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2012-12-11
Aliens Colonial Marines won't be touching down until February 2013, but that doesn't stop SEGA from releasing a fresh new batch of screenshots, featuring those loveable Xenomorphs doing the things they do best, kill. These five screenshots hope to showcase the suspense and horror filled gameplay that players will experience come February. Fans should be even more excited for the game since it's a direct follow-up to Aliens. Aliens: Colonial Marines will be available in stores across the globe on February 12, 2013 on PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and Windows PC. A release date for the announced Wii U™ version will be revealed at a later time.  Written by: Mike Splechta Info from: gamezone.com
2012-12-03
If there's one thing that's for certain, you can't stop John McClane". For five films now, Bruce Willis' supercop has been running himself ragged, battling terrorists and surviving all sorts of ridiculous escapes, whether it's riding on the tail end of an F-14 or jumping off an exploding snowmobile. With his latest movie, A Good Day To Die Hard, out now, we thought we'd pay tribute to McClane in another area – video games. And there were a few out there that took advantage of the Die Hard license. Some were better than others, but it never hurts to look back and see what each one did for the franchise…  If there's one thing that's for certain, you can't stop John McClane". For five films now, Bruce Willis' supercop has been running himself ragged, battling terrorists and surviving all sorts of ridiculous escapes, whether it's riding on the tail end of an F-14 or jumping off an exploding snowmobile. With his latest movie, A Good Day To Die Hard, out now, we thought we'd pay tribute to McClane in another area – video games. And there were a few out there that took advantage of the Die Hard license. Some were better than others, but it never hurts to look back and see what each one did for the franchise…  If there's one thing that's for certain, you can't stop John McClane". For five films now, Bruce Willis' supercop has been running himself ragged, battling terrorists and surviving all sorts of ridiculous escapes, whether it's riding on the tail end of an F-14 or jumping off an exploding snowmobile. With his latest movie, A Good Day To Die Hard, out now, we thought we'd pay tribute to McClane in another area – video games. And there were a few out there that took advantage of the Die Hard license. Some were better than others, but it never hurts to look back and see what each one did for the franchise…  If there's one thing that's for certain, you can't stop John McClane". For five films now, Bruce Willis' supercop has been running himself ragged, battling terrorists and surviving all sorts of ridiculous escapes, whether it's riding on the tail end of an F-14 or jumping off an exploding snowmobile. With his latest movie, A Good Day To Die Hard, out now, we thought we'd pay tribute to McClane in another area – video games. And there were a few out there that took advantage of the Die Hard license. Some were better than others, but it never hurts to look back and see what each one did for the franchise…  If there's one thing that's for certain, you can't stop John McClane". For five films now, Bruce Willis' supercop has been running himself ragged, battling terrorists and surviving all sorts of ridiculous escapes, whether it's riding on the tail end of an F-14 or jumping off an exploding snowmobile. With his latest movie, A Good Day To Die Hard, out now, we thought we'd pay tribute to McClane in another area – video games. And there were a few out there that took advantage of the Die Hard license. Some were better than others, but it never hurts to look back and see what each one did for the franchise… 
2012-11-28
Black Friday and Cyber Monday, two of the busiest shopping days of the year, were the "best ever" for the Kindle family, Amazon announced today. According to the online retail giant, worldwide Kindle device sales more than doubled last year's record over the holiday shopping weekend. Much of the Kindle's success over the weekend came during Cyber Monday 2012 which served as the "biggest day ever" for Kindle sales worldwide thanks, in part, to a very enticing deal for the Kindle Fire (just $129). With that being said, the Kindle Fire HD is the "most gifted and most wished for" product on Amazon worldwide since its launch earlier this year. Additionally, the top 4 spots on the worldwide Amazon best sellers list since launch nearly three months ago are Kindle e-readers and Kindle Fires.  “Kindle e-readers and Kindle Fires have held the top 4 spots on the Amazon worldwide best sellers list since launch, and that was before the busiest shopping weekend of the year,” said Dave Limp, Vice President, Amazon Kindle. “We’re excited that customers made this Black Friday and Cyber Monday the best ever for Kindle worldwide—Cyber Monday was the biggest day ever for Kindle sales, and we’re looking forward to millions of customers opening a new Kindle this holiday season.”   For those looking to purchase a Kindle Fire this holiday season, below is what is available for purchase on Amazon.com as well as retailers like Best Buy, Radio Shack, and Staples: The $69 Kindle—small, light and fast, Kindle is the perfect entry-level Kindle for any reader. Kindle Paperwhite—the world’s most advanced e-reader—only $119. Kindle Paperwhite 3G—with the unparalleled added convenience of free 3G, no hunting for or paying for Wi-Fi hot spots, no monthly fees, and no annual contracts—only $179. Kindle Fire—all-new upgraded version of the best-selling standard definition Kindle Fire with a faster processor, twice the memory and longer battery life - all for an even lower breakthrough price—only$159. Kindle Fire HD—the world's most-advanced 7” tablet, with a stunning custom HD display, the fastest Wi-Fi, exclusive Dolby audio, powerful processor and graphics engine, and 16 GB of storage—only$199. Kindle Fire HD 8.9”—comes with all the same advanced technology on a stunning 8.9” large-screen 1920x1200 HD display with 254 ppi and a powerful OMAP 4470 processor and graphics engine—only $299. Kindle Fire HD 8.9” 4G—the same high-end large-screen HD tablet, 32 GB of storage, plus ultra-fast 4G LTE wireless powered by the latest generation 4G chipset, and groundbreaking $49.99 one year 4G LTE AT&T data package—only $499.     Written by: Matt Liebl  Info from: gamezone.com
2012-11-20
When I first read that the iOS automatic photo sync is now being tested for Facebook, it made me chuckle.  Not because I think it’s a bad idea but because I see it as a hilarious idea.  Will it be useful?  Will I probably use it?  Yes to both.  The reason is funny because I’m predicating, already, how many people are going to ‘accidently’ post private materials they would NEVER post online.  The chaos of this excites me to no end. If you’re an Android user, you are probably thinking to yourself “didn’t this already happen?” For you, yes, yes it did.  The basics of this concept is that you’ll be able to upload photos automatically to Facebook via cloud that you take with your iOS device; as in you don’t need to do s@#$ and boom – they are there for ALL your friends to see.  This is super useful and super frightening.  There will be failsafe measure and privacy doohickeys they you’ll be able to prevent madness from occurring, but I foresee it taking some time for people to get a clue about this.  The real crime here is that if your photos are going straight to Facebook… how will you Instagram them?  Gasp!  Some men just want to watch the world burn.     Written by: Andrew Clouther   Info from: gamezone.com
2012-11-18
When it comes to entertainment earnings, it looks like video games are beginning to overthrow the once popular Hollywood motion pictures. Activision today announced that the life-to-date sales for the Call of Dutyfranchise have exceeded worldwide theatrical box office receipts for Harry Potterand Star Wars, the two most successful movie franchises of all time. This news comes during the same report that revealed Black Ops 2, the latest installment for the hit franchise, has delivered the "biggest entertainment launch of the year". Black Ops 2 has achieved an estimated sell-through of more than $500 million worldwide in just the first 24 hours of its release. This makes Call of Duty the biggest entertainment launch of the year for the fourth year in a row. But it's not just Call of Duty that's showing up Hollywood. Prior to Activision's announcement today, Microsoft and 343 Industries had revealed that Halo 4 — which earned more than $220 million worldwide in its first week — had surpassed the record for the biggest day-one opening in U.S. box office history. Based on U.S. sales alone, Halo 4 is more popular than Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, as well as the biggest movie of 2012, The Avengers. I think, more than anything, this proves that video games now have a firm foothold in the entertainment industry.     Written by: Matt Liebl   Info from: gamezone.com
2012-11-12
Yay!  The ongoing HTC and Apple law war has come to an end.  Instead of ending in blood, the two companies have decided to drop all current lawsuits and to actually pick up a ten-year license agreement together.  How sweet. It’s good to see two crazy kids coming together like this and open up some potential future plans with one another.  The terms of the settlement are confidential but something must have gone right.  “HTC is pleased to have resolved its dispute with Apple, so HTC can focus on innovation instead of litigation,” said Peter Chou, CEO of HTC. “We are glad to have reached a settlement with HTC,” said Tim Cook, CEO of Apple. “We will continue to stay laser focused on product innovation.” Here’s to the next decade boys.         Written by: Andrew Clouther Info from: gamezone.com
