Article Archive for December 2009
Electronic Arts has today announced a brand new Medal of Honor game for multiplatforms including the PS3 next year.
The game which is simply entitled “Medal of Honor”, will drop the common WWII theme for the first time in favour of war in present day Afghanistan.
Rockstar has today announced when Red Dead Redemption, the sequel to 2004 hit Red Dead Revolver, will be releasing next year.
North America will eventually be treated to the open world game based around the turn of the 20th century on April 27th, while the rest of the world will have to wait three days later for release on the 30th.
There isn’t much footage of Hokuto Musou out now, but about a month ago someone managed to upload 20 epic seconds of the game in action.
Final Fantasy XIII is nearing its Japanese release date but for those of us elsewhere we have to wait a few more months. Square Enix have recently revealed the final box art for both European and North American releases and guess what, they’re the same!
Capcom has just released what they are calling the “final” Dark Void cinematic trailer before the game releases in January.
Sony had an amazing time last week in terms of sales of their PlayStation 3 console in the United States, all thanks to Black Friday.
You may remember we showed you the amazing bundles being made available for purchase at various retailers on the special day, and they were reported to have sold out within hours.
EA’s Dante’s Inferno will be getting a demo on the PSN next week on December 9th. The demo is set to be a prelude to his latest journey through Hell and will introduce the story.
Gravity Crash takes a classic ‘old school’ space shooter premise and fuses it with a stunning shiny next generation take on wireframe visuals.
The result is a wicked little game that includes a cool level creation facility…
Prepare for blast off.
Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, a very enjoyable game was made that featured a thief, a wizard and a knight. It was called Trine.
But is this a game where everyone lives happily ever after?
Capcom has announced that Final Fight and Magic Sword will be coming to the PSN in one awesome retro gaming package, complete with GGPO netcode.