by Marc Allie 12
  • xbox 360
  • xbox live

Monsters Vs. Aliens Demo Takes Over Xbox Live

If you watched the Super Bowl, you probably remember the Monsters Vs. Aliens ad.  It was filmed in 3D, and if you snagged a funky pair of glasses from your local convenience store, both monsters and aliens popped right out of your screen.  It has a very 50's B-Movie feel to it, which means I'll be there watching it day one, for sure.

by Nick Puleo 1
  • pc

Dawn of War 2 Patch Released, More Coming

If your copy of Dawn of War 2 has been crashing in Windows Vista - well you aren't alone.  Over at the official community blog the folks of Relic acknowledge an issue with 32-bit Vista and an out of memory bug.  The team is working hard to fix it, but in the meantime it's suggested you reduce your texture detail and effects fidelity to medium to help reduce the risk of a crash.

by Nick Puleo 5
  • nintendo wii
  • couch
  • online

Sega's Madworld to Include Co-Op

Sega's Madworld is something of a controversial yet artistic game.  Sporting black and white graphics with the only color being the red of your enemies blood, players fight through this gameshow style videogame stacking up the bodies.  The strange part?  The game is only available on Nintendo's family friendly Wii system.

by Marc Allie 4
  • couch
  • online

Co-Op Casual Friday: Spider-man: Friend or Foe

Spider-man has had a long and generally successful video game career.  Spider-man for the Atari 2600 was an early game based on the web-slinger, and it was quite fun and addicting for the time.  A whole slew of Spidey games followed, for a large variety of game systems.  The Amiga, PC, NES, Game Gear, Game Boy, Genesis, Super Nintendo, and more all had multiple titles, of varying quality.  With the explosion of Spider-man's popularity after the movies, the wise cracking webhead hit the previous generation of consoles, culminating in what in my opinion, is the finest Spider-man game to date, Spider-man 2.

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