Wait, what? Kotaku has just reported that an insider has revealed upcoming plans for a multiplayer Dragon Age title. Not only that, but it will apparently be developed using DICE’s Frostbite 2 engine, which we’ve seen in titles such as Battlefield 3. Supposedly the game looks “stunning” so far. Details are unclear so far as to whether the multiplayer will be available as part of a full retail title or as a downloadable game or expansion. The insider promised both PvP and PvE gameplay along with playable dragon characters. The combat will take place in an arena.read more
Earlier this year at E3 2011 Hyperkin announced the launch of the REMOTEXT, a wireless QWERTY keyboard PS3 controller. The REMOTEXT combines the buttons of a gaming controller and Media Remote and throws in a full keyboard for any unexpected data entry. Check out the initial video hands-on after the break.read more
Here is an interesting look at the Apple vs Samsung patent wars in a graphical form. Check it out.read more
Back at E3 earlier this year, Sony announced that PlayStation 3 owners who purchased Battlefield 3 would get Battlefield 1943 free. When Battlefield 3 was released this wasn’t the case.
Now, EA has officially announced that they will be allowing owners of Battlefield 3 on PS3 to download their free copy of Battlefield 1943. Beginning November 26th, Battlefield 3 users in the Europe with an activated online pass will be able to download the game. North America will be able to download the game on December 10, and Japan on December 17.
It is unfortunate that it took a lawsuit against EA for them to finally give in and honor their original offer.read more
I was fortunate enough to be invited to the second beta for the Star Wars Old Republic MMO coming out December 20th. So far the experience has been really fun and I would highly recommend the game for anyone who is tired of the typical skinners box method for MMORPG’s as of late.read more