Content about Christmas


Know what we don't see too much of anymore?  2-D platformers.  Granted, we did just get Rayman Origins last year, which is absolutely fantastic (and $20 at Toys R' Us if you somehow missed out), but we mean like the classic platformer, the kind where you could go about your journey, collecting stuff and beating enemies with combos.  Well, Square Enix and TikGames have brought that feeling back with ScaryGirl, and while it's got its problems, it's still a haunting good time.


If a Caped Crusader pounding the living crap isn't enough to get you in the holiday mood, honestly, nothing is. Batman: Arkham City is no doubt one of the best games of the year, and to celebrate its forthcoming domination over the holiday season, Rocksteady Studios has announced a few goodies and DLC deals for fans of the Dark Knight.  Hey, beats having Christmas with the Joker, doesn't it?


Finally...the wait may soon be over.  After many months of speculation in the "will they, won't they" sense and news about continuous add-ons for the game, we've finally gotten word when Star Wars: The Old Republic will fly out of Bioware's camp and onto computers everywhere.  It turns out that the wait won't be that long at all...and many Jedi fans will be happy come Christmas morning.

One of the most talked about films of 2010, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, is taking a bite out of the home entertainment market. Summit has released a Two-Disc Special Edition DVD, Single Disc Blu-ray, Single Disc DVD, and Blu-ray/DVD Combo amidst launch parties for Twihards. Actor Michael Welch, who has starred in all three Twilight films alongside Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, and Kristen Stewart, talks about his own videogame background and why fans haven’t yet seen a Twilight game in this exclusive video interview.