Halo Zune coming June 15th

By Rob Dunn Contributing Writer, [GAS] In parallel with the upcoming release of Halo 3, Microsoft is releasing a special edition Zune, replete with Halo-themed “circuitry” graphics and loads of game related content preloaded on the device. Music: Halo Original Soundtrack – Complete Album Halo 2 Original Soundtrack, Volume 1 – All tracks by Marty […]

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Starcraft II – Starcraft Experience Interview

The folks at GT just released an interesting video discussing the gameplay changes from Starcraft I to II, the fleshing out of the original races, and the sheer amount of troops on screen at one time in the new game. Enjoy the show!

Starcraft II : Hell, it’s about time!

Need I say more? Starcraft 2 official site

How Nintendo Got Its Groove Back

Almost six months after the initial release, it is still near impossible to find a Nintendo Wii on an actual store shelf. All the local big box stores around where I live have had the same battered, empty demo boxes sitting on the shelves since November 30th of last year while Sony Playstation 3’s gather […]

E3 Getting Smaller and Smaller

I attended E3 in 2003 and have fond memories of it to this day. The displays were still huge, there were hundreds of gaming companies with booths and let’s not forget the booth babes! For journalists, the awesomeness doesn’t stop there. Most of the companies in attendance would throw huge parties with great food, live […]

Half Life iPod Parody (Video)

Here’s an interesting clip made by a Half-Life fan that tries to mimick what apple has done with their iPod commercials. Enjoy the show!

Commodore Rises from its Ashes

Most of you probably remember the C=64, a legendary computer system that ruled the 80’s, and for some people, still brings a tear to their eyes when they hear about the name. If you were a die-hard C=64 or Amiga fan, I’m sure you already dreamt about Commodore coming back into business right? Well you […]

AMD Brings Xbox 360 Tech to Handhelds

At GDC today, AMD announced a suite of tools for developing handheld gaming content for the company’s next-generation mobile graphics chips. These chips support the same Unified Shader Architecture as the Xbox 360’s ATI-designed GPU. Are phones the last stop here, or could the “Xboy” be on its way? For years now there have been […]