On this week's episode of everyone's favourite comedy gaming podcast Saint & Greensie, the lads discuss the silent protagonist.
Your eyes do not deceive you! THQ have deemed Homefront enough of a success to give you a sequel, but this time FPS veterans Crytek will be behind the helm. This can only be a step up for series and it will be interesting to see where the team behind Crysis take the series. “Selecting Crytek to […]
After any tragedy, it seems gaming is never far away from. Often it has absolutely nothing to do with the sad events, but people need someone to blame, understandably so. The events in Norway left the entire world mourning a genuine set of tragic events, and it seems that Norwegian retailer “Coop” have taken the […]
As per usual, monday morning sees the reveal of the current UK charts. This week we have a new number one in the form of Crysis 2. Proving that we all love a good LEGO game, LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars jumps straight in at the number two position! Homefront didn’t fare too […]
It’s time for the regular Monday morning GodisaGeek podcast. This week sees Adam, Calvin and Aryel joined by Aaron! That’s right folks, this is a triumphant return for the Sully-Van! Nintendo have just released the 3DS, and we as a group decide if we are going to be in for a shiny new console on […]
Better late than never, this week the UK Charts have yet another newcomer in the top spot, this time in the form of Homefront! We scored it a reasonable 7/10 in our recent review. Dragon Age II drops to number 2, whilst the two Pokemon titles (Black & White) remain in the top 5. Shogun […]
Happy Monday everyone! The podcast returns to normal this week, with Asim Tanvir back at the helm, joined by Adam Cook, Calvin Robinson and Tony Windebank. Last week was Video Game BAFTA week, so we take a look at some of the main categories, run down the winners and nominees, telling you who we’d have […]
Game: Homefront Developer: Kaos Studios Publisher: THQ Available on: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC (Xbox 360 version reviewed) Home is where the war is, that is what the marketing campaign for Homefront would have you believe. With a rich tapestry of fiction behind it (including a novel by John Milius), Homefront creates an entirely […]