Gaijin Games’ latest WiiWare release Bit.Trip Beat, the first in a promised series of psychadelic Atari 2600-style experiences, is the love child of Rez and acid-soaked Pong. Itʼs an homage to pre-button gameplay days and is a fantastic fit for Nintendoʼs downloadable WiiWare service. Continue reading
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Physics-based PC/WiiWare puzzler World of Goo has impressed me on multiple levels since it came out last fall, and since I downloaded it I’ve been dying to get a hand on the soundtrack. Well, now I can, and you can too.
Snag it at 2D Boy’s website for free. Mmmmm, gooey!
I loved BioShock. Well, I should say love, since I still haven’t completed it yet. Everything about it is top notch, and if you’ve played it then you’ll know the soundtrack is something pretty stellar and captivating.
And the best part? It’s free. Continue reading
If your gift-giving winter holiday of choice didn’t net you the blockbuster game you’ve been putting off buying for a while, the one you’ve been dropping heavy hints to loved ones about for weeks just so you wouldn’t have to pony up the $60 for it, well, that sucks for you.
Fortunately, there are some strong fans out there with very excellent programming skills making very lovely 2D versions of their favorite games.
They’re all impressive in their own right and do a great job of capturing the spirit of their original games. If you’ve played their big brothers, give them a go and see how they stack up. Even if you haven’t, they’re worth a spin. Hey, beats talking to the unpleasant relatives, right?
Wow. Really? So by enlisting a 13 year old dressed up in cheesy Metalbro attire, the Dallas Mavericks have officially declared that they just don’t give a shit anymore. Love the enthusiastic parental “Wooo!” at 2:16 in.
Look out for Springsteen tilting for Star Power during Superbowl XLIII. Is GH/RB the new lip syncing?