If you haven’t already planned in advance for another Call of Duty title to be arriving this year, then this is your chance to mark that game calendar. Activision has confirmed its long lasting, FPS series’ next installment for 2013.
Almost a year after release, it looks like Mass Effect 3 is still going to be getting more DLC. A recent patch for the game has unearthed details of a new co-op DLC pack that twists the current formula, incorporating single player progress into six new co-op story missions.
For February's Co-Optimus Community Voice, we want to hear what you have to say about all the console hubbub. What do you think about all the rumors circulating the web? What about your predictions? What will the consoles be named and what features/specs are we going to see? What features will help advance co-op gaming? Which console will be the most co-op friendly?
So here's an odd story. Ruffian Games, creators of Crackdown 2, were working with SEGA on remaking the classic Streets of Rage franchise for modern day consoles. A two minute video was leaked to the internet showcasing the game's graphics, environments, and even some gameplay. It's easy to see some of the Crackdown influence in the fighting engine, but it definitely looks like this could have worked.
As a smartphone gaming enthusiast, I don't feel as much need for a 3DS system as I would have a few years ago. In fact, there are only a few third-party 3DS exclusive titles I really long for: Resident Evil: Revelations, Code of Princess, and the upcoming single-player opus Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate. Well, the 3DS is pretty popular, but game makers can obviously reach a much larger audience by branching out to actual consoles. If the Korean ratings board is to be believed, Capcom has wisely decided to expand RE: Revelations to the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 sometime in the near future.
It's been over a year since we've heard anything from the sixth Rainbow Six title, called Tom Clancy's Rainbow 6: Patriots. The game was notably absent at E3 this past summer and many have wondered exactly what is going on with one of Ubisoft's most valued franchises. So what's up with Ding Chavez and team?
Halo 4 might be out right now and Bungie didn't have anything to do with it, but they are making some headlines in the news lately for their next project. The game is codenamed Destiny and it's their first title under a publishing agreement with Activision. Bungie has been working on the game since it split with Microsoft two years ago, and many thought it was going to be some sort of MMO hybrid. But that doesn't seem to be the case, the game is still a shooter, though it does expand on some concepts Bungie explored at the end of their Halo life-cycle.
Just after the release from his work on Valve’s newest title, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Chet Faliszek, the writer behind the Left 4 Dead series’ gameplay driven storyline, said a few words in regards to a possible future title in the franchise.
Insomniac's first multiplatform game was announced at E3 in 2011, but it was surprisingly absent at 2012's show. Overstrike was announced as a four player co-op action game being published by EA, which is reason enough to be excited, but with the Insomniac name behind it we're chomping at the bit.
Up until now, Splinter Cell: Blacklist had a more general release date, “spring of 2013” attached to its name from Ubisoft at E3 2012. But after an update on the product’s revised description, the title’s officially release has now been leaked to the public from Amazon UK.
An hour long video of Star Wars: Battlefront 3 has leaked to the web from what looks like a pretty early copy of the game. We've heard rumors time in and time out that a sequel was in the works, but at some point it was cancelled by Lucas Arts. The game was being developed by Timesplitters creators, Free Radical.
Last month Mass Effect 3 got a bit of co-op DLC, which was released at no cost. But since then we haven't heard much about the game, other than the fact Bioware is working on another piece of free DLC to "enhance the ending" - which was the cause of much controversy when the game was launched. An internet leak, as reliable as those always are, may point out some more information about the free ending DLC along with some new co-op DLC called Earth.
It was less than a month ago that rumors of a Dead Space sequel with full co-op support was coming. E3, kicking off next week in Los Angeles, is the likely target for the announcement. The latest batch of screens for the game, obtained from an unknown source, definitely seem to support the fact there is co-op play. Numerous scenes show Isaac and another character working together to take down the freaky creatures.
This year's Call of Duty game is set to be revealed tomorrow during the NBA playoffs on TNT. The game appears to be a sequel to Call of Duty: Black Ops, thanks to a leak by Target which reveals pre-order cards for the game as well as a November 13th release date.
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