Archive for 2 September 2011
Modern Warfare 3’s ‘Elite’ service priced, Xbox 360 bundle revealed
With the Call of Duty expo underway, news has started to rat-a-tat out like eager shells from the barrel of an info-gun.
Deus Ex ‘Missing Link’ DLC coming in October
All that strange decryption stuff had a point after all, as Eidos Montreal announces some ‘Missing Link’ DLC for Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
A time for wolves: Stronghold 3’s new trailer
Firefly’s new Stronghold 3 trailer is pretty tame (and brown), up until the point wolves descend upon your hapless peasantry.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution originally had more hubs
In a recent interview, Eidos Montreal art director Jonathan Jacques-Belletête has confirmed what many may have suspected, that the Montreal section of Human Revolution was intended as a full hub.
Free co-op DLC coming to Wahammer 40k: Space Marine
Relic’s third-person Ork-explode-em-up title Warhammer 40K: Space Marine is released next week, but already has some DLC on the way.
Serious Sam 3 finds time for your helpline queries
The kind souls over at Croteam realise you may have helpline-style queries about Serious Sam 3: BFE, and they want to help you out.
Modern Warfare 3 airdrops a multiplayer trailer
In a surprisingly move, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 appears to have switched to a third-person perspective.
Prey 2 Eyes-On
Since 2006 Barack Obama has become the United States’ first black President, Spain have won the World and European Cups, swine flu has come and gone, the economy has gone haywire and London was torn down by a bunch of kids who fancied an early upgrade to their mobile phones.
Diablo 3 Beta test starts
Blizzard are now on the frinal stretch to getting their Diablo 3 beta test underway.
At Gamescom NCsoft and Carbine Studios unveiled their new MMO, WildStar, to the crowds.
F1 2011 Hands-On
F1 2010 was (still is) a very impressive game. Not only because of the quality of its gameplay but because of the fact that it was the first game in a new series – the development team largely treading in blind water, not knowing how an expectant audience would react.