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Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars: A Giant World

By Louise . January 13, 2009 . 8:20am

Mushroom Men begins with a meteorite plummeting to Earth.  But instead of said meteorite bringing Superman, the meteorite brings something else: self-awareness to the fungal kingdom.  Because of this meteorite, the fungi of Earth can now walk, talk, and think.  Unfortunately, also because of this outer-space rock, the fungus kingdom is in turmoil. A faction […]

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Inside and outside Nintendo Power’s 20th anniversary celebration

By Kurt . September 16, 2008 . 11:10am

Twenty years ago, Nintendo published the first issue of Nintendo Power, filled with previews, reviews, tips, and tons of maps. In celebration, the magazine (now published by Future) joined with the Nintendo World Store in Manhattan to hold a party on Saturday, September 13th, filled with upcoming Wii and DS games.     Arriving at […]

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Gamecock counters E3 with the BE-3 Initiative

By Spencer . May 9, 2008 . 3:35pm

Not going to E3? Gamcock will welcome you with open arms to the BE-3 Initiative. Their competing event takes place right next to the Los Angeles Convention Center at the Hotel Figueroa on July 15-18. E3 2008 will run from July 15-17.   This isn't the first time Gamecock threw their own event. Last year, […]

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Gamecock goes global, Dementium dated for Japan

By Spencer . April 21, 2008 . 10:44am

Dementium: The Ward has been out the door for over half a year in North America. Renegade Kid has moved on with the Moon, but Gamecock’s first console game is about to enter regions Asia. Interchannel Holon, the company who co-published Ys I & II with Falcom and published the adorable Ecolis (i.e. Eco Creatures), […]

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Impressions on Insecticide

By Spencer . February 26, 2008 . 1:00pm

Insecticide looks like an adventure game, but it’s  half 3D platformer/shooter. The first thought that popped in my mind while jumping on platforms and shooting the humans in surface dwelling mecha suits was Ratchet & Clank. You don’t need to worry about aiming. As long as you’re in the approximate range you will hit your […]

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Blazing Lizard talks about Pirates vs. Ninjas Dodgeball

By Spencer . November 21, 2007 . 1:08pm

Aside from seeing a few screenshots, there isn’t information about Pirates vs. Ninjas Dodgeball. That means it’s time to get some facts about fated dodgeball fight! We pulled Chris Stockman, the studio director over at Blazing Lizard aside, to get the skinny on the project.   Why did you choose an internet meme as the […]

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No hard feelings: Renegade Kid and Gamecock still buds

By Spencer . November 2, 2007 . 12:55pm

Sure, Renegade Kid might be working with Mastiff on “Project M”, but that doesn’t mean Gamecock is out of the picture. We have a statement from Renegade Kid explaining what’s going on.   "I'd like to take this opportunity to state some facts, and hopefully squash some misconceptions, about the recent press release announcing our […]

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Pirates and Ninjas settle the score in 2008

By Spencer . November 1, 2007 . 11:54am

Early next year Pirates vs. Ninjas Dodgeball arrives on Xbox Live Arcade. The concept for the game is self explanatory, but I’m still impressed Blazing Lizard has been able to turn internet humor into a full blown game. Besides pirates and ninjas the game will have three additional teams. Some pictures show a graveyard arena […]

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Mastiff and Dementium developer team up

By Spencer . November 1, 2007 . 9:46am

Gamecock just brought Dementium to stores yesterday. Renegade Kid and Gamecock should be toasting over champagne, perhaps talking about their future title. Nah. Instead Renegade Kid is teaming up with Mastiff who published Gurumin earlier this year for “Project M”. No other details about the title have been announced other than Project M is a […]

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Gamecock picks up Pirates vs. Ninjas Dodgeball

By Spencer . August 24, 2007 . 12:28pm

Blazing Lizard’s found a publisher for their internet debate inspired game, Pirates vs. Ninjas Dodgeball. Gamecock, the same company publishing Dementium: The Ward, is going to publish Pirates vs. Ninjas Dodgeball in the first quarter of 2008 as a downloadable console game.   The game is exactly what it sounds like pirates and ninjas playing […]

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Halloween marks Dementium’s release

By Spencer . August 14, 2007 . 11:33am

Gamecock sent over an e-mail to announce the Halloween release date for Dementium: The Ward. Besides being one of the few portable survival horror games, Dementium: The Ward will be the third M rated game on the Nintendo DS. Resident Evil: Deadly Silence and Touch the Dead are the other two. I’ll throw Mortal Kombat […]

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Hands on Dementium: The Ward

By Spencer . July 19, 2007 . 6:52pm

Capturing terror on a tiny screen is the challenge Renegade Kid took on when they decided to make Dementium: The Ward. The experience is a mixture of Doom 3 and Silent Hill with controls similar to Metroid Prime: Hunters. You start the game by waking up in a rundown hospital with very little lighting. One […]

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Screen Gallery – Hail to the Chimp

By Spencer . June 22, 2007 . 3:57pm

  Gamecock sent over some screenshots of Hail to the Chimp, which looks like Power Stone meets the Jungle Book. The political twist is Hail to the Chimps unique aspect where animals fight to be the next king of the jungle. Ten animals will compete and three of them are introduced in the screenshots: Toshiro, […]

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You choose what we cover at Gamecock’s E.I.E.I.O. line up

By Spencer . June 14, 2007 . 3:29pm

Right in the middle of the E3 Gamecock is hosting their own event the Expo for Interactive Entertainment, Independent and Original (E.I.E.I.O.). There is only so much time in the world and I want to do an in depth look at one (maybe two?) of these games. I’m partial to Dementium, but I want to […]

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Gamecock brings survival horror to the Nintendo DS

By Spencer . June 4, 2007 . 11:44am

While there are tons of strategy RPGs on the DS there are few survival horror games despite the popularity of the survival horror genre. Resident Evil: Deadly Silence comes to mind and some people might consider Touch of the Dead a survival horror game. Besides these two titles there isn’t much for survival horror fans […]

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