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Archive for 23 October 2012


To the surprise of no-one, the Tomb Raider box art has Lara Croft on it

Would you like to see the box art for the forthcoming remake/reboot/deboot/premake (whatever it is) of Tomb Raider?

By Peter Parrish | 23 Oct 2012 | Comments Off

Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams wants to flip your worldview [Video]

Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams has quite a development history. Back in the 1980s, Great Giana Sisters was little more than a Mario knock-off for the Commodore 64, to the extent that it drew legal attention from Nintendo.

By Peter Parrish | 23 Oct 2012 | Comments Off

Medal of Honor: Warfighter’s first day patch notes could fill a novella

Danger Close’s Medal of Honor: Warfighter is released today in the US.

By Peter Parrish | 23 Oct 2012 | Comments Off

Check out the Assassin’s Creed 3 launch trailer

Ubisoft has released the official UK Assassin’s Creed 3 launch trailer.

By John Robertson | 23 Oct 2012 | Comments Off

Square Enix is first publisher to publicly license Unreal Engine 4

Square Enix has become the first publisher to publicly license Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4.

By John Robertson | 23 Oct 2012 | Comments Off

F1 Race Stars [Preview] – Insert tyred F1 pun

We first saw F1 Race Stars a couple of months back during the week-long sauna with sweaty fat kids that is Gamescom.

By John Robertson | 23 Oct 2012 | Comments Off

Mobile-esque subscriptions “pivotal” for Xbox business, says Microsoft

The subscription model used for mobile phone contracts is “pivotal” to the future of the Xbox business, so says Microsoft’s manager for interactive entertainment and marketing Matt Barlow.

By John Robertson | 23 Oct 2012 | Comments Off

Lots of new screens for The Elder Scrolls Online

ZeniMax has let slip quite a few new screens for upcoming MMO The Elder Scrolls Online. 

By John Robertson | 23 Oct 2012 | 4

Sony cleared of criminal charges for 2011 PSN hacks

The 2011 hack of PlayStation Network that brought the online service to its knees and led to a failure on Sony’s part to protect the personal information of its customers is the centre of the news again today.

By John Robertson | 23 Oct 2012 | Comments Off