Category: Game Preview

This Week in Gaming – Week ending on May 4th, 2012

A weekly digest of all things gaming curated by Dani, GamerGal (@RoyalFlushGal) on RFMag.com. This week, Royal Flush takes a look at the week that was as everyone gets excited for the week ahead. This week… Modest Law shared his interview with Airtight Game’s Kim Swift.Check it out here! Skyrim gets Kinect Support – See More » SQUARE ENIX | THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY | New Screenshots – See More » Max Payne 3 Multiplayer Downloadable Content...

This week in gaming – Week Ending in 4/27

(For the week ending in April 27th) Royal Flush Magazine’s GamerGal runs through all the gaming news for the week that was as we prepare for the week ahead. This Week we run through: Quick Hits – Featuring Quantum Conundrum Hijinks, Extra Credit discusses gaming harassment, and Adam Sessler leaves G4 Daily Breakdown – Featuring Max Payne, Ghost Recon, FIFA, Hitman, and more! In case you missed ‘em… – Run through on the latest from the staff at Royal Flush Magazine Let’s get started!

Red Vs Blue Season 10 to Feature Elijah Wood

No, not the Venezuelan look alike either; the real, nine fingered, ring toting Elijah Wood will be featured on Red vs. Blue as the A.I. Stegma. In other neat Rooster Teeth news the gaming comedy just announced their one billionth view on YouTube. “Hitting one billion views was a confusing moment for us. We had heard the number ‘one billion’ before in conversation, but we didn’t think it actually existed. As everyone knows, the highest number...

Walking Dead Release Trailer

I can’t speak for everyone here at Royal Flush, but I like Walking Dead; the zombie violence, human drama… unlike most zombie works, the world of Walking Dead feels like it could really happen. I also enjoy Tell Tale and Adventure games, I case you didn’t notice from my favorable reviews of  Sam and Max from literally forever ago. The Walking Dead the game is a new story in the comic universe and will be broken up into five...

In case you missed it, here’s this week in gaming (Week ending 4/20/12)

In the week that ended with bad jokes about 420, it was pretty uneventful. A few games were announced for 2013. And betas were opened for all the world to see. We also got a brief walkthrough of Pax East from our very own Steph, who was featured on Xplay! So, let’s look at the week that was, in case you missed it!  

PAX East Abridged Series

A week ago I found myself standing shoulder-to-shoulder with my fellow nerds as we waited for our second performance for the night to begin. If you have never been to PAX (either East or Prime), then you are truly missing out on a phenomenal experience where you meet the thousands of best friends you never knew you had. You find yourself throwing shame away and getting lost in the thrilling excitement that flows through your...

It’s Official: “Halo 4” hits stores Nov 6, 2012

Minutes ago I got the word that Halo 4‘s release date is now officially set. This November 6th, Halo fans will finally be able to get their hands on the next installment in the popular franchise. Additionally, tonight (April 17th, 2012), Conan O’Brien will help celebrate this fall’s launch of Halo 4 with a special segment on CONAN on TBS at 11 p.m. PDT/10 p.m. CDT. Curious? Well, be sure to tune in and check out http://www.teamcoco.com...

Quantum Conundrum Preview

Fans of Portal, thirsty for a new first person puzzler this year need not fear, Quantum Conundrum by Airtight Games and Square Enix is here to fill that void (or should I say, Portal) in your heart.  You play as a quiet 12 year old boy visiting your Uncle Professor Fitz Quadwrangle, you are tasked to save your Uncle from his latest experiment gone bad using his last invention, the Interdimensional Shift Device. This glove...

Modest Law’s PAX East’er Weekend Round Up!

 So PAX East’er weekend as come and gone and while you were out macking on chocolate eggs and jelly beans, I was out being awesome! (And by awesome, I mean nearly crippling myself with the amount of walking and driving I did this week) Through the rest of the week I‘ll go into greater detail on games I got to spend some significant time with: games like Transcript, Quantum Conundrum, Sleeping Dogs, and more! But...

Halo 4’s Mystery Composer Revealed

Halo 4 is shaping up nicely, don’t you think? Microsoft and 343 Industries announced today that “contemporary music icon Neil Davidge of Massive Attack fame to compose the score for Halo 4“. Don’t know who Massive Attack is? Well, do you remember the theme to House? Check out the video below for a sneak peek on Neil’s approach to Halo 4’s soundtrack… Be sure to visit the Halo Waypoint blog to read a blog post by Tojima...

Assassin’s Creed III Concept Art & Screenshots

Assassin’s Creed III was announced early this month and I’m not going to lie: I need a lot of convincing. I love that the Assassin’s Creed franchise was set in a period that wasn’t covered in a Call of Duty title. But with the understanding that with each numbered title, we are actually playing through a different ancestor’s memories where for some reason it took three games to go through Ezio’s memories but whatever. Let’s forget...