New Iron Man 3 Poster

Paramount and Marvel have released a new poster for Iron Man 3. In it our dear friend Tony Stark appears to be free falling to Earth as his suit breaks apart. Director Shane Black seems to be taking Tony down a dark road in this third installment of the franchise. With the tone of the […]

Killzone: Mercenary Trailer And Screenshots

It looks like it is finally time for the Vita to get the quality shooter it needs and deserves. One of the main selling points of Sony’s handheld, besides the power under the hood, was the whole new world that was opened by having two analog sticks. But the Resistance and Call of Duty franchises […]

Moon Director To Helm World Of Warcraft Movie

Duncan Jones, director of Moon, Source Code and sometimes son of David Bowie, has taken on the massive job of bringing World of Warcraft to the big screen. The script was originally written by Robert Robat, who penned Saving Private Ryan. Charles Leavitt (Blood Diamond) has been brought on to rewrite the script. Sam Raimi […]

Grand Theft Auto 5 Set For September Release

Alright spring games, you may now breathe a sigh of relief. Today Rockstar announced that Grand Theft Auto 5 would be pushed back to September to allow time to polish the game. The game will now launch on September 17th, which should make it one of the last huge releases of this current generation. Rockstar […]

God Of War Legacy Bundle, For The Kratos Fanatic In All Of Us

Sony has revealed the God Of War Legacy Bundle, which will coincide with the release of God of War: Ascension this March. The set comes with a garnet red Playstation 3, God of War Saga (which contains God of War 1&2 from PS2 and God of War: Chains of Olympus and Ghosts of Sparta from PSP), a […]

Bioshock Infinite ‘City In The Sky’ Trailer

I guess a more appropriate title for the video should have been Bioshock Infinite “Holy God I Am Actually Having Thoughts That This May Be Better Than The Original” Trailer. Irrational Games continues to put the want in my heart for [amazon_link id=”B003O6E6NE” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Bioshock Infinite[/amazon_link]. My mind strays to [amazon_link id=”B007CM0K86″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” […]

Dishonorable Discharge: Medal of Honor Warfighter Review

Record of Dis-Service Oh, Medal of Honor: Warfighter, you’ve had a hard run in your brief existence: the follow-up to a 2010 game that me and seven other people played, you were tasked with trying to renew interest in a franchise that arguably more people cared about when it was still a last-gen WWII shooter […]

The Devil’s Due: Welcome to Hell’s Kitchen

I love Daredevil. As of last year, I own and have read everything from the beginning of “Vol. 2” – when Marvel reset the numbering to #1, put it under the “Marvel Knights” brand, and let Kevin Smith take the reigns – up to Andy Diggle’s #507 – which is actually #127 under the new […]

Watch Adam Sessler’s Fox News Interview On Video Game Violence

Oh Adam Sessler, how I love thee. Let me count the ways. Sessler, the former X-Play host and current editor-in-chief of Rev3Games, took to Fox News to take on the growing concern over video game violence in the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy this past December. Sessler provided his poignant and very grounded opinion […]

Wii U Sales Cross 3 Million, Nintendo Cuts Sales Forecast

Nintendo has sold just over 3 million [amazon_link id=”B009AGXH64″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Wii U’s[/amazon_link] between launch and December 31, 2012. This is a decent number but still behind what the Wii sold back in 2006. The company had forecasted to sell 5.5 million consoles by the end of March, but have scaled that number back to […]