The Ben 10 franchise has been in the steady hands of D3 Publisher for years but this is the first time they are creating a 'kart racing' game for the popular Cartoon Network show. Robert Welkner of COIN-OP TV interviews Aaron Blean, the Producer on the game, to find out what fans of the series [...]
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DIRT 3 review - How do you like your racing games? This review from Robert Welkner of COIN-OP TV looks at the improvements made from the last game DiRT 2 from Codemasters. Find out what Robert's favorite parts about the game are and how this racing game stacks up against some of the other popular [...]
Most of Trials of the Blood Dragon is driving on a motorcycle where you lean back and forth trying to keep your balance or show off your tricks. There are sequences on foot where you shoot at opponents while racing through the levels and you can drive numerous vehicles as the story progresses.
Whereas combat in previous LEGO games consisted of little more than button mashing, individual characters now have access to “finishers” that can dispatch enemies quickly.
With so many popular games currently available to play on home consoles and Steam, it may prove difficult to get an actual crew of your friends together to tear through The Crew: Wild Run. As much of the grinding needed to upgrade your vehicles in this mmo-car-pg can be done solo, though, it’s not a complete deal-breaker.
Ride has a steep learning curve for sure, but once you get past it, it becomes just another bump in the road.
Skylanders SuperChargers and the new Lootaku box on the Saturday Morning Smash Up.
F1 2015 is a solid racing simulation. It isn’t going to bowl you over with features, but the cars are gorgeous and physics are tight.
If you've been waiting for a game that gives you the actual feel of being a professional driver, I haven't found another game that does it as well as Project CARS.
The eighteenth installment in the Zelda series drops our hero Link in an HD open-world version of Hyrule that is reported to grant freedom in how one can approach dungeons.
There might not be as many futuristic first-person space shooters on the Wii U, but you’re missing out on the big picture here.
MotoGP 14 has a visually sleek presentation, but the difficulty of getting into the groove of the courses can be a real turn-off.
F1 2014 is solid racing simulation game, but lacks in the new feature department.
NBA 2K15 blows away any competition, but it is an incremental upgrade over last year's game.
This is a cute little gem that packs a punch you wouldn't expect, just like the cannons it is so aptly named after.
Need For Speed is very stylized and polished visually with some moments completely over the top like refueling a car at high speeds and carrying a car over a canyon by an Army chopper.
Hiccup, Toothless and the rest of the gang are available to play and we were able to capture some gameplay at E3.
While I think they may have milked franchises like Just Dance and Assassin's Creed dry by this point, even they seemed fresh and full of possibility. 2015 looks like it'll be a great year for Ubisoft.
The latest entry in Nintendo’s storied racing franchise, Mario Kart 8 adds just enough wrinkles to the familiar formula to draw in both new and nostalgic gamers alike.
Watch Dogs features new lead Aiden Pearce who is a gruff athletic guy with the strength to parkour and can drive any car at a whim.