Archive for September 9th, 2012

Screenshots Of Need For Speed Most Wanted Online

Some beautiful screenshots have been posted for Need For Speed Most Wanted Online over at AllGamesBeta. Here’s one below:

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Check Out More Screens At AllGamesBeta

Source: AllGamesBeta

Black Mesa (Half Life Remake) Screens

Here’s a screenshot of the potential remake of Half Life, called Black Mesa, as seen on AllGamesBeta:

black mesa Black Mesa (Half Life Remake) Screens
Check Out More Screens At AllGamesBeta

Source: AllGamesBeta

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Dev Build Leaked

According to AllGamesBeta and other sites around the Internet, a development build of the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has been leaked and hacked. Activision released a statement saying it was a dev build and the retail version was never compromised.

cod bo2 logo Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Dev Build Leaked

Source: AllGamesBeta

New Super Mario Bros. U Screenshots

New screenshots of New Super Mario Bros. U have been seen around the Internet today, including over at AllGamesBeta. Check them out below:

 New Super Mario Bros. U Screenshots
More Screens At AllGamesBeta

Source: AllGamesBeta

Morning (Afternoon?) LOL

Yes I know technically it’s not morning now, but here’s something funny to check out anyways:

penny arcade comic Morning (Afternoon?) LOL

Source:  Penny Arcade

Daily Recap

Lots of good stuff on the site today. From reviews to previews, how to get a free game, the opening of the GameSaga Mega Store, and the debut edition of the GameSaga Podcast, and much more! Thanks for checking out the blog and for any and all comments. If you want to send in a news tip or give general feedback, feel free to E-mail Us. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook & follow us on Twitter.

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GameSaga Mega Store Now Open!

The GameSaga Mega Store is now open for business! Whether it’s the latest new releases or classic retro titles, you’ll find all kinds of games in the GameSaga Mega Store. And there’s plenty of other products to choose from as well all through what many view is the #1 web retailer in the world, Amazon.com. So head on over and check out the GameSaga Mega Store today!

Source: GameSaga Mega Store

GameSaga Podcast Episode 1

As promised here is the debut edition of the GameSaga Podcast.

zelda links awakening box GameSaga Podcast Episode 1
Download the show here!

 

GameFAQS – Latest FAQs & Walkthroughs

If you’re stuck in one of these games be sure to check out the latest FAQs & Walkthroughs over at GameFAQs.

Xbox 360

The Walking Dead: Episode 3 – Long Road Ahead

Playstation 3

Warriors Orochi 3 - Buy it at the GameSaga MegaStore!

Rainbow Moon

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD

Source: GameFAQs

Editorial – Game Prices & DLC

What is up with game prices & downloadable content (DLC)? Rumors the past few months suggest that Wii U games will be $60, like PS3 & 360 games are currently. And who knows, maybe Sony & Microsoft will raise prices on their next systems even higher? It wouldn’t shock me. Game prices aren’t that big a deal if the game has worthwhile content. But with the trend of companies leaving out things intentionally only to offer it as DLC the day of release, that sort of thing pisses me off. DLC is supposed to add to the original game, not replace parts of it. DLC is supposed to be the console version of expansion packs & content patches. Take a game like World of Warcraft. Imagine if Blizzard had only 2 or 3 classes available at release and made you pay $5-10 a piece for additional classes. That would be stupid and a ripoff. If you’re going to sell games for $60, they better include the whole game (yes I know WoW wasn’t $60, but the point still applies). DLC when done right benefits everyone, consumer, developer, and publisher. That means you don’t rush it out and you use it like an expansion pack in my opinion. Games that only have a few hours of content generally aren’t worth the $60 price tag. If you expect people to pay that much you need to give people their money’s worth.

Source: Personal Experience