Get back online on Halo: Reach and start practising. More details next week.
Within the next couple of weeks, Bungie will reveal in full what exactly its Aerospace project is.
The next batch of consoles is just around the corner, believes Crytek boss Cevat Yerli, and speaking in an interview recently, he told the story of how they’ve been preparing for the moment with CryEngine 3.
Alan Wake 2 was reason enough for me to buy an Xbox 360, so this latest news strongly hinting that a sequel’s in the making is reason enough to leap for joy.
How will the core experience be on Kinect? It’s a question we’re waiting on a game to answer, and while Ubisoft dominated the Kinect third-party lineup, and TGS promises of a Star Wars Kinect game, THQ’s in the back, planning quietly to release one “core” Kinect game it hopes will win your hearts and minds.
UPDATE: Video of confirmation added below the break.
Original Story: Of course there will be another Splinter Cell game. It’s a franchise that’s sold millions upon millions of copies, and has an extremely loyal fanbase. No developer in its right mind would pass that up, and according to Ubisoft’s Jade Raymond, part 6′s already under development.
Alright, then. It’s a confirmation, the PSP Phone will be coming soon. Because when Sony’s response is: “There’s a lot of smoke, and I tell you there must be a fire somewhere. Sony has an extremely strong offering in the gaming market, and that’s very interesting,” I see no other reasonable conclusion.
Liked Battlefield: Bad Company 2? You might want to stay on stand by on Friday, then. Because according to EA’s Ben Cousins, speaking via twitter, the aforesaid day will be bundles of joy for you my friend, tear-lowering joy. And although he specifically said it wouldn’t be BDC3 he was announcing, we can’t help but think the man’s lying.
Hey, they always do.
Why oh why Sega do you tease us but never demonstrate anything solid? We’re like kids, then, waiting for a happy meal that was promised but end up leaving the fast-food joint hungry.
Even so, Sega West boss Mike Hayes has gone on record stating as far as its concerned, Shenmue III is never off the table, saying “never say never” to the likelihood.