You just haven't lived until you've seen Paris at night. The molten, orange lights. The glowing billboards. Flying police cars in the rain. The wind turbines over the River Seine. What? That doesn't sound like the Paris you've heard about? Oh, sorry — I must be thinking of crazy cyberpunk Paris.
Michael "Skimbal" Curry has honed in on the best use ever for the budding 3D printing technology: recreating Mario Kart's much loved (or hated, depending on what side of the shell you're on) turtley projectile. The Turtle Shell Racers are small, remote controlled and oh my god my fingers don't work anymore I just want one.
There's a lot to get excited for in id Software's Rage. One thing Xbox 360 owners won't enjoy? Rage ships on two discs and has a whopping 21-22GB game install size.
Blizzard's VP of Online Technologies, Robert Bridenbecker, has waded into the hot water of the PR pool to try and quell the negative response to the game developer's decision to make Diablo 3 online-only. He says the company is surprised over the furor, and dropped a surprise of his own: piracy apparently didn't influence the decision.
When it comes to games, we're pretty selective about what we write up here on DVICE. Usually, we stick to the hardware. That said, id Software — the company behind Doom and Quake — is known for pushing the technical limits of what video games have to offer, and when we were invited to check out the first two hours of Rage, we definitely jumped at the chance. What follows are our impressions of the game you'll be playing. Read: how it actually plays. We love going into a game fresh, surprises and all, and as such we're going to skip any plot details. Click on in to read all about how Rage handles — though bear in mind any of this can change between now and October, when the game is slated for release — and check out our gallery below to see some all-new screenshots of the game.
In a move sure to be divisive, video game giant Blizzard announced that Diablo 3, the decade-later sequel in its popular dungeon hacking franchise, will require players to have a steady Internet connection to play. Read: no singleplayer for you unless you're online.
Harrison "Volpin" Krix has got the skills to pay the bills. We've highlighted quite a lot of his work here: a beautiful Portal gun from Valve's Portal series, a Daft Punk helmet that'll have you jealous for days all over again, and another sci-fi game gun, a laser rifle from Fallout 3. Let us dilly dally no longer — a gallery awaits!
Mark Hamill recently announced that his portrayal of the Joker in the upcoming Batman: Arkham City game will be the last time he'll play this signature role. Hamill's voice work in both animation and gaming is diverse and striking enough for some of us to ask, "Luke who?" We honor his limber larynx with a rundown of his best roles that aren't him playing the Joker, as that's obviously his best — and pretty much just the best ever.
Summer means big movies, popcorn, and superheroes. It also means those same heroes will be battling against virtual injustice in new video games bearing their names. There are several coming out this summer, but will any of them stand against the greatest superhero video games of all time? You'll have to find out on your own when you strap on your pixellated boots or polygoned capes and fight crime yourself.
If you have a savings account you keep in case of a rainy day, now would be a good time to cut off your access to it.