Timothy Michael Wynn has scored music in the video game industry since 2005. He has worked on known game franchises like Command & Conquer, Warhawk and Red Faction. You might have heard his work on CW’s Supernatural. His best work was in Warhawk as gave its vibrant atmosphere that suit it’s military theme. It’s Wynn’s behind the scenes work that helped make the game stand out from the rest, but do fans notice? Do people look at soundtracks as a whole or as background noise?


Is Grand Theft Auto 3 and Vice City on it's way to PS3? The ESRB recently rated both games with a stereotypical M rating for the PS3. This shouldn’t come of as a surprise as rumors of GTA V release this fall or in 2013 early continue to ramp up.


Early this year, Bioware’s Mass Effect saga came to five year run. Rest aside the ending; the series is one of the most complete trilogies in video game history. There are two aspects that Mass Effect nails perfectly. The series was first to interweave choices all the way through the third and final installment captivating fans from start to finish. However, you can’t tell a great story if you forget to create the atmosphere for your game to breath in. The music in the game really doses shape Commander Shepard with it having one of the best scores in gaming, but do people notice? Do people look at soundtracks as a whole or as background noise?


The idea behind E3 was to showcase the latest and brightest games of 2012, but there are always a few games that disappoint us. Some games on our list made serious changes to their formula, and not for the better. Other games took center stage at E3 when they shouldn’t have. There were many games at E3, but here is our top five list of disappointments.


The Metal Gear Solid franchise has always been known for creating a captivating atmosphere that originated in Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes. At that time Hideo Kojima development work was the hallmark of game design and video game storytelling. But much has changed since then and with Snake’s storyline wrapped up in Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, it's time for the series to move in a new direction. They’re for, a new development team and a new main focus is the story behind Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance.


Earlier today, Ubisoft announced that one of the premier video games franchises in the industry will soon be making it’s way to the PlayStation Vita. Assassin’s Creed III Liberation will be released on October 30 exclusively on the PlayStation Vita.


So what do you get when you add Dubstep to one of the most recognized car simulators on the market? Well apparently, that's Forza Horizon resulting in making the Forza series a year round property. This addition to the franchise is taking the franchise into a bold new direction.


Last week, Twitch TV posted their booth schedule and during EA’s press conference confirmed Criterion newest game, Need For Speed: Most Wanted 2. Very few details were given, but Criterion is finally giving us the Need Of Speed that we have long been asking. 


One of the biggest first day E3 surprises was Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Black List.  It has been two years since we last time saw the stealth hero legend, but much has changed since then and the hero has appeared to adapt a more modern stealth.


Calling all Jedi, Sith lords and Bounty Hunters! Lucasarts reveals a brand new video game called, Star Wars: 1313. During the segment, GTTV traveled to San Francisco where the game is being developed. This confirms all the rumors that have swirly around the project, while leaving us speculating.


Halo 4 is without doubt one of the biggest games of the year and is expected to sell well during the holiday season. As we approach fall, many retailers are starting to update their store catalogues to show store specific pre-order bonuses.


We are only a week away from E3, but we are starting to get a better idea on what going be showcased at E3 with more and more leaks surfacing as the event draws closer. On Friday, Twitch TV sent out their booth schedule revealing EA's newest addition to the Need for Speed Franchise, Most Wanted 2. 


Normally we don't cover the movie industry here, but when we do it's always game related. Recently DreamWorks Entertainment successfully won the Licensing rights and have found themselves behind the wheel distribute the big- screen version of Electronic Arts’ street racing series, Need For Speed. No word yet on the actors who are going to featured in the upcoming film, but we are starting to get a better idea how the movie will shape up.