Author Archives: Alex Larrabee

Baer-ly Played: Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit (Review)


I’ve come up with this trivial little theory that says “The less seriously a game takes itself, the more easily I am impressed by it.” Arkedo Studios has apparently overheard me talking about this, and employed it in heavy doses with Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit, released September 26th on the Xbox Live Arcade. The game is hilarious, often in a demented sort of way – but can the bright colors and fourth wall humor keep it afloat? Read the rest of this entry

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New Star Trek Game On The Way From Namco Bandai


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Namco Bandai has announced plans to team up with Paramount pictures in creating Star Trek – The Video Game, set to release in Spring of 2013. Read the rest of this entry

New Unreal Engine will be “Shocking” …ly Good


Unreal Engine 4

Mark Rein, Vice President at Epic Games, has recently revealed that Unreal Engine 4 will be made available in 2012, and had quite the air of confidence about it. Read the rest of this entry

God of War 4 Revealed in CG Artist LinkedIn Profile


God of War 4

We figured it was coming, but now there's more (kinda) proof!

 

For a short while, CG Artist David Thornfield, who has worked on titles such as God of War 3 and BLOPS (I just love that acronym), mistakenly revealed for minutes a few titles that are now listed as “Unreleased Games” on his profile page. Read the rest of this entry

IMHO: Delay of Game


The wait for a hotly anticipated title can, in the best of circumstances, be likened to eating at a fine restaurant. The wait itself isn’t that bad; after all, you have all of those delectable appetizers/other games to enjoy while you sit in the comfort of that $9,500 armchair. The waiter is absolutely pleasant, offering you updates on your meal as you sit and talk with your significant other/business associate/the nice folks at the table next to yours because you often eat out alone like me. Read the rest of this entry

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