4 new screenshots up of Fallout 3. I have such found memories of the earlier games. Hopefully Bethesda can pull this one off.
Joystiq has made my day with this zen garden of theirs. While this is not news, it tickled me enough to want to share it with others. Namely, you people.
Coolest-Gadgets is revealing the new Toshiba 32GB SD memory cards. Retailing for $350 when they are released in 2008, these cards promise to allow photgraphers, videographers, and audiophiles much more space for their respective media.