At first glance, Scarygirl comes at you blazing on all cylinders like a triumph in Flash game production values. From the very start of the introductory cinematic sequence, the player is offered a glimpse at what appears to be one of the most fantastic Flash games to ever appear on the Web. In the end, the good outweighs the bad. Players can put up with loose controls, slipping and sliding their way through levels, when the brilliance of the rest of the game is so appealing. Every element combines to lift Scarygirl above the competition, serving to create one of the most exasperating yet fulfilling Flash games available today.
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by: Scott Colleli
NEWS - Another add-on for the Wii remote? Yes. Unnecessary? Maybe not. With Wii Motion Plus and Wii Sports Resort on the horizon, this new impressive piece of hardware from Thrustmaster is just the thing for hopeful Tennis players and professionals alike. Wii Tennis was always my favorite Wii Sports game, so I'm interested to see how Thrustmaster's Tennis Duo Pack enhances the Wii Sports experience.Comment
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PMII Arabian Sea is the next part of Phantom Mansion puzzle type adventure game series games from Gimme5games. Hector continues his treasure hunt in the Arabian Sea. Use the cursor keys to guide...
Right now I'm knee-deep in getting another E3 video edited, so I really shouldn't be posting this, but it's just too fun to pass up.
Remember that artwork for the next Wii Zelda game that Miyamoto teased us with last week at E3? Well, thanks to a rather obvious hint from Miyamoto dropped at the star of this IGN video interview, and the already discussed resemblance the woman shares with Link's most famous weapon, we can now safely assume that weird looking chick in the artwork really is a sword, probably the master sword.
Miyamoto has already told us that the next Wii Zelda would use motion plus infused power for one-to-one sword control. How the hell is that going to work when your sword is a full grown woman? Is the next home console Zelda game really going to feature Link picking up a sword shaped lady with one hand and beating people upside the head with her?
If so, will that be awesome enough to get you Zelda-haters to buy a Wii?
by: Cyril Lachel
NEWS - In all the excitement of Project Natal, three new Metal Gear games, Metroid: Other M and all of the other hot news from E3, I completely forgot about Rock Band DLC. It's true, I've had other things on my mind. But if there's one thing i know, it's that it's never too late to rock some Iron Maiden. Talk about good timing, this week's downloadable content is a twelve-pack from one of the greatest metal bands of all time, London's own Iron Maiden. Announced a couple of weeks ago, this Iron Maiden set features some of their biggest songs, including tracks from albums as diverse as Powerslave, Piece of Mind, Somewhere in Time, The Number of the Beast, Seventh Son of a Seventh Son and this year's live album Flight 666. You get classic tracks, including "Aces High," "The Number of the Beast," "Fear of the Dark," "Hallowed By Thy Name" and many more.
On an interesting note, one of the songs included in the pack is "Run to the Hills," which Rock Band vets will remember from the first installment. This track was one of the three that was not able to be transferred from Rock Band 1 to Rock Band 2, so buying it in this set (or individually) is your own option to own it again. This rockin' twelve-pack will run you 1600 points, which is about $20. It's out now on the Xbox Live Marketplace and will be released tomorrow on the PlayStation 3. No word as of yet about when we can expect this on the Wii. If you only want a few of these songs, then you can also pick up each track for 160 points ($2). With the big Alice Cooper set a couple of weeks ago and this week's Maiden release, it definitely feels like Harmonix is giving those old school metal heads something to get excited about. How long will it be until we get a big Black Sabbath pack?
Rock Band DLC - Iron Maiden Track Pack: