Delve into the murky deep waters with Sega Bass Fishing on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Nostalgia hounds take note: According to Eurogamer, Sega is continuing to release Dreamcast games on the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live. Early 2011 will see the release of digitally remastered, downloadable versions of seminal rhythm game Space Channel 5 and fishing simulator Sega Bass Fishing.
Okay, here it is: the first Syndicate trailer. Heavy on the dubstep and men in trenchcoats. Gosh, this makes me realise that the original Syndicate came out in the era before there were generally trailers for games.
- No waving policeman?
- HUD elements at 0:34 look interesting.
- Gosh, they meant that “breaching” enemies thing, at 0:40.
- 0:50: wubwubstep!
- 1:03: a boot stamping on a human face. Forever?
- I like the casually shooting people at 1:16.
- Some men certainly get shot.
- No sign of co-op yet?
- Logo is a bit weak. Looks like Any Old Action Movie font.
Worldwide Battlefield 3 tournament will see players compete online for the chance to win a portion of the US$1.6 million prize pool.
EA has announced it will be teaming up with Richard Branson’s previously announced gaming service, Virgin Gaming, to host a worldwide Battlefield 3 online competition.
The Battlefield 3 Worldwide Conquest Tournament–billed by EA as “the largest video game competition in gaming history”–will see players from around the world competing in an online Battlefield 3 tournament for the chance to win a share of the US$1.6 million prize pool.
The tournament will begin in early 2012, and will culminate in a live grand finale.
To pre-register for the tournament, players must sign up to Virgin Gaming; according to EA, further details about the event will be released closer to 2012.
The Battlefield 3 open beta will begin on September 29 and close on October 10 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC versions of the game.
Battlefield 3 will include both a single-player campaign and an online component, which can be played with up to 64 players (for the PC version only). It will also support co-op play for its campaign.
Mercury HG is a remake of the PSP puzzle game Mercury Meltdown.
For those not familiar with the 2005 title, you are given the task to move a blob of mercury to reach the finish line in the shortest amount of time possible while keeping the blob 100 percent intact. To do this, you have to tilt the board to move the blob around. You can also collect atoms on the way to unlock levels laid out like the periodic table of elements.
Don’t Feed the Trolls is a reflex-tester game for the Xbox Live indie.
The screen is divided into four sectors, one for each of the face buttons. When a bear pops up, you hit the button that corresponds to the sector they’re standing in. When a troll pops up, you hit the left stick in that direction to slap it.
Every level, a new type of bear or troll is thrown at you that slightly changes up the gameplay. Okay, okay, it really is just a stupid minigame. But I’ll be damned if it isn’t addictive. This won’t be the type of game that you go back to again and again, but for a buck it’s a nice way to murder an hour. Brian and I both groaned when the developer challenge for this arrived, but it wasn’t so bad. In fact, there was no point where I wasn’t having a good time with Don’t Feed the Trolls. So this gets my endorsement, as there’s nothing at all really wrong with it.
It’s not deep or complex, but it is fun, and that’s what should count. Such a shame, because if I hated it I could have made so many awful jokes, like “This game is Un-BEAR-able” or “I know I get accused of TROLLing but this is ridiculous.” Sigh, so many of my puns are victims of good games.
Light a candle in their honor tonight, and let us mourn.
Check out this teaser trailer for Battlefield 3 with Jay-Z’s hit song “99 problems.”
Step into the role of elite US Marines in Battlefield 3. You will experience single-player missions, as well as competitive multiplayer action, in diverse locations around the world. You will get to experience fighting on claustrophobic streets, metropolitan downtowns, and vehicle-friendly landscapes in the US, Europe, and the Middle East.
This version of Battlefield is powered by a new innovative technology call Frostbite 2, which delivers superior visual quality, a grand scale, massive destruction, lifelike character animations, and dynamic audio. Watch as bullets fly by, walls crumble, and explosions throw you to the ground.
In addition, Battlefield 3 offers unparalleled vehicular warfare. Experience all sorts of vehicle types for land, air, and sea. Battlefield 3 will be available on the Xbox 360, the PlayStation 3, and PC.
Check out the official launch trailer for Child of Eden, all set for a September 27 release.
Child of Eden is a unique rail shooter from Ubisoft, where the player’s mission is to save Eden from a virus in order to restore hope and peace.
Child of Eden incorporates fast-paced action, music and the accuracy and fluidity of the PlayStation Move and Kinect system. With either the Playstation Move or Kinect system players can aim and shoot with the flick of the wrist, as well as change weapons at will as they eliminate objects that zip towards them in a variety of environment and game levels.
Additional features include the compatibility with standard PS3 and XBOX 360 controllers. Child of Eden is the “multi-sensory shooter” that will send players diving into a kaleidoscopic matrix of synchronized music and mind-blowing visuals.
Child of Eden thrusts players into the center of a battle to save Project Lumi, a mission to reproduce a human personality inside Eden, the archive of all human memories. As the project nears completion, the archive is invaded by an unknown virus. The Player’s mission is to purify Eden from the virus to restore hope and peace.