Get your wallets out, providing they haven’t burst out of your pockets already, for this Xeno-tastic Collector’s Edition of the most exciting Aliens based videogame ever. Well, probably. Here’s what inside:
- High Quality Resin Powerloader Figurine in Limited Edition Xeno Hive Box
USCM Dossier Containing:
- -Mission Brief
- USS Sephora Schematic
- Recruitment Card
- LV-426 Recon Photo
- USCM Iron-on Badges
- USCM Graduation Certificate
Four Playable Movie Characters:
- Players will be able to fight for their squad’s survival and confront hordes of enemies as the original ALIENS film icons Private Hudson, Corporal Hicks, Private Drake and Sergeant Apone.*
- Additional Marines Character Customization Options*
Exclusive Multiplayer Weapons:
*These downloadable items will also be obtainable by pre-ordering at certain retailers.
The Aliens: Colonial Marines Collector’s Edition can be purchased in the UK exclusively from Amazon for no more than £70 (on consoles, It’s £60 on PC) and exclusively from GameStop in the US for $99.99.
Aliens: Colonial Marines is scheduled for release February 12 next year. That’s 2013. Pretty long wait.
Who’d have thought that killing midget’s with shotguns would be so damn fun. We’ve all dreamt of doing it right? I mean why else would 4 million other gamers pick up Gearbox Software’s first person loot-em-up? It can’t just be for the midget shooting, surely. Or the millions of bazillions of guns; or the fantastic cel-shaded art style; or the shit tonnes of mega awesome loot; or the super funny NPC’s? Well it must be, otherwise I wouldn’t have bought this brilliant game. Now if you don’t know what game I’m talking about, shoot yourself in the nuts repeatedly until you realise the error of your ways, but if you have, give yourself a well-earned pat on the back. Because you my friend have experienced heaven. But seriously, those of you who haven’t played this game need to get out more, then immediately come back inside as soon as you buy this game and stay at home!
Borderlands is the game in question, the very brave “Role-Playing-Shooter” that graced our consoles in 2009 and pleasantly surprised us. Three years on and Gearbox is out to do it again with their highly anticipated sequel and aptly named follow-up Borderlands 2. Promised to be bigger, better and even more hilarious, Borderlands 2, if all those gameplay trailers are anything to go by, is shaping up to be exactly that; bigger, better and even more hilarious. So what’s new in Borderlands 2 then? Loads of things. What things? These things:
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Some time ago, at this years PAX convention, Gearbox Software’s commander and chief Randy Pitchford revealed to the world the two supremely awesome collector’s edition that will be shipping alongside the regular, but still awesome, Borderlands 2 this September. But not only was the world treated to unnecessary, but insanely cool, video game tat, Randy revealed that a new character class would arrive some time after launch and would be free to download for those who pre-order the game! Double awesome. So that’s two awesome collector’s edition games and a new badass class. Sweet. Read on to find out more on this badassery which is most definitely a word.
Borderlands 2 Deluxe Vault Hunter’s Collector’s Edition
For those looking to express their love for Borderlands, you may want to pick up this moderately priced edition of the game. You can pick this edition for about £50 in the UK and $99 in the US, so make sure you shop around before you pre-order.
A nice addition to anyone’s collection if you ask me. Oh, you didn’t? Sorry. I’ll go now…
Here’s what you’ll find in this edition:
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A quick look at some new footage, as well as fresh details from Gearbox Software’s Creative Director, Paul Hellquist. Some pretty badass looking guns are shown here, not to mention an awesome new enemy and a closer look at the bigger environments.
Borderlands 2 is out September 18 this year.
Moments ago a fuck tonne of Assassin’s Creed III information just got revealed. To read an in-depth preview of the game head over to CVG. For info on the seriously cool collector’s edition version of the game, read on!
I must say, that statue does look awesome.
The Freedom Edition
- Assassin’s Creed III retail game.
- A 24-cm high-quality figurine of Connor.
- A steelbook case art drawn by awards-winning comic artist Alex Ross.
- George Washington’s notebook revealing all the truth & secrets about the Assassins and the Templars during the American Revolution.
- One exclusive Lithograph.
