The TrueGameHeadz crew had a chance to check out a “Rhythm Heaven” event last week at the DJ Scratch Academy in New York City last week. Today we’ve got a much more in-depth look at the event, as well as some words from the Director of Nintendo’s PR group Marc Franklin, about the history of the game, and just what gamers can expect when they pick up “Rhythm Heaven.” Read the rest of this entry »
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We all know the book and now we’ll get to know the videogame! I had a chance to check out Guinness World Records The Videogame at a recent showing in New York. Needless to say, the game is a compilation of mini-games (which the Wii is now famous for), but this time around the games are actually good and fun. Guinness, as one would expect, uses the Wii-mote and nunchuck in a variety of different ways to try and replicate as close as possible some of the actions used to set the world records all of the min-games are based off of. Read the rest of this entry »
I was surprised to hear that people were calling “Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia” “the best Castlevania game since ‘Symphony of the Night.’” It’s not because “Ecclesia” is a bad game, but because it is the biggest departure from the traditions of the Castlevania series since, well… “Castlevania Judgment.” While “Order of Ecclesia” has the makings of a great game, it seems odd to have it bear the name “Castlevania” because it is so different than previous games, and that includes the 2D games that it most closely resembles. Again, what I played of the game wasn’t bad by any means… just different. Read the rest of this entry »
Introducing “Dropping This Week” where each week we’ll spotlight some of the hottest titles hitting the stores for that week across all the major platforms. Have you always wanted to play the bad guy in a Star Wars game? Or how about gettin’ busy on the mic? Well you’ll have your chance with the titles dropping this week! Check’em out below:
New lego adventure on the way first they recreated the whole Star Wars trilogy and then they touched every fanboy hearts with their version of the Indiana Jones trilogy. Now the Legos are at it again only this time in one of the darkest city ever created, were crime is on the loose and the cops turn to one caped crusader to help cleanse the streets of evil. Read the rest of this entry »
WOW is there anything that little DS system can’t do?! Since the release of the DS there has been many software made for it that necessarily isn’t a videogame. You have full cooking recipes, museum guided tours, Disney theme park guides, weight watching assistants and now a fully functional synthesized beat making machine. And as you’ll hear from the video below, this thing is hella impressive!
Everyone’s favorite female explorer is back! And doing what she does best, solving puzzles, raiding tombs and blasting the hell outta’ whatever gets in her way! In Lara Crofts latest adventure entitled Tomb Raider: Underworld,you’ll set off on a quest to find the hammer of the Norse god Thor (and no, not the marvel comics character).