Enough with the laziness already!
I’m not a particularly angry person. Oh sure, stuff gets me upset every now and again, but when it comes to games I don’t see the point in getting out-and-out angry over stuff. I mean these are games, right? Sometimes though, things just collide in such a way where my honest reaction is anger; and right now I’m there.
I'm gonna keep this brief because frankly, I'm not feeling so great. We finished Darksiders. We had more fun talking about it than we did with the back half of the game. We get into some pretty weird things to talk about like sound effects and... horse physics. Maybe my fever started earlier than I thought.
Making sense of THQ's bankruptcy filing
A lot of noise has been made of THQ’s supposed downfall recently. Yesterday the company revealed that they have filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and as can be expected within the confines of the video game industry’s supposed journalistic quarter, articles started coming out wondering where some of THQ’s assets and IPs would be heading in light of its complete and utter decimation.
Reminds me of rush hour in LA
This Sunday only, it's the cavalcade of carnage, the duke of demolition, the agonizing abolition of Destruction Derby 64! Twelve cars enter, only one emerges as champion! Witness the spectacular sights of vicious vehicular-crushing action, hear the grind of wreckage under wheels, smell the molten metal masses that remain! It's an all-out, anything goes, bone-shattering, nail-biting, no-holds-barred, punch-you-in-the-gut, edge-of-your-seat rock 'em sock 'em good time! Sunday, Sunday, Sunday!
Sony unveils a new PlayStation Store, THQ closes its Australian offices, and Capcom announces a classic Darkstalkers collection
While not the busiest week in gaming news, a few big stories managed to drop over the last week. Click through for the three biggest stories for the week of October 8: