Mars Tag

Posted by Matthew Figueira - 09 Oct 2014

Filthy Humble Bundle. There is one out every week with impossibly low prices that places strain on my (literally) poor and innocent wallet! I once knew a time where money was freely avail… ok that time never existed. We all have tight pockets, but these darn collections know how to pick them! Here’s the latest Humble Bundle, and it’s a good one.

Posted by Matthew Figueira - 06 Oct 2014

Just when you thought you had seen it all, this bit of news pops up. Do you like Pac-Man type mazes? What about laser beams? How about topless ladies… that happen to be half spider? Then Lesbian Spider-Queens of Mars might be the game you’ve been waiting for! Post is potentially NSFW, so enter at your own risk.

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 11 Sep 2014

Destiny is about a lot of things. Like being social, exploring the legends of Earth and crafting your own one in the vast cosmos around you. It’s also about owning the biggest, baddest and best guns in the solar system. The third rock from the sun has plenty of guns, but from the cold dark depths of Mars to the gaseous and unrelenting pressurised surface of another planet (No, not him), there are more to be found. And here’s where you can grab them.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 20 May 2011

The Red Faction series (intriguingly set on the red planet that taunts us with the prospects of extra-terrestrial life), though critically lauded, is an underappreciated one. Sure, it’s typically not the most graphically impressive, and its narrative has ranged from paper-thin to absolutely cheesy – but when it comes to the non-cosmetic destruction of terrain, Red Faction is second to none. Red Faction: Armageddon, from THQ’s Volition Inc dispenses with the open-word, sandbox gameplay from the previous title, becoming a more linear, story-focused game. It’ll still feature the same destructible environments you’ve come to love about the series, but will include a new signature weapon; the magnet gun. Its premise is simple; shoot at one object, then another – and those objects will be propelled towards each other. This introduces some very interesting gameplay mechanics when you couple it with the game’s terra-formation (and deformation).There’s also the brand new LEO exosuit, "a robotic suit with powerful weaponry whose biggest strength nonetheless appears to be its ability to crash through structures with little effort.” That sounds pretty gosh-darned awesome. There’s a demo available on Xbox Live (with one destined for PSN once the store’s back up), and a trailer after the jump for those who need a little more convincing.

Posted by Gavin Mannion - 25 Feb 2009

Well what do we have here? This snippet has been taken out of a magazine scan that I received a link to in my inbox.

I am not sure what language we have here but thankfully the headlines are in english, click on the image to enlarge.

The simple maths equation is

1080p + No Loading + Stable Framerate = God of War III