The Loadout for April 13, 2010: New Games to Attack the Week With

Welcome to the Loadout. Our philosophy is that the working week is a recurring boss battle that you’ll need the proper weapons to take down. The supplies at hand won’t always be pretty but you might just be able to hold out until the weekend. Green means add it to your arsenal, yellow leaves it up to your discretion and red means …

The Techland Interview: Cliff Bleszinski, Part 1

It was a long weekend for one Mr. Cliff Bleszinski. When the planned reveal of two major video games got bumped by the shifting sands of late night talk show booking, the design director for Epic Games found himself with a whole weekend in Manhattan. Over the weekend, he caught a Broadway show with his girlfriend Lauren, went to Morimoto …

The Daily Dose

Monday, April 12, 2010

Happy Monday, everybody. Hope your weekend went swimmingly. Here’s what else is going on in nerd news around the Web:

#streamysfail: Who else cringed while thinking back on Paul Scheer’s announcement that more than 750,000 people were subjected to watching last night’s award show? The main complaints go a …

The Forecast Calls For Death: Epic Games and EA Unleash Bulletstorm

So, hear anything about Epic Games this weekend? The House That Gears of War Built had its secrecy spoiled by a flurry of leaks, but it’s finally been confirmed that they’ll be co-publishing Bulletstorm with Electronic Arts. The sci-fi FPS is being developed by People Can Fly, the Polish dev studio responsible for Painkiller. …

Modern Warfare Drama Continues As Former Heads at Infinity Ward Respawn at EA

The bitter rivalry between Activision and EA–which has seen developers move from one publishing giant to the other and has had Activision try to block the release Brutal Legend, a game that they rejected–has just kicked up a notch.

According to various sites, Jason West and Vince Zampella, formerly of Infinity Ward, announced the …

The Daily Dose

Friday, April 9, 2010

Happy Friday, geek world. Here’s what’s going on in nerd news around the Web:

Blackest Night in 60 seconds: Chris Sims of Comics Alliance recapped the entire Blackest Night story line into a crayon-drawn comic strip that can be read in under a minute. (Read it here.) Hilarity ensued:

“I Want to Be a Part of It…”: Crysis 2 Comes to Consoles

Every gamer or tech enthusiast knows Crysis. Owning a PC that could run the futuristic military sci-fi first-person-shooter became one of those mythical achievements that separated mere mortals from would-be gaming gods. The game’s sizzling visuals and technical brilliance served as a double-edged sword, though, one that saw Crysis

The Daily Dose

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Hey Techlanders! Here’s what’s going on in nerd news around the Web:

Happy Birthday, Episode V!: It’s been thirty years since what is renowned as the greatest film sequel of all-time, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, hit screens. In it’s honor George Lucus is releasing some never before seen …

Good Dog: Hands-On With Dead to Rights: Retribution

What is a scrotality? It’s an achievement you’ll get by tearing off a thug’s testicles with a dog’s teeth. That fatal move, by the way, is called a testi-kill.

These are the reasons you will be playing the upcoming Dead to Rights: Retribution.

Even though this one maintains the lead character of Jack Slate, the upcoming …

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