The Blue Bomber is back to bring a barrage of bullets to the butts of bad bots! Hit the jump to see the Mini-Review of Mega Man 10!
Hit the jump to see all the shootin', slashin' and, surprisingly, some of the most amazing looking art in Ubisoft's Wii exclusive, Red Steel 2!
I got to spend some hands on time with Super Street Fighter IV. Hit the jump for a look at each new character and the bonus stages!
Kratos rages on in our review of God of War III. SPOILER! At one point in the game Kratos will scream "ZEUS!"
It's a feud that will never die! Hit the link to see how Aliens vs Predator holds up on current game consoles and PC.
The newest Samurai Shodown has a new publisher, new box art, a new release date and a new name. Hit the jump to see all the "newness".
AWN's series on the best video games of 2009 continues. Hit the jump to see our list of best underground titles.
Dragon Ball fighting games have never been short on style... and gigantic fireballs. Check out what we thought of Dragon Ball Raging Blast.
AWN's series on the best video games of 2009. Hit the jump to see the best downloadable titles of this past year.
Salem and Rios are back for another round of guns, explosions and trendy masks. Check out the AWN review of Army of Two: The 40th Day.
Another victorious Ratchet game for the PS3 shines in our review of Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time.
Zombies... Lots and lots of zombies. Check out AWN's review of Zombie Apocalypse for Xbox LIVE Arcade and PSN.
Check out what we thought of Ubisoft's newest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles title for the Nintendo Wii; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up.
Pete Rizkalla goes hands on with the new South America level of Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles for the Wii.
One of the biggest surprises at E3 was the announcement of Left 4 Dead 2. It was also one of the very few big name games there that was actually playable on the show floor.
The people who put together the Video Games Live concerts are putting together an official Video Games Live MP3 player. The MP3 player will feature 2 GIGs of internal memory, a built in mic to record audio, a built in speaker in case you lose your headphones and what looks like a color LCD display.
Taking a page out of Fable’s book, 40th Day will have players make moral decisions which affect the outcome of the game. All of the stuff that made the first game great are back like modifying your guns, awesome masks, and pimping your gear but now 40th Day will also build on your in-game abilities.
Alright Let’s get this party started. I got to sit down and take some time with the new Tekken at E3. Right off the bat, Tekken 6 is gorgeous.
What better way to kick off the new Press Start blog than with the grand daddy of all game conferences, E3. Although, if you attended any of the past two E3’s then you probably wouldn’t have used the phrase “grand daddy”; the last two E3s were more like the “annoying cousin with bad social skills” of all game conferences.