Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City is a disgrace to the franchise. I have heard many people say that it is not worth playing very much without online multiplayer, and I agree with them. The story itself is engaging and interesting, and had brilliant promise, but it is so poorly executed that you find yourself not even caring anymore. Even on the easiest setting, some of the campaigns can be difficult to clear unless you have other real-world people helping you out. The AI teammates are completely useless, never coming in for a heal at the proper time and NEVER getting out of your way when you need to dodge some bullets or (even better!) grenades.
Earlier today Xbox Live users were experiencing problems with the gaming history in their Xbox live profiles. A mess of crap was happening including an entire loss of gaming history and resetting precious GamerScores to zero. It seems that loading up a game or earning an achievement would cause this loss of data for a majority of its users, resulting in achievement history being replaced and reset, games unlocking all of its achievements at once upon loading, loss of purchase history and profile data (such as the self-edited biographies or Avatar's clothes).
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, I was rather upset to find out that the strategy guide has been pushed back again. Originally scheduled to release on February 7th with the game, it was posted on Facebook today that players will be able to recieve the strategy guide "in the next couple of weeks" with no offical set date. After not releaseing on the original date with the game, retailers had been told that the new release date would be this Friday, February 17th, and are now saying that it should be in stores Friday, February 24th.
"Dirt 3" released sometime in March on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. Joystiq reports that
"The $39.99 release will include the full game, 12 new tracks in two different new locations and lots of new cars and liveries to play around with."