Yearly Archives: 2011
Got any old titles laying around and want to get a killer trade in value? Gamestop is offering 40% on all trade ins towards any E3 title. The full trade in amount must be applied towards your pre-order. I have made a killing on these before by trading in enough to pay something off and having extra left over to buy a few other things. If your a member you also get an extra 10% on top of that.
Those who pre-order Dead Island from Amazon will get a digital art book that will include including tons of game art and concept art of everything from the characters, zombie types, environment concepts, and more.
The game will …
The seventeen minute demo of Bioshock Infinite that debuted behind closed doors at E3 is at last available for public consumption. The game looks absolutely amazing, featuring game play that relies not only on the ingenious guns + magic powers formula from the previous Bioshock titles, but also vertiginous navigation around the floating city of Columbia using roller coaster-like rails.
Another exciting new feature is the sidekick’s ability to interact with “tears” in space-time, such that she can create objects seemingly from thin air and manipulate the world in other ways, transforming the cityscape into a city of another era. At any rate, the tech is remarkable, and it appears that the demo is being played on an XBox 360. Hence the game should look beautiful on our beloved console as well. (I appreciate that the demo doesn’t use the PC version, which will, presumably, look much nicer than the versions on current-gen consoles.)
Check out the footage after the jump.
After Filmmaker David O. Russell left the project due to “creative differences”, The Hollywood reporter revealed that Columbia Pictures is in final negotiations with Neil Burger (Director of Limitless, the Illusionist) to write and direct the long awaited adaptation …
Konami has finally announced that Castlevania Harmony of despair will be landing this summer on PSN! The PR statement Says it all:
It’s only the first week of July and we’re already being told what the rest of the month will bring to paying PS+ subscribers. Not that much to see (which is weird since this is the one year anniversary of PS+ and one would think an extra game or two would make it an eventful month), but what we get is still free and the discounts are very interesting.