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At Last, A Splinter Cell: Conviction Trailer

It’s been a long time coming, but we finally get to see what Sam Fisher has been up to in the oft-delayed Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction. Turns out he’s been busy. Die-Hard-24-and-Lethal-Weapon-all-rolled-into-one-busy. From the looks of the new trailer, this “stealth action” game seems to double-down on action at the expense of …

Aliens vs. Predator Review: Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda

Think back to all of the films featuring Aliens, Predators, or both. In good times (Aliens) and bad (AvP: Requiem), have you ever wished you could be the Alien or the Predator in a videogame? I haven’t and I’m a huge fan of these franchises. These iconic monsters are great for target practice, not so much for role-playing. Rebellion …

Resident Evil 5: A Guide To All of the New Bonus Content

Nearly a year after it came out, Resident Evil 5 is back with a vengeance starting today with the release of a new downloadable episode on Xbox Live. The deluge of new content that’s going to be available for this game in the next few weeks is a little confusing so here’s a rundown of what’s on tap:

Lost in Nightmares

Available …

Street Fighter IV Dragon Punching Its Way to the iPhone

Capcom just announced that it’s porting over its Street Fighter IV fighting game to the iPhone and iPod Touch. Coming out in March, the game employs a touchscreen virtual d-pad to control the characters’ movements. I haven’t played this version of SF4 yet but I can only imagine how hard it’s going to be to pull off some of Street …

Tony Hawk Ride 2: Will You Jump On Board?

If you were surprised to hear Activision Publishing CEO Mike Griffith reveal yesterday during ATVI’s 4Q conference call that there’s going to be a sequel to Tony Hawk: Ride in 2010, you really shouldn’t have been. Yes, the game currently hovers in the low 40s on Metacritic for all three versions (we threw it a bone and said it

Gaming & Culture

Interesting Numbers from GameFly’s IPO Filing

GameFly, the Netflix-like videogame rental service, filed for an initial public offering this morning that could raise up to $50 million. According to the  S-1 registration document filed with the SEC, the company:

  • Had more than 334,000 subscribers at the end of Sept. ’09  (up 25% from the previous year)
  • Sees around 8% of its …
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