2012-11-06
Battlefield 3: Premium, EA's premium content service forlast year's Battlefield 3 game, has surpassed 2 million members. The service, which unlocks all Battlefield 3 add-on content for a one-time fee of $49.99, launched in June 2012. EA announced the milestone today, while thanking fans with a free copy of Battlefield 1942 on PC. "Today, we're equally as proud with the success of Battlefield 3 Premium. This has been an ambitious way to give our fans fresh, high-quality content at a great value," said DICE General Manager Karl Magnus Troedsson. "This achievement is helping us define the new standard by which all other shooters deliver content and exclusive bonuses to their player communities." Battlefield 3: Premium unlocks five themed digital expansion packs that include a total of 20 new maps, new weapons and vehicles, four new game modes, and much more. To date, three expansions have been released: Back to Karkand, Close Quarters, and Armored Kill. The next add-on, Aftermath, is set to release on November 27 for PS3 Premium member and December 11 for non-Premium PS3 members. It will be available on Xbox 360 and PC for Premium members on December 4 and on December 18 for non-Premium members. This digital expansion is set in the "shattered districts, streets and cities of a post-earthquake Iran. With operational capacity severely compromised, players will fight through the dust and rubble in a vertical and horizontal urban combat setting." Other new features include support in the form of heavily modified troop transport and civilian vehicles adapted for warfare as well as the deadly crossbow, a new weapon to help players deliver silent kills.  Battlefield 3: End Game, the final add-on, will be available in March 2013.      Written by: Matt Liebl Info from: gamezone.com
2012-10-29
With the first part of Ghost Recon Online's Clans feature being implemented yesterday in the 0.9.0 patch, Ubisoft has revealed that the next phase will happen in "early 2013".  The next phase will introduce more competitive elements like dedicated clan matches and leaderboards. Players will be able to challenge other Clans in either ranked or unranked Clan matches. Additionally, the results and stats from ranked Clan matches will be tracked on Clan leaderboards for bragging rights. "Our ultimate goal is to ensure that our current (and future) players have the tools they need to create their own thriving social groups," Ubisoft said. "We see phase one of our clan feature as just the beginning of a successful game feature that will ensure that finding a group of like-minded and competitive players will be a simple, straightforward and rewarding experience." Yesterday's patch also introduced brand new Halloween-themed weapons and a Beginner's Playlist.   Written by: Matt Liebl Info from: gamezone.com
2012-10-29
More users than ever before are connecting their 3DSs to the Internet, revealed Nintendo. Worldwide connectivity has reached 72 percent worldwide. That's a 10 percent increase from last year. Nintendo president Satoru Iwata reported that the Internet-connection ratio is particularly high in the U.S. and Japan, where it's rising beyond 80 percent. Rates are lower in Europe and Australia. The Nintendo Direct videos are largely responsible for pulling users online in Japan, at least. Iwata said that connecting to the 3DS eShop is the most popular way for Japanese users to watch the content after it's aired, which came as a surprise to the company. Users can also connect to the eShop to download games, which accounts for three to 10 percent of total sales worldwide. Animal Crossing: New Leaf marks Nintendo's first game where it's actively promoting the downloadable version of the game. The company feels it's the type of game that players would want to have access to at all times. Also, by raising awareness of one download game, Nintendo can make people more aware of others in general. Nintendo is also releasing a special Animal Crossing: New Leaf 3DS bundle in Japan this fall, which includes a download copy of the game loaded on to the SD card. The company is planning similar bundles for New Super Mario Bros. 2 and Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate.    Written by: Stephanie Carmichael Info from: gamezone.com
2012-10-25
