Archive for February 3rd, 2011
Love Bleach? We love figurines and statues, so you can understand how this Ichigo Kurosaki figurine from anime Bleach is beautifully crafted in this posed limited production statue from the Square Enix webstore. It makes us all warm and fuzzy inside. With clothes seeming to float in the wind, Ichigo stands bravely behind a fiery phoenix. Read the rest of this entry »
Nintendo and The PokÃ©mon Company are giving PokÃ©mon fans yet another reason to get revved up for the March 6 launch of the PokÃ©mon Black Version andÂ PokÃ©mon White Version video games for theÂ Nintendo DS family of systems. Consumers who purchase either of the new games between launch and April 10 will be able to receive a special Liberty Pass via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection (broadband Internet access required), which will enable them to catch the never-before-seen Mythical PokÃ©mon Victini. Read the rest of this entry »
Sexy, saucy and sassy are three words to sum up Catherine. We’ve seen a lot of Catherine just recently. Atlus doesn’t want you to forget her in a hurry as the game is released on February 16th and judging by these pictures that were seen on the Atlus website, she’s obviously showing a lot more than we originally realised. Joking aside though, it does look like an incredible game. Read the rest of this entry »
The Companion Cube has a special place in everyone’s heart, who’s ever played Portal. This one is of a gingerbread kind, the only sweet, faithful and unassuming test you’ll have to put this cube under is the tasting kind. Read the rest of this entry »
Check out this trailer that explores the world of Yars Revenge, a re-imagining of the original Atari 2600 game coming to XBLA, PSN and PC this Spring. Read the rest of this entry »
A new game for FaceBook based in the Dragon Age universe. Read the rest of this entry »
More video gameplay goodness from Swarm, coming this March to Xbl and PSN. Dr. Mike dishes more advice on dealing with your Swarmites -
Swimming video games are few and far between, and mostly revolve around unsatisfying button-bashing. Michael Phelps – Push The Limit looks to remedy this thanks to Kinect. Read the rest of this entry »
All you need is a Nintendo DS, DSi or DSi XL Read the rest of this entry »
An expansion for the action RPG, Mount & Blade, introduces firearms and explosives. Read the rest of this entry »
Check out these screens to see what Alma’s Presence can do to your average neighbourhood family store.
A new trailer to get you excited about the launch of this PSP Strategic RPG on February 25th.
Coming to the PSP this Spring. Read the rest of this entry »
The Behemoth launch a new Pink Knight for Castle Crashers on PSN, with all proceeds going to Breast Cancer Research.
In his cardboard cut-out world, a noble fearless knight travels his cardboard cut-out trail in search of frightened orphans, damsels in distress, and the occasional princess to save.On his path lurk unspeakable dangers – hideous monsters, hellfire, and dark bottomless pits – that YOU have to overcome.” Read the rest of this entry »
CTA Digital do some fantastic stuff for consoles and PC’s amongst other stuff and is great value for money. We know about overheating consoles here at GGUK, that’s why we’ll loving these two peripherals for avid Xbox gamers who care about keeping their console protected and cool. The Cooling Fan Console Stand cools the main console plus provides controller storage, while the Carrying Case makes traveling with your system safe and easy. Read the rest of this entry »
LEGO seems to be everywhere when it’s related to LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean. Jack Sparrow seems forever in the limelight. Just recently Disney unveiled this new Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides toy line, as well as a life-sized LEGO of Jack Sparrow. TheÂ amazing sculpture took about 200 hours to create, and stands 6 feet tall and was made out of 150,000 of the famous LEGO bricks. Read the rest of this entry »