Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock is set to end on an absolute test of endurance, as Rush’s 20-minute opener to the album of the same name, 2112, was announced to be the final track in the game’s new Quest mode.
News surfaced this morning that Stuart Black, lead designed with Codemasters’ Guildford studio, has apparently walked away from his current project, Bodycount. However, the game is still due for release next year.
This week’s Famitsu magazine in Japan unveiled a flurry of new info regarding Capcom’s upcoming Monster Hunter Portable 3rd, the next iteration of their successful PSP franchise. We’ve got the info, as well as a link to the said scans, after the jump.
Tomb Raider’s series revamp Lara Croft and the Guardian Of Light got a release date this evening, courtesy of developer Crystal Dynamics’ Twitter feed. The game will be released on the Xbox Live Marketplace on August the 18th, as part of the Xbox Summer of Arcade initiative that will also see the release of games… Continue reading Lara Croft and the Guardian Of Light Gets A Release Date
While I’d like to think that this is a serious error on their website, and that these folks can’t be serious, online retailer CoolShop.co.uk has listed this pre-order for upcoming Xbox 360 and Windows game Fable III for an astonishing £925. That’s a lot of moolah for a single game. I had to make sure… Continue reading Store Taking Ridiculously Overpriced Pre-Orders On Fable III
Rockstar has a, let’s just say, uncanny knack of having most of its catalog of games highly praised. Sure, you can say that about almost any major publisher, but aside from Manhunt 2, all of Rockstar’s games have been received well by critics and gamers alike. Red Dead Redemption, sequel to Red Dead Revolver on PS2… Continue reading Review: Red Dead Redemption
A post today on the EU PlayStation Community forums confirmed what has probably been coming for a while now: Sony are terminating the servers for card-battling game The Eye Of Judgment.
The EA Sports NHL Facebook page today unveiled Stanley Cup and Conn Smyrhe-winning Chicago Blackhawks forward Jonathan Toews as the cover athlete for the 2011 instalment of its main NHL franchise.
E3’s coming right up around the corner, and with it, the biggest games of this holiday season and beyond, as publishers and developers encroach upon Los Angeles to show the world’s media what they’ll have to offer over the next year. I will not be in attendance, but I will be watching the conferences and… Continue reading What I’d Like To See At E3
It seems that we could be kicking ass and chewing bubblegum* sooner than we think. Developers Apogee Software and publisher Take-Two Interactive have come to an agreement over the infamous Duke Nukem Forever lawsuits. (* but we’re all out of gum)
International Karate is a fighting game from 1985, designed and coded by Archer Maclean, Rob Hubbard and Mark Cale. Personally, I view it as probably one of the games that helped the genre gain its feet, and probably inspired many other to this day. Back then, it came out on pretty much everything with a… Continue reading Review: International Karate