- For Honor begins Season Three tomorrow with Grudge & Glory
- Call of Duty: WWII trailer details upcoming Multiplayer Private Beta
- Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition coming this September
- The Fencer joins Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth
- Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus’ Trust in Brother teaches a lesson
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Daily Archives: September 28, 2011
NIS has sent along some new screenshots of their upcoming action-platformer Cave Story 3D. These shots show off the 2D mode that can be turned on in the options, which reverts the character back to the original 2D sprite version while the environments remain in 3D.
Sony Online has launched Recoil Games’ Rochard, a “puzzle-platforming, astro-mining action adventure.” Voiced by Jon St. John, Duke Nukem himself, John Rochard is an astro miner who stumbles upon an ancient alien artifact while prospecting in an asteroid. Shortly after the discovery, his team is kidnapped by space pirates and must be rescued using the only tool he has, the gravity-defying G-Lifter.
Sam Fisher has made his way back to the PS3 today with the launch of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Trilogy HD. The $39.99 set is available in retail and on the PS Network, and includes remastered versions of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow, and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Chaos Theory. Each title features updated visuals and stereoscopic 3D support.
Rockstar has announced the system requirements and release date for the PC version of their gumshoe sim, L.A. Noire. The PC version of Team Bondi’s latest, developed by Rockstar Leeds, is dubbed L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition and will launch on November 8. The Complete Edition will include the original game as well as a multi-use code to access all the DLC add-ons and cases, which includes the Nicholson Electroplating arson case, Reefer Madness vice case, The Consul’s Car traffic case, The Naked City vice case, and A Slip of the Tongue traffic case. The PC version will feature increased resolution, keyboard remapping, gamepad support, as well as support for Nvidia’s 3D Vision.
Air Conflicts: Secret Wars, a new arcade-style combat flight sim from Kalypso, is now available for the 360 and PC. Virtual pilots will fly sorties during both World War I and II throughout Europe and North Africa. Seven campaigns comprised of 49 missions will require players to take on a variety of tasks, including patrolling, bombing, and escorting. Secret Wars includes an upgrade system as well as two control schemes, one geared towards casual pilots and another for flight sim vets.
Capcom will not rest until every Resident Evil has been made available for download over Live Games on Demand and PSN. Following the release of enhanced versions of Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil Code: Veronica X, Capcom has announced that Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition, which includes the base game and two DLC episodes (Desperate Escape and Lost In Nightmares), will be available on October 4 on PSN for $29.99.
Klei Entertainment’s action hero Shank will be returning next year in Shank 2. The 360, PC, and PS3 release will continue the download-only route as Shank finds himself up against enemies who are gunning for his family. The sequel will follow in the original’s footsteps with its emphasis on fast action, and it will also add a new survival co-op mode.