Developer: Remedy Entertainment
Also on: N/A (Xbox 360 exclusive)
Release Date: Friday May 14th 2010
Age Rating: ESRB: T for Teen, BBFC: 15, PEGI: 16+
It was reported yesterday that cross-game voice chat was to be one of the features of PlayStation Plus as was posted on the official Sony website. We contacted Sony for clarification on the matter, and to find out whether indeed cross-game voice chat would be coming to PSN.
When we contacted Sony for confirmation of this, or whether it was an error and we were told, “We’ve just announced the PlayStation Plus service and cross game chat is not one of the features. We said during our presentation that the service will evolve over time and therefore we won’t count anything out.”
So whilst cross-game chat may not be with us immediately, it will more than likely appear in the future.
As with all our other pressers we’ve got a round-up of Sony’s from last night. Few megaton announcements than we were hoping for but some pretty good announcements none-the-less, plus one people thought they’d never see on PlayStation 3…
EA’s E3 press conference finished just a few hours ago, so here is our round-up of what went down.
Instead of numerous news posts of what happened today at Microsoft’s E3 press conference, we’ve taken all todays happenings and stuck them all into one handy place for you to read about them.
Find out what went down with Microsoft today after the jump.
Developer: Bizarre Creations
Also on: Xbox 360, PC
Format Played On: PlayStation 3
Release Date: May 25th 2010
Age Rating: ESRB: E10+
2K have dated Civilisation V for PC with coming this September.
The USA will get the game on the 21st and it’ll invade the shores of the UK on the 24th, letting you play as such people from yesteryear like George Washington, Alexander the Great and Elizabeth I.
Harmonix have been detailing the latest information about Rock Band 3 which they say is set to be the “ultimate social and interactive music gaming platform.”
The new game will feature an 83-song setlist with classic tracks like Bohemian Rhapsody and Here I Go Again, along with more modern tracks like The Hardest Button to Button by The White Stripes.
Rock Band 3 will also allow you to import songs from previous RB titles, so you’ve got the songs from 5 other games to play too along with all the DLC that came for them, along with a huge list of songs, 2000 at launch, from the Rock Band music store.
Harmonix also are increasing the skill required for the game by offering the option of using Pro instruments to use, so drums, keyboard and guitar will have an added layer of realism to them.
The press release is after the jump.
Bethseda have announced that you can now pre-order Fallout: New Vegas as a digital pre-order packs now in North America at retailers such as GameStop, Amazon, Steam, Walmart and Best Buy.
The pre-orders also include the now normal incentives with Classic, Tribal, Caravan, and Mercenary packs available, which you can see shots of after the jump.
Fallout: New Vegas launches autumn 2010.