Multiple online pubs are reporting on a rumor that Star Wars: Battlefront III will release this year. PlayStationLifeStyle.net cites several job postings and tweets from insiders which point to a 2012 release of a “3rd person…
An ol’ school classic comes to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, as Syndicate is dropped onto download servers in the form of a demo. Syndicate was originally released from Bullfrog Productions in 1993, and classified as…
Gamefly has launched their public beta for a new PC gaming client. If you’re a subscriber, you can download titles from Gamefly’s “Unlimited PC” library and play unlimited times at no charge. Assassin’s Creed, Jewel Quest, and Deus Ex are mentioned as titles free-to-play for subscribers.
Check out this video of YouTube user KinectFAAST who uses Kinect technology to control gestures in Skyrim on the PC. The program, called FAAST, is middleware that runs on the OpenNI framework. The OpenNI framework doesn’t support voice so the guy uses VAC (Voice Activated Commands) software to convert spoken words to keystrokes via a RazorFish bluetooth headset.
the recent public testing phase of the Star Wars: The Old Republic brought in 2 million volunteers. According to the game’s publisher, EA, a whopping 725,000 unique players joined the game over the Thanksgiving weekend, making it “one of the biggest beta tests in history.”
Electronic Arts has committed the Battlefield 3: Back to Karkand digital expansion pack to release on December 6 for PlayStation 3, and December 13 for Xbox and PC users. If you remember, the PlayStation 3 “Limited Edition” of Battlefield 3 promised a free copy of the ‘Karkand’ pack one week before Xbox and PC users are able to get it.
Yes, with next year marking the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, everything 1997 will be back in style again, from that song to the actual film, this time in 3D from James Cameron. But here’s something new and tasty: Titanic: Lost in the Darkness is a project that ORM Entertainment has been working on for a few years now, first starting out as a mod for the original Crysis game, and now taking full, and we mean full advantage of the powerhouse game engine.
If you’re looking for a new game to check out id Software’s Rage demo is now available on Xbox Live. With plenty of blood, violence and gore Rage takes you into a post-apocalyptic world called the Wasteland. For gamers who get excited about detailed environments, Rage is loaded with texture. According to id Software President Todd Hollenshead, the extensive details in the game are possible because textures are streamed in to avoid being constrained by system memory. If you haven’t seen Rage yet here’s your chance to get a look. And, those of you with PS3 consoles should be able to download the Rage demo from the PlayStation Network on December 6. Rage carries an MSRP of $59.99 but this Black Friday weekend you’ll be able to find it from various retailers for $29.99. Rage is published by Bethesda Softworks and was released for Xbox 360, PS3, and Windows PCs on October 4, 2011.
Once again, the juggernaut that is Call of Duty has carpet-bombed the entertainment industry with its first-day sales. Activision says Modern Warfare 3 sold 6.5 million copies in the U.S. and U.K. last Tuesday, earning some $400 million dollars.
Several retailers will host Midnight release parties for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, release date November 8, 2011. Most Best Buy stores will open at 12:01 am to sell the game — here’s a link to find a Best Buy location nearest you. Gamestop is opening earlier at 9:00pm if you want to pre-order (to avoid lines) or trade-in other games — you can find a Gamestop location closest to you.
As if the masses needed any more reason to flood the stores for Tuesday’s release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, the stakes have just been raised by Best Buy. For a limited time, buyers…
If you were hoping for Grand Theft Auto: Spokane, we’ve got some bad news for you. Fresh out of the internet oven is the debut trailer for Grand Theft Auto V, and it appears Rockstar’s next open-world blockbuster will be in a city that’s very much like Los Angeles, but isn’t called Los Angeles because, well, that could get messy with the lawyers and what not. Los Puerta may be the official name, if a shot of a freeway sign is any indication.
If you’ve seen a heavyweight title fight, you know the challenger always arrives first. Today, that challenger is Battlefield 3 ($59.99), EA and Dice’s hotly anticipated first-person shooter for the PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.
A sampling of the multiplayer goodness that Battlefield 3 is promising to bring in full October 25 is now available for the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. Download it here.
A new trailer for “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3″ has been released from Activision revealing gameplay in the Special Ops mode — and it might just be enough to make your head explode. The two…
Electronic Arts and DICE officially announced Battlefield 3 will be available in two versions that include a Standard Edition and Limited Edition. The Standard Edition will feature a single-player campaign and 10 co-op maps and multiple multiplayer modes.
2K Games and Gearbox have announced development of a sequel to the ’09 video game Borderlands. Like the original, Borderlands 2 will support Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC platforms, although no word yet on possible support for OSX.
Big news today for the video game world as the Supreme Court has overturned California’s ban on the sale or rental of video games deemed “violent” to minors.