Last week when Guerrilla Games introduced its latest DLC pack for Killzone 3 dubbed “From Ashes”, two of the four maps were detailed. Now the developer’s sent live info for the other two, which are retro maps from Killzone 2. Four videos in total: two showing off how the maps look and play now, and two showing how they used to be in Killzone 2. Lots of action to behold. Hit the link.
Iwata’s told the press what Wii U price will likely be, and you simply won’t believe it.
Rockstar’s supported Red Dead Redemption gracefully by releasing loads of downloadable content for the game, and because it’s so widely successful, selling well past 7 million units globally, the extra content released has been successful.
But the studio’s bringing us even more goodies this week, and the good news is they won’t cost you much at all. Whether you’re on PSN or Xbox Live.
Ah yes. $599. I’m sure you remember the moment, and even worst the YouTube remake of Sony’s 2006 presser, when the giant unveiled the price of the PS3. The console’s expensive price was what held it back at launch, but according to Sony boss Shuhei Yoshida, they learnt a big lesson from that experience, and will surely not repeat it with NGP.
The Nintendo 3DS has received release dates and prices for the US, Japan and Europe. But the company’s Australian strategy was still being weighed in the balance. That, however, is now fixed. 3DS will be available in Nick’s country on March 31st, 2010, and will set you back AU349.
Ubisoft’s come out and predicted that Sony will price its latest handheld, codenamed NGP, attractively. Adding that the company knows its audience and what’s expected. He also heaped loads of praises on the console, even adding that it has a great opportunity to steal away market from Apple and Android devices.
Although great detail was given on the NGP today, we’ve yet to know how much exactly the device will cost. Gamers across gaming’s web are speculating, with most assuming it’ll be priced expensively. But Sony’s just said that contrary from what we think, the PSP2 will be “affordable”.
See, we’re not the only ones who believe Nintendo’s pulling a fast one on here; because according to a recently conducted survey, the vast majority of Japanese gamers feel that the 3DS is priced extremely high.
You hear the name Gran Turismo and instantly you know its PlayStation’s biggest franchise — and with good reason. See, when you can sell 4 million copies of a demo (Prologue), it says a lot.
So much so that Sony’s been jokingly talking about selling GT5 at “three times the price” knowing you’d probably still by it.
Many gamers raged over Kinect’s price when Microsoft announced it recently. Most thought the peripheral was too expensive and won’t budge until Redmond drops it. For Microsoft, though, the price is right, especially when compared to Sony’s MOVE and Nintendo’s Wii.
Kinect will be available in November, and although the price has many gamers perturbed, Xbox front man, Aaron Greenberg, said he’s not worried. Maybe it’s because he thinks Kinect offers a “next generation experience”? You never know.
Microsoft has invested a lot in its new peripheral, Kinect, but if what’s happening at a UK retailer is being replicated globally, said investment might have been a waste of time, money and effort.
According to Edge, Microsoft will reveal the formal name of its motion device next Month in L.A.
I’m not sure it’ll be a good move, I’m really liking the name “Project Natal”.