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Archive for 21 December 2009


DC Universe’s Mr Freeze Revealed

Sony Online Entertainment has released twelve new images of Mr Freeze from its upcoming MMO, DC Universe Online.

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Divinity 2: Ego Draconis Demo Released

cdv Software has announced that a demo for the upcoming Divinity II – Ego Draconis is now available.

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Mass Effect 2 Hands On Preview [PC]

Writing a spoiler free Mass Effect 2 preview is becoming an increasingly difficult task.

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Earthrise Release Aimed For Second Quarter 2010

Earthrise’s December letter has revealed that the company hopes to release its self-titled MMO in the second quarter of 2010.

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Second Op Flash DLC Visual Trailer

The latest trailer for Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising DLC can be found here.

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The Saboteur Patch For PC With Another On The Way

PC gamers who’ve not been able to play The Saboteur because of a bug conflicting with ATI graphics cards will be glad to hear a patch has now been made available to download from the Pandemic website.The issues plaguing PC users with ATI graphics cards surfaced earlier this month, with the official forums going mad and reports of pretty much all the ATI Radeon’s series of cards affecting the game.

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"Ghost Recon: Future Soldier" Trademarked

Another Ghost Recon game should be making it to our consoles sometime soon as Ubisoft has trademarked “Ghost Recon: Future Soldier” as a title.This could just be a trademark, with no game materialising for many years, or it could be the start of the surfacing of a new game.

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Why Fantasy MMOs Have An Edge Over Sci-Fi

In a seemingly growing trend, next year will bring with it therelease of many new Massively Multiplayer Online Role Play Games.

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Ubi: Splinter Cell: Conviction Will Be Worth The Wait

Ubisoft has stressed game quality was the reason behind the Splinter Cell: Conviction delay.In an interview with CVG, Conviction multiplayer head Patrick Redding said he is confident the delay will mean better review scores.”I definitely do [think reviews will be worth the delays],” he said.“We have a lot of stake in Splinter Cell as a brand and the one thing I think we agree on internally is that no one wants to be the team that sinks the franchise.”In other Conviction news, Ubi also recently announced the game will not feature dedicated servers.

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