Gaming preview: 'Medal of Honor: Airborne' Video
Today on preGame, we'll take a look at the multiplayer modes of two highly anticipated shooters, Medal of Honor and Crysis 2.
EA is rebooting the Medal of Honor franchise with a gritty take on the current conflict in Afghanistan.
Pardon our dust as The 404 studio gets a complete make-over! On today's show we show an NSFW video game accessory, talk Medal of Honor, and give away an original 404 poster from Blake Stevenson!
"Beijing 2008" allows you to participate in 36 Olympic events and represent numerous countries all without leaving the comfort of your home. Level up your character and take on the world as you compete for the gold, silver, and bronze medals. "Beijing 2008" is available now for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.
This is a first-person perspective (mine) of a parachute jump out of a C-130 aircraft at Ft. Bragg, NC for the Airborne operations with the 82nd Airborne Division onto Holland Drop Zone. I attached a CVS Pharmacy disposable camcorder to my parachute harness and turned it on right as we received the 10-minute time warning. I added captions to clarify what was happening.
The Roots, known for their innovative album concepts, return after a two year break to release their new album, ‘Game Theory’.‘Game Theory’ is The Roots’ most thought-provoking, incitive album since their 1999 breakthrough ‘Things Fall Apart’ and will be the group’s debut for Def Jam Recordings, home to the world’s premiere Hip-Hop artists. The band addresses everything from their uneasiness about society on, “It Don’t Feel Right,” to troops at war on “False Media” and government monitoring on “New World.” The band also honors their fallen friend and producer James Yancey a/k/a J-Dilla whose death from kidney failure in February devastated the Hip-Hop world. All tracks are wrapped around hard hitting beats and murky grooves deploying samples from Sly Stone, the Ohio Players and the Jackson 5 among others. It’s been nearly 20 years since Ahmir ‘?uestlove’ Thompson and Tarik “Black Thought” Trotter met on a fateful date in 1987 at the Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts. Since then, The Roots have become popularly regarded as among today's most innovative, adventurous and influential bands. The Roots are: ?uestlove (drums), Black Thought (emcee), Leonard “Hub” Hubbard (bass), Kamal Gray (keyboards), Kirk “Captain Kirk” Douglas (guitar) and Frank Knuckles (percussion).
The Conduit is a first-person shooter built from the ground up exclusively for the Nintendo Wii. You play as a government agent who must investigate a recent alien invasion by using their weapons and technology. The Conduit lands in stores June 23.
"LittleBigPlanet" is one of the most ambitious games to come along in quite some time. The title is more than just a straightforward platforming adventure. It allows you to create and share custom-designed levels with the rest of the gaming world. Those levels are then rated by users and the best rise to the top. "LittleBigPlanet's" art-style, combined with its unique gameplay, truly give PlayStation 3 owners something to cheer about. "LittleBigPlanet" lands into stores October 28.
"Halo 3: Recon" is a prequel of sorts to "Halo 3." In fact, you won't be playing as Master Chief at all. Instead, you'll take on the role of a Shock Trooper, who?s still on Earth in the city of New Mombasa. The game will also support four-player co-op. along with 1,000 available gamer points. "Halo 3: Recon" will be released exclusively for the Xbox 360 sometime in the fall of 2009.
There's nothing like jumping out of your seat during a terrifying video game. So in honor of the creepiest holiday of the year, we share our picks for the seven scariest video games of all time.