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Is Netherrealm bringing DC Comics' tough-talking bastiche to "Injustice: Gods Among Us?"
Could Criterion be working on a reboot of "Need for Speed: Underground" for EA? Considering the UK-based developer recently re-introduced "Need for Most Wanted" and "Need for Speed Hot Pursuit" it doesn't seem too far-fetched.
At this point, I think we can assume that "Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon" is an expansion to last year's shooter and that Ubisoft is simply playing the long game in teasing it out. The slow tease is actually turning my initial curiosity/anticipation into a little bit of hostility--there's no need to string us along, Ubi.
The latest reveal is a batch of screens which will give you a sense of the art direction for the neon-tinged sci-fi action of "Blood Dragon." Maybe I'd be grousing less if we at least got to lay eyes on said Blood Dragon besides these more generic images of facilities and the not much going on in them.
All the way through its E3 debut last year, LucasArts was cagey with details about the story for its gritty shooter, "Star Wars 1313." Well, it seems like part of the reason for that was because behind the scenes, as recently as that May, George Lucas was signing off on focusing "Star Wars 1313" on fan favorite bounty hunter Boba Fett, according to a report from Kotaku.
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Like something sprung from the low budget, high ambition fantasies of the 80's VHS era lunatics who brought us "Mega Force" (or maybe, more appropriately the cyberpunk fantasies of something like "Nemesis"), comes this Xbox LIVE box art and a banner for the "Far Cry 3" DLC "Blood Dragon."
The image comes from--where else--dedicated NeoGaf users possibly giving us a hint of what Ubisoft has in store for what would appear to be more story content from last year's head trip shooter.
Surprising no one (the last movie pulled in north of $200 million worldwide), a Shock Till You Drop report is claiming that the release date for the sixth "Resident Evil" film has been set by Sony for 2014, wrapping up director Paul W. S. Anderson's second trilogy.
Avalanche Studios founder Christofer Sundberg tweeted the blurry image above earlier this week (which was spotted by Kotaku), touting it as one of the big games the studio is working on in 2013. Featuring an unknown character seeming to eject some unfortunate guy from his motorcycle seat, it appears to be set amid some dusty, dirty hills.
So could the man doing the ejecting be Rico Rodriguez of "Just Cause" fame?
Last night, Sony released a 45-second teaser (seen above) that invites gamers to "see the future" on February 20th, 2013. Shortly after, invites to a "PlayStation Meeting" were sent out. According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, this "PlayStation Meeting" event, will see the PlayStation 4 get its official reveal. Read More...