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Fable Anniversary delayed to February 2014

More posts about Sep 16 2013 add comment

Fable Anniversary won’t make its original holiday 2013 deadline, Lionhead Studios announced today. Lead designer Ted Timmins explains the HD remake of Fable will be delayed to 2014 because the studio needs “a little more time in order to meet our ambitions and give you, the fans, the best game possible”.
The Xbox-exclusive title will be released in February 2014 in physical form and online via the Xbox Games Store. In addition to Fable Anniversary, a title with multiplayer for the […]

Xbox One controller to work with Windows PC in 2014

Aug 15 2013 add comment

The controller of the upcoming Xbox One will soon be able to work not just on Microsoft’s next-generation console but on PC as well. According to what video game blog GamesBeat heard from an unnamed Microsoft spokesperson, the new controller for the Xbox One sports new technology that makes it different from the controller used by the Xbox 360 and that it will take “some work” to make the new controller work with PC games that were […]

Konami asks fans for input on potential Metal Gear Rising sequel

More posts about , Aug 1 2013 add comment

Konami might be gearing up for a sequel to Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, the spin-off game in the Metal Gear Solid franchise that they released with Platinum Games in February 2013. Linking to a publicly available survey from their official Metal Gear Solid website, Konami is asking for input on how gamers felt about Revengeance and what they’d like to see more if a potential sequel was to be made.

PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Wii U prices compared to consoles since 1977, adjusted for inflation

Jun 30 2013 add comment

We’re almost into July and the holiday season of 2013 is just edging closer, along with the launch of next-generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft. The big $100 gap between the $399 PlayStation 4 and $499 Xbox One has certainly sparked plenty of raised eyebrows and debates; since Sony’s offering is clearly cheaper AND apparently has slightly better hardware to power games, while the Xbox One comes with the Kinect camera (something gamers will have to shell out extra for […]

Watch Dogs’ protagonist Aiden Pearce fights crime in fresh trailer

More posts about Jun 11 2013 add comment

During Ubisoft’s E3 press conference, the studio released a new trailer for its upcoming open-world game Watch Dogs, featuring antihero Aiden Pearce taking down a human trafficker with his “fists and wits”. The trailer plays out just like a movie or uncannily like TV show Person of Interest, whichever way you want to look at it, and I must say that this is the most impressive E3 trailer I’ve seen.
Get in on all the cyber warfare action in Watch Dogs […]

Batman: Arkham Origins gets first gameplay trailer

More posts about Jun 11 2013 add comment

During the E3 press conference earlier today, Warner Bros. Interactive debuted the first gameplay trailer for Batman: Arkham Origins. The trailer shows off plenty of brutal action in Gotham City where villains rule factions and factions rule the streets. It looks like Batman is up for a challenge in this prequel as someone sets a bounty for his head, but no doubt the younger Batman will outsmart these baddies and save the world like he does.
Roger Craig Smith (Assassin’s Creed […]

Ubisoft announces open world MMO Tom Clancy’s The Division

More posts about Jun 10 2013 add comment

Ubisoft has joined forces with Massive Entertainment to create a multiplayer open-world game Tom Clancy’s The Division set in a post-apocalyptic New York where a virus outbreak is caused by germs on money used on Black Friday. While the gameplay and setting looks impressive with its cool gadgets and combat tactics, it’s a pity they aren’t giving PC gamers a chance to join in on the fun.
The Division will release sometime in 2014 for Xbox One and PS4.

Crysis 3 The Lost Island DLC adds more multiplayer fun, already out

More posts about Jun 6 2013 add comment

The Lost Island is the first DLC for high-tech first person shooter, Crysis 3, which was first launched in February 2013. This DLC is geared towards the multiplayer aspect of the game while bringing players back to the setting of the original Crysis; with 4 new maps (Ascent, Crossing, Coastline and Creek) all set in the forest and foliage-filled environment of an island near the Philippines.

Ubisoft: “Sam will be back” for next-gen Splinter Cell titles

More posts about May 31 2013 add comment

While Splinter Cell: Blacklist prepares for its August release, Ubisoft Toronto is already planning next-gen adventures for Sam Fisher with more Splinter Cell titles in the making.
“For next-gen there are a lot of plans in the works,” Blacklist art director Scott Lee said when speaking to Arabic Gamers. “Obviously we can’t talk about that at the moment but I definitely look forward to seeing Sam in new adventures, bigger and better as we go along. Sam will […]

Metro: Last Light is outselling its predecessor in first week of release

More posts about May 31 2013 add comment

Deep Silver has announced that Metro: Last Light is outselling its predecessor Metro 2033 in its first week of release in its first three months. Metro 2033’s worldwide sales has also tripled over the opening week on PC.
“Metro: Last Light is Deep Silver’s most critically acclaimed game to date,” Menno van der Bil, international commercial director at Deep Silver, said in the press release. “We are delighted with the deserved critical and commercial success the game has achieved, and hope […]

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