I know what you're saying, "didn't you just post your review of the game, which I totally didn't skip to the end of, and now I'm all excited to play it on my Xbox?" I'm sorry to say it's sad, but true. The XBLA version of Monaco: What's Yours is Mine is getting a delayed release. News of this came just yesterday afternoon from the official Monaco Facebook page. Not many details are provided as to the cause of the delay - the post merely states "there is an issue which requires that we push our Xbox Live arcade game release date a little" - or how long that delay will be.
After what seemed like an eternity, the promised Scott Pilgrim vs. The World DLC was set to hit the Playstation Network and Xbox Live Arcade this week. Beat 'em up fans will be sad to hear that the content in question was delayed yet again. Originally announced in August 2012, the DLC will add online co-op and Scott’s r...
It was only last week that the DungeonLand release date was announced, but it seems a two week lead time may have jumped the gun just a little bit. Today Paradox have announced that DungeonLand will be hitting computers on January 29th instead of the previous date of the 22nd.
Some of you may remember an indie co-op game called ibb and obb that we mentioned way back on our "Co-Op Games of 2012 Preview" episode of the Co-Opticast. The premise of the game (based on what we've seen so far) is fairly simple: two creatures (the titual ibb and obb) attempt to traverse a landscape that is mirrored across a horizontal plane. Traversing this landscape entails working together and using the inescapable affects of gravity to reach higher ledgers, soar past enemies, and generally pull of some pretty cool jumps.
Though Nintendo was shooting for Pikmin 3 before the end of 2012, it looks like it will just make the cutoff of the Wii U’s launch window next year.
Legends don't develop overnight; they take centuries of retelling around campfires, on parchment and over the internet, before they become lore. Therefore, to expect Rayman Legends to be released for the WiiU launch in 2012 is surely asking too much? To become Legend, it must mature into 2013 - or perhaps Ubisoft have just not finished tinkering with the game.
A Capcom executive has announced that official development on the Resident Evil 6 PC version of the game didn’t begin until after the console versions were finally completed. While this might come off as neglectful to PC gamers, Capcom is instead attempting to learn from its past mistakes.
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, the updated version of the classic RPG, has been delayed until November. The game was originally slated to be released this coming week, but an official post on the forums cites a team decision to hold off the game's ship date so the team can polish the game a bit more.
The Scott Pilgrim vs The World DLC was supposed to be available on Xbox Live today, adding in the much needed online co-op functionality that gamers so desperately craved while also adding in a new playable character. According to Ubisoft though, the content has a new "release window" which is sometime this Fall.
Left 4 Dead 2's Cold Stream DLC is finally out on PC today, with your copy auto-updating via Steam as soon as you open it. The campaign has been in beta for months, but is now finally available to the masses. The cost to you, keyboard and mouse lovers, is a mere $0. That's right - it's totally free for some more co-op zombie slaying.
Some things just need a little more time to cook before they’re well done, much like how Torchlight 2 is coming along. Runic Games has decided to officially delay the game’s release to properly balance and polish the final product.
The launch of Ghost Recon Future Soldier has not been the smoothest of rides, whilst console gamers had a pick up and play experience; PC players had a glitchier encounter. In a bid to avoid any more bad press, Ubisoft have done a wise thing and delayed the 3rd July bound Arctic Strike DLC to polish the content i.e. make sure it works.
When game historians look back on the year 2012, it won't be remembered for all of the quality titles coming out, or even that it's a transition year spent in anticipation of new hardware launches. No, it will be remembered as the year that all of the triple-A titles got delayed - often until 2013. Far Cry 3 is now part of the club, as its original release date of September 4th has been pushed to December 4th in the U.S.
Terrible news, everyone. Anarchy Reigns, Sega's 16 player brawl-a-rama, has been pushed to 2013. At least two Co-Optimus staff members have gone from "bummed" to "distraught." The worst thing is developer Platinum Games says the game is "finished, localized, and ready to go." Sega has other plans:
The PC version of Ghost Recon Future Soldier has gotten a slight delay. Originally slated for June 12th, it'll now grace your favorite PC on June 28th. The game was released a few weeks ago on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 to mostly positive reviews. Ghost Recon Future Soldier features a four player co-op campaign, playable online and a four player co-op survival mode called Guerilla.
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