Well damn, that was fast. An intrepid YouTuber has gone ahead and remade that spectacular Grand Theft Auto V using its predecessor, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Pretty cool. Check it out above.
Well, today is the day. The trailer for Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V debuted this morning and it looks phenomenal. It also appears we’re headed to Los Santos, the Los Angeles-inspired setting of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Hit the jump to check it out.
Well folks, it’s official. After speculating yesterday on the validity of a press photo that seemed to show Firenze’s legendary assassin in the ranks of fighters for Soul Calibur V, we now have an official trailer announcing his arrival. As expected, it’s fairly badass. Check it out after the jump.
This photo, supposedly snapped at a Soul Calibur V press showing, cannot be validated or confirmed at the moment but it appears to show Ezio Auditore of Assassin’s Creed fame as an unlockable character. The Soul Calibur series likes to include cameos such of this in their games, and I don’t believe Soul Calibur V has announced any yet so this could be real. I hope it is. As soon as I find out whether it’s legit or not, you guys’ll be the first to know. Scout’s honor.
With it’s November release inching ever closer, publicity for the upcoming The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim just keeps rolling onward. Today is a very special day, however, as after the jump you can watch a twenty minute gameplay demo narrated by the title’s director, Todd Howard. It is simply jaw-dropping to watch and I cannot wait to get this in November. Hit the jump to check out all the goodies.
With the fall TV season descending upon us faster than you can say “Allons-y”, I’d like to take a look back at what I feel were some great shows that should not have had their final curtain call or were ended really poorly. Do you agree? Which show will you miss most? Hit the jump and discuss!
Why must November be so close, yet so far away? We’ve already shown you how far the character models in the Elder Scrolls series have come since 2006’s Oblivion and not only are the models in Skyrim the most beautiful the series has ever featured, they’re also the most varied and customizable. After the jump we have 20 different facial variations for each of the series’ races, and they’re definitely worth checking out.