During EA’s E3 press conference today, Insomniac Games founder and CEO Ted Price went on stage and revealed that Insomniac was leaving the old days of platform exclusivity behind and coming out with their first multiplatform game ever. The new title is called Overstrike, a multiplayer game that will release on both Xbox 360 and PS3.
New E3 Trailer after the jump!
Many people claimed it was coming, many argued in contradiction, but the time has finally come, according to GamaSutra. PS3 has finally outsold the 360 worldwide in LTD sales, despite the 360’s 10 million unit lead. Now, this should not …
Treyarch’s Dan Nelson has announced in Major Nelson’s latest podcast that a brand new DLC pack is going to be release around 1st Feb 2011.
The new DLC, which is to be called First Strike will consist of 4 …
Irrational Games has just announced the third game in the popular BioShock series: BioShock Infinite. The franchise goes back in time and up in the skies, breaking with the first two titles by setting the game in a sort of American Cloud City in 1912. The game is currently slated to be released a century after the fictional events of the game, in 2012. For more information, read IGN’s take on the announcement event.
Check out the trailer after the jump.
I though I’d throw this out to the masses as I recently had a debate with a friend regarding games you’d like to see being re-developed for the consoles of the HD age.
We started off by looking at games that have already been given the HD treatment and I of course mean given a new lease of life. The first game which sprung to mind was the Street Fighter series – quite an obvious one due to it being a massive 2D beat-em-up back in the early/mid 90s. SF always had a huge following, and with Capcom making tons of different versions (anyone remember the Rainbow Edition of SF2? ), they decided to make the jump and give it a next-gen life by bringing out Street Fighter 4 and Super Street Fighter 4.
NBA Jam is another one that’s due to hit the shelves soon, along with Lemmings which was released on the PSN when the Ps3 was launched back in 2006/2007, and whilst you can look at a long list of games being brought back from the Retro afterlife we decided to switch our attention to just one game we would like to see brought back from the dead and one that we’d love to see in full hi-def glory.
The Wii, the Xbox 360, and the PS3 all have online capabilities. But according to this report, the PS3 has the biggest percentage of units that are connected to the internet.
Research firm The Diffusion Group polled 2,000 adult broadband users in the US and found that 78% of PS3 owners have their console hooked up with internet. The Xbox 360 follows with a close 73%, while the Wii barely jumps the halfway hurdle with 54%.