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Boycotts, glitches, and BBB complaints be damned. Despite a rough month in the public eye, Mass Effect 3 has risen to the top spot in NPD's monthly US sales tally, outperforming its predecessor and boosting an otherwise dismal month for video game sales...
No, I have not missed a decimal point out of those prices in the headline. This is actually a thing that has been deemed a good idea. In this age of complaints about on-disc DLC, money-grubbing in-game purhases, over-priced high street game shops, over-priced, out-of-touch downloadable game publishing models, over-priced consoles, and over-priced everything else, Capcom, the historical king of wringing money out of its fans, is releasing a £820 video game.
You get some extra stuff with it, mind. Click on for the details.
Since virtually every game suffers from delays these days, it's welcome news when any game is coming out sooner than expected. It's even more rare when it happens to a game as anticipated as Resident Evil 6, which makes today's news even better...
Harmonix is preparing to bring back Rock Band - but with a few changes this time. The downloadable title will take up less living-room space than its predecessors' banks of instruments, for starters...
One of Resident Evil 3's most pant-crapping moments is getting retold in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, and this week Capcom announced fans will be able to relive the terror/fun from a very different point of view in free DLC this April...
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