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Who gets tired of shooting zombies?  No one, am I right?  Well to be honest zombie games are starting to become the new World War II setting of this generation in my opinion. Though  if you are still in need of extra zombie action then the best place still has to be the Left 4 Dead series of titles from the people’s developer, Valve.

Valve made us all aware recently that the new “The Sacrifice” DLC would be coming really soon.  Well they’ve gone and elaborated on “real soon”, turning it in to a firm date.  That being the 5th October.


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Nintendo DLC Update: 27/9/10
By: | September 27th, 2010

Hey, Nintendo fans! It’s Monday and that means new downloadable titles on a console near you. So, if you look forward to new digital releases every week, here they are. Luckily, most of the titles this week actually look pretty decent.

This week’s update has it all – puzzlers, shmups, RPGs…lawn darts. Okay, three out of four ain’t bad. Hit the jump for more on this week’s games.


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Nintendo DLC Update: 9/20/10
By: | September 21st, 2010

This week’s Nintendo Update is brought to you by power outages. They suck.

Also, everyone’s favourite childhood book is getting a Wii-Ware game this week. How exciting! I wonder which book it it will be. Find out more after the jump.


With the launch of a certain new motion peripheral in Sony’s arsenal, this week’s PSN Store update is something of a bumper Move special, with no less than nine playable Move demos to appease the early adopters.

Elsewhere, the ongoing rivalry between Fifa and PES has once again been reignited with a set of playable demos for Fifa 11 and PES 2011 for your consumption. Enjoy.

A pretty packed update thanks to the birth of the PlayStation Move, I must say. Hit the jump for a taste of the remaining bulk of this week’s update.


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Nintendo DLC Update: 9/13/10
By: | September 13th, 2010

Another week, another Nintendo Download, another morning where I wake up only to realize I still have ConSars. If you were the person who sneezed on the controller at Kirby’s Epic Yarn or hacked up all over Killzone 3…you deserve myNotebook Tan.

So, if you are like me and are confined to your bed because someone was selfish and decided to give their germs to 70,000 people in a small room, why not kick back with some new downloadable games?


There’s sadly not much to shout about in this week’s PSN store update, with notable content rather thin on the ground.

Still, the arrival of Worms 2: Armageddon softens the blow and there is also a playable demo of Quantum Theory, along with some more DLC for Mafia II.

Read on for a full listing of this week’s PSN Store content.


Today Blizzard Entertainment released the first new official custom map for its insanely popular RTS StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty. Dubbed ‘Burning Tide,’ the new map pits two teams of three against each other in a race to reach a set number of resources.

Think that sounds easy enough? Well, of course there’s a twist. Much like the campaign level ‘The Devil’s Playground,’ Burning Tide features periodic lava flood which interrupt your resource gathering. Read more… »

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Nintendo DLC Update 9/6/10
By: | September 6th, 2010

It’s your favourite day of the week! That’s right, it’s Idonthavetogotoworktoday. As much as I would have loved to sleep in and enjoy the government-sanctioned holiday, especially considering the fact that I managed to get less than eight hours of sleep over the entirety of the weekend, I am here to bring you the Nintendo Update.

Seriously, PAX was great. There are plenty of wonderful titles headed to Nintendo’s downloadable services in the coming months. So keep an eye out. Until then, you’ll have to make do with these.

Hit the jump if spending your Labor Day with “peculiar cowboys, deadly samurai and feathered friends” sounds like your idea of a good time.


Another Wednesday is upon us, which means it’s time to unravel this week’s goodies for the PSN Store. Highlights include playable demos for R.U.S.E. and the highly touted Vanquish along with new DLC for Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days, Bioshock 2, Red Dead Redemption and a reasonably priced car pack for Split/Second.

All in all, a pretty packed update I would say. Hit the jump for a full round-up.


A marked improvement on some recent summer offerings in the PSN Store : among this week’s highlights include a playable demo of Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2, the release of Pixel Junk Racers: 2nd Lap, and fresh DLC for Mafia II and Naughty Bear.

The timeless MotorStorm: Pacific Rift also enters the third dimension in a stripped down version entitled MotorStorm 3D Rift for those few souls that own one of those newfangled 3D TVs by having more money than sense.

The rest of this week’s PSN store update can be read in full after the break.


Guess what!? You’ll never believe it! Finally, a week that is actually worthy of our praises.

This week you can enjoy Shank, PixelJunk Racers 2nd Lap, Press Your Luck, and more! You can even extend your PlayStation 3 warranty if you wish. Also, a couple of goodies for you PlayStation Plus subscribers. So hit the jump for more on this week’s update.


Over the weekend Valve Software announced that it will release a second batch of DLC for its zombie apocalypse shooters Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2. Dubbed “The Sacrifice,” this new bit of content tells the story of how one of the original L4D survivors (you know who I’m talking about if you played “The Passing”) bites the big one so his (or her…) friends can keep moving on. The cool thing is, when you play “The Sacrifice,” you get to choose which survivor takes the plunge for his/her homies. While it may not be cannon to the story, it does give you a chance to have some fun with your least favorite survivor (Francis… I’m looking at you).

The best news about this DLC is that it is coming to both L4D and L4D2. On top of that, the campaign No Mercy from L4D is officially being ported over to L4D2. That means you’ll be chainsawing Chargers on the Mercy Hospital rooftop, while trying to avoid being Jockeyed off the edges. Read more… »