Monthly Archives: May 2010
[tab:The Lab] If you thought there was little else Naughty Dog could do with the multiplayer side of Uncharted 2, then you’d be mistaken. Starting May 28th-June 1st ND will introduce a new playlist called “The Lab” that will include new multiplayer options …
More Killzone 3 news is spreading around the Internet thanks to GamePro magazine’s exclusive reveal of the game. The magazine is stating that Naughty Dog, the guys behind the award winning Uncharted series, is working on the graphics engine in Killzone 3.
Thanks for all the interest in this giveaway. It was fun to know more about you guys and what part of the world you live in. If you didn’t get a chance to introduce yourself please do so. Here is the group to do it in.
We had 27 lottery entries totaling 6750 points. Winners after the jump.
As promised, Rockstar has released a new patch for Red Dead Redemption to fix the invisibility glitch that hampered the multiplayer experience of the game. According to a Rockstar representative:
“We have just deployed a fix …
As expected, this game shares the exact same structure as GTA: it’s an open world game with main story missions plus a *ton* of side content to explore and discover.
GTA was excellent, but pretty much everything is improved in Red Dead Redemption: the gunplay is more fun, the setting is more visually interesting (and GTA 4 is some stiff competition), riding the horses is a blast, there are more fun things to do and discover outside of the story missions, the random surprise encounters are cooler, and overall this setting is so well done and is such a refreshing change of pace from GTA’s city scapes and other more traditional video game backdrops.
The biggest improvement is multiplayer. GTA 4 multiplayer had some great moments, but too often matches just weren’t very fun and balanced to play. So far, Red Dead’s multiplayer is amazing. I’ve played several gang matches (team competitive), online co-op missions (raiding AI gang hideouts), and had some ad-hoc shoot outs in free roam. Everything has been a ton of fun. It might be too early to fairly judge, but this definitely looks like a true multiplayer great with staying power.
A new trailer above for Sonic 4 ramping up the nostalgia factor that bit more. SEGA have also decided to spend more time developing the long awaited sequel to make sure it meets the expectations of the fans, so it is now due “in the latter half of 2010”, quote after the jump.