The newest game by the staff of e-aagh.net and chaosisgaming.com, Party Ball is a fun game for the whole family. Its a rolling good time , the best part of this game is everything, the good times just keep rolling in. A wide variety of levels music and all around fun to gain points and beat your friends score. Roll over soda cups, pick up extra lives, get a high score and get bonus lives. Share your score with friends and family to beat them at the game for contest prizes and join us in the fun.. The game is due to be released on November 1st so hurry in and pick up this game and enjoy the party.
Hey, hop on over to our new video gallery and enjoy a selection of some of our best/latest videos, most of them in HD. We’re in the process of remastering some of our classics in HD for you as well. Stop, watch and enjoy.
As of this morning, Chaos is Gaming is now a part of AA Gaming Hub. Big thanks to Will for cooperating with the move. You can find the site’s content either via the menu button at the top-right of your screen or by following the link here. Be sure to let us know what you think of the new content now, and going forward.
In a sad development, the entire workforce for 38 Studios and Big Huge Games has been laid off. The reason given being financial issues. We feel for the the now-unemployed developers of such a fun, unique title and hope they find work soon.
IGN recently posted an article on the rationale of giving perfect scores to games they review. I thought it was a well written article and covered some things that I’ve gone through here. One quote strikes me in particular.
Does everyone know about our Facebook page? It’s been up since late July and we would love to have you there. Check it out and let us know what you think.
The Sims has evolved allot since It’s debut in 2000, there’s no debate about that. There’s also next to no debate that The Sims 2 was a better game then the original. The question we’re here to answer today is, is The Sims 3 better then The Sims 2? I’ve got questions and answers on the subject. Let’s get started.
With the Nintendo 3DS on it’s way soon, I got my first hands-on with on this morning. My first impression was that I really liked the 3D look. I didn’t have high hopes for it’s appearance since I’m not a fan of 3D movies or TVs, but this was a nice change. I took Pilotwings Resort for a spin, using the new analog nub to pilot my avatar’s jet-pack-belt-thing around Wuhu Island. The controls were much better then say, Mario 64 DS was with the d-pad. I enjoyed the 3D experience for a few minutes and could really see myself enjoying one of these.
And then I stepped away for a second, and felt loopy.
It was perhaps the oddest sensation I’ve ever had as a gamer. I was wobbly, my eyes were out of focus and my balance was off. It took me a second or three to get my bearings again. I don’t know if it was me, the system, the game, the lighting, or some mixture of them all, but I was dazed for a short after I played it. Visions of the Virtual Boy came flooding back, with all of the people experiencing headaches and sore eyes after playing it for a while.
The technology was fun,the games looked good and I liked the new controls, but unless that vision and dizziness issue can be solved, I can’t see this thing taking off in a big way, and that’s a disappointment.