Daily Archives: December 6, 2011

FlatOut 3: Chaos & Destruction heading to Steam next week

FlatOut 3: Chaos & Destruction (PC) Steam Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 1

The FlatOut series will be returning to the PC on December 13 with FlatOut 3: Chaos & Destruction. The follow-up to 2006′s FlatOut 2 will support SteamWorks and the Razer Hydra Controller as well as offer up nine modes, eight multiplayer modes, three stunt mode environments, 62 tracks, 16-player multiplayer, 47 vehicles, 10 environments, and more.

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PC News

DC Universe Online gets a touch of Flash with Lightning Strikes DLC

DC Universe Online (PC, PS3) Lightning Strikes DLC Launch Announcement - Header

DC Universe Online’s second DLC pack, Lightning Strikes, has launched for the PC and PS3. The Flash stars in Flashback Duo, a new time-traveling adventure set at the moment when Barry Allen becomes The Flash. In addition to the new quest, Central City is available for solo and group adventures and Electricity Powers, the game’s eighth power set, is introduced. The powers include the ability to create Tesla Balls and fire Shockwave bolts to damage enemies, and siphon energy from the environment with Ionic Drain. New gear and villains, including Livewire and The Trickster, round out the additions.

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DLC, PC News, PlayStation 3 News

Final Fantasy VI, US Final Fantasy III, now available for PS3 and PSP

Final Fantasy VI (PS3, PSP) PSN Launch Announcement - Header

Final Fantasy VI, first released in North America as Final Fantasy III on the Super Nintendo, is now available on the PS Network for the PS3 and PSP. Debuting on the PlayStation in 1999 as one of the included titles in Final Fantasy Anthology, Final Fantasy VI is a fan favorite that still fetches a fair penny for its original cartridge release. Fortunately, PSN users can snag a copy for $9.99.

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PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation Portable News

(PC Review) Serious Sam 3: BFE

(PC Review) Serious Sam 3: BFE

“Serious Sam 3: BFE’s rich multiplayer puts the series on firm footing after an uneven and at times dull single-player campaign.”

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PC Reviews