Valve has managed to release quite a few great games in their lifetime, ranging from Half life back in 1998, to more recent Games like Left4dead. Being one of the few companies that don’t crash and burn on big releases, they certainly appear have a good head on their shoulders.
Announced by Hollywood Reporter earlier today is that the Tomb Movie franchise will be getting a reboot (much like the game series), and Angelina Jolie will not be returning for the new movie.
If you happen to be a student at the Berkeley campus of the University of California, then you can now partake in a brand new course who’s purpose is to help you enjoy the art of competitive Starcraft.
Anyone who has been to a Killzone forum would of noticed it has lit up with fan posts demanding why didn’t it get a perfect score, aka IGN AU 9.0, IGN 9.4 rating, or more curiously why is it rated below Resistance 2.. Well below we try to help answer those questions.
Today Capcom debunked the circulating news that Dead Rising 2 would be multiplatform, blaming mistranslation of the Japanese magazine Famitsu as the culprit. However, Capcom’s Product Marketing Manager did release an article yesterday defending the one other confirmed Dead Rising, that will be coming out for the Nintendo Wii.
So the mysterious clock that appeared on www.finalfantasy13game.com a little under a week ago has finally ended. After a brief hiccup waiting for the video to actually become accessible, viewers were treated to a cinematic/gameplay hybrid trailer.
Additional clothing was added to the Avatar editor for the Xbox 360, in the form of European National Football sport shirts. These sport shirts represent 18 different “teams”, so here is the list: Read more… »
In the current Famitsu gaming magazine it has been confirmed by Capcom that their goal is to make 2009 a year with less console-exclusive games. Included in this plan is the hotly anticipated Dead Rising 2. With traditionally console specific games like Resident Evil becoming multiplatform, it’s nice to see Capcom spreading the love around.
Recently IGN has been posting specs for the rumored upcoming of the PSP2. One such article at the site suggests the next PSP would have touch-screen technology, a sleeker design, a built in hard drive, and dual analog sticks.