Because you can never get enough zombie.
Featuring Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Ferg, Danny Brown, DOOM, Flying Lotus and many more.
This is insane.
"BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH MADDEN! BLAH BLAH BLAH"
Not to mention some gruesome fatalities.
I'm absolutely terrible at shooting games (I'm usually the resident "target practice" for whatever side I'm on), but since I know there are some that visit this site that thrive at these this trailer's for you. Call of Duty: Ghosts drops November 5th; you may have seen a couple of Eminem-"sponsored" ads for it already,
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One thing I've noticed when I talk to people who play video games is that it's rare if you find someone that plays both NFL and NBA games. Save for my cousin and Andreas Hale, there is usually a sharp divide between fans of the NFL and NBA (and to some extent, FIFA). Hell, I'm
The 25th edition of EA's Madden series drops next Tuesday, August 27th (and after looking at the player ratings, the Eagles are the purest definition of a "struggle team". Good grief), and per usual they use comedy in their promo push. It's not as funny as when Paul Rudd was twerking in front of Ray
Mike has a reality show/quasi-documentary on the newly-launched Fox Sports 1, "Being," debuting next month, and I'm assuming that in one particular episode they capture him playing his flagship video game on the Nintendo for the very first time. This 90-second clip is more than enough to convince me to watch the series when it
Let's be real: this is just a slightly prettier incarnation of last year's version, and we're all going to cop it anyways because EA Sports snatched the wig off the heads of NFL 2K years ago and won't give it back. The cover star is Barry Sanders this year, so at least nobody has to
Psycho Mantis is still the greatest boss in Metal Gear Solid history, keep it real. Whether that level of creativity happens again remains to be seen, but now fans can enjoy an extended clip of the next installment in the series, which will drop on both the current and future generation XBox and Playstation systems