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Oh Ea, You Wag. | May 7, 2008 at 09:32 AM

Fantastic news!

EA Sports boss Peter Moore has lifted the lid on the new All Play range of Wii software and another new brand titled Freestyle.

The artist formerly known as Microsoft's corporate vice president of interactive entertainment made the announcements at a press event in Vancouver. He spoke about how the games market has evolved, and how his new paymasters plan to exploit the emerging opportunities.

"As we look at the make-up of the new consumer coming in, it's very important to us at EA Sports that we have the ability to have something for them that really allows them to pick up and play and have fun immediately, while at the same time not forgetting our core consumer," Moore observed.

"Our games can be too hard sometimes. And while we have no intention whatsoever in dumbing down the experience we all love and that is driving a multi-billion dollar business for us here at EA Sports, we still have an issue here of approachability."



Hilarious stuff. The last difficult game they made was for the Amiga.

Cheers http://www.euro...ticle_id=137372

What's Missing From Your Life? | April 23, 2008 at 09:38 PM

Not getting enough gadgets with faces?

http://www.idio...erman-rice.html

How about pics of embarrassingly old mobile phones?

http://www.idio...king-phone.html

Perhaps you're lacking extremely dedicated perusal of almost-porn promotional images?

http://www.idio...lder-twins.html

Or maybe you're just missing some underage phone-fondling filth?

http://www.idio...ge-holding.html

Whatever you need, http://www.idiottoys.com has it all.

Cloverfield | April 23, 2008 at 06:58 PM

Tricky one this, as I don't want to spoil it for anyone who's not seen it. Quite enjoyable, good addition to the genre, though the shaky camerawork gave me a bit of a headache and the audio was quite obviously far too good.

A sequel is rumoured. I hope they don't. The film does leave a lot of questions unanswered, but that works in its favour, mostly.

Pigs, Tha Lotta Ya! Pigs! | April 23, 2008 at 04:32 PM

If she likes puzzle games, mate, point her in the direction of Professor Layton and the Curious Village.

http://www.play...on-70-28u2.html

20 quid. And it's top.

As for Hogs of War, I love it. Recently picked up a second-hand copy for PC except it doesn't bloody work. Gah!

Pigs, Tha Lotta Ya! Pigs! | April 21, 2008 at 11:22 PM

Let me know if any of this sounds familiar:

Conquering Saustralasia, in the Pigsific Ocean. Commander IP Grimly. Rik Mayall doing funny voices. "Get orf moi laawnd!"

No?

Then you never played Hogs of War, you swine! Imagine a 3D Worms, but with pigs, and you're there.

Good thing there's a sequel coming to DS, Wii, PS2 and PC.

http://www.pock...news.asp?c=6514

The Littlest Nazi | March 7, 2008 at 11:50 AM

After seeing this image http://www.acti...zis_warning.jpg I wrote a TV series entitled The Littlest Nazi.

It follows the adventures of Adolf, the eponymous hero, and his friends Heinrich (the obligatory speccy four-eyes), Joseph (very slick, popular with the girls), Hermann (the obligatory fat boy), and Eva (the obligatory girl), as they fight against the sinister Semitic hordes of Oskar the Jew, armed only with a side of bacon and a string of sausages.

Reckon the BBC will be interested?

Death Proof | February 27, 2008 at 03:35 PM

He does love his conversational dialogue, doesn't he? It didn't half slow the film down, which was a bit of a shame really, cos the car chases were ace.

Kurt Russell sobbing when things didn't go his way was also amusing.

Lego Indy | February 23, 2008 at 02:46 PM

Zey are to be replaced vis an "anonymous genocidal, occultist, trenchcoat-wearing master-race." Apparently.

Zounds a little veak to me but ve cannot have ze kiddies playink Nazi characters.

Death Proof | February 23, 2008 at 02:42 PM

It's what women do.

Doomsday! | February 13, 2008 at 09:23 PM

http://www.doomsdayiscoming.com

Trailer up for the next Neil (Dog Soldiers, The Descent) film. Can't wait, meself. Rhona Mitra may not be the world's best actress, but I think she should be able to pull this one off. Also starring Bob 'Gruff' Hoskins and 'Mental' Malcolm McDowell, Sean 'Pert' Wee and I think I saw Darren Morfitt in there (Spoon in DogS).

Fingers well and turly crossed.

Lego Indy | February 12, 2008 at 08:36 PM

http://www.euro...rticle_id=92456

Looks like a good 'un. Love the stubble, even if it is a bit ginger-beard-ish.

Shame there'll be no Lego Nazis, though!

Empirical Gaming | January 30, 2008 at 11:55 PM

I think one of the things I like best about this game is the range of options that are open to you.

For instance, a large enemy army doesn't have to be met with a large army of your own. You can decapitate it by assassinating the enemy general, nuke it, airstrike it, respond with a smaller force armed with nukes, etc.

And the same can (and will) be done to you.

Amazing | January 27, 2008 at 08:26 PM

cyke and Pete brought the best of the old articles from the old TLO to the glory of the new TLO, if you have a dig around you should see them (mostly in the Games section I reckon).

Welcome back, even if it's not tecnically the same site.

New Article | January 26, 2008 at 08:35 PM

It's got a title and everything, honest! And screenshots! And some really nice artwork from some genuinely talented artists!

http://www.thel...mpirical-gaming

It's about Armageddon Empires, by the way. That indie turn-based strategy game from Cryptic Comet, the games company that is really one man, a lone wolf.

No Country For Old Men. | January 13, 2008 at 01:33 PM

Is it possible for the Coens to make a bad film? I suppose, technically it is, but this isn't it.

Josh Brolin (aged a bit since The Goonies!) finds $2 million amidst a corpse-littered drug deal gone wrong out in the desert, and gets chased by an implacable killer, Mexican drug dealers and the law, in the form of a ponderous Tommy Lee Jones.

Good film, a truly menacing bad guy for once, and pretty light on the usual sense of humour that pervades the Coens' work. Jones' performance reminds me of him in The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, though the similarities are only vague. Cracking stuff, bloody good book as well.

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