Social gaming giant Zynga is facing major losses this week. We reported yesterday on the rumor that the company wasclosing studios in Austin, Boston, and Chicago. New information confirms that Boston, Austin, Japan, and UK branches are affected. "We are closing the Zynga Boston studio and proposing closures of the Zynga Japan and UK studios," said chief executive officer Mark Pincus in an internal statement to the Zynga team. "Additionally, we are reducing staffing levels in our Austin studio. All of these represent terrific entrepreneurial teams, which make this decision so difficult." Zynga is shutting down 13 games and reducing investment in The Ville. These changes affect 5 percent of the company's workforce, said Pincus. "Zynga made social gaming and play a worldwide phenomenon, and we remain the industry leader," he said. "Our success has come from our dedication to a simple and powerful proposition — that play is not just something people do to pass time, it's a core need for every person and culture."   Written by: Stephanie Carmichael Info from: gamezone.com
2012-10-23
The Free Bundle is still going strong, and it's on its third incarnation. This time around, five new games are available for download, and they're being distributed at no cost to you. The games in the latest Free Bundle are Ninja Senki, Cube 2: Sauerbraten, Uberleben,Armagetron Advanced, and Lyle in Cube Sector. Those are some pretty sweet games, and I can personally vouch for Ninja Senki, which is like a Mega Man fan's wet dream. Additionally, Vampires! is also downloadable, though it features a $4.99 price tag. The reason for this is due to developer Jan Kavan having some recent issues with a publisher and going through financial woes. If you've got some spare cash and want to purchase the game, you can. If not, you can always spread the word. Check out the latest Free Bundle and do a little shopping while you're at it. At $0, everything's quite affordable.
2012-10-23
Doom 3 has been shaking up audiences for well over six years now, doing quite well for id Software since its release on Xbox and PC.  But since that time, we've heard very little movement on the franchise, even though Doom 4 is in the works…and set to release, well, someday.  To please fans in the meantime, Bethesda and id have teamed up again to bringDoom 3 back to the forefront in a new special BFG Edition, packing a huge amount of extras and a fairly good high-definition treatment.  Though not every aspect of the gameplay is as fundamental as what you'd find in more current shooters, this is still well worth a look. The game takes place in 2142, when the Union Aerospace Corporation (UAC for short) is running the basics through its research facility on Mars.  As a space marine sent in to check up on things, you're on the hunt for some missing scientists, wondering what's up.  But in the midst of your investigation, a strange demonic force overtakes the place, and you're soon scurrying for every weapon you can get your hands on, just for the sake of surviving.  Yep, classic Doom. Though the gameplay seems ancient in spots (the jumping is still a little floaty in places and you don't have the power of a melee attack), id Software did a commendable job making it work in BFG Edition.  You'll hunt down every weapon you can get your hands on, check every nook and cranny for monsters that could pop out of the woodwork, and thank the team for including the benefit of a temporary flashlight, so you're not completely wandering around in the dark when the growling kicks in. Where id really did most of their work is in the visuals.  Doom 3: BFG Edition boasts a stunning high-definition transfer that offers the best of both worlds – a cool 3D effect for those with the TV's to support it, and a silky smooth 60 frames per second frame rate for everyone else.  The monsters look incredibly vicious to this very day, and watching them jump towards you is truly frightening.  The levels themselves can be a bit monotonous, and sometimes you can fall into a trap with an open floor grate (OUCH!), but overall, this is a good transfer of a classic game.  It definitely holds up to today's contemporary standards – even though you can't skip the cut scenes before each stage. The audio hasn't changed much, but Doom 3 packs a decent amount of dialogue, along with ambient effects that will send chills down your spine and the occasional blood-pumping music.  Not much needed to change here. Along with the full Doom 3 game, BFG Edition also packs a few extras.  The original Doom andDoom 2 are included, and well represented considering that the games are even older than 99 percent of shooters these days.  Resurrection of Evil is also thrown in, along with a new Lost Mission story angle, one that all fans will definitely want to check out.  Multiplayer is available, and though not as in-depth or well-tracked as, say, Call of Duty, it's still well worth a try.  Oh, and we mentioned this was a bargain deal at $40, right?While Doom 3: BFG Edition won't make us forget that we still want Doom 4 now more than ever, it's a great little package for those who want to relive the glory days of shooters, while soaking in the contemporary visual and online touches that we've come to see in today's products.  For $40, this is one hell of a deal.      Written by: Robert Workman Info from: gamezone.com
