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By: goukijones Nov 21, 2011 | 93 Comments | Updated: Nov 29, 2011
We got a ton of codes to giveaway here. Batman Arkham City, DXHR, 2 1 year subs to XBL, and more. Just leave a comment on this story and I will randomly select winners. 1 each day to select something from the list. Starting Friday November 25, 2011.
Leave a comment that entertains me. Make sure you mention which one of the 5 main prizes you would like to win.
1 Person will be selected at random to pick something off of this list. When everything is gone the contest is over. First come, first served sucka. The first winner will be announced on Friday Nov. 25, 2011. Then one each day until Monday when the final two winner will be announced.
5 Main Prizes
- Batman Arkham City for PC
- Deus EX Human Revolution for PC
- Dirt 3 for PC
- 2 1 years subscriptions for Xbox Live
Uncharted 3 Weapon Skins
Gears of War 3 Thrashball Cole Plushie
Fable III DLC
Team Fortress DLC
Halo Reach DLC
DLC codes are going to be given away at random over the weekend. So make sure you follow @goukinews on the Twitter. I will be posting codes directly to the Internets so you better be quick Jimmy.Read full story...
By: Arthvader Feb 21, 2012 | 8 Comments
you heard that right. check the story for more details. Also, more news concerning the game
It has come to my attention to find out that 12 more characters will be available in the PS Vita version of Street Fighter X Tekken ( PS Vita ver. coming out Fall 2012). These characters are:
From the Street Fighter side:
And from the Tekken side:
- Alisa Bosconovitch
- Lars Alexanderson
- Lei Wulong
- Bryan Fury
- Christine Monteiro
Along with the news of the additional characters for the PS Vita Ver. Capcom reminds everyone that the console versions of SF X Tekken will be receiving new features and DLC over the upcoming months (including the said 12 characters). The last thing they mentioned is that the game you buy on March 6 is going to be the only disk-based version of Street Fighter X Tekken you will need to access these future updates and DLC packs.Read full story...
By: Cinderkin Mar 29, 2011 | 8 Comments
The newest Shadow Mode DLC has come out, this time for $1 or 80msp. Although a dollar isn't a lot. Shadow Mode isn't that impressive to begin with. It was fine for free, but charging for it doesn't seem worth it. Anyone else agree?
If you are interested in Shadow Mode then here is what's in store:
Are you getting the second installment of Shadow Mode? Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
Your child is addicted to gaming? Throw em in a snowy bootcamp to teach them about life!
Pretty intense article written by ryangeneral @ allvoices.com Basically misfit kids who don't go to school and have other priorities get a pretty special punishment. In South Korea parents basically get to enroll their children into Basic Training. I mean, it doesn't seem that bad, S.Korea already has a 21 month draft for the Army. This kinda gets you ready for it, making you a beastly kid. The trainers say it is to prepare the kids for the real world. The camp is for boys and girls. Ofcourse theirs tons of comments on how it is too harsh, how it can leave mental problems and how it is perfectly fine. I am a little on the fence, if your mom is like " IM SENDING YOU TO THAT ARMY SHIT IF YOU DONT DO YOUR HOMEWORK" yo, ima do my homework. The camp has been around since 1998 but I am only hearing about it now. A lot of the hostility is most likely from the pictures of little korean boys with glasses on, shirtless in the snow yelling their lungs out, but is it for better or worse? Check out the link below and leave a comment on what you guys think about this. Enjoy
Source of article is from AllVoices.com by ryangeneral. link below to full page that has 11 pics of kids getting owned.
youtube video from NTDTV
"In South Korea, kids who miss school, become addicted to video games or join gangs will end up in a specialized military training camps for some discipline and education. In these camps, the teens are trained military-style with standard soldier routines complete with army uniforms under extreme conditions.
This training program is aimed to make the young soldiers stronger and more responsible. During the course, the trainees are not allowed to get any form of dependence from parents. They are on their own.
Inmates are pushed over assault courses and taught to ride horses, as well as being given therapy workshops on more creative pursuits. During the sessions, participants cannot use a computer and are allowed only one hour of mobile phone use a day to prevent them playing games via their handsets.
Enrolled in the Ansan training course, Kang Han-Sol, a 15-year-old boy said “My mom forced me to take this course because I have played video games too much. I hope this course would better me, so I could quit playing and give more focus on studying”. One of the training instructors added: “Nowadays, the children are selfish and really dependent to parents. They even become violent and disrespect the older. Moreover they easily quit whenever encountering problems. It can not be accepted in our country. For that reason, the parents would like to send their children to the military training course to help them to be better and win themselves”.
