Article Archive for September 2010
The Gamespot roster reveal is actually not the complete list. 14 WWE Superstars have not been announced yet and they aren’t DLC either.
The long wait for more news on Team ICO’s next project, The Last Guardian, will be coming to an end at this year’s Tokyo Game Show. Creator Fumito Ueda will be presenting the game to a crowd of salivating journalists at the event next week. Better bring a towel.
This is a pretty solid update but there’s still no sign of Castle Crashers. Don’t expect it to release next week either. It’s coming soon though…
Worm 2: Armageddon is finally on the PlayStation Network. There’s no excuse to not try this game out as there’s a trial version just begging to be played. If Worms aren’t your thing then you might be interested in Top Gun.
A demo for Tecmo’s upcoming shooter Quantum Theory is now available in Europe. From what we’ve played, it’s pretty horrible. Be sure to share your thoughts in the comments section. We’d love to read your impressions.
There’s also DLC for Dragon Age: Origins, Transformers: War for Cybertron, Mafia II, and Planet Minigolf. Oh, and Snoop Dogg is in Rock Band now. Enjoy!
After the recent release of Mafia 2, 2K Czech are now focusing their attention on another title, Top Spin 4.
They have now announced the next iteration of the series with a scheduled release sometime next year.
There is a good chance that you have never heard of the company Side, but we’d be surprised if you haven’t came across and enjoyed their work at some point.
They are a London-based creative outsourcing team who developers go to when they need help with casting, directing, voice recording, full performance capture, audio mixing and foreign versions of their games.
Silent Hill 8 has just been announced by Konami. This is the eighth installment of the Silent Hill franchise – imagine that – and Konami is looking to return the franchises roots with this one. Come inside to find out everything we know.
Space Invaders Infinity Gene comes out next week in Europe and North America.
This week has a very good amount of content, although PlayStation Plus members are still getting ripped off. A trial for Warhawk? Seriously? Come on, Sony.
The Resident Evil 5: Untold Stories bundle is now on sale for $5.99. That’s a very good price for Lost in Nightmares and Desperate Escape. You won’t regret that purchase.
TerRover is the lone downloadable game for the week and there’s a demo just waiting for you to try out. The fun doesn’t stop there. Also available are demos for the very ugly looking Quantum Theory, Sengoku Basara, and Legend of the Guardians.
And of course there’s a bunch of DLC from all the usual suspects. Enjoy! ^_^
You’ll be able to play EA’s take on Mixed Martial Arts at the end of this month.
The War for Cybertron rages on.
Twitter strikes again as news of new downloadable content for Uncharted 2 is leaked by Elena Fisher herself.
Award-winning actors Gary Oldman and Ed Harris will be joining the voice cast of the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops. In addition, screenwriter and director David S. Goyer is on board to help with the story.
Over the past few months we’ve had more Medal of Honor coverage than you can shake a stick at. We’re continuing that trend today by showing you another trailer – this one from the campaign.
In case you missed it, we had some excellent Bioshock Infinite coverage when it was announced a short time ago. Today we bring you the first three screenshots for this highly anticipated adventure game. Come inside to see them.
Best update ever?
A demo for Sengoku BASARA: Samurai Heroes is coming to the PlayStation Network on September 7th.
Enslaved: Journey to the West, Ninja Theory’s first game since the PlayStation 3 exclusive Heavenly Sword, has gone gold and is due for release in Europe on the 8th of October.
Expect Worms 2: Armageddon to release this week in Europe.
Wayne Rooney is at the centre of a tabloid frenzy. The English footballer has been accused of having a series of illicit encounters with a prostitute while his wife Coleen was at home carrying his unborn child. It’s the sort of scandalous behaviour that would trouble associate companies, but EA Sports have publicly backed their FIFA 11 cover star.