Don’t Lose That Teddy! Snuggle Truck Game Review

Alex | June 17, 2012

So you want to be a Snuggle Truck driver? Well, son, transporting loads of snuggly stuffed animals ain’t all fun and games. Rough roads, ornery vehicles, long hours… now hiring!

Chris Evans to Voice Captain America in SEGA’s Super Soldier

Superherologist | February 16, 2011

SEGA announced they have signed film star Chris Evans (Captain America, Fantastic Four) to voice the title role in the upcoming action adventure Captain America: Super Soldier. The actor’s likenesses will also be used in the game, which is based on the seminal and iconic franchise from Marvel Entertainment. “Signing Chris to star in Captain [...]

Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston Star in Thor: God of Thunder Video Game

Superherologist | December 3, 2010

SAN FRANCISCO & LONDON – SEGA® Europe Ltd. and SEGA® of America, Inc. today announced they have signed Chris Hemsworth to voice the title role and Tom Hiddleston to voice Loki in the upcoming action adventure Thor(tm): God of Thunder. Both actors’ likenesses will also be used in the game, which is based on the [...]

TRON Legacy Press Conference at San Diego Comic-Con International

Superherologist | July 22, 2010

It seems ironic that a press session for a movie about some of the most advanced technology ever is starting late due to technical problems. One of the earliest questions is about why neither of Cindy Morgan’s characters are in the movie. Joe Kosinski says you have to make hard choices, it’s a father-son story, [...]

Rocket Llama Crew at San Diego Comic-Con 2010: Panels on Digital Comics, Action Chicks, Batman’s Empty Nest, & More

Superherologist | July 12, 2010

FRIDAY, JULY 23 11:30-1:00 Comics Arts Conference Session #6: Digital Comics— Nick Langley (Rocket Llama) gives a brief history of webcomics and evaluates online economic experiments from subscriptions to micropayments – with Brock Heasley (Super Fogeys, Zuda Comics’ Monsterplex). 2:00-3:30 Comics Arts Conference Session #8: Where Are the Action Chicks?— Katrina Hill (ActionFlickChick.com), Jill Pantozzi [...]

Bioshock 2 Review: Another Trip Under the Sea

Nick Langley | February 26, 2010

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Video game developer 2K’s hit game “Bioshock” won multiple awards for 2007′s Game of the Year, from television shows like Spike TV’s “Video Game Awards” and G4′s “X-Play” to magazines like IGN and Game Informer. The sequel, “Bioshock 2,” has a high standard to uphold. Is it successful? That depends on whether the player wants a return home or a revolution.

Scribblenauts review

Alex | September 28, 2009

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Scribblenauts: where a kid can be a kid. Scribblenauts is a game for the Nintendo DS by Warner Bros interactive entertainment. You play as a kid named Maxwell as he travels through a variety of locales collecting starites, all in the name of funsies. You lead Maxwell to these starites by creating any object you [...]

Dark Void Preview

Alex | September 4, 2009

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Dark Void is a science fiction action-shooter being developed by Capcom. It stars a young man named Will, who flies around using his jetpack righting wrongs. Here at Rocket Llama Headquarters, if there’s one thing we can get behind, it’s a game featuring individuals flying around using rockets. The game incorporates a mix of ranged [...]

Prototype- Alex Smash!

Alex | June 26, 2009

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It’s no small secret that I absolutely love The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction. When I heard that Prototype was a game being hailed as a spiritual successor to the superhero smash ‘em up, I had to give it a try. Lo and behold, the world doth spake the divine truth! Prototype is everything you could [...]

Review: Braid

Nick Langley | August 26, 2008

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Buy Braid or you are an idiot.