Saints Row:The Third DLC Packs

Saints Row: The Third is Volition’s latest sandbox adventure. Packed full of babes, guns, pimps, gangstas and even pornstars, (with Sasha Grey lending her talents for the latest installment) Saints Row The Third has left GTA IV standing in terms of adult fun. To be honest, we’re actually surprised that Saints Row: The Third (you can now buy Saints Row: The Third pre owned with FREE delivery) never even came close to the controversy of GTA IV or Modern Warfare 2! A great opening sequence, character customization (and being able to recreate whenever you felt like it) and sex appeal helped Saints Row: The Third to not only ship 3.8 million copies, but to break the digital sales record for THQ. But do you want more? Of course you do! That’s why THQ and Volition have released two new DLC packs for Saints Row: The Third with one on the way! Genkibowl VII Gamble with your very life and enter the world’s most insane and bloodthirsty game show! Play as Sexy Kitten Yarngasm, Sad Panda Skyblazing, Apocalypse Genki, and Super Ethical PR Opportunity. While you’re busy staying alive, listen to commentary by Zach and Bobby and their new side-line correspondent Tammy Tolliver. Available from XBL and PSN now! Gangstas In Space The second Saints Row: The Third DLC thrusts you into the world of Hollywood! Become the star of Gangstas In Space and defend the world from scantily-clad alien babes with laser guns a spaceships! New homies, alien gangs, spaceships and alien weapons will be available for the main game with this DLC! Available from XBL and PSN now! Keep it at D4G for news on the third DLC!...

NeverDead Nikki Summerfield DLC

Released to us UK gamers on 3rd February 2012, NeverDead is a third person shooter that puts you in the boots of an immortal demon hunter named Bryce Boltzman. But while the game has received a mixed bag of reviews, it seems the rockin’ soundtrack and limb dismemberment has caught the attention of many gamers as you may now find it hard to obtain a new copy (but don’t worry, we currently have pre owned stock of NeverDead). To reward the millions of gamers that scooped-up the first shipment of Never Dead, Konami have released the games first DLC. But instead of just a few new pick-ups or additions to a characters wardrobe, (that so many games have us all paying out for) this DLC will introduce a new playable character! Pop star Nikki Summerfield is now a fully playable character and can be used in co-op challenge missions with this new DLC! As well as a playable Nikki, the first DLC will also include an expanded version of the Asylum level with the addition of new modes. But DLC wouldn’t be DLC without a few new costumes, so Konami have made sure Bryce’s wardrobe is packing a few new styles. NeverDead DLC Volume 1 is available to download now on XBL and PSN....

Lollipop Chainsaw – Romero & Juliet

Resident evil first gave us the survival horror of the undead. Dead Rising then gave us the ultimate experience of being utterly swarmed and overpowered by them. Lollipop Chainsaw borrows a few things from these classics but adds from more modern faced-paced action games such as Devil May Cry and Shadows of the Damned with a pinch off OTT gore similar to  Onechanbara Bikini Samurai Squad. Take all the above games and stir well. Add a little Buffy, sprinkle with the dark and adult humor of House Of The Dead: Overkill and you’ll have a pretty good idea of what to expect from Lollipop Chainsaw. Horror, gore, laughs, sex, some more sex and buckets more blood! You’ll play as Juliet. A very athletic and flexible cheerleader who welcomes the zombie apocalypse with chainsaw fumes. When zombies first attacked her college, Juliet’s boyfriend (Nick Carlyle) was bitten. But instead of sending him on his way with an affectionate bullet, Juliet turned to the only thing she trusts amongst all this chaos…her chainsaw! Very similar to Shadows of the Damned, Juliet’s side-kick throughout her quest is Nick’s head, which is attached to her hip. Nick can not only still manage to talk to Juliet but he can also offer his assistance by helping her navigate over obstacles and allowing Juliet to use his head for powerful special moves. Attatch Nick’s head to a decapitated body and Nick will be able to boost you over a wall. Juliet can also use Nick’s head as a football (ah…how sweet) as we saw one move that had Juliet practice her football skills, heeling Nick’s head from her hip and up over her head, to then volley it into the path of an on-coming zombie horde! Lollipop Chainsaws combat system is very faced-paced and easily matches action games such as Devil May Cry and Bayonetta....

D4G’s Top Co-op Games – Updated

COD and Battlefield may be the all time best selling IP’s but they’ve made us forget how important a story is…as well as gaming weekends in with your mates, surrounded by beer and pizza! Co-op games are THE best way to experience both multiplayer and immersing story lines. We’ve played quite a few and have made our very own list of the top co-op games you MUST play. Read on, invest and make sure the pizza dude is on speed dial! Please Note: This list is not final as more games will be added regularly (with possible changes in positioning). 1) Borderlands Co-op Many may be surprised at this games position on our co-op list due to average scores across major sites. This was mainly due to such a huge gaming world that would have been intimidating to a single player. However, get a buddy to co-op with you and Borderlands suddenly becomes an epic journey through waste lands and relentless enemies with all the weapons you could ever wish for! Many FPS games struggle with weapons. They either sound terrible, look pathetic or are simply in short supply throughout your quest. Borderlands however, takes the very heart of an action FPS and injects it with pure adrenaline! You’ll never experience an FPS with so many weapons and weapon types (well, until Borderlands 2 is released!) and you’ll constantly spend your time looking forward to the next awesome pick-up. No other co-op game will keep you hooked as long as Borderlands will. It’s a huge game (yes, even in co-op!) and when the credits rolled…we wanted more! 2) Halo Series Co-op Halo enters our co-op list as a series because it offered the same co-op experience throughout Bungie’s reign. Was this a bad thing? Certainly not. The Halo games were among the first to offer true single player co-op...

Phantasy Star Online 2 – The Potential

Early fans of one of gaming’s oldest RPG’s will have seen Phantasy Star grow and make major changes throughout its shelf life. From Master System to PC, this is one RPG that’s had major tweaks over the years (and you thought Square had turned Final Fantasy on its head?). So what does this mean for Phantasy Star Online 2? With a huge online fan base and dedicated developers, we can say one thing…Phantasy Star Online 2 has more potential than you may think… So what’s new about Phantasy Star Online 2? Well, recent previews show the game still offers its much-loved cyberpunk monster hunting style and huge OTT boss battles. However, trailers (unfortunately in Japanese) show exciting new additions such as mechwarrior-like suits, weapon grapple moves (throwing a skewered enemy or tossing a foe around in circles, after securing it around your whip/chains!) insane combos and 3D rendered com-link communications. The new features certainly suggest that Phantasy Star Online 2 has access to a much broader budget. The character creation system looks to be far more advanced with customisation possibilities to match that of the recent WWE 12 game. Character body shape, facial features, costumes and even the Mech-like suits can be fully tailored to the player. These new introductions may give Phantasy Star Online 2 a much welcomed enhancement, but they’re still not THE major tweak to the Phantasy Star series. SEGA have at last, upgraded the combat system to that of Devil May Cry standard! Your attacks are now linked to a PP (stamina) meter, enabling you to unleash and chain an on-going number of combo attacks. Players can now use their weapons to ‘juggle’ enemies in the air, enabling Dante-like air combos that keep the action as fluid as possible. Of course, you can’t enhance the combat system without adding to enemy AI. Instead of staggering...