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Greetings kombatants, and welcome to my review of the latest sequel to Mortal Kombat. I have been playing a lot of this game; I wanted to experience as much as I could and soak up all the bloody goodness before writing this. I took some extensive notes as I played and was very attentive. I will break the review into a variety of sections: General, Gameplay, Story, Online, and so on, so sit back and enjoy an in-depth look into Mortal Kombat.
With the mighty tower that is the Call Of Duty series on the decline and burning out, the Medal of Honor game that didn’t do as well as was hoped, MAG (although a great game) has become somewhat…mundane (though the DLC did help some), that really doesn’t leave much aside from Killzone 3, which is pretty good as I find I get the “World Full” message a lot, meaning there are a lot of players online, which is good!.
But let’s get to the real reason why I’m writing this. I was making my usual rounds on the internet enjoying the sights, errrr sites ( 😆 ), when I came across information on the SOCOM 4 “Collectors Edition”, or SOCOM 4: Full Deployment as they call it, and was I shocked! Here are the details:
The Full Deployment package contains the following:
- SOCOM 4 game, on blu-ray of course
- PlayStation Move motion controller
- PlayStation Move navigation controller
- PlayStation Eye camera
- PlayStation Move Sharpshooter
[UPDATE] Since this post’s publication, Valve issued the following statement: “There’s a story making the rounds regarding Portal 2 support for PS3 Move. Unfortunately this quote was ‘lost in translation’–Po rtal 2 does not include support for Sony’s motion …
The widely popular Xbox game, Mass Effect 2, was announced to also be released on the PS3 as well as the Xbox and PC. Electronic Arts told IGN, exclusively, that the newest addition to the series will launch on the PS3 January 18, 2011 in the US and the 21st in Europe. Yes, that’s right, if you have played Mass Effect on the Xbox and found it to be a game with much potential, and heard that the second iteration would be released on the PS3 like I have, then your wait is soon over.
However, the PS3 version will not be quite the same as the Xbox version. Instead of having PS3 exclusive content, the PS3 version will include 6 hours of “bonus” missions in the form of the game’s 3 expansion packs: Kasumi: Stolen Memories, Overlord, and Lair of The Shadow Broker.
I only bought Gran Turismo 5 just recently (December 3rd in regards to this article) and I absolutely love the game, It’s simply amazing, so I went searching for more information on the game to see if I could learn more about it in regards to possible Easter eggs or things like that, and what I got was this, a search return on one of the most amazing steering wheels I have ever seen.
The new steering wheel developed by the Thrustmaster company has reportedly tweeted that the new GT5 steering unit will retail for a whopping $500 USD, they claim it to be a “High end device”, which reportedly comes with the steering unit itself, and a pedal unit as well. The steering unit has amazing detail and also features paddle shifters and the Pedal units features ‘sport’ pedals with the standard 3 pedal setup, clutch, break and accelerator. There was also a rumor of an H-Shifter module that is sold as separately to complete the ensemble.
Yesterday, a post went up on the official Black Ops forums from JD himself about a new “Black Ops Security and Enforcement Policy”, detailing, among other things, the new stance on the issue of offensive emblems the community has …
After the March firings at Infinity Ward by its owner Activision, then the rash of people leaving the company, it seems that Activision is rebuilding the shattered company. But honestly, with the “disposable income” of Activision-Blizzard, that is not hard to do. I’m sure there is plenty of new talent that would give an arm and a leg to work for Infinity Ward.
Activision’s owner made a statement to the Financial Times stating that they had reconstructed Infinity ward and were pleased with how they did it. After reading a few articles and statements from the gaming giant, it seems there was some bad blood between the old team of Infinity Ward and Activision.