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Single-Player Campaign Will Die In 2014 – Industry Veteran

by Ernice Gilbert on August 17th, 2011, under Hot, industry news, News

Come 2014, there won’t be games like Uncharted 3 and God of War 3, and if there is, said games won’t boast a single-player campaign because, well, veteran games consultant Mark Cerny said so.

Modern Warfare 3 Will Have “One Hell Of A Story”

by Ernice Gilbert on July 16th, 2011, under Activision, FPS, Hot, News, PC, PS3, Xbox 360

If you thought Infinity Ward was about to slack up with Modern Warfare 3, think again. In fact, the developer, with the help of Sledgehammer, a preparing a big that improves on all points. One of them being story, and according to community man Robert Bowling, that’s “the payoff for the investment that people have put in since Call of Duty 4.” Adding: “the goal is to tell one hell of a story”.

New Killzone 3 Patch 1.10 Goes Live, Fixes More Issues, Adds More Custom Game Options

by Ernice Gilbert on June 15th, 2011, under FPS, Hot, News, PS3, Sony

Guerrilla Games have been taking good care of Killzone 3 fans with constant updates to make sure everything’s running smooth in the game’s single and multiplayer modes. But like any good developer, the tweaks won’t stop until perfection has been achieved, and today GG’s sent live a new patch version 1.10, fixing many issues, while adding more options to the Custom Game mode.

Although Starhawk Gets Single-Player, The Game’s Focus Is Still Heavily Multiplayer

by Ernice Gilbert on May 17th, 2011, under Hot, News, PS3, PSN, Sony

According to Lightbox, Starhawk is the spiritual successor to Warhawk. The new game, unlike the first, comes ready with a full single-player campaign, giving gamers the privilege to enjoy the best of both worlds. That’s a good thing – but fans of the first title shouldn’t fear according to studio boss Jobe Dylan, because he and his team are still fixated on the game’s multiplayer offering.

New Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood DLC Announced

by Ernice Gilbert on February 17th, 2011, under Hot, News, Ubisoft

Gamers who own Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood have been the recipient of free DLC that’s already landed for the best selling title. But now, new stuff’s on its way. Only this time, you’ll have to pay for it.

Rage Is Mostly Single Player, “Very Rich And Compelling” Says Dev

by Ernice Gilbert on October 7th, 2010, under Hot, id Software, News

From the very moment id Software unveiled Rage, the title has garnered massive attention and critical praise from across the web, and rightfully so. It’s one of the most beautiful shooters in development, and according to id Software’s Tim Willits, the creative director of Rage, their game’s “rich and compelling”.

It’s also one that sees its core embedded in the single player mode, with the multiplayer aspect being different from DOOM and “what people expect.”

Co-op Mode In Black Ops Yet To Be Unleashed Says Treyarch

by Ernice Gilbert on September 2nd, 2010, under Activision, Hot, News, Treyarch

Last night, Treyarch unveiled some multiplayer modes of its upcoming blockbuster FPS title dubbed Call of Duty: Black Ops, but if you thought what was revealed last night’s all the developer has up its arsenal, you’re so wrong, baby.

According to Treyarch community manager Josh Olin, there’s still a co-op mode yet to be unveiled.

No Multiplayer In infamous 2

by Ernice Gilbert on August 19th, 2010, under Hot, News, Sony, Sucker Punch

There’s a loud and vibrant group amongst the inFamous fanbase that would do anything to see online multiplayer included in Sucker Punch’s latest effort.

They’ll have to wait till inFamous 3, then, because according to the developer, its focus is solely on creating the best single player campaign for upcoming sequel.