V.19 No.36 |
This Week In Games 9.12.10
By John Bee [ Sun Sep 12 2010 5:48 PM ]
PAX 'Prime' 2010 in Seattle drew 67,600 people, up about 7000 from last year.
Amazon is now charging a mere $0.99 shipping for most release date delivered games.
Woohoo! Walmart leaked a price for the until-
Awesome Indie game, Machinarium, makes its way onto the Wii.
id Software may bring Rage to the Android phone platform.
Gamasutra interview with JAW CEO Steward Gilray about his company's Oddworld plans.
Bioware collects a TON of stats on how Mass Effect 2 is played. What's that all for, anyway?
Blizzard has released its first StarCraft II custom map - Burning Tide.
The Battlefield: Bad Company 2 expansion, Vietnam, will be showcased at Tokyo Gameshow this week.
The GTA 3 trilogy (3, Vice City, and San Andreas) are coming to Mac.
V.19 No.35 |
This Week In Games 8.5.10
By John Bee [ Sun Sep 5 2010 12:14 PM ]
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.
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.
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