Despite E3 being just a few hours away, a little slip may have spoiled a Sony surprise meant to be revealed when they take center stage later today.
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Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 had a bit of a slip earlier this morning when the game’s website went live hours before the title was meant to be announced later tonight.
Occupy WallStreet has been actively organizing a “day without the 99%” aimed to be May 1, 2012. The protest will be a worldwide event including marches on capitol buildings; refusal to go to work or classes; no banking and no shopping.
Bethesda has announced that Skyrim will receive a free update in the coming weeks that will add Kinect support to the epic title.
Konami backtracks to two of their most beloved releases which brings long time fanatics back to the good old days and introduces new comers to a very peculiar style of gaming. While the enhancements are clear (although not all successful), the overall feel of the game is a nostalgic approach to what the
Co-founder of Rockstar Games and co-writer of GTA 5, Dan Houser revealed HUGE news considering the multiplayer options that will be available in the newest Grand Theft Auto.
Talking about what’s ahead for Rocksteady, Sefton Hill (Director of both Rocksteady Batman titles) hinted at a new project in the works; a project that would be a departure from Batman.
After more than a year of anticipation, Telltale Games is set to release the first gameplay trailer of their incoming title: The Walking Dead. Up until this point, all we’ve seen are screenshots and a teaser trailer but nothing that shows the game in motion. Noon tomorrow, that will all change.
Blizzard has announced that Diablo III will be hitting shelves on May 15, 2012. The game is avaliable through pre-order now on Blizzard.net as well as your neighborhood game retailer.
According to a report, the next Xbox will NOT have a disc drive.
Despite the lack of any formal announcement, pre-order boxes have begun to appear for Donkey Kong 3D.
Hope you didn’t have lazy Sunday plans of jumping on some Team Deathmatch or maybe just some Madden to pass the time. Sony announced yesterday that the gaming network would be down from noon Pacific time today until about 2 AM Monday morning.