Archive for April, 2010

Rumour: Leaked E3 list shows Killzone 3, LBP2 & Forza 4

Posted in E3 2010, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii, Opinion Articles, Other Gaming, PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Rumours, Xbox 360 with tags , , , , on April 28, 2010 by James Love

If this is true, E3 2010 could well be one of the biggest E3′s for a year with a slew of AAA games on the way.

This pre-E3 link was picked up on Twitter and lists various ‘confirmed’ titles for this years E3 including Killzone 3, LBP2, XBL Bond game (our bets, GoldenEye), Gears 3 and inFamous 2.

Another title sure to get the rumour mill going is Mass Effect 3 but not just for its unveiling, but for the fact that it will be done by Sony, adding fuel to the fire yet again that BioWare’s epic sci-fi franchise may finally make it onto Sony’s box.

See the picture of the leak after the jump with even more games to salivate over. Just remember, and we do stress this, it is only a rumour and the validity of the leak cannot be proven.

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New Mega Man 10 DLC this week

Posted in Capcom, Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 with tags , , on April 28, 2010 by James Love

Capcom have announced that the latest raft of Mega Man 10 DLC will be arriving this week on XBL, PSN and on WiiWare.

The following pieces launched on Wii on Monday, 360 today and will be on PSN tomorrow:

  • Endless Attack =$2.99/300 Wii Points/240 Microsoft Points
  • Special Stage 2 (Punk), Special Stage 3 (Ballade) = $0.99/100 Wii Points/80 Microsoft Points.

Red Steel 3 confirmed, to use Vitality Sensor

Posted in Magazine Scans, Nintendo Wii, Ubisoft with tags , , on April 28, 2010 by James Love

French site LiveWii is reporting that the existence of a Red Steel 3 from the latest issue of French Nintendo Magazine. The translation reads:

Despite a slow start of the second game, the Red Steel series is going to be a trilogy… confirmation comes with an important detail: the game is compatible with the Wii Vitality Sensor as told in an interview Jason Vandenberghe, Art Director of Red Steel 2 at Ubisoft Montreal.

What exactly the Vitality Sensor is exactly is unknown, however there is the potential for Nintendo to release such a peripheral at E3 2010 to keep the Wii fresh.

[Thanks NeverKnowTech]

[via CVG]

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Splinter Cell Conviction goes live on Steam in the US

Posted in PC, Ubisoft with tags , , on April 28, 2010 by James Love

For all you PC gamers wanting to play Splinter Cell Conviction there is good news, it’s not available to download on Steam in the US.

The US version costs $60, or $65 for the Deluxe Edition, and the European Deluxe Edition which goes on sale on Friday will cost €55 or €49.99 if you would rather have the standard version. You can also pre-load the game if you’re desperete to play it as soon as Friday comes around.

[Thanks VG247]

Championship Manager Mini on the way

Posted in PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios with tags on April 28, 2010 by James Love

Tim Hodges, Brand Manager for Championship Manager has announced over the PlayStation Blog that the Championship Manager Mini will be hitting the store within a week.

The game is launching in Europe 29th of April for £4.99/€5.99, however the timing of the release is a strange one in that there are only 2 games left in Premiership season.

Check out some screens and a trailer after the jump.

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New Naughty Bear trailer

Posted in 505 Games, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 with tags , on April 28, 2010 by James Love

Artificial Mind and Movement have released a new trailer for Naughty Bear, with the bear taking fashion tips from Freddy Krueger.

Game launches on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 this June.

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Sony unveil SingStar Remote

Posted in PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios with tags on April 28, 2010 by James Love

Sony have shown off a new feature for their SingStar range which will bring functionality to both the PlayStation 3 and the PSP.

Called SingStar Remote, it will come as part of the June update for SingStar and will allow you to connect PSP and PS3 to create a playlist of up to 20 songs.

[via CasualGaming.biz]

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