Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken hits PC

Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken hits PC
Cockadoodle-KILL! Ratloop Asia and Reverb Publishing announced today that Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken is now available for just ten bucks from Steam, Rain Digital Games, GamersGate and GameStop. This sharply artistic, comedy-filled, co-op bird-brained adventure was one of the best-reviewed PlayStation®Network titles of 2011 and has added new game modes, a new difficulty setting and much more. Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken (which is ...

Teaser: Wreck-It-Ralph

Teaser: Wreck-It-Ralph
Here’s a teaser (more of an announcement) into Activision’s upcoming videogame, Wreck-It Ralph, available for the Nintendo Wii, Nintendo 3DS, and DS. As a story extension to Disney’s upcoming film, you will jump into this arcade adventure videogame and help Ralph become a hero, leaving his wrecking ways behind. As a threatening Cy-bug invasion breaks out, you ...

Dance Central 3: Full Soundtrack revealed

Dance Central 3: Full Soundtrack revealed
Today Harmonix has revealed the full soundtrack for Dance Central™ 3 for Kinect® for Xbox 360®, the full-body dance game that Game Informer’s reviewer declared to be “the best experience I have ever had with Kinect”! The final songs announced for the game’s monster soundtrack of 45 hits are Bellini’s “Samba De Janeiro,” Kelly Clarkson’s “Stronger (What ...

NYCC 2012: Dark Horse Comics x Naughty Dog

NYCC 2012: Dark Horse Comics x Naughty Dog
The most anticipated video game of 2013, The Last of Us, comes to print with a comic series and an art book from Dark Horse Comics and Naughty Dog! The Last of Us: American Dreams will be a four-issue series by The Last of Us lead writer Neil Druckmann, with rising star Faith Erin Hicks (Zombies Calling, Friends with Boys, The Adventures ...

NYCC 2012: Brian Ewing

NYCC 2012: Brian Ewing
  Since Thursday was a press day at New York Comic Con I got to take my time and really walk through the artists booths. I came across artist Brian Ewing’s booth and got to chat with him a bit. I had been a fan of his work for a while and it was great ...