"Rowdy" Roddy Piper Reported Dead at 61
Showing results 90-109 of 109
This month's Roundup highlights releases including "Resistance 2," "Gears of War 2," "Call of Duty: World at War," "World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King," "Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe" and more.
CBR speaks with Treyarch's Garrett Young, Executive Producer of the hotly anticipated "Quantum of Solace" video game, which gives players the chance to be James Bond in a game based on the "Call of Duty 4" engine.
CBR News speaks with Wes Yanagi, Senior Producer on the in-progress "DC Universe Online" massively multiplayer online role-playing game, which comes with contributions from Jim Lee and Geoff Johns.
CBR sits down with A2M and Activision to learn more about "Transformers: Animated: The Game" for the NIntendo DS, the first Transformers game to make Cybertron a playable level.
Spark Unlimited CEO Craig Allen talks to CBR about "Legendary," the innovative new first-person shooter that sees Pandora's Box opened on an unsuspecting modern world that must defend itself from beasts of myth.
This month's Roundup highlights releases including "Ninjatown," "Little Big Planet," "Dead Space," "Spider-Man: Web of Shadows," ""Fable 2," "Guitar Hero World Tour," and much more.
EA Community Manager Ben Swanson talks to CBR News about "No Known Survivors," a new web series expanding on the backstory of the hugely anticipated "Dead Space" video game.
CBR sits down with Tim O'Neil, Shaba Games' Lead Gameplay Programmer, to talk about the innovative gameplay of October's "Spider-Man: Web of Shadows," and to get a hint as to what playable characters have yet to be revealed.
TT Games Managing Director Tom Stone talks to CBR about "LEGO Batman," detailing its development, design advances, gameplay, story, and why it may be the best game yet for Batman fans.
In this first edition of a new monthly feature, CBR Games Roundup highlights some of the most enticing games released this month across all platforms, including "LEGO Batman," "Infinite Undiscovery," "Spore" and more.
Senior Producer Hans Lo talks to CBR News about Midway's "Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe" game, which now includes Deathstroke and Wonder Woman.
Senior Producer Chuck Beaver talks to CBR News about Electronic Arts' "Dead Space" -- the new horror/sci-fi video game for which Image is producing a tie-in comic-- about its auspicious influences and innovative design.
One of the most popular video games of the NES era, "Bionic Commando" gets a facelift and will be re-released this month for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 owners. CBR News has the lowdown on what fans can expect.
Antony Johnston is the writer for the "Dead Space" comic series, a prelude to the highly anticipated video game due out this October. CBR News recently spoke with Johnston about the unique project.
It's a good to be a Wee Ninja, with the Devil's Due comic in stores this week and a Nintendo DS game coming in October. We spoke with creator Shawn Smith and game maker Brandon Curiel about all things "Ninjatown."
CBR News was at E3 this week to see the new trailer for "Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe" and listen to Midway Creative Director Ed Boon talk about the game, its innovations, and what level of ultra-violence fans can expect.
Superstar comics creator Jim Lee introduced attendees of E3 to the world of "DC Universe Online," the new massively multiplayer online game from Sony Online Entertainment, and we have the trailer and screenshots.
CBR speaks with Richard Foster of Krome about "Hellboy: The Science of Evil," a new game based on the films & comics featuring the voices of Ron Perlman and Selma Blair, with direction from Mike Mignola and Guillermo del Toro.
The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art held its annual MoCCA Art Festival in Manhattan last weekend, and CBR News was there to take in the sights and speak with organizers and professionals in attendance.
CBR speaks with SEGA's Erica Mason about "The Incredible Hulk" video game. In stores now, the game combines elements from the film and the comics, allowing gamers to play as Red Hulk and other versions.