Archive for October, 2012

Peter Straub’s Dark Matter, should be left in the dark

by Alejandro Delgadilloon October 30, 2012
Straub’s story revolves around a group of college friends, whom during the turbulence of the sixties engaged in an occult ritual. The Ritual led by a nomadic charlatan-guru named Mallon, who insinuates himself into the group of teenagers. This ritual results in the death of one student and effects the rest of the group in […]

A Review of Terranova

by Alejandro Delgadilloon October 30, 2012
Terra nova The series flaws and all is an interesting take on time travel and parallel universes, with a decent amount of drama. If you dropped Sliders into a blender with Jurassic Park and , you would be left with Terra Nova. The opening shots offer you a steam punk backdrop, gout’s of steam and […]

Cabin In The Woods, A horror movie that will keep you guessing.

by Alejandro Delgadilloon October 30, 2012
Review of Cabin In The Woods     I’m a huge fan of Joss Whedon, BTVS, Firefly, Astonishing Xmen, these are a few of my favorite things. It’s surprising it’s taken me so long to sit down and watch “Cabin In The Woods”.   The beginning of the movie is uninspired, a group of twenty-somethings […]

Trade your Tar-21 for talons in Primal Carnage

by Eileen Cruzon October 30, 2012
While FPS aficionados in their thousands have been begging DICE to consider a ‘Dino Mode’ for Battlefield 3, independent developer Lukewarm Media has been cooking up their own Jurassic take on the first-person shooter genre. Alpha and Beta testing is now complete, and the result is Primal Carnage: a multiplayer-only IP that pits human hunters against […]

Digital Games are not Physical ones

by Eileen Cruzon October 26, 2012
  (Gamers have a right to be treated fairly. If they buy a lower quality item they should pay a lower price.) I read a very interesting article on the BBC’s site about how humans are born fair and how the idea of fairness is really unique to humans. Now we know the world isn’t […]

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Need for Speed: Most Wanted Launch Trailer

by Eileen Cruzon October 26, 2012
The official launch trailer of Need for Speed: Most Wanted. Discuss on our forums

Paranormals gone wild

by Eileen Cruzon October 24, 2012
Sometimes the things that go bump in the night are more terrifying if they’re not in your closet. It is estimated that there are hundreds of undiscovered species out in the wild, but the stories that captivate the most interest describe creatures that are the most elusive… and sometimes dangerous. Where mainstream science is concerned, […]

New Halo 4 Launch Trailer

by Eileen Cruzon October 24, 2012
This week an email was sent out to all you Waypointers with a link to this new hype-inducer. As we’re  now under the 2-week mark on our count-down-until-launch, it’s impossible to watch this and not get the jitters.  Both those few cuts which seem to be in-game shots and those which are presumably cutscenes look […]

What’s new in Battlefield 3’s Aftermath DLC

by Eileen Cruzon October 24, 2012
Last week we brought you the premiere trailer for Battlefield 3 map pack Aftermath, the game’s next multiplayer expansion from developer DICE. This week, we can tell you a little bit more about what it includes. Discuss on our forums

Checking Out the New Assassin’s Creed 3 Interactive Trailer

by Eileen Cruzon October 23, 2012
Just a few hours ago, Ubisoft uploaded an interactive teaser trailer for the only-a-week-away Assassin’s Creed III.  Click here to get your Connor on and see a bit more of what to expect when it launches next Tuesday.  And if for some odd, personal reason, you simply don’t wish to click that link – well, […]

Super Crate Box C64 port coming in December (and free on iOS today)

by Eileen Cruzon October 22, 2012
Do you enjoy Super Crate Box on PC, iOS, Android or PlayStation Mobile and happen to have an old, still functioning Commodore 64 lying around? Well then are one of those lucky people who will soon have yet another platform to play the indie single-screen shooter on come December. Super Crate Box is turning two […]

Review: XCOM: Enemy Unknown

by Eileen Cruzon October 21, 2012
XCOM: Enemy Unknown is the long awaited reboot of the 1994 PC game. For fans of this classic franchise this is a must buy. Beware, this game is not for people who get frustrated easily or for someone looking for an easy game. XCOM: Enemy Unknown is by far one of the most unforgiving games […]