Archive for April 12th, 2010

Final Fight Double Impact will be released this Wednesday for 800 Allards on the Xbox Live Arcade, and this Thursday on the PlayStation Network for $9.99. Double Impact includes both the arcade version of Final Fight as well as Magic Sword. The game features online and local co-op multiplayer, new remixed music, HD-filtered graphics, unlockables and an online leaderboard.

Namco Bandai has announced that Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 has gone gold on the PSP. The game takes the beat-em-up style to a new adventure mode with new ninja and multiplayer modes. It has been developed by CyberConnect 2, and will available in Europe and Asia on May 14th 2010. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 covers the Naruto Shippuden story up to the Hidan and Kakuzu arc   Read More ...

Categories: Namco Bandai, News, PSP

Microsoft has announced that this week’s deal of the week on the Xbox Live Marketplace is the Crash Course game add-on for Left 4 Dead. Xbox Live Gold members will be able to pick up the DLC for 320 points this week. Remember folks, this is for the original Left 4 Dead and won’t work with the sequel.

Nintendo has confirmed this week’s American downloads: WiiWare Military Madness: Nectaris (1000 Miyamotos) Virtual Console Zaxxon (800 Miyamotos) DSiWare Gangstar 2: Kings of L.A. (500 Miyamotos) AlphaBounce (500 Miyamotos) 7 Card Games (500 Miyamotos) AiRace (800 Miyamotos)

Nintendo of America and Netflix have confirmed that Netflix streaming is now available on the Nintendo Wii as of today. The service requires an instant streaming disc from Netflix that users can obtain when signing up with the regular service and visiting here, as well as an internet connection. Users will be able to use the service to stream TV episodes and movies to their Wiis. “More than 28 million   Read More ...

Categories: News, Nintendo Wii

Infinity Ward’s former bosses Jason West and Vince Zampella have announced the formation of Respawn Entertainment. It’s their new development outfit, which has a publishing deal with Electronic Arts. West and Zampella were fired from Infinity Ward back in March by Activision, under accusations of insubordination. The pair has filed a lawsuit against Activision, whom has also issued a counter-suit. Respawn Entertainment is still in its early stages, and is   Read More ...

Epic Games, People Can Fly and Electronic Arts have today announced Bulletstorm. The FPS is part of a new original intellectual property, set to be released in 2011 on the 360, PC and PS3. The game tells the story of a futuristic confederation protected by mercenary group Dead Echo. Grayson Hunt (the playable protagonist) and Ishi Sato from Dead Echo learn they’re working for the wrong side, their commander betrays   Read More ...

Harmonix and MTV Games have today announced the 47-strong track list and in-game locations for Green Day: Rock Band. The game is set to be released on June 8th 2010 for the 360, PS3 and Wii. “Seeing ourselves through the lens of this videogame has been mind blowing,” said Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong. “From the soundtrack setlist and venues to the unlockable video footage and photos, Green Day: Rock   Read More ...

Sports Interactive have confirmed that Football Manager Handheld will be released on the iPhone tomorrow. It’ll cost £6.99 on the App Store, and will allow you to listen to your music collection while you manage your team to success (or not, as the case may be). The game includes 34 football leagues from 11 countries and allows you to customise tactics, formations, team and player instructions, training and transfers.

Konami has announced that they will be releasing a new version of its 1985 side-scroller Rush’n Attack (known as Green Beret in Europe). The new, updated version will be released on the Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation Network this autumn. Currently, the game is in development over at new Czech studio Vatra Games, the same developers who are working on a new Silent Hill title for the 360 and   Read More ...

Microsoft has changed the Xbox Live Points buying options in the US, allowing users to buy points in increments of 400, 800 and 1200. These point increments match common prices for Xbox Live Arcade titles and DLC, without the usual left over block of points. This change in points system has not been implemented anywhere else at the moment and it’s currently unknown whether it will be. Microsoft had previously   Read More ...

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