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A leaked internal release schedule from retailer GAME suggests EA's Crysis 2 has a set release date already: September 24th.

The document, which has been uncovered by VG247, offers a number of rough dates for major titles.

Other notables include DJ Hero 2, 'James Bond Racing' and Fallout: New Vegas all in October. The listing also pins the release date of Activision's Call OF Duty 7 in the same month - but we've heard it's arriving in November.

Elsewhere, Singularity is down for June 28, whilst Bethesda's Brink is 'September'.
Category: Games News | Views: 560 | Added by: shaikh | Date: 27-03-2010 | Comments (0)

"No DRM" says EA... Except you have to be connected to the internet at all times

The great DRM row continues this morning, as it's confirmed that Command & Conquer 4 has adopted a similar DRM system to the heavily criticised one used in Assassin's Creed II.

In a post over on EA's Command & Conquer 4 forums, community manager 'Apoc' writes "First thing to be clear about, Command & Conquer 4 has NO DRM. Zip, zero, zilch, none."

Sounds excellent, except a few lines later he adds: "To play Command & Conquer 4, the computer needs to be connected to the internet."

PC Gamer's investigated Command & Conquer 4's controversial DRM, which as requires a constant internet connection - just like Assassin's Creed II.

So what happens when you lose your connection to EA's servers during a C&C4 game session? The short answer is: bad stuff.

PC Gamer's done some extensive cable-yanking experiments which have reve ... Read more »
Category: Games News | Views: 1194 | Added by: shaikh | Date: 21-03-2010 | Comments (0)

PC gamers will have to wait 2 weeks longer than Xbox

The latest release schedule from Ubisoft shows a slip in the release date for the PC version of Splinter Cell Conviction.

While Xbox 360 gamers will be able to dig into some stealth kill action on April 16, PC gamers will be left wanting for another two weeks until April 30.

PC gamers haven't even been given a Splinter Cell Conviction demo, unlike their 360 friends who've had one since yesterday. We feel your pain guys.
Category: Games News | Views: 1284 | Added by: shaikh | Date: 21-03-2010 | Comments (0)

Spidey is coming back again.

Activision's new Spider-Man game is the wonderfully named, 'Shattered Dimensions'.

That's according to the latest issue of Gamepro magazine in The States, which has the new Spidey adventure donning its front cover.

There are no official gameplay details on Shattered Dimensions yet, but it's probably safe to assume that it's not tied to a movie.

The more details are coming within next week.
Category: Games News | Views: 1365 | Added by: shaikh | Date: 18-03-2010 | Comments (0)

Lara Croft was at the Game Developers Conference looking like you've never seen her before. Sure, she still had braids and two great big…guns, but the similarities ended there. That's because we saw her in a full demo of her new downloadable adventure, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.
Unlike the Tomb Raider branded games, Lara Croft is a more arcade-style adventure with lots of running and jumping, played from an isometric perspective. It's also Crystal Dynamics' first download-only title, and it's due on Xbox Live, the PlayStation Network, and PC digital download services at the end of this summer.
The story involves an ancient struggle between two South American warriors: Totec and Xolotl. They battled two thousand years ago over a powerful artifact known as the Mirror of Smoke, with Totec prevailing and banishing Xolotl. From there, Totec sealed himself with the mirror to ensure that it never fell into wicked hands. ... Read more »
Category: Game Previews | Views: 1330 | Added by: shaikh | Date: 17-03-2010 | Comments (0)

Sid Meiers Civilization V is coming september 1, 2010. Civilization V will feature an entirely new game engine, as well as a hexagonal map instead of the square tiles of earlier games in the series.

The most obvious change is that the playable map is now made up of hexagonal tiles instead of square ones. Hexes, or "a man's way to play a strategy game" as I've described them, allow for some really interesting tactical options and more things to worry about as you've got six sides of your city to defend rather than four. It also allows for more natural movement inside the environments, and as I saw in a private demo of the game live in action, much better looking environments too, with much more naturally sprawling forests and mountain ranges snaking up around other patches of land.

And while the new game engine is promising DirectX 11 support for cutting-e ... Read more »
Category: Game Previews | Views: 1395 | Added by: shaikh | Date: 16-03-2010 | Comments (0)

With the recent Tomb Raider Trilogy completed, Crystal Dynamics is looking to the digital download space to provide a fresh take on the classic franchise formula. We got a first look at Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light this morning, and found that ditching the Tomb Raider moniker is one of the less significant changes Crystal Dynamics has implemented. The isometric action/adventure boasts co-op play and arcade-inspired combat, both a first for the venerable franchise.

The seeds of the story are planted two thousand years ago, when a battle waged between armies of good and evil over a powerful artifact known as the Mirror of Smoke. Totec, the leader of the Army of Light, triumphed over his evil counterpart, Xolotl, and took control of the mirror, banishing Xolotl from the world and becoming the Guardian of Light. Totec entombed himself in the mirror within the Temple of Light to keep it from falling into the wrong hands. Millennia later, enter Lara Croft. The m ... Read more »
Category: Games News | Views: 1559 | Added by: shaikh | Date: 16-03-2010 | Comments (1)

Mafia II
Developer- 2K Czech
Publisher- 2K Games
Engine- The Illusion Engine
Release date May - July 2010

Faced with one the developers of the original Mafia, there's only one question any fan really wants to ask. So I asked it. Why was that bloody racing mission so stupidly difficult?

Daniel Vavra, lead designer at 2K Czech (formerly the far less bleak sounding Illusion Softworks) laughed and assured me that it was originally intended to be harder, and that only the endless nagging of his superiors prevented it becoming the most impossible-to-beat level in gaming history.

Putting old grudges to bed, we set aside the only blotch on Mafia's tenure as the PC's greatest, most well-written free-roaming shooter, and move on to the matter at hand - its sequel.

... Read more »
Category: Game Previews | Views: 1480 | Added by: shaikh | Date: 12-03-2010 | Comments (0)

Tomb Raider: Underworld
Developer : Crystal Dynamics
Publisher : Eidos Interactive
Genre : Action-adventure
Platform : PC
Type : 3rd Person
Mode : Single Player
Release : 18 November, 2008

GR Rating : 9.4/10



Tomb Raider: Underworld, also known as Tomb Raider 8, is the eighth game in the Tomb Raider series, released in November 2008. It is the third game in the series to be developed by Crystal Dynamics. Underworld resumes the adventure from where Tomb Raider: Legend left off and addresses elements of the plot left unexplained in Tomb Raider: Legend and Tomb Raider: Anniversary.

The gameplay is much more different from the previous two tomb raid ... Read more »
Category: Game Reviews | Views: 1315 | Added by: shaikh | Date: 12-03-2010 | Comments (0)

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands is an upcoming videogame developed by Ubisoft Montreal due for release in May 2010 for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, the PlayStation3 computer entertainment system, the PSP (PlayStationPortable) system, the Wii system from Nintendo, the Nintendo DSi and Nintendo DS systems, and Microsoft Windows. Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands is will return to the storyline established by Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time in 2003 and previously concluded by Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones in 2005.

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands is to "feature many of the fan-favorite elements from the original series as well as new gameplay innovations," according to a press release from Ubisoft. For the new game, it seems the publisher's used the Prince's own time-rewinding powers to ditch the beautiful looks and gameplay ... Read more »
Category: Games News | Views: 1526 | Added by: shaikh | Date: 12-03-2010 | Comments (0)

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