Namco-Bandai has sent along fourteen new screenshots for Ace Combat: Joint Assault on the PlayStation Portable. The four player co-op title features the unique Joint Assault Missions System which allows four players to cooperate through different missions, while playing in totally different areas of the campaign.
Ubisoft has announced that the PC version of Splinter Cell Conviction has been delayed approximately two weeks for final phase bug fixes and polishing. Rumors around the net have linked the delay to Ubisoft's controversial DRM scheme, which requires you to be connected to the internet at all times to play the game.
A little while back we gave you guys a heads-up and trailer for Zeno Clash: Ultimate Edition for XBLA. We originally told you that it would release today, March 31st, but plans have changed. It's now set to release in early April. Atlus will be releasing more specific details in one of their next press releases. If the XBLA version's price is about the same as the PC version's price, we should expect the price to be about 1200
Epic Games Producer and Designer Cliff "Don't Call me CliffyB" Bleszinksi will unveil his next game on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, according to an official tweet from Fallon himself.
The people have spoken, and Cadenza Interactive has responded. True to their word that they listen to every bit of feedback they receive, Cadenza has responded to their community's requests and have released a patch that adds campaign co-op to the PC version of Sol Survivor, the co-op tower-defense title that was previously an XBLIG only title. Haven't had a chance to check out Sol Survivor yet? Well, Cadenza has provided us with three Steam keys for the game to giveaway to three of our lucky comunity members. Keep reading for the details.
No, I'm not shouting - the name is literally supposed to be in all caps: UNO RUSH. So don't be a-scared if I type it like that. Does that mean that it doesn't ellicit high-fives and cheers of victory? Not at all: my wife and I seriously have good fun with this casual game.
When we were at PAX East, we had the opportunity to speak with Sam Houston from Perfect World Entertainment about free-to-play MMOs, some of the projects Perfect World Entertainment has lined up for the future, and why they decided to help publish a single-player game.
Behemoth's Setup at PAX East seemed (almost) insignificant at first glance. Battle Block Theater had the same build as PAX Prime, and then there was Castle Crashers for PSN. I admit I expected to be bored by this, but that didn't happen. Behemoth delivered, even with the limited availability. First, I played Battle Block Theater with a second player to rock the stage, and we got some video footage of it. Then, I wandered over to Castle Crashers on the Playstation 3 setup, just to see what was up. I have to say, it was the most impressive thing I've ever seen from a so-called port.
Sega and High Voltage Games have announced The Conduit 2 for the Nintendo Wii. The game is the sequel to last year's successful, and mostly well received, FPS on the Wii. While the sequel sports a single player campaign, the surprising focus seems to be on both online and local multiplayer.
You've gotta love Sackboys, but they are an odd mascot for the Playstation 3. While the PS3 resembles an onyx monolith with it's slick surface and shiny edges, Sackboys are warm, fuzzy, and cuddly, with huge appeal to atypical gamers. Then again, Sony is apparently aiming to cater to that more casual market with Move, and Sackboys likely appeal to that demographic.