This Week In Games 9.26.10
10 minutes of some pretty amazing Bioshock: Infinite gameplay footage.
Pokemon: Black and White sold 2.6 million copies in 2 days in Japan.
The truly interesting looking Bulletstorm gets a cannonball gun.
Netflix finally treks north - Canadian PS3 and Wii owners can start streaming right now. Sorry, Canuck 360 owners, you'll have to wait until "soon" gets here.
Yep. Inception video game.
Rumor: HD collections of Prince of Persia and Splinter Cell series are coming.
Xbox 720? Not going to happen anytime soon, says MS exec.
This Week In Games 8.5.10
Duke Nukem Forever was playable at PAX this weekend. It's being developed by Gearbox (Borderlands), who will hopefully be able to put a cap on the game's 14 year dev cycle. Here's some shakycam gameplay footage.
Bangai-O, hands down my favorite Dreamcast game, is getting the Xbox Live Arcade HD treatment. Hopefully they retain the crazy. It debuted at PAX this weekend - here are some first impressions from TVGB.
StarCraft II sold over 3 million copies in its first month.
In Australia, it's now OK to sell something, and then take it away without repercussion.
Kotaku has new Wii game stats up.
Game Informer's sweet October cover does it Saturday Evening Post style with Irrational's Bioshock Infinite.
The collaboration between Oddworld Inhabitants and Just Add Water bears its first fruit - Stranger's Wrath on PS3 for early 2011.
More Portal 2 was revealed at PAX this weekend.
Upcoming WoW patch leaves Power PC based Macs behind.
The Xbox Live Gold subscription price will go up as of 11/1/10 - buy those cheaper subs now, kids!
Deadspace 2 multiplayer will be soldiers vs necromorphs.
There could be a Resident Evil 6 announcement very soon.
This Week In Games 8.15.10
The Big News - Irrational Games unveils its new project, Bioshock Infinite, but is it more than more Bioshock?
Cyberpunks, commence hyperventilating: Deus Ex: Human Revolution gameplay trailer.
Stalker 2 will be out sometime in 2012, so there should be plenty of time to buy a new video card.
ID software's Rage, which looks like a more Road Warrior oriented version of Fallout 3, finally got a release date, but it's still a ways off.
Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine will use Steamworks rather that Games For Windows. Even more interesting, though, is that Ubisoft's Ruse will do the same.
After having been burned in their last Big Game outing (Brutal Legend), Tim Shafer's Doublefine Productions is opting to make several downloadable games. Costume Quest is the first, and will be out in time for Halloween 2010.