Chest Tag

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 15 Apr 2015

You’re kicking ass, earning koin and they’re burning a hole in your pocket. So what do you do with the kurrency of Mortal Kombat X? You spend it baby, dealing your in-game bank account a Brutality. And you can deliver such a financial death-blow, in the Krypt. Yes sir, Mortal Kombat features a massive collection of concept art, extra moves and game modifiers, hidden away within various tombs. So here where you can find all the good stuff.

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 08 Dec 2012

Well Borderlands 2 certainly cleaned up nicely at the Spike VGAs last night. In celebration of all the love bestowed upon it, the crew at Gearbox Software are celebrating by handing out brand new Shift codes to the community, that’ll be active for the entire weekend. Want ‘em? Then click on through the jump and reclaim them!

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 26 Oct 2012

There’s nothing better in Borderlands 2, than that sweet moment when you get your hands on a rare gun. Maybe it’s a shotgun with the AI of a homicidal robot within it, asking you to kill more humans, or a revolver that could crack the planet with the sheer power behind each bullet fired. But you’d sooner see me hug a hipster than find one of those weapons. Unless you had a golden key for that special chest in Sanctuary, that is. Here’s how you can score some loot this weekend.

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 28 Sep 2012

Having a non-sexualised Dead or Alive game would be about as odd as a R3 note. The series has always been the domain of overly-sexualised characters and chest-related physics that were gleaned from an issue of Hustler. Dead or Alive 5 was actually going to step away from that design, but those plans were put on hold when the fans heard about them, and threw a prompt hissy fit, most likely chanting in unison, “MOAR BEWBS!”.

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 04 Jan 2012

With 2012 gearing up to be yet another banner year for gaming, one of the highlights on the horizon is Bioshock Infinite. The upcoming FPS takes place decades before the original games, and swops the objectivist underwater utopia setting for a paradise in the sky that is tainted with an ongoing civil war between factions.

Caught in the middle of that, is our main protagonist Booker, and Elizabeth, a naive yet wonderfully developed leading lady that accompanies players throughout their quest. So far, she’s been a hit with fans due to her emotional range and charming personality, but it seems that her well-developed chest has taken centre stage, much to Irrational Games Boss Ken Levines’ disappointment.