Until this point most of the games we've seen for the Kinect could best be described as mini-games, or on-rails at best. The concept is still growing and promise is really starting to show as far as
Sega released a new trailer for their upcoming horror hack and slash, Rise of Nightmares. The video features a spokesman for the game that is perfect telling us how different Rise of Nightmares is compared to the
Who is ready for a weekend getaway? Maybe after watching the latest trailer for Rise of Nightmares you may want to stay in doors for the next few weeks, but then again, maybe you won't. Check out
This... might be the worst trailer I've seen in a while. Hey, do you find ludicrous swearing without any context for it funny? Well, then I feel sorry for you, but you might enjoy this trailer.
Just as the title states, which sometimes I'm known to be called "Capt'n Obvious," Rise of Nightmares is receiving preorder content from Amazon.com where you can't get anywhere else. When you preorder this Kinect-exclusive title, you'll
Sega has released the brand new Red Band trailer for Rise of Nightmares, the new hack and slash Kinect exclusive that's coming September 6th on the Xbox 360. If you want to see blood, guts, murder, gore
SEGA announced some details on the preordering incentives for the upcoming horror game, Rise of Nightmares, which is going to be a Kinect exclusive title for the Xbox 360. When you preorder the game through GameStop, you'll
SEGA's really going hard this E3. They just announced the "biggest parts" of their lineup they'll have showing, and it really is massive, featuring thirteen games, each of which will probably do pretty well in terms of