Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto IV took home the Game of the Year award at Spike TV’s sixth annual Video Game Awards (VGA). The televised ceremony was held over the weekend, and was hosted by comedian and actor Jack Black.
Other notable winners included two awards for LittleBigPlanet and developer Media Molecule (Best PS3 game and Studio of the Year), as well as titles ranging from World of Goo (Best Independent Game) to Metal Gear Solid 4 (Best Performance by a Human Female, Best Original Score and Best Graphics) and Gears Of War 2 (Best Xbox 360 Game and Best Shooter).
This year’s event was also notable for the large number of new trailers debuting for upcoming games, in some cases giving audiences detail for the first time. Games spotlighted at the awards include Double Fine's Brütal Legend, just revealed to be published by Electronic Arts, Sony’s Uncharted 2: Amongst Thieves and God of War III, EA Sports' Fight Night: Round 4, Take-Two’s Mafia II and Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned, Warner Bros.’ Watchmen: The End is Nigh and movie tie-in Terminator Salvation.
Look at this image first, Sensational News! One Italian media report that Saint Seiya will be turned into a movie!
Anyone konw Italian language? Translate it into English plz`~~~
Population balance may not seem like a big issue, after all, in other popular MMOs, like World of Warcraft, the balance of a server barely seems to make a difference (trust me I was on a hugely imbalanced server). However, in Warhammer, each zone has a world pvp section that gives specific advantages to whichever side is winning thus making any population imbalances much more serious than in WoW where there is hardly any world PvP.
Now, I don't know about you, everybody has different experiences and everybody plays at different times, but personally, I have no idea what it's like to be in a zone that has the perks for winning in the world PvP. Every single day that I log on, Destruction has the entire territory dominated. It's gotten to the point where I don't even bother checking the status of the zone anymore simply because I already know what's happening; Destruction controls all points, and even if Order did mount an offense against one of them and secured it a "recapture" Destruction team twice there size is probably already on the way to re-secure it.
Likewise, simply PvPing outside a scenario has become tedious. Why bother even attempting to PvP when the likely...
To tell the truth, I really admire this guy nemed Mike, even envy! Just look at these amazing cakes!
Maybe he has a enviable, good-cooking girlfriend.
I love WoW, I love cakes, but apparently that guy is more fortunate !
the amazing cakes are as below!
What's your comment after watching these photoes?...
Miami, Florida —September 21, 2008, — Smoothcreations, a leading manufacturer of Custom PC gaming systems, desktop workstations, and Laptops, introduced today, in collaboration with Intel , are proud to announce the Smoothcreations "Lan Shark" small form factor.
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The Ultimate LAN party system: The Smooth Creations LANShark was designed to intimidate, perform and back up every piece of trash talk you fling at your gaming buddies.
This custom painted 16" acrylic gaming beast is small in size but delivers the graphics-shredding processing power you need to conquer your next LAN event.
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The "Lan Shark" Extreme models are stacked with Intel Quad Core processors and 2x ATI Powercolor 4870X2 H20 Special Edition gra
Whether or not you see many similarities between Blizzard's epically popular title and Mythic's Warhammer Online, the reality is that World of Warcraft players are going to feel very comfortable in the brand-new game. Much of the framework that has made the world of Azeroth so successful over the last four years is in full force within Warhammer. Questing as a central component to leveling, an intuitive user interface, and combat very much like that found in Warcraft are all going to be great handrails to incoming players.
There are plenty of MMO players (rightly) curious about what kind of game Mythic has created for them. For the curious Azerothian citizen, despite the familiar handholds, there are a number of big differences and additional features you're just not going to have experience with. Warhammer's a brand new world, with a lot of different sights, cultures, and expectations. To help you out as a brand new WAR player, we've compiled a guide to ease that transition, in the same tradition as our guides to Age of Conan and Guild Wars. WoW players, welcome to a brand new world ... one without gnomes!
As a WoW player,...
Blizzard CEO Mike Morhaime tells Wired next massively multiplayer project will be so "different" it won't compete with World of Warcraft; VP Rob Pardo says upcoming dungeon-crawler won't hit until after interstellar RTS.
As the dust from last week's BlizzCon 2008 continues to settle, bits of information about Blizzard Entertainment's future plans continue to filter down. In interviews published week, two executives from the massively multiplayer publisher offered tidbits to Wired about what the next few years will hold for the developer-publisher.
First up was Rob Pardo, executive vice president of game design of the Irvine, California-based Blizzard. The executive was asked about when the recently revealed role-playing game Diablo III would appear in stores. At BlizzCon, the game was available in playable form to the public for the first time.
"Even though it looks really complete, a lot of the content is just not there," he said referring to the polished gameplay footage touted at the event. "We have a long ways to go to build each of the different acts in the game and put in all the quests and all the different monsters. We have a lot of development ahe...
yes, that's right, i like to collect some cosplay pics of game exhibitions .
this time is TGS 2008's turn.
Honestly, What attracts you guys most in a game exhibition? Yes, showgirl! BlizzCon 2008 have no showgirls, but it has various kinds of cosplay. I must admit that cosplay attracted me most in BlizzCon 2008. I've collected some of the cosplay photos of BlizzCon 2008. Remember, don't complain some of the cosplayers put up poor show or they are not beautiful. They just give us so much fun, that's enough. Beautiful? Who cares? Enjoy it!
Many guys think these two Blood Elves are the most beautiful cosplay in BlizzCon 2008, do you feel?
Hot Night elf, isn't it?
Thrall, I guess. But he shouldn't stand straight up, ey?
Panderens, I hope they can become the new race in WoW
The Eredar Twins, I must admit I haven't met them in WoW, my guild's progress...
Sylvanas Windrunner, of course, the new mold in WotLK
Beautiful Blood Elf
Murloc? Or Ultraman?
No introduction is necessary
The Bloodsail Buccaneers?
Maybe this is the authentic version, but...
Obviously, Jaina's fan
Well...you know this
How can get Succubi less? pay attention to her legs!
Which do you prefer?
Perhaps you love Japan's manga and anime ; perhaps you have PS, PS2 ,PS3, and Xbox 360, your room is filedl with multifarious models;
you must love game, every kind of game.
and what's more, prefer staying at home must be your most important feature. now, you are almost a OTAKU.
BUT, if you wanna be a professional OTAKU, super OTAKU, your room must be like this:
what's this? window curtains?