Prototype 2 will see a 2012 release, but the game was the recipient of a decent unveiling recently, packed with a few screens and a short video. But developer Radical Entertainment didn’t stop there, they sat done with PlayStation: The Official Magazine detailing some rather juicy bits and released a few screenshots for good measure. We’ve scanned and slapped them onto the site for your quenching pleasure.
Hit the link to see, and apart from being fully satisfied with what you’re about to behold, you’ll also realize that they’re rather
David Cage and his Quantic Dream development team delivered Sony gold with Heavy Rain. The game, one that created its own genre, wasn’t expected to do much more than a million units in lifetime sales. But it’s already done 2 million units, and will probably sell past three million when all is said and done. It’s also been the recipient of many awards, and have made creator David Cage a star in the gaming industry.
Obviously, Sony’s not allowing such talent to just breakaway, and Cage has already said that their next game, a PS3 exclusive, is under development. A game that we might have the privilege of beholding at this year’s E3 in June.
Coming soon will be a casting call hosted by Take-Two for characters to be included in Grand Theft Auto V, according to information leaked onto gaming’s web.
Wii’s losing steam, but that’s okay, because the console has just hit the 35 million units sold in the U.S., as it sold 454,000 units for the month of February. But long gone are the days when over a million units would fly off store shelves, and for the past 11 months in a row, Xbox 360 has topped the charts.
Analysts believe that Nintendo has a problem on its hands, one they predict the firm will fix come E32011.
Xbox 360 hasn’t seen a price cut since Sony slashed the price of the PS3, but all that’s about to change if Wedbush Morgan Securities analyst, Michael Pachter, is to be believed. He said come E3 2011, Microsoft will cut the price of its next gen console, and that Nintendo and Sony will “rapidly follow suit”.