Author page: Zombie Johker

WARNING: Naked Wrestlers!

THQ’s latest grappler, WWE Smackdown Vs. Raw 2010 looks like it may have a glitch that could leave your WWE superstar embarrassingly pantsless, as shown in the above, potentially NSFW video that features virtual ladies sans underthings. An  unfortunate player was on the receiving end of that glitch, resulting in a user created WWE “diva” whose outfit is clearly not…

Microsoft starts banning ODST pirates

Microsoft today began permanently banning gamers they describe as “illegitimate ODST players” from their Xbox Live online service. Earlier today Xbox Live Chief of Police Stephen Toulouse wrote on his Twitter page that he had seen some illegitimate ODST players, referring to Xbox 360‘s upcoming Halo 3: ODST, online. “No early play for you,” he wrote. “Commencing permabans.” Toulouse later…

Fairytale Fights shatters childhood memories

Based on the Unreal Engine 3, Fairytale Fights is a truly twisted hack’n’slash platform adventure from Playlogic Game Factory. Players assume the role of a much-loved fairytale character, whose glory days have long since passed. While embarking on a seemingly innocent journey to save the fairytale world from certain disaster, players traverse a series of colourful and enthralling levels filled…

Starcraft II Campaign Details

Blame Blizzard’s PR campaign, blame the length of PR the game’s endured, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen Starcraft II‘s singleplayer campaign really laid out in front of me before. And now, I’m kinda glad that I have. In an interview with Shacknews, Blizzard’s Dustin Browder has outlined some of the variety slated to appear in the game’s story…

Xbox Live gets Ads

Following the revelation yesterday that the company would later this year be placing advertisements on Xbox Live, Microsoft have moved to assure users that the ads will “enhance, not interfere” with their experience. Posting on his blog, Microsoft’s Larry Hryb has said: I need to let you know that you don’t need to worry about a huge influx of ads…

Serious Sam coming to XBLA!

Majesco today told Eurogamer that a Serious Sam remake would be heading to the Xbox Live Arcade later on in the summer for 1,200 Microsoft Points. The reimagining, developed by the original developer, Croteam, will support online four player co-op, and feature 12 levels of dazzling, revamped action pack mayhem. Serious Sam HD will be available late summer for 1,200…