Archive for October 26th, 2010

Telltale Games has confirmed that those who sign up for a special offer on their website will be able to download Back to the Future episode one for free. The episode won’t be available until this winter, but you can still sign up for it now and get everything ready. Telltale will email you when the game’s available to download and you can get on your way. Through time.

Categories: Mac, News, PC, Telltale Games

Square Enix has announced that Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light will be getting a downloadable add-on entitled “All the Trappings”. The DLC will be released on Xbox Live tomorrow, and it features a new area to play about in. It’ll be free to download for 30 days. Online co-op will also go live in the game tomorrow, thanks to a free title update. The co-op mode and DLC   Read More ...

Codemasters has revealed that the long-awaited patch for F1 2010 is in submission over at Microsoft and Sony. Both companies will run the patch through their approval processes before releasing them into the wild. The patch will be available for all three versions of the game; on PC, PS3 and 360. It will address some issues with the game, such as corrupt game saves and problems with pit-stops. There will   Read More ...

Our friendly Namco Bandai contact has sent word that a demo for Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom is now available on the Xbox Live Marketplace and the PlayStation Network. The game has also gone gold, and looks set to meet its November 26th release date in Europe and Asia. Hopefully, we’ll get a review of it up around that time.

Rockstar Games has announced that the Undead Nightmare Red Dead Redemption standalone DLC disc will be released on 23rd November in the US and 26th November in Europe. The disc bundles all of Red Dead Redemption’s DLC together and will retail for £24.99 on the PS3 and 360. It has the Undead Nightmare Pack, the Outlaws to the End Co-op Mission Pack, the Legends and Killers Pack, the Liars and   Read More ...

The Fable series has grown since its debut on the original Xbox back in 2004. With what originally started with our character on a solo quest quickly took a different route as our character turned into a hero in Fable 2 to now your complete rule as King as or Queen in Fable 3. Fable 3 introduces many new features including adding the difficult decisions between good and evil. It’s   Read More ...

Categories: Lionhead, Reviews, Xbox 360

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