Daily Archives: May 21, 2012

DmC Devil May Cry slated to hit consoles, PC in 2013

DmC Devil May Cry (360, PC, PS3) Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 1

The Devil May Cry series will be returning next year with the launch of DmC Devil May Cry on January 15 for 360 and PS3, and later in the year for PC. The Ninja Theory-developed entry will take place in Dante’s younger days but, in an anachronistic twist, will be set today. Capcom, who is assisting with development, are promising “stylish action, fluid combat” for “a more brutal and visceral edge to the franchise.”

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PC News, PlayStation 3 News, Xbox 360 News

Trials Evolution not doing too shabby, logs over 500,000 players

Trials Evolution (360) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 4

Trials Evolution, RedLynx’s physics-centric motorcycle racer for Live Arcade, is proving to be even more popular than its 2009 predecessor, Trials HD. Via publisher Ubisoft, RedLynx Managing Director Tero Virtala notes that the XBLA-only title has “amassed more than 500,000 players on its global leaderboards” since launch last month. The beefed-up track editor is also proving to be popular, as Virtala further details that over 800,000 player reviews have been logged for the 60,000-plus custom tracks that have been created.

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Xbox 360 News

Aliens: Colonial Marines going in heavy early next year

Aliens: Colonial Marines (360, PC, PS3) Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 1

Sega has announced that Gearbox’s upcoming Xenomorphtastic first-person shooter Aliens: Colonial Marines will be hitting store shelves on February 12. At least, for the 360, PC, and PS3—the Wii U version is slated to ship “at a later time.” As a member of the US Colonial Marines, players will square off with Giger’s babies in single player as well as co-op and versus multiplayer.

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PC News, PlayStation 3 News, Wii U, Xbox 360 News

(PlayStation 2 Review) Sniper Elite

(PlayStation 2 Review) Sniper Elite

“… won’t go down in the record books, but it’s a fun subset of one of the most overused time periods in gaming.”

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Legacy Reviews, PlayStation 2 Reviews