Alexis Ayala

Evil Megalomanical Super-Villain hell bent on taking over the world.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Facebook Unlock Challenge

Eidos-Montreal and Square Enix announced today that you, yes you now have the opportunity to unlock exclusive Deus Ex: Human Revolution assets by “Liking” and encouraging other organic life forms to “Like” the official Deus Ex Facebook page at facebook.com/DeusEx. As more users “Like” the page, over 90 exclusive updates including: new videos, behind-the-scenes f...

Little Indie: Hero to the Indie Game Scene

Do you foam at the mouth while obsessing about the emerging indie gaming scene? Do you wish these creative and raw games had a larger voice so more people could share in your obsession? I know I have; and Little Indie has heard our cries. Little Indie is an online-distribution platform for PC where gamers and indie game developers are married into a sweet-delicious union. Little Indie is designed ...

Activision Blizzard 1st Quarter Earnings: We Will Eat You

Surprising absolutely no-one, Activision Blizzard announces they can build a castle out of money with their record first quarter financial results. For the quarter ending on March 31, 2011 – Activision Blizzard (Nasdaq: ATVI) shows a GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) net revenue of $1.4 billion, from their $1.3 billion of the previous year. On a non-GAAP basis, the company nett...

This Week on Xbox 360 | May 11, 2011

As an American, I‘m obligated to show support for US made products (especially if we plan on getting out of this recession any time soon), and as a gamer I’m happy to give you this weeks releases for the Xbox 360. Most notable is the ambiguous L.A. Noire Rockstar Pass which I can only assume is some sort of portal for L.A. Noire content akin to Halo Waypoint. Microsoft is also showing ...

Nintendo 3DS vs The World

Nintendo has had a stranglehold on the portable games market since, well forever. Unlike the home console space where no company has held onto the #1 position for more than two generations in a row, Nintendo has never been dethroned as the king of all things on the go. With the launch of the 3DS, things for the big N seem to be going just as planned, but is everything really all rainbows and gumdr...

Rockstar Games releases L.A. Noire Story “What’s in a Name” by Jonathan Santlofer

Have you been walking around wearing a fedora, calling girls dames and pretending you’re in 1947 Los Angeles in anticipation for Rockstar’s L.A. Noire? I know I have. While the world waits for the chance to interrogate bad guys and drive around in a 40’s Caddy, Rockstar has thrown us a bone. After last Tuesday’s announcement of L.A. Noire: The Collected Stories, a series of...

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