I like Assassin’s Creed and I’ve played it a bit, but I also like retro games. Maybe I would have liked it better if Assassin’s Creed were an 8-bit game on the NES. Check out this sweet animation that was created to showcase just this.
Last year we shared with you a bunch of laser-cut video game controller ornaments; technabob hoped that Dave aka Use Your Digits would make console versions as well – wish granted. Dave is now selling tiny versions of the PSOne, PS2, PS3, Sega Genesis, Dreamcast, NES, SNES, N64, Xbox and the Xbox 360.
Got an itchy joystick trigger finger? Like to blow stuff up? Then you might want to check out this new game that just hit the shelves over on the Xbox Live Marketplace.
Xona Games’ Decimation X is best described as Space Invaders on steroids meth.
There’s no much that’s better than free, but free games can often be a little simple. Not that simple is in any way bad, but somehow, it feels like more of a steal when your free game comes as beautifully packaged as The Marionette.
The delightfully named Shank seems to have been big business at the just-wrapped Penny Arcade Expo, with the Internet a-buzzin’ over the game’s ridiculous cartoon violence. It’s slick, it’s beautiful, and it takes its cues from beat-em-ups, which makes it automatically among the best games ever.
It looks like the new hit 3-D action platform video game Mirror’s Edge has just gotten a makeover as a 2-D Flash mini-game you can play right in you web browser.
The guys over at Borne Games have created this flattened version of the game (in partnership with EA), and it’s kind of reminiscent of classic Prince of Persia type of game when squished into just 2 dimensions.
Ever since the Sony PSP came out about 2 years ago, it’s gotten a pretty bad rap for its relative lack of quality gaming titles, especially when compared to the Nintendo DS. Sure, a handful of innovative games like Lumines and LocoRoco have made their way onto the portable, but for every one good game, there are twenty stinkers.