Above: See the first trailer for X-Men Destiny inside
A new X-Men game is in development. X-Men Destiny will be developed by Silicon Knights and published by Activision. Not much else is known about the upcoming title except for the select mutants revealed in the game’s first trailer…
We're less than a week away from the year's biggest game show (that'd be E3 2010, not like Price is Right or something) and the list of confirmed games keeps on coming. Today we've got 2K spilling the beans on their lineup.
Which is found after the link, of course.
Should you buy APB, Crysis 2, F.E.A.R. 3, XCOM, or Bulletstorm? PC Gamer’s Shooter Showdown has all the answers. The issue highlights some of the biggest doses of first-person action coming our way, including an in-depth look at Crysis 2, a first encounter with XCOM, a F.E.A.R. 3 freakshow and a final inspection of APB. Plus, we preview Deus Ex 3, The Witcher 2, The Sims 3 Ambitions and the new MMO/RTS End of Nations. In reviews we pass judgment on Splinter Cell: Conviction, Lead & Gold: Gangs of the Wild West, Sam & Max Season 3, Episode 1: The Penal Zone, Love, Plain Sight, Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City and Mount & Blade: Warband. And that’s just the beginning!
Does your economy exhibit any of the following symptoms? Manufacturing base moved off to the developing world? Out of natural resources to exploit? Agribusiness has the food system by the balls? Record-high unemployment, skyrocketing home foreclosures, or shrinking middle class? The prescription: when there’s nothing left to believe in, believe in make-believe.
MGS 4 is finally out this week, and so the rumour mongers are out in force with some willy-teasing info for us to ponder.
The most interesting is word of a new MGS game for PSP: Metal Gear 3: Revolver Ocelot. It's said to be set between Metal Gear Portable Ops and MGS2, giving you control of Ocelot. It's tipped to be unveiled at E3 next month.
A grainy off-screen pic of what looks like the title screen was posted on the
Word has reached us that a big Xbox 360 announcement will be made in the Middle East next week, which could maybe mean the region's introduction to Xbox Live.We've been reliably informed that invitations have been sent out for the Dubai-based event, which promises "big news" for Xbox 360 in the region.Microsoft's console has already launched in the Middle East, though without its highly regarded online service. That's a bit like having bread
Nov 20, 2007
Microsoft is offering Xbox Live Arcade games for 360 owners who persuade their friends to buy its console.
The Together Experience, as it's calling it, has you a your Xbox-buying friend fill out a form together (after buying a lovely new console, obviously) where after you'll both receive ten Xbox Live Arcade games. Yes, ten.
And they're not crap ones, either. Every Extend Extra Extreme, Sonic The Hedgehog, Street Fighter II Hyper Fighting, Bomberman Live, Marble Blast Ultra,
Nov 19, 2007
Robbie Bach, president of Microsoft's Entertainment and Devices division, has thrown down the gauntlet to Sony's PlayStation Network, insisting that Xbox Live has "no rivals."
Speaking to the LA Times, Bach said that Microsoft was years ahead of its rivals when it came to online gaming and downloadable media: "It's fair to say that Xbox Live is clearly head and shoulders above anything anyone else has tried to do.
"We don't have competition. Sony has done some things online, but
Nov 15, 2007
It was always a pipedream, really; Microsoft's Larry 'Major Nelson' Hryb has debunked all talk of the new downloadable Xbox Originals featuring 360-type achievements.
The downloadable Xbox games, which will be arriving on December 4 for 1200 Microsoft points ($15), will appear via software emulation / backwards features, which is just one of the reasons why retro-active Achievements just can't happen.
"The answer is no," Nelson informs the gutted Achievement whores on his