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Video Thirst: Mass Effect 3 Live Action Trailer Goes Hard, Earth Under Siege

by Ernice Gilbert on June 9th, 2011, under E3, E3 2011, EA Partners, Hot, News, PC, PS3, Xbox 360

EA’s released a live action trailer for upcoming action/rpg title Mass Effect 3, one that goes bold on action, and hard on earth. It’s a must buy, I reckon; destined to win some GoTY awards next year. You’ve got to see this.

Video Thirst: Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker Gets PS3/360 Gameplay Vid

by Ernice Gilbert on June 9th, 2011, under E3, E3 2011, Konami, News, PS3, Xbox 360

By now you should know that Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker will be coming to PS3 and Xbox 360, and will be included in the Metal Gear Solid HD Collecton. It’s one of the best games in the PSP’s library and one all MGS fans should buy. Check out some console footage below the break.

Video Thirst: New Battlefield 3 Multiplayer Trailer Released

by Ernice Gilbert on June 9th, 2011, under E3, E3 2011, EA Partners, FPS, Hot, News, PC, PS3, Xbox 360

DICE sure knows how to tease us with these short multiplayer trailers of Battlefield 3, nonetheless it’s unlike anything you’ve seen.

IGN Lists Batman: Arkham City As PS3 Exclusive

by Ernice Gilbert on September 6th, 2010, under Hot, News, Rocksteady, Rumor, Square-Enix

Batman: Arkham City’s coming to the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, right?

Or so we thought.

IGN Slims Down, Team Xbox Founder Among Casualties

by Ernice Gilbert on March 17th, 2010, under industry news

The economy is on the rebound, but that’s not to say all is well. Companies still struggle and decisions must be made to keep business efficient. News Corp., the cooperation which owns Fox News is also the owner of IGN and apparently orders have been sent down from the top, demanding that IGN streamline its team.

Exactly that has been done, taking down some key figures in the process.

Rumor Thirst: Insomniac Games Going Multiplatform

by Ernice Gilbert on March 13th, 2010, under Insomniac Games

Ratchet & Clank developer, Insomniac Games, might be heading the way of the Xbox 360, if a “trusted” IGN source is to be believed.

Said source spoke to the website at GDC under the condition of anonymity.

Who Do You Trust With Game Reviews, The Big 3 Or Smaller Sites?


 
IGN, Gamespot and Game Trailers are considered as the three biggest gaming websites in the industry. They have millions of visitors each month and are considered the most important and reliable by many, including publishers, developers, console makers etc. But there seems to be a trend, a movement rather taking place; one that could be written under a headline dubbed “rebellion.” You see, whether it’s justified or not, gamers are moving away from the bigger sites and closer to the smaller ones especially when they want an unbiased game review. So here’s the question: are you one of them? The reasons for this are not too hard to find.