It’s a hard life for Battlefield: Bad Company 2, it’ll be the first shooter with a modern setting to come after Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and inevitably comparisons between the two will be drawn. After a recent hands-on with the beta trial on PlayStation 3 however, BF: BC 2 is shaping up to be more than a match for Infinity Ward’s MW2.
Not much details of the trailer is known thus far, but from what has been said already. The trailer does start with main character Noctis been picked up from the highway before the car speeds away. We don’t know more then what’s already been said other then that.
However, there are three important things to consider:
1) The trailer was shown in real time.
2) It was shown at Square’s Closed Mega Theatre.
But the most important thing of all is what was said at the end of the trailer:
“Revelation will come next time.”
We want this next trailer… NOW!
Final Fantasy Versus XIII will release when the world is coming to an end, exclusively to the PlayStation 3.
There has been many games in development for a long time, with several of them announced in 2oo5. Arguably, Gran Turismo 5 and Red Dead Redemption is two of them games, but probably the biggest of the lot is almost certainly Alan Wake.
While Gran Turismo 5 has had several demos and GT5: Prologue released, with Rockstar working on several projects before RDR, Alan Wake was probably the game that has gone MIA the most this generation. But finally, it seems, we WILL get our hands on Remedy’s new IP next year.
The question is can Alan Wake really be the game it promised to be four years ago?
First shown off at E3 2009, the Sony motion control ‘wand’ has been subject of much interest, with it being recently rumoured to be called Gem after a leak by EA.
Now gadget magazine T3 (you may remember their PS3 Slim concept) have weighed in with their concept pictures of what Gem could look like.
Pics are after the break.
We all knew Final Fantasy XIII would be big, and today Square Enix have announced the sales figures from Japan to back it up, with the game shifting over 1 million copies in its first 24 hours of being on shelves.
The sales figures though don’t include the Lightning Edition PS3 bundle, so if you were to include those the figure would be slightly higher.
Alex Pavey (European Product Manager for Heavy Rain) has given details of the DLC that’ll be coming to Heavy Rain when it launches next year, and has also shown off the Collector’s Edition of the game too.
Full details are after the jump. Heavy Rain is set to release on the PlayStation 3 in February.
Details of a potential premium service for Sony’s PSN today were given to in the form of a survey from IPSOS Online Research, which ranges from $50 a month to potentially $70 a year.
The sorts of bonuses offered by the hypothetical service includes hour long trails of games from the PS Store, free access to range of PSOne Classics, and cross-game voice chat.
The survey also included the following block of text:
“Sony is considering offering a premium PlayStation Network subscription in the future. The subscription offering would provide new premium features you could choose to pay for and are in addition to the features currently available for free such as access to online multiplayer gaming (current features would remain free).”
Other features mentioned are an extended warranty, early beta access and cloud-based storage.
Click on through to see a screenshot of the survey.
It was Niko’s walk that really got me in GTA IV. The way the immigrant swaggered, shoulders rolling, feet pumping the ground, leaning into each corner. It put so much character into something as simple as walking; you knew, right from the start, he was here to chew gum and kick ass.
So, Red Dead Redemption is leisurely strolling to our consoles, and the walk is back, albeit changed slightly. Arms slightly outstretched, large, unnatural sides, palms facing backwards, and a look that’s melt and burn butter simultaneously.
We’re all hugely hyped for Mass Effect 2 here at GOONL!NE, check out our last article on it if you still need convincing why. Today those lovely chaps at EA sent out nine more screens to whet our appetites for the game, and you can find them after the jump.
Mass Effect 2 will land on the Xbox 360 in the UK on January 29th, and in the US on January 26th for the Xbox 360.