Join Sara Underwood and Michael Kosta for a special Around The Net with a kayaking fail, a mean dolphin, a horrifying video of someone's behind, an awkward music video and a poor man on a motorcycle.
Dead or Alive 5 came to consoles in September 2012, but Team Ninja isn't done with the jiggle physics-powered fighter just yet. Next up for Dead or Alive 5: a PlayStation Vita-exclusive port called Dead or Alive 5 Plus.
Details are few at this point, but Team Ninja's Yosuke Hayashi revealed the title of this Sony portable-exclusive in a YouTube announcement posted on IGN Pro League's channel (via Joystiq). Hayashi also confirmed that an updated version of the console release (via a patch) -- presumably adding the Plus enhancements -- will be coming in 2013 as well.
Warner Interactive recently released a LEGO The Lord of the Rings game, but this stop-motion short film that re-creates the battle of Helm's Deep (via Kotaku) has nothing to do with the TT Games title. Brotherhood Workshop puts a humorous spin on a throwaway line of dialogue from the film adaptation of The Two Towers, and the result is sure to put a smile on your face.
Company of Heroes 2's first gameplay trailer "Turning Point" is here and man does it look great! Brutal, real time strategy combat in unforgiving weather conditions along the Eastern Front? I'm enlisting NOW. In Company of Heroes 2 you take command of the Soviet Red Army in bloody, front line warfare against those pesky Nazis. Quick thinking and quick mouse clicking are the keys to your success.
Not a key to success? Sending your tanks out onto the ice under heavy artillery fire. Check out the trailer for Company of Heroes 2 and find out why.
I don't think anyone was addicted to the first game more than me. Jeez, I'm in trouble when this game comes out. Let me know if you are too!
Attack of the Show may not be the Starship Enterprise but Matt Mira can pretend, right? Jonathan Frakes and LeVar Burton from Star Trek: The Next Generation join him in studio for the Blu-ray release of the acclaimed series' second season. Find out what happened at WizardCon and what they think about Matt's emergency transport system idea for awkward situations.
There's a holiday break approaching, which means you've got plenty of time to catch up on all those TV shows, web series and movies you've been meaning to watch. But where to start? Comedians Jonah Ray and Doug Benson sit down with Matt Mira to share their must-see picks, like the 30 on 30 documentaries, Channel 101 and more.
So what's on your list of what to watch?
The Collection Writer And Director Interview: Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton On Creating A Horror Sequel
Tucked among the holiday tentpole and Oscar bait movies opening at your local cinema this weekend is Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton’s gory little horror film The Collection. The Collection is a sequel to Dunstan and Melton’s 2009 film The Collector. In the original movie a burglar named Arkin, played by Josh Stewart (The Dark Knight Rises), robs a house that, unbeknownst to him, has been filled with deadly booby traps set by the titular Collector; a masked killer who delights in watching innocent people meet their demise in his traps. In The Collection, Arkin is blackmailed into helping a privately funded group of mercenaries rescue a young girl held hostage by The Collector in an abandoned hotel rigged with all manner of homemade death traps.
This week we had a chance to sit down with Dunstan and Melton (whose credits include writing Feast, Saw 4 – Saw 3D, and Piranha 3DD) and talk about having a sequel stand on its own two feet, navigating audience expectations, and why they chose to shoot a low budget movie on film instead of digital.
(Note: mild spoilers ahead)
Ah, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. Still the favorite GTA for many a fan of the series, myself included. There was just something about Tommy Vercetti's journey through the '80 era Miami spin-off that stuck with you. It was also Rockstar's first real crack at wrapping a significant story around one of its open world games, and the first of many subsequent successes. Oh how far we've come.
This trailer for the 10th Anniversary mobile release of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City takes a neon-washed stroll down memory lane. Think on all of the Hollywood star power that Rockstar secured for this one as you watch it. The developer's voice has been honed and fine-tuned in the years since, but there's something that continues to be very special even today about this follow-up to the industry-changing Grand Theft Auto 3.
GTA: Vice City 10th Anniversary Edition comes to iOS and Android mobile devices on December 6, 2012.
Injustice: Gods Among Us is absolutely chock full of DC characters. Today we got a brand new gameplay trailer that reveals legendary assassin Deathstroke. Deathstroke's got swords, he's got guns, and he's got karate kicks; the guy's the full action package. This game is shaping up to be a DC fanboy's dream. Check out Deathstroke's Injustice: Gods Among Us gameplay trailer:
I mean, who isn't in Injustice: Gods Among Us? Seriously, who's missing? I'm drawing a blank.
Atari's classic table tennis game Pong is celebrating its 40th (40th!?!) anniversary today (11/29) and Atari is honoring its highly regarded original IP by giving you gifts! Originally released in 1972, Pong was an almost overnight cultural sensation that firmly put videogames on the map. It also raked in money; upright cabinets grossed nearly $40 per day (unheard of at the time). In 1975 Atari's Home Pong console was released and grossed $40 million that holiday season alone. That Xbox 360 or PS3 in your home today owes a lot to Pong's tremendous success in 1972.
To celebrate Pong's 40th anniversary today Atari released Pong World, a free mobile Pong game for iOS, and they're giving away a limited edition Atari 2600-skinned Xbox 360 on their official Facebook page. Click that link, it's pretty sick.
Check out the Pong 40th Anniversary trailer below:
In the mood to play Pong right now? Guess what silly goose you can! Hit the jump to take on G4's table tennis game right now. No quarters necessary.
What's Jean-Claude Van Damme been up to? Filming Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning, obviously. Attack of the Show sent Andy Allo out to the set to learn more about movie from Van Damme, director John Hyams and the rest of the cast.
The Nikon D600 digital camera comes with a 24 megapixel full frame sensor, 1080p video recording and a sleeker HD-SLR body. Matt Mira and Candace Bailey put these features to the test for its Gadget Pr0n rating.
Find the full written review after the jump.
Metro: Last Light's brand new live-action trailer "The Model" introduces us to a former fashion model trying to survive in Moscow's underground metro system. I'm a betting man so I'll wager this week's paycheck that she's universally respected and things work out great for her. I mean, after the apocalypse who do people always turn to for leadership? Models! DUH. Let's check out this Metro: Last Light trailer and see if I'm right:
Yikes! Rough stuff, huh? That said, bullets are currency in Metro: Last Light and that dude made it rain! The Model will be ballin for weeks!
What'd you think?
Actress Elisabeth Harnois stopped by Attack of the Show last night for her TV show, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation but when a viral video featuring an efficient method of eating corn on the cob is shown earlier AND the crew has easy access to an assortment of power drills, you know what's going to happen. No? Just watch.
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