EA and Visceral have released “Awakened,” a DLC pack for Dead Space 3 that gives you so much horror that it more than makes up for the supposed lack of it in DS3.
Without compelling gameplay or, worst of all, characters you actually care about, the game feels like a pointless cash-grab.
Capcom has decided to give the HD treatment to their classic fighting franchise Darkstalkers, giving players both Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge and Darkstalkers III in one convenient downloadable package called Darkstalkers Resurrection.
There’s already plenty to get worked up over with Injustice: Gods Among Us, but an unexpected trailer from Germany has revealed some undead-themed DLC for the game that will make it a much more horrific title.
“Awakened,” the first DLC for Dead Space 3, looks to bring in more horror than even the first game contained.
DmC Devil May Cry did a bang up job giving us an alternate take on the familiar Devil May Cry characters, even going so far as to portray Dante’s previously villainous brother Vergil as a calculating rebel who fought by Dante’s side against the demon regime that had clouded the world. The end of the game showed that there was a certain degree of fate and inevitability to the two brothers’ relationship, regardless of the “universe” that they occupied.
The weather’s slowly getting warmer as spring approaches but there’s a new cold front coming in: we’re going back to Tau Volantis for the first batch of story-based DLC for Dead Space 3.
In space, no one can hear you scream, but down here on Earth I’m saying “merrrrrr.”
The pseudo-sequel to Madworld has arrived on both Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, once again dropping players in the leather boots of Jack Cayman as he wreaks bloody havoc across a dystopian wasteland...
Dead Space 3, like the two games that preceded it, is like digital grilled cheese, a safe and satisfying comfort food that advances itself in evolutionary, not revolutionary steps.