Archive for June, 2010
You! What did you do last Saturday, June 27th, from 9PM to 11PM, Eastern Time? Hum, lacking an alibi? You just missed out on our first Red Dead Redemption Game Night, and I’ll tell ya, it was lots of fun!
Sinlock started the party, since I was late trying to get my horse to colaborate with me. I found the whole gang in Nosalida, and we went co-op, saving ladies from bad guys and rowing a raft through Rio Bravo. Then, we got tired of helping each other and went to a couple of FFA matches, including Grab the Bag (this is the best multiplayer mode) and Shootout.
So, here are the awards for all the players that answered our call to arms:
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Square Enix has announced the released date for their upcoming mmorpg Final Fantasy XIV.
First the bad news for PS3 fans: FFXIV won’t be hitting the PS3 before March 2011. This is a bit dissappointing after Square Enix had stated in the past how their plans were for a simultaneous release of both the PS3 and PC versions. But it looks like that wasn’t meant to be.
On to the good news: The PC version FFXIV will be releasing this September 30th, worldwide, with a Collector’s Edition planned that’ll hit European retailers on September 22nd. No news if the CE is just EU only.
Gamers can expect to pay a monthly subscription fee of $12.99/£8.99/€12.99, and an extra $3.00/£2.10/€3.00 per month for any additional characters. This is similar to how things worked in FFXI but in that game the extra characters were only priced at $1. Also unlike FFXI there will be a maximum of eight characters allowed on one account.
Details on pricing for the PS3 version will be revealed later.
- Windows XP SP3
- Windows Vista 32-bit / 64-bit SP2
- Windows 7 32-bit / 64-bit
- Intel Core2 Duo (2.0GHz)
- AMD Athlon X2 (2.0GHz)
- Windows XP: 1.5GB or higher
- Windows Vista / Windows 7: 2GB or higher
- Installation: 15GB or more
- Download: Space on the hard drive where ‘My Documents’ is located should be 6GB or more
- 512MB NVIDIA GeForce 9600 series or higher
- 512MB ATI Radeon HD 2900 series or higher
- DirectSound compatible sound card (DirectX 9.0c or higher)
- Broadband Internet connection or higher
- 1280 x 720 or higher; 32-bit or higher
- DirectX 9.0c
- Mouse, Keyboard, Gamepad
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I just came across some more beta codes and decided to let you have them first come first serve. To get your download code, you need to go to www.medalofhonor.com/beta and follow the on-screen instructions. Make sure you include the dashes when entering these codes. Please let us know by posting a comment with what number code you used so others don’t waste time trying that same code. Enjoy!!
EDIT: They are supposedly all used up.. stay tuned to PS3blog.net for another giveaway soon
First off, I think this is a great use of the Move for a PSN game like this. For those who played the original echochrome, you know that it’s a very cool puzzle game, even without the fancy graphics and colors. This takes the classic perspective gaming to another dimension with the ‘flashlight’ mechanic, adds more lively music and a few bold colors. And the ability to make your own puzzles is awesome as well. It should come out later this year.