Monthly Archives: April 2010
Straight out of left field comes the news today that Bungie have signed a 10 year publishing deal with Activision, leaving Microsoft to join the multi-format publisher. So surely this means PS3 owners will also get Bungie titles in the future? Pretty exciting news, I may not be the biggest fan of Halo (and this doesn’t mean Halo on PS3) but it’s great to see a developer of this calibre now able to release games for Sony’s machine too. It is a surprise to see Bungie sign with Activision though considering the recent shenanigans with Infinity Ward. But then there are reports of this deal being planned for 9 months now, will be interesting to see where Bungie go from here! Update from Gamasutra
Bungie’s next project is “well along in its development,” but Activision’s new deal with the developer isn’t intended to supplant Call of Duty, says Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter.
Update – Bungie have confirmed their next release will be multi-platform
This Friday/Thursday night, GameTrailers TV will be unveiling the new announcement trailer for the newest Treyarch Call of Duty game. We’ll finally be able to see where they decided to take the series, but most have speculated that it will …
Quite a few games available this week. Worldwide, Super Street Fighter IV will be available, and in US and EU territories, the new FIFA game will also be released. A couple games released elsewhere last week are available …
The new Demo for UFC Undisputed 2010 comes out this Thursday and is only available to UFC Undisputed community members. Apparently they are giving out codes to download the demo this time around. I don’t know if they are going to have it available on the PSN store later but this time they are requiring that you must be a registered member. I signed up this week and am excited to see what the demo has to offer(Crucifix baby!)
If it’s even slightly better than the first UFC Undisputed then I don’t think I will be at all disappointed. The hype behind this game is electric and I hope that it sells better than its counterpart EA Sports MMA game.
Let’s face it – it can be pretty annoying when you fire your game up and it says you have to download a patch before you can proceed. A lot of patches aren’t exactly quick downloads, especially if you’re itching to go on and play whatever it is you’re hooked on. Good news. Sony might be working on that little inconvenience by letting you download the patch in the background while you go and play.