Written by Thomas Case, Vice President of Media Correspondence for Clockworx Gaming
“And Shepherds we shall be
For thee, my Lord, for thee.
Power hath descended forth from Thy hand
Our feet may swiftly carry out Thy commands…”
So! The very little info that has come from game developer, Critical Mass Interactive, is that a video game based off of the movie, “Boondock Saints”, is in the works. The only other tid bit is that it should release on PC and Xbox360. Though I love the idea of this game being made… I really loathe the fact that they did not mention its release on the Playstation3!! What are they thinking?! They better release this game on PS3 or they shall be kneeling down hearing my friends and I reciting the family prayer from behind!
But seriously, I am a huge fan of this movie and it’s sequel and really hope they do the game justice. Who wouldn’t want to clean up the world and rid ourselves of evil all with style and with vigilante executions?!
Critical Mass Interactive will have a panel discussion to answer questions and reveal more info on March 11th, with actors from the movie, Sean Patrick Flanery, Norman Reedus and David Della Rocco!
“So we shall flow a river forth to Thee
And teeming with souls shall it ever be.
In Nomeni Patri Et Fili Spiritus Sancti”
Posted by Thomas Case, Vice President of Media Correspondence for Clockworx Gaming
While Facebook casual gaming has helped to triple the number of gamers in the US in the past three years, new research is saying that the social gaming boom is beginning to calm down, and perhaps seeking to mature. Market research firm IHS iSuppli states that “the honeymooon’s over,” chiefly due to rising barriers to entry, increasing competition and the fact that gaming has fallen in priority for social media users.
The IHS iSuppli report points out that 2011 marked a sharp drop in Facebook gaming, compared to the manic growth in the previous years. In 2010, 50 percent of Facebook’s monthly active users were gamers; gunning down virtual capos, and spamming friends’ feeds with brown cows. 2011 halved that number, with Facebook gamers dropping down to 25 percent. Meanwhile, Facebook user growth has continued to climb. The social media giant reached 800 million active users last month, and is projected to hit the 1 billion mark by late summer of 2012.
The study uses the social gaming leader to illustrate the point. Facebook’s gaming poster child Zynga, which makes up 12 percent of the networking site’s revenue, declined in monthly active users during the fourth quarter of 2011 during its IPO push. Despite remaining somewhat steady all through 2011, the company dropped to 225 million users in the fourth quarter—down from 266 million in September 2011.
Read more info from original article at Digital Trends
GameFly is holding an under $20 blowout sale on many used games starting today and running until February 27th, 2012. The bargain bin has been updated with several new titles and free shipping. Below is a small list of used games (and a few available new) that you can currently get free shipping on:
Brink – $6.99
Gears of War 2 – $7.99
L.A. Noire – $7.99
Duke Nukem Forever – New: $19.99 / Used: $7.99
Operation Flashpoint: Red River – $7.99
Call of Juarez: The Cartel – $7.99
Homefront – $8.99
Red Faction: Armageddon – $8.99
Tron: Evolution – $8.99
Bodycount – $8.99
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 – New: $19.99 / Used: $9.99
Hunted: The Demon’s Forge – $9.99
F.E.A.R. 3 – $9.99
Crysis 2 – $9.99
James Bond: Blood Stone – $9.99
Dungeon Siege III – $9.99
Transformers: Dark of the Moon – $9.99
Thor: God of Thunder – $9.99
Captain America: Super Soldier – $9.99
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days – New: $19.99
Dragon Age II – $12.99
X-Men: Destiny – $12.99
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood – $14.99
Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine – $14.99
Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare Collection – New: $19.99
Catherine – New: $59.99 / Used: $14.99
Cars 2 – $14.99
Sniper: Ghost Warrior – $17.99
Mortal Kombat – $17.99
Child of Eden – $17.99
Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3 – $19.99
Click Here: . . . GameFly’s Bargain Bin . . . to head there now.