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Call Of Duty Ghosts Gameplay Video Focuses On Riley The Dog
You can play the dog. Yes, you can play the dog, Riley. He's not just a prop and not just some call-in to kill bad guys in slow motion while you do what you do in a typical Call of Duty game. The video shows players being forced to take control of Riley at certain points and biting off heads and doing what violent dogs typically do.
Gaming Blend Gears Up For E3 2013
E3 is just a couple of days away, and we here at Gaming Blend are gearing up to bring our readers all of the latest and greatest news from the year's biggest gaming event, taking place Monday through Thursday of next week in the LA Convention Center.
E3 2013: Square Enix Game List Confirms Next-Gen Final Fantasy
Two days folks...just two days. Square Enix has let their list of games fly off the hook with Final Fantasy being the main focus of their line-up. They also have the newly announced Eidos Montreal tablet title, Deus Ex: The Fall and their other recently announced Murdered: Soul Suspect to flesh out the rest of the list.
E3 2013: Lococycle Is An Xbox One Launch Title
E3 hasn't officially started but news is already breaking ahead of the big event that kicks off this Monday. Microsoft and Twisted Pixel have confirmed that Lococycle will be an Xbox exclusive and will be a launch title for the Xbox One.
Saints Row 4 War For Humanity Trailer Brings The Drama, Two Shaundis And Nudity
Remember the really cool Shaundi voiced by Eliza Dushku from Saints Row 2? Well, she's coming back in Saints Row 4. Remember all the drama from Saints Row and Saints Row 2? Well that's coming back as well. Remember Keith David from the first two games? Well he's coming back, too. Of course, there's also plenty of serious nudity.
E3 2013: Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow 2 Trailer Goes Epic And Doesn't Go Home
Go big or go bust, go epic or go home. That's the mentality for E3 titles because it's all the biggest and brightest games vying for attention and market valuation for the holiday season. Well, one game that doesn't have to worry about keeping your attention is Konami's Lords of Shadow 2, the final game in the Belmont Dracula saga.
Doodle Jump For Kinect Bounces Onto Xbox 360 This Summer
The simplicity of Doodle Jump is about to get a bit more complex as players are invited to use their entire body to jump-jump-jump to victory in Lima Sky and Smoking Gun Interactive’s upcoming Doodle Jump for Kinect.
Sleeping Dogs DLC Discounted And More On XBLA This Week
Rather than let Sleeping Dogs lie, Microsoft is waking the shaggy beast up for another stroll around the block with 50 percent discounts on all of the game's DLC in the Xbox 360 Deal of the Week.
Halo 4's DLC Fails To Keep Gamers Playing, According To Research Data
New statistics have been released from Raptr, who maintains more than 17 million users and tracks data across a wide range of games. Their latest data showcases an eventful decline in the player-base for Halo 4, despite the release of timely DLC.
Ride To Hell Lets You Build Your Own Bike
Ride to Hell is screaming down the highway and due to arrive in stores later this month. But before the game hits full throttle and invites players the world over to hop on for a thrill ride, publisher Deep Silver has decided to spill just a few more details about the game, specifically in the field of customization.
Remember Me Reviews Note Snazzy Aesthetics With A Lack Of Interactivity
A lot of gamers were on the fence about Dontnod's Remember Me, a futuristic sci-fi thriller where players assume the role of Nilin, the memory hunter. Despite a very fascinating premise and a sexy setting in a neo-noir Paris, many reviewers all had the same complaints about the game: There just wasn't enough interactivity.
Weekly Recap June 1st: Xbox One Controversy, PS4 Abandons DRM, Massive Chalice Announced
The Xbox One keeps the headlines fresh with plenty of controversy while Sony lays back and dolls out a small snippet of info that changes the entire landscape of the pre-console war. Also, Double Fine heads back to Kickstarter for their title Massive Chalice.