The Escapist has posted this year's Developer Showdown bracket, pitting the industry's top developers against each other in the style of an NCAA College Basketball March Madness bracket, and Telltale is in the running. That's not all though, filling out your own bracket by voting with your picks enters you to win some cool prizes too! We want you guys to vote for us in this year's tournament!
All you need to do is login to your The Escapist account (or create a new one or login using Facebook) and start voting for your favorite developers; the cut-off date for voting is March 14. Once you've filled out your bracket, you're all set.
Go check out this year's bracket and place your vote for Telltale Games now!
I feel bad for TT vs. Bioware, but they put Rovio (who's only claim to fame is Angry Birds, although quite a one at that) against Square Enix. Square. Seriously. Likewise with Team Meat (of Super Meat Boy fame)/ Blizzard and Nintendo/ Mojang (Minecraft's team). Something tells me they're trying to kick the indie developers out early.
The only one I see that's even a decent first-round fight is Double Fine vs. Valve. That's a tough call, but something tells me TF2 fanboys are going to have a field day with it.
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Da Mario is noted for its flavorful game specialties and excellent Florentine-style dishes (meats marinated in olive oil with fresh herbs and garlic and lightly grilled). The rich bounty of meats available during hunting season makes this a memorable choice, but even if you aren't feeling game (sorry), you'll find this a convivial and quintessentially Roman trattoria. A good beginning is the wide-noodle pappardelle, best when served with a caccia (game sauce) or with chunks of coniglio (rabbit), available only in winter.
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Comment by gilau
March 10, 2011, 6:23 pm
Nintendo 3DS functions:
Upper screen can show 3D images without the need for special glasses.
3D effect is adjustable with 3D Depth Slider. Possible to make the image 2D.
Stereo Camera to take 3D photos: With the two lenses outside, 3D pictures can be taken and seen on the spot.
New Control Interface: Circle Pad, Motion Sensor, Gyro Sensor
SpotPass: While Nintendo 3DS is in sleep mode, it automatically detects Nitendo Zone and certain wireless access points to receive information, game data, free software, pictures, etc from the Internet without input from consumers.
Some of the best level designs of any 3D platformer Beautiful, colorful graphics Controls work just about flawlessly in nearly every situation Soundtrack is a delight Lots of stages and tons of stars to find and collect.
A couple of Mario's special suits can be frustrating to use Minimal amount of story doesn't tie everything together especially well.
Here is the game that Wii owners have been pining for, a game that has tons of appeal for both the less experienced player and the longtime gamer.
Dukematch and Team Dukematch are the usual deathmatch modes, while Hail to the King is this game’s iteration of the standard king of the hill mode seen in other first-person shooters. There will also be a variant of capture the flag known as Capture the Babe. This mode is the most unique because, while it still requires you to capture a “flag” (in this case, a babe), you’ll have to deal with a screaming woman as you try to take her back to your base.
In keeping with the series’ crude humor, gamers who capture the babe will be able to calm her down by slapping her when she starts getting out of hand. That’s a spin on capture the flag if I ever saw one. Admittedly, I find this element kind of comical, though it’s likely there will be plenty of criticism toward this aspect of the game from the more uptight breed of gamers.
If you want to take a gander at some screens from OXM featuring details on Duke Nukem Forever, be sure to check them out on duke4.net. Duke Nukem Forever will launch on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC this May. We’ll know whether or not it’s good to be the king in a few short months.
The business of Gaming online and PC games seems to be growing huge, the gaming arena have brought in a change to the technology world. Recently Guinness book of records released a Gamer Edition of the list of best Games 2009 which included the 50 top games based on the number of copies sold and the demand of the game by the Gamers.
16:9 Support: Also listed as "Widescreen Support", this listed feature lets you know that a game can take advantage of modern widescreen TVs. Whereas old televisions were a squarish 4:3, the new TVs on the market are almost twice as wide as they are tall for a broader picture presentation. Games that offer a 16:9 mode fit the image to the entire widescreen picture without straining or distorting the image, while games without the feature will either stretch the picture or have black bars on the sides of the screen to blank out the space not used.