Previously, fans of the upcoming sequel to the first-person sci-fi shooter released in 2006 were worried that the game had been cancelled, with no word from Bethesda to the contrary. Read More.
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Bethesda has announced Kinect support for Skyrim will be coming to the Xbox 360 in the near future. Though you won't be able to swing your arms to slash and maul your opponents, the new update will offer Voice Support, allowing you to perform dragon shouts, equip items via hotkeys, command followers, and use all the menus in the game. Read More.
In a brief and suprisingly terse announcement, Nintendo has announced their intention to release the "Wii's successor system" in 2012. There is almost no information about the new console whatsoever, except that a playable model will be available at this year's E3, which goes from June 7-10. Read More.
The great people at Valve, makers of Half-Life and Team Fortress 2, have successfully completed their charity event, selling special hats in Team Fortress 2. The drive, started 2 weeks ago, sold unique hats with a certain Japanese flair for characters to wear in the popular online team-based shooter. Read More.
Bethesda Softworks, in a press released issued today, has announced the development and release of Prey 2.
Prey 2, scheduled for release on the Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and Games for Windows Live platforms, is being developed by Human Head Studios, the same team that developed the first Prey game. Read More.
Ever wondered how, exactly, the Nintendo 3DS is doing what it is doing without the need for $300 glasses? Check out this article from The Globe and Mail to find out. It's a pretty good explanation of what a parallax barrier is, how it helps you see what you see, and why it's going to eat up batteries twice as fast on the handheld. Read More.
Some big names this week, but not much more. For Bioware fans, this is the week you've been waiting for, with Dragon Age II coming out this Tuesday. For those who prefer their role-playing a little less blood-splattered, the next Pokemon titles, White and Black, are released on the DS. Read More.
A meeting between Silicon Era and Sega has revealed the list of gameplay elements in Yakuza 4 that will not be coming to the west with it, when the game hits North American shores on the 15th of this month. Read More.
Today Atlus announced a western release date for Catherine, a peculiar psychological-horror-meets-Qbert kind of game, out in Japan already for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. Read More.
Online publication Beefjack has reported that Atlus has no plans to bring Catherine, for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, over the the west. This comes from the PR of Atlus US. Read More.
This week is looking pretty quiet in terms of video game releases. However, if you've been looking forward to Dawn of War 2: Retribution, the latest expansion for the popular Warhammer 40K RTS, then this is the week for you. Also new this week is some Dead Space 2 and Call of Duty: Black Ops DLC and Rift, a new PC massively-multiplayer online game. Read More.
[URL=http://press.nintendo.com/articles.jsp?id=27938]Nintendo has announced[/URL] the launch titles that will be released when the Nintendo 3DS hits North American shores on March 27th of this year. Read More.
So apparently Catherine, the recently-released nightmare-block-puzzler title from Atlus, has been recieving a fair amount of flak from the level of difficulty it provides players, even on the easiest settings. Read More.
Epic Games design director Cliff Bleszinski recently spoke to Eurogamer about why you won't be seeing your friend pull of skill shots next to you while going through the campaign mode of Bulletstorm, the latest game from developer People Can Fly. Read More.