By: goukijones Jun 13, 2012 | 2 Comments
3 end game bosses confirmed for Borderlands 2. Can we talk about bad ass points yet? Info on the now sold out Loot chest edition and if there will be another wave to ship. Flying vehicles, just for the baddies? Some info on Zero's Game Changer ability.
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By: goukijones Dec 4, 2013 | 0 Comments
Is dat super star Gootecks on the mic? It certainly is.
Look at Hugo, bigger than the life bars. I love how fast he is. Of course this video is to show of Hugo as a viable character. What do you guys think? Hugo was my #2 in 3s.
We're outta town this week Jimmys. We're going to be in L.A. for E3 2011. User stories have been unlocked to 5 per day. Best stories written about E3 win exclusive swag from the show. Follow us on Twitter for live updates. Visit Gouki.com/e3 for more info.
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That's right during E3 you will be able to write up to 5 stories a day. C'mon, we dare ya. The best stories written about E3 will win actual swag we get from the show. I will personally be tweeting the prizes as I collect them.
To be eligible, your story has to be approved by moderators. And we have some special guest moderators this week. (So don't be a Jimmy.) BatRastered will also over see all of the stories posted on Gouki.com. Do not get your story deleted by BatRastered. The man has high standards. Read the Faq if yer a nuab.
Once approved, just share your story, via Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, Stumbleupon and/or you can even post your stories to our Raptr.com feed.
You're story should offer a unique take on the news. Report accurately and link to any source.
You can read more about our contest for stories during E3 here: http://gouki.com/Story/Details/e3-2011-story-contest
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A new PSP by year's end? In Japan at least...
Sony today announced its next generation portable system (NGP) a.k.a. the PSP2. Sony stated in a press release that the system would make its debut at the end of the year, but provided no specifics as to whether that date applied to all markets or just Japan (where this press conference was held).
The new system will have Wi-Fi and 3G built in (no word on carrier), dual analog sticks, front and rear cameras, and a touch screen as well as an accelerometer, gyroscope, and electronic compass. It will use some form of flash media for games, though again, a specific format was not mentioned. (My money is on Memory Stick, this is Sony after all.)
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GSG Systems in collaboration with ENWorld Publishing, brings you War of the Burning Sky – Online (“WotBS – Online”), a free to play, role-playing game that uses an OGL 3.5 System Compatible rule set. Check it out!
I read the word free and was instantly hooked, and from the trailer and press release info the game looks somewhat promising. Check it out below.
WotBS – Online features:
Generate your character. Pick your race, your alignment, and manipulate your character’s statistics in order to showcase the skills and personality of your avatar.
Explore the world. Exotic lands, their seasons, atmosphere and the culture of the races inhabiting them are intricately captured, providing the character with more than an escape, but a total experience.
Engage in combat. Complex villains and non-playable characters make for rich interaction and epic fight scenes where the character can advance his combat skills and ranks in battle.
Play with your friends. Share your version of reality with real-life friends. Organize your own groups, discuss strategies and form hierarchies of leadership with other players and get the most of each encounter.
Nothing is without consequence. Everything you do makes an impact on the world. Powers can shift, political systems can collapse, economic climates can reverse—all triggered by your actions and decisions.
Time is alive. The struggle within the world’s council of power, sinister plots and large-scale attacks on some cities are ongoing in the vast world even as you play, like an interactive soap opera. This is a dynamic, breathing world, and it’s all yours.
What do you think about this? Free to play could mean you get what you pay for, or it could turn out to be a real gem. Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
Team Gouki Gameplay videos of the Crysis 2 demo. Get a first look at all of the suit powers. The different guns. Get an especially good look at this same multiplayer map in both videos. Team Gouki Chatter, but mostly we're talking about the game.
Crysis 2 Demo Day 1 Instant Action Gameplay
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By: BatRastered Dec 6, 2013 | 0 Comments
Looks like we will be seeing this at one more E3...
Bungie today announced that, in partnership with their publisher Activision, they will be bringing Destiny to the PS4, PS3, Xbox 360, and Xbox one on September 9, 2014 worldwide.
Still no word on a PC release.
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Today, in partnership with Activision, we are proud to announce that the worldwide launch of Destiny will happen on September 9th. Accordingly, the Destiny Beta will kick off in the summer of 2014, available first on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3.
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