Capcom announced today that a new open world action game title called Dragon’s Dogma, will be available on May 22nd in North America with a European release just a few days later on May 25th. The title will be available on both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 gaming consoles and Capcom will bundle a code for access to a playable demo of Resident Evil 6 with the game as well. There will also be some exclusive pre-order DLC from various retailers that include the “Pawn Upgrade Pack” from GameStop, the “Armor Upgrade Pack” from Best Buy, and the “Weapon Upgrade Pack” from Amazon.read more
The predictable and highly anticipated sequel to the blockbuster Final Fantasy XIII, is close to release. Only a couple of days ago did Square Enix release a prerelease demo for XIII-2, so I decided to kill some hours and have a try at it.
The new game comes out with a mountain of goodies depending on what edition you buy, if you pre-ordered the game and where you are in the world. These range from: a four disc soundtrack, a concept art collection, a one-disc soundtrack, six postcards, replica large-print art of Lightning, a t-shirt, lithograph cards, a novella, and the game itself.
The game (since its release in Japan) has also come with a DLC schedule, including a Colosseum which will let players battle through certain enemies and possible some colosseum-exclusive ones, more monster allies to fight by your side and more outfits for the main characters. From other news reports, it is likely to be a monthly release of content.read more
Well it looks like we will be going another year without the release of a refresh to the Sony PlayStation 3 console. Kaz Hirai, the Representative Corporate Executive Officer and Executive Deputy President of Sony Corporation, and Andrew House who is the Group CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment have both stated that there will be no announcement of a PS4 console or next generation device at E3 2012 or anytime soon. Many people have anticipated new hardware from both Sony and Microsoft this year with the impending launch of Nintendo’s newest console, the Wii U. Though it easy to argue that the Wii U is just simply an attempt to catch up to the XBOX 360 and PS3 when it comes to hardware performance and gaming graphics.read more
Turtle Beach, most commonly known for their high quality gaming headphones announced today their newest brand of Ear Force headsets; XP400 and XP300 premium wireless gaming.
The biggest improvement being a more affordable Bluetooth chat that the previous XP500 headset featured, while adding the ease of rechargeable batteries and new 5GHz dual-band Wi-Fi RF wireless technology.
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