- Metal Gear Solid: The Legacy Collection to hit store shelves July 9
- Call of Duty: Black Ops II – Uprising now on PSN and Steam
- Manhunt just made things messy on PSN, joins PS2 Classics line
- Anomaly 2 now available on Steam, Anomaly Korea for PC launches
- Two more powers revealed in new Dark gameplayer trailer
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Daily Archives: February 14, 2011
Arcana Heart is returning the PlayStation this spring with Arcana Heart 3. Set to launch on the PlayStation Network, Arcana Heart 3 introduces three new characters, bringing the total up to 23, ranking system and replays for online multiplayer, and Simple Mode, allowing beginning and casual fighters to use the more powerful moves and combos with easier commands. Three modes are also included—Story, Score Attack, and Training—for more possessed-sprite-bashing fun.
Those looking to jump back into ArcaniA – Gothic 4 (reviewed here) will be happy to hear that its first expansion, Fall of Setariff, will launch in a few weeks, on March 25. Players will once again step into the shoes of the nameless hero and experience 10 hours of gameplay filled with new quests, missions, items, and areas.
With the first trailers hitting the big and small screen for Michael Bay’s upcoming Transformers: Dark of the Moon, it was only a matter of time before Activision officially announced development of a tie-in title. High Moon Studios, developers of War for Cybertron, have returned to the series and are currently working on the 360 and PS3 release, which should come as good news to the fans. 3DS, DS, and Wii development duties are being handled by Behaviour Interactive, formerly Artificial Mind and Movement.
Today marks a new milestone for the PlayStation 2: Sony has announced that the system’s worldwide cumulative sales have reached 150 million units, as of January 31.
The upcoming live-action Mortal Kombat digital series from Mortal Kombat: Rebirth director Kevin Tancharoen and Warner Premiere, set to launch online this spring, is getting a bit of continuity with its unofficial predecessor with the announcement that both Michael Jai White and Jeri Ryan are reprising their roles as Sonya Blade and Jax. Also announced was Darren Shahlavi of 300 as the laser-eyed, heart-removing thug Kano.