2012-10-21
It’s not too often that a single developer maintains a spotlight in our busy industry, but EPIC Games has done just that. The past few weeks have been focused on Microsoft’s first-party developer, including the departure of the nitrous Cliff Bleszinski, and now the announcement of EPIC Games Seattle’s new general manager, Laura Fryer. Fryer, who comes to EPIC’s Seattle offices from WB Games Seattle where she spent four years managing various internal studios, is a 17 year veteran in the videogame industry, including a long stint with Microsoft.   While at Microsoft, Fryer played a key role in Xbox Developer Support, helped launch XNA, created the Xbox Advisory Board, was involved in various Xbox developer events, and served as Microsoft Games Studios’ executive producer of both Gears of War and Gears of War 2. Fryer’s Seattle position will put her in direct control of engineering and supporting of EPIC’s Unreal Engine 4, which is rumored to be working next-generation-minded. Her public relations with both Microsoft and the rest of the industry should suit her quite well as she takes over a familiar branch that’s vital for bringing a number of next-generation experiences. Written by: Tate Steinlage Info from: gamezone.com
2012-10-17
When BioWare first announcedthat Star Wars: The Old Republic would offer a free-to-play option — just eight months after the game released — it was originally thought that it would provide players with "flexibility and choice". Sure, it would come with some limitations, but that's to be expected. The new, free-to-play option was designed to entice many players into joining The Old Republic universe. However, now that BioWare has detailed the exact limitations that players who opt for the free-to-play version will face, it doesn't look that appealing. An updated page at the official Star Wars: The Old Republic website lists a ton of restrictions on the free-to-play version. Free-to-play users will still have full access to their full class stories from level 1-50, but they face restrictions on character creation choices and limits on the amount of times they can run Flashpoints, participate in PvP Warzones, and perform Space Missions. The current limit is three times a week for each. BioWare will offer Weekly Passes for each in order to get unlimited access, so if you do purchase one you better make sure to play a lot that week. Other restrictions include a limits on Cargo Bay and Inventory storage which can be removed using the new Cartel Coins currency. There's no option to run Operations under the free package, unless you purchase a Weekly Pass. Additionally, if you do happen to stumble upon rare items while running an Operation, the site states that you "cannot equip most purple items unless a license is purchased from the Cartel Market." Most of the other restrictions are matters of convenience; subscribers get priority on login queues, a shorter Quick Travel cooldown, and the ability to use the Emergency Fleet Pass to instantly return to your factions' space station. You will also be limited to one Crew Skills unless additional ones are purchased with Cartel Coins. Field revivals are capped at 5 before you must revive at the nearest Med Center. Got all of that? If not, check out the full list here. There's still no fixed date except for "later this fall", but with all of these restrictions, does Star Wars: The Old Republic's free-to-play option even appeal to you? Written by: Matt Liebl Info from: gamezone.com
2012-10-17
  Project Eternity has completed funding with an all-time high of nearly $4 million on Kickstarter. Fallout: New Vegas maker Obsidian Entertainment now has a generous budget to produce its ambitious independent venture, which is inspired by former Black Isle-developed/published games likePlanescape: Torment, Baldur's Gate, and Icewind Dale. It's not on the financial level of, say, the last Elder Scrolls game, however, so Obsidian still has to watch its development costs and leverage them appropriately. The game will be available for PC, Mac, and Linux. It features six races and 11 classes, deep medieval fantasy lore, crafting and enchanting, mod support, party-based/"real-time with pause" combat, a mega-dungeon called The Endless Paths (its size dependent on the number of backers and Obsidian Facebook "likes"), two expansive cities, and more. Obsidian is aiming for a spring 2014 release on GOG.com and Steam, with a post-release expansion already planned for six months afterward. Sales of the game would presumably fund the add-on. A Wiki for the game is already up and running. Written by: Stephanie Carmichael Info from: gamezone.com


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