One of the better indie titles to be released on consoles makes its way to the Xbox One this week thanks to the ID@Xbox program and a team of dedicated programmers. Read More.
News Articles By Daniel Acaba
Microsoft has recently slashed the prices of a number of their XBLA games as well as a few Games on Demand. A fairly comprehensive listis below:
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Are you someone who enjoys going online to complain about video game companies? Like to vent about the online passes or complain about DMR? Enjoy going to your favorite forum to complain about server closures? Well be sure to keep that far away from EA's prying ears or you might find yourself unable to play your newly purchased games. Read More.
Fable III has recently release a new piece of DLC entitled Traitor's Keep. This grand adventure is to be your first grand adventure as a ruler. It seems that some people aren't real happy with your rule and are planning on following a tradition that you started - usurping the throne via revolution. Read More.
As of this week the costume DLC for Capcoms' newest brawler, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, is available to spice up your characters. Setting you back $5 (400 MSP) this costume pack will grant you alternate outfits for six of your favorite characters. These outfits are more than just recolors and feature entirely separate character designs much like the Street Fighter IV DLC that came before it. Read More.
Microsoft has finally announced the release date for the upcoming Halo: Reach DLC so Halo fanatics everywhere can get those Microsoft Points ready. Releasing on March 15th this snazzy piece of DLC will set you back 800 MSP and provides 150 achievement points to be struggled for over the three new maps. Read More.
Warner Brothers Interactive has recently announced that the upcoming Mortal Kombat, a reboot of the classic franchise, has been refused classification by the Australian Classification Board. This basically means that the game cannot be legally sold by stores, clearly quite a problem for those gamers down under hoping to get their hands on the upcoming NetherRealm Studios release. Read More.
It's safe to say that Epic really dodged a potentially hostile situation when they announced that Gears of War III was delayed. Initially meant to be released in April of this year gamers were told to wait until some nebulous time in late 2011, leading many to suspect that Microsoft was holding the game for its winter line-up. Read More.
Ubisoft has recently unveiled some new DLC that's a double assassination of content. The previous DLC for Assassin's Creed 2 was obviously single player and the recently released content for Brotherhood has been multiplayer. Well this new pack is going to have a nice mix of the two that should please anybody who owns the title. Read More.
Imagine that you've finally saved up to go on a big, expensive vacation. So you single out the Royal Palms Resort, located in a fictional spot in Papa New Guinea. After a wild night of partying you wake up to find out that this luxurious hotel has become infested by zombies. Read More.
When The Darkness was released in 2007 to rather favourable reviews and sales it was a surprise that a sequel wasn't immediately announced as the gaming industry tends to do. Well 2K Games and Digital Extremes, the developers behind Dark Sector and the multiplayer portion of Bioshock 2, have announced that they are indeed working on The Darkness II which will continue the storyline of Jackie Estacado and the supernatural force known as The Darkness. Read More.