Fans of everything undead and possibly necrophilia might want to have a little look at the upcoming Darksider’s II Collector’s Edition game. It comes with the following:
- Limited Edition copy of Darksider’s II
- Replica Life Size “Death” Mask.
- Unique In Game Armour Set and Weapon.
- Darksider’s II Digital Soundtrack.
- Hardcover Art Book.
The goodies don’t stop there though, oh no. Everyone who pre-order’s or has already pre-ordered the game will automatically get their bare bones (see what I did there) copy of the game upgraded to the amazing, wait for it LIMITED EDITION VERSION! This mind blowing edition comes with the weirdly named “Argul’s Tomb” content pack. What could it be? Who knows. It’s free, that’s all that matters.
Darksider’s II is out on all hardcore platforms June 26 (NA) and June 29 (EU) this year. It’s also been confirmed for the Wii U.
This latest batch of leaked screenshots have been circulating the web for a while now, so I thought “why not circulate these leaked screenshots that have been circulating the web for quite a while”. And you know what I did? I think you do! These four screenshots should keep your Assassin’s Creed III Interest Level™ well and truly high until March 5th for the BIG REVEAL. Can’t wait.
UPDATE: A whole list of leaked Assassin’s Creed III info recently hit the web, it’s definitely worth a read. http://www.computerandvideogames.com/338316/assassins-creed-3-first-details-new-hero-is-connor-not-all-english-are-evil/
SUPER UPADTE: Here’s the official reveal trailer to Assassin’s Creed III. Don’t expect too much though:
Gearbox Software’s latest Borderlands 2 trailer contains a dub-step dancing Clap-Trap and very big colourful text. You have been warned.
Borderlands 2 will be available to loot in your nearest games retailer September 18 in North America and September 21 everywhere else.
The highly anticipated “Mega Super Ultra Handheld” or Playstation Vita, as it’s called by all the normal people on Earth will be out very, very soon. The moment you first set eyes on that beauty of a machine, you knew you had to pre-order it. You’ve been waiting for what seems like a decade to finally get your sweaty palms wrapped around its delicate curved body and cannot wait to unleash your load on… Wait, what? Sorry, I got side tracked. The 22nd February finally comes, you run gallantly to the door as you spy the postman unloading a familiar looking box from his bag of mysterious items. A shard of light gently bounces of the surface of this box revealing those four all important letters. VITA…It has arrived. Without a care in the world you sprint to the door, unaware that you’ve just come out of the shower and the whole street can see your extremely hairy rear end, which to be honest with you, should have been shaved weeks ago. Signing for the package and collapsing to your knees in absolute awe before the bedazzled postman, you hold your Vita in those sweaty palms I mentioned earlier and press the power button. As the screen illuminates before your enchanted eyes, you ask yourself in excitement, “What am I going to play first?” It then dawns on you that you have no games to play on your dazzling new system so you shoot yourself. Now, unless you want to commit suicide, you best read this article detailing the most interesting and entertaining Vita games that will be released on the 22 February. Enjoy!
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After watching this video mere minutes before publishing this post, I knew I had to say something about it. If you’re easily impressed then you should have a raging hard-on right now or the female equivalent if you’re a lady. If you’re not, then this video should wipe that arrogant look upon your face clean off and swiftly dispose of it in the nearest recycling bin. If what I’ve said has left you looking up to the sky for some kind of powerful being to explain to you what I mean, then I apologise. My reason for speaking in such an unusual manner is simple, a game of this caliber and stature needs more than a simple introduction. Rockstar Games are creating pure brilliance. And pure brilliance deserves respect. Max Payne 3 is shaping up to be something unique, fresh, unlike anything I’ve seen before and to be quite frank, fucking spectacular. The amount of technical and visual detail being meticulously poured into this game is quite simply breathtaking. The first Gears Of War game reignited our love for third person shooters and even innovated it with an exceptional cover system and tight controls. The series carried this on through all its games getting better and better as each release blew us away. But if I’m honest, it’s getting a little boring now. What Gears does in its games is perfect. It works. But, being a third person shooter, I think it’s time for something new. Max Payne 3 could do what Gears Of War did for the third person shooter. Reinvigorate. Innovate. And most importantly make it much more fun to shoot people in the face and balls. You may not agree with me on that point, but one thing I think we can all agree on is this game being pure brilliance.