Top Spin 4 Review(Xbox360)

Written by igcompany on Saturday, 30 July 2011 17:14.

Top Spin 4 redefines the way you experience the game of tennis.  Intuitive controls make gameplay immediately accessible yet deep and rewarding for the tennis experts who want to plan their strategy, target their opponent's weaknesses and become an unstoppable force on the court.  The most feature-rich title of the Top Spin franchise, Top Spin 4, puts you front and center of the professional tennis experience with the deepest player roster to date complete with 2K's Signature Style, an enhanced Player Creator with NEW Coaching and Development systems, an incredibly immersive Career mode, all-new visually stunning TV Broadcast presentation elements, and a fully online World Tour Mode.  Do you have what it takes to rise above the competition and become #1 in the world?

REAL TENNIS - See, feel, and hear everything the pros do in a real tennis match.  Watch as your player moves and swings exactly like its real life counterpart thanks to the addition of over 4,000 more Signature Style animations.  As you rally with an opponent in a crucial point, listen as the crowd builds with intensity due to all-new crowd FX. From the life-like visuals of the world’s best players, to the faithful recreation of the world’s most hallowed courts and the unparalleled authenticity of the on-court gameplay, Top Spin 4 provides a breathtaking tennis experience.

INNOVATIVE CONTROLS - Immediately accessible for newcomers yet deep and rewarding for the tennis experts, intuitive game controls now allow gamers of any skill level to target their opponent’s weaknesses & become an unstoppable force on the court.

THE DEEPEST PLAYER ROSTER TO DATE - Featuring 25 of the world’s top pros and legends, all accurately replicated with 2K’s award winning Signature Style that incorporates player specific outfits, appearances, swing styles, behavioral AI, and celebrations.

NEW TV BROADCAST STYLE PRESENTATION - All-new visually stunning broadcast elements bring tennis to life like never before with pre-match animation sequences, diverse crowd reactions & audio effects, dynamic broadcast style camera angles, and much more.


Fallout: New Vegas - Collector's Edition Preview

Written by ShootBlood on Monday, 09 August 2010 22:42.

Fallout: New Vegas Collector's Edition

This edition was announced on May 11th, 2010. Here is the Preview!

When you look at the image above, you'll find out that the game's Limited Edition offers you much more than the regular edition. Let's take a peak at the Collector's Edition.

This is what the Limited Edition contains:

- "Lucky 7" Poker chips; Each of the seven poker chips represent chips from the major casinos found on the New Vegas strip and troughout the Mojave Wasteland.

- A fully customized Fallout: New Vegas deck of cards; Each card in the pack has been uniquely illustrated to depict characters and factions found within the game. Use the cards to play games such as Poker, Blackjack or Caravan an original card game that was created by Obsidian Entertainment, especially for Fallout: New Vegas.

- A recreation of the game's highly coveted "Lucky 38" Platinum Chip.

- A hardcover graphic novel "All Roads"; It tells you the story of some of the characters and events that lead up to Fallout: New Vegas. "All Roads" was written by Chris Avellone, the game's creative director, and created in conjuction with Dark Horse Comics.

- The Making of Fallout: New Vegas DVD; This documentary DVD will contain exclusive video content, including interviews with the developers in which they take you from concept to creation and discuss topics such as story, setting, legacy of the Fallout franchise and more!

What will this Collector's Edition cost?

Well.. in the United States the PS3 and Xbox360 versions will cost about $80,00 and the PC version $70,00.

The European PS3 and Xbox360 versions will cost about €80,00-€90,00 and the PC version €70,00-€80,00.

When does this game comes out?

The game will be released in the U.S. on October 19th, 2010 and in Europe on October 22th, 2010.

It often happens, that the European versions come out the same time as the U.S. versions.


More info soon, stay tuned!






Written by Publisher: ShootBlood

Splintercell Chaos Theory review

Written by Blackjack on Saturday, 24 July 2010 09:22.

In Chaos Theory to the gamers back to a Sam Fisher still in its old familiar night-vision goggles and high-tech gadgets combats with terrorists, even starting the first cracks between Sam and his department already visible. International conflict between Japan, China and North Korea plays in the background (which is also happening in 2008).

Sam Fisher is reason enough for the most different places to send this mess to fix. In terms of levels the game is pretty diverse. The Splinter Cell series is known for its exquisite graphics, but we obviously do have a title for the original Xbox, not Xbox 360. The result is mixed. The cutscenes are reasonable, the menus and briefings eyes rather thin, but the ingame graphics are surprisingly well preserved.

Multiple Routes

In terms of gameplay is that Chaos Theory was the first game that offers more freedom in the Splinter Cell formula. Depending on your playing style you can choose a different equipment (eg more ammunition with which you have). Still running this particular Splinter Cell to infiltrate undetected. Caution is therefore required. There is plenty to steal and investigations and a lot of interaction with objects in the background. There are also several roads that lead to your goal.
Which route you choose, opponents and obstacles are always there. The AI of the opponents is smart, but not too. In the dark, you come away with a lot of good action, but in the light you vulnerable. Terrorists summon and sharp shooting. First strike is a must.

Moreover, Sam nimble enough enemies quickly, quietly and stylish the silence. The exciting storyline and diversity of missions and environments ensure that Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory you still can enjoy hours.

Red Dead Redemption Screenshots(Xbox 360)

Written by on Friday, 25 June 2010 11:27.

For those of you who didn't had the chance to see in-game-screenshots till now or are wishing to buy this game we prepared for you some screenshots:

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James Bond Quantum of Solace

Written by Blackjack on Tuesday, 10 November 2009 20:32.

James Bond: Quantum of Solace is the first James Bond game from Activision Blizzard's stable. The world's largest game publisher purchased the license a few years ago when Electronic Arts and Activision's own revealed that Call of Duty 4 engine would be used as the basis for this game, of course, what the expectations that drove up.

Unfortunately, noted that both the Quantum of Solace James Bond license as the Call of Duty 4 engine is not optimized. Developer Treyarch Although the most spectacular scenes from both Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace used here to a game of it, but this causes a loose connection of fragments, so there is absolutely no question of an ongoing story. This is also due to the fact that, especially for a movie game, very few processes are in cutscenes. Of course you do not constantly discouraged by the gaming annoying cutscenes, but in Quantum of Solace had it a few more may be.

As a player you will walk from one another in battle. First on your own, then clean with a Bond girl by your side and ten minutes later you are suddenly alone. Some players might see this accumulation of Bond-cool moments as a downside, but many others would prefer to be guided by a coherent story. However positive the fact that the developers have managed to snare real actors for the voice-overs to speak. You hear really Daniel Craig as Bond, Olga Kurylenko as Camille and Judi Dench as the gruff M.

On the other hand shamelessly play short. In less than five hours shoot you through the entire single player campaign there and when you select a lower difficulty level you rolling course through faster. The drive to the game again to play is not present. I give the fun factor of this game a 8/10, graphical a 8/10!

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