Last year--formerly known as 2010--will go down in history as one of the best year's for racing games the world has ever known. (See: Blur, Split/Second, Gran Turismo 5, etc. etc.) But with games like MotorStorm Apocalypse, and now MX Vs. ATV: Alive, about to hit stores, 2011 seems to be on track to be even better than last year.
For months now the Internet has been buzzing with speculation as to what Sony's follow up to the original PlayStation Portable (the PSP Go doesn't count, as it was more of a redesign than a formal sequel) would look like and just how powerful it would be. Late last month, Sony enlightened us by officially announcing the PSP 2, which is currently known as the NGP (Next Generation Portable), a name that will no doubt change a few times before the handheld ultimately shows up in your neighborhood game store. Keep reading for a preview and full sized pictures of the new device.
Pittsburgh fans: rejoice. According to the most sophisticated sports video game on the planet, the Terrible Towels will be spinning early and often in Super Bow XLV this coming Sunday.
We're closing out our week of Mario Sports Mix character reveals. Keep reading to see the final three classic characters that will be playing basketball, volleyball, hockey and dodgeball in Mario's new sports game (in stores February 7th).
Here's our next installment of Mario Sports Mix character reveals. What do you think of the characters so far? Are your favorite Mario characters in the game? Do you think the stats seem accurate? Keep reading to see three more high-resolution screen grabs!
As I said yesterday, Nintendo chose SIKIDS.com to reveal each and every one of the characters that you can play as in Mario Sports Mix (out in stores February 7th). Today, we have three more to unveil! And don't forget to check back again, as we'll be revealing three new characters each day for the rest of the week. Keep reading to see today's new trio!
The Sports Gamer's real name is Scott Jones. He played football for 12 years before hanging up his cleats and jumping into video game writing. In his time covering the gaming world, Scott has interviewed star athletes such as Venus Williams, Tony Hawk and David Wright.