Advertising for Homefront The Revolution states “You Are The Revolution”, before trying the game Tim needed some convincing.
WWE 2K13 is the first game from World Wrestling Entertainment since their licence was acquired by Take-Two as a result of THQ’s bankruptcy filing.
Video game budgets seem to be getting far too big, requiring games to sell Call of Duty-like numbers in order to simply ‘meet expectations’.
You may have heard me mention this in passing when I realised this while recording last week’s podcast, but factors of the recent THQ auction seem to not make much sense.
Ahoy hoy! Once again, we’ve lost Jon to the ever-exciting world of auditing jam, so join Dan, Tim and special guest Mat as they attempt to navigate around the week’s gaming news.
In the absence of wide ranging appeal, it is perhaps even more important to know the limits of the audience you are able to reach.
Ahoy hoy and, may I say, ‘och aye the noo’! Why? Because our resident Scot finally woke up at a time commensurate with doing a podcast. So, for the first time in 2013, join Dan, Jon and Tim as they teeter around the week’s gaming news.
Company Of Heroes 2 seemingly isn’t bringing anything especially new or different to the franchise outside of a graphics bump, but more Company Of Heroes is no bad thing.
This week Rothbart and PacManPolarBear are joined by Esmeralda to discuss Papo & Yo, Little Big Planet’s “Progressive Insurance” sponsored contest, THQ, da roomahs, and a few more nuggets of Sony goodness.