We've posted up our video review of the awesome Orcs Must Die! tower defense/hack 'n' slash by Robot Entertainment! Check out the review with awesome footage of gameplay below, as well as (what we think are) some of the most hilarious trap combos used thus far in OMD!
You spin me right round baby, right round, like a record baby, right round, round, round...
How many times have you wondered how much more fun something would be if a hell of a lot more spinning was involved? Well, like most people, the answer is probably not that many times, but that doesn't mean that Dancing Dots doesn't want you to think about that kind of stuff: cue Rotastic, a charming, colourful, and slightly mad puzzle game where the main objective is to grab onto little pegs with your rope, spin around in circles and attempt to collect as many gems and other objects as you can along the way. The more gems you manage to collect, the higher your score is going to be, the higher score you manage to get, the bigger and better helmet you'll attain when the level finishes. We all know what it means if you've got the biggest helmet...
We've been slaughtering orcs by the hundreds all last week, and thanks to Robot Entertainment's speedy nature, the game has now shipped a full day ahead of schedule for PC. If you're still on the fence about the game, you can view our latest trap integration gameplay video here:
Great news for all Elder Scrolls fanatics: Bethesda has revealed the map for the upcoming TES V: Skyrim. The basic shape of the map already existed in the lore of Bethesda's Nim world, and for those who have followed the in-game books and atlases, it should be quite familiar; some of you probably have an idea of what it looked like, Bethesda just confirmed it and added names to the places.
Looking for an alternative chassis to use for our budget build? Look no further: the Thermaltake V3 BlacX is an excellent choice for an entry-level case, and at the same time includes higher-end features (detailed below).
Cooler Master recently announced their new full tower “Storm Trooper” case, and indeed, it is a very cool case; the Storm Trooper will offer fan and LED controllers on the front of the case, USB 3.0 options, several fan expansion options, and optimized air current channels to accelerate airflow as it enters the case, yielding maximum cooling efficiency. In theory.
The case fits a total of eight fans, of which four ship with initial purchase -- you'll get a 200mm, 140mm, and 2x120mm fans with your investment. This case will have no problem keeping your components at a low temperature.
Cooler Master also assures us that the case can easily be configured for a liquid cooling system, as with the Thermaltake Chaser MK- I LCS.
Today, September 29th, 2011 there will be an event - but not just any event; nay, for this is an event of great importance for our continued survival in this competitive world where no tournament is safe from trolls and no team is safe from disbanding -- would you be willing to trade all the days, from this day to that, for one chance -- just one chance, to come back here and troll MMA? Today, at 6 PM PST, the StarCraft II Pro/Am will be taking place in your home, from your internet streaming device, or maybe you feel like being adventurous and have the chance to go to the BarCraft Event at Mad Dog in the Fog in San Francisco.
“So I have to go and do some 'Renegade Ops' 'Just Cause' you told me to ?!?” - Bwahahahaha!! I crack myself up!
When you hear the title Renegade Ops you don't really know what you're letting yourself in for, you'll probably assume that you're going to be playing some kind of military-based game that focuses on the concept of revenge more than anything else, and you wouldn't be too far off. What you won't be expecting from a title like that is one of the best twin stick shooters on the market today; and that's exactly what Renegade Ops is.
If you’re trying to update your gaming equipment for Skyrim or Battlefield 3 and you’ve already built our $550 budget gaming rig, it might be time to look into new mice and keyboard options. Enter the Corsair Vengeance series, using the very same naming as their excellent computer memory.
Corsair will be releasing two new gaming mice (the M60 and M90), two keyboards (the K60 and K90), and three headsets (1100, 1300, and 1500 of the Vengeance line). However, the main focus of this news posting will be on the keyboards and mice.
For those of you interested in a cool looking case that has the potential to freeze your components, look no further than the Chaser MK – I LCS by Thermaltake. Targeting the e-sports scene, which has taken off with ferocious capacity lately - especially with MLG Raleigh 2011, Thermaltake has hopes to gain the interest of pro gamers and gaming enthusiasts everywhere.
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