Breaking News
Home » Gaming » Console Gaming (page 3)

Console Gaming

SpaceCom – A Space Strategy Game Preview

In today’s gaming world we so often think of AAA graphics, highly efficient enemy AI, superbly programmed physics engines and so on. Most strategy games usually forgo the typical trends and create a deep experience, while still presenting you with the latest graphics in the genre to date. It is refreshing then to see a game that is both addicting ...

Read More »

Ancient Space Reveals First Gameplay, Pre-order Now Available

There was once a time space  games dominated the video gaming scene. Whether you were playing Homeworld, X-Wing vs TIE Fighter, Starsiege — one thing was certain: game developers were fascinated with exploring the unexplored. Somewhere in the past few years, however, this trend has fallen off. While strategy games such as Sins of a Solar Empire have come about, a true full axis ...

Read More »

Star Trek Online: Delta Rising Adding Some Familiar Faces

Earlier this week it was revealed that the upcoming expansion to the popular MMO, Star Trek Online, would be adding some faces fans of the TV series might recognize. Already announced, via the Delta Rising reveal in Las Vegas last month, was that Star Trek: Voyager alum Garret Wang (Harry Kim) would reprise his role in STO. Later it was announced that Tim Russ ...

Read More »

Chance Thomas, Composer for Riders Of Rohan

Hello and well met, LOTRO players! Chance Thomas is a music composer whose most widely known work to date is the music for the Game Riders of Rohan. If you’ve heard it you will understand why gamers are calling for him to be invited once again to score for the LOTR game. It is truly wonderful and as some put it, ...

Read More »

Mass Effect: Commander Shepard Gets Dramatic

Fans of the Mass Effect series are surely excited for the much talked about (but only vaguely described) pending Mass Effect 4, but there’s one thing that has been made very clear- the newest installment won’t include our Hero, Commander Shepard.  This is, of course, disappointing.  After all, whoever becomes the new protagonist, they’ll never be better than Commander Shepard. ...

Read More »

Cryptic Studios Announces New Expansion for Star Trek Online

Cryptic Studios officially announced the latest expansion to the Star Trek Online Universe, Delta Rising. This expansion places the player in the Delta Quadrant and will introduce new species, new worlds, and allow players to level even further by raising the level cap. First introduced at the Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas, Delta Rising takes place 30 years after the events of Star ...

Read More »

Neverwinter Adds New Class, Announces ‘Tyranny of Dragons’

Arc Games-developed MMO, Neverwinter, continues it’s “Season of Dragons” with their upcoming update to the game: Tyranny of Dragons. With this update, Neverwinter will see multiple new additions to Faerûn, such as a new class as well as the nefarious cult of Dragons. Introduced in a new trailer, the Scourge Warlock will make a welcome addition to any group, using dark forces from ...

Read More »

Nosgoth Free Weekend Plus Open Beta Information Announced

Nosgoth, the unique team based combat game pitting Humans versus Vampires, is eyeing a winter Open Beta period. However, if you are itching to get a chance to play the game now, no need to sweat! Square Enix has announced that there will be a free Steam weekend for Nosgoth, and it is almost upon us! The free weekend will ...

Read More »

Free Course on Tolkien, LOTRO, and Online Gaming

Studying Tolkien at the university level continues with Vanderbuilt Universtiy’s new offering, “Online Games: Literature, New Media, and Narrative“. Focusing particularly on Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings and Turbine’s Lord of the Rings Online, students are invited to explore the adaptation of fantasy stories and novels into video games: Intended for both newcomers who are curious about video games and experienced ...

Read More »

Fan Films That Put Hollywood to Shame

Fan films have quickly become as respected an artform as any studio production in recent years. Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn, Punisher: Dirty Laundry, and even CollegeHumor’s Dora the Explorer videos are better than a lot of the stuff Hollywood puts out during non-awards season (or even during the summer when all the blockbusters get released) Take a look at ...

Read More »