Daredevil Review

AICN's Moriarty has posted a review of Daredevil, the latest superhero flick to hit the big screen. The first part of the review is spoiler free so it's safe to peek.Writer/director Mark Steven Johnson deserves much fanboy love and mainstream crossover success for what he’s accomplished here.

Nokia Steps Up

Nokia is entering the handheld fray with the announcement of the N-Gage cell phone. Shaped similar to a GBA Nokia seems to think cell phone users want game playing devices that also act as unwieldy cell phones.The N-Gage is a half-moon-shaped device that measures 5.2 by 2 inches and is an inch thick. It has a 4,096-color active-matrix display and built-in camera for video and still images.

Daily Elysium: A Few Hours With Unreal 2

Despite another hectic day, I had a chance to sit down with Unreal 2 for a few hours yesterday. A hard decision, because Certis’ enthusiasm for the multiplayer element of the new Black Hawk Down demo nearly drove me away from my solemn duty to play games then talk here about those games.

Risky, Becoming a Jedi Is

Anyone who feels violent urges towards me after reading that headline is perfectly justified. I caught an interesting little bit in the Starwars Galaxies FAQ about becoming a Jedi in the upcoming MMORPG. Read on, it's a good one.

Black Hawk Down Demo & Impressions

I've always had a soft spot for the Delta Force series ever since my first online sniper fight. Folks liked to complain about the voxels but I always found they gave you a chance to actually hide instead of squatting in a bush and pretending the enemy can't see you like most games. There's a new Black Hawk Down demo out now and it clocks in at 132 megs.

Book Watch - Crossroads of Twilight

Since book 7 Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series has slowly mired itself deeper and deeper into a rut. Too many characters and sub-plots have ground the story down to a halting lurch where it seems to take 12 chapters to cover an event that should only take one.
Still slow on the news front, so I figured we could all take a moment out of our day to point and laugh at people who simply don't have a firm grasp on reality.  Rick Berman, executive producer of the most recent poorly written Star Trek movie, talked with SciFi Wire about the disappointing numbers for Nemesis' theatrical release.  Surprising as it may seem, particularly for those of you
Slow news morning so far, and IÂ'm just managing to ramp back up to speed following a singularly bizarre weekend. But, while weÂ've got a momentÂ's peace around here, IÂ'd like to take a moment to talk about a game that, until this past weekend, hadnÂ't been seared against my retinas for quite some time: Unreal Tournament 2003.

BF 1942 Version 1.3 Patch

This is normally something Elysium would cover but I think he's dead. Or he has a cold or something, I wasn't really paying attention. Anywho, the new Battlefield 1942 1.3 patch is out and you can grab the dedicated server patch here (69 megs) and the client side patch here. It weighs in at 47 megs and has oodles of changes, read on to see the list.

Two Peripherals Enter, One Peripheral Leaves

The question of the year seems to be "Why doesn't Freelancer support my $400 super flight stick pro with real pilot goggles?" Digital Anvil's Jorg Neumann attempts to explain their decision to support mouse-only gameplay in his latest developer diary over at Gamespy.