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Ubisoft announced the full playlist of their anticipated snowboarding game featuring Shaun White. Shaun worked closely with Ubisoft during the development of the game; he even took part in the selection of the songs.
The tracklist is consisted mostly from classic rock songs, with some alternative sounds making their appearance. You’ll find yourself listening to Bob Dylan and the next moment a Three Days Grace song kicks in. Absolutely awesome!
Shaun White Snowboarding is being released tomorrow. Are you ready for some snow?
Click though to see the full playlist…
Thatâ€™s the word that will become embedded in your consciousness when you’re done with Dead Space. That ironic hologram, asking you every single time you are about to open a door. It knows youâ€™re scared and itâ€™s using that fear of yours to its own advantage…
Yesterday, we informed you about the release dates of Capcom’s upcoming titles. Today, we are here to let you know how confident the lads at Capcom are about their future releases. And why shouldn’t they be? Street Fighter IV has made us super duper anxious and so has – maybe even more – Resident Evil 5!
But, let’s see what Capcom thinks about their games. For starters, Street Fighter IV is expected to sell 1.7 million copies, with Bionic Commando following with 1.5 million copies. Resident Evil 5 is targeting…. Wait; WHAT?!? Bionic Commando to sell 1.5 million copies? Now, that’s positive thinking…
[sfiv] It seems that the first quarter of 2009 is going to be an extremely active period for Capcom, since a great number of their creations is going to be thrown at the battle.
Starting from the most anticipated Street Fighter IV, Capcom announced – by telling MCV – that the game is going to hit the stores on February 20th, 2009.
The folks at Konami were very pleased to announce that Metal Gear Online is doing quite well, with more than one million users now kicking it online.
MGO made its appearance last June, taking the world by surprise. No one expected it to be that good! Konami, in an attempt to say thanks to all the loyal users, announced that a special campaign will be taking place in the near future.
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Sony announced the full tracklist of the latest SingStar instalment, which is scheduled to visit us this November.
With 30 songs to choose from and the SingStar Store providing you 444 more, SingStar Vol.3 comes packed with tons of fun. Gentlemen (and ladies), power on your mics; it’s karaoke time!
Since the newest instalment in the Motorstorm series (yep, it is now a series) is already out in the US, Game Director Nigel Kershaw decided to let us know that the lads over at Evolution Studios are eager to give us new content for the game on a weekly basis. Yes, you heard me right; on a WEEKLY BASIS!
According to what Frank Gibeau, President of EA and Glenn Schofield, General Manager of EA Redwood Shores stated in their interview to Variety, EA’s latest IPs will be followed by sequels. More specifically, the sequels of Bad Company and Army of Two are on the way!
“Bad Company has come out and done very well. “Army of Two sold very well. We’ve got sequel ideas planned for those”, stated Gibeau.
Although SF IV has already started its “career” at the Arcades, the release date for the PS3 version still remains unknown.
Even Yoshi Ono failed to give an answer to when his creation is going to visit us. But he did let us know that the development is almost finished, with Capcom now meddling with other sectors, like Online features.