- Keep your eye on that banana! Prey Mimic Madness trailer released
- Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare multiplayer free this weekend via Steam
- Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind showcased in new gameplay trailer
- Igor and the Velvet Room return in new Persona 5 trailer, screenshots
- Styx’s personality, design explored in new Shards of Darkness trailer
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Daily Archives: July 3, 2012
Call of Duty fans looking to catch up on DLC are in luck. Activision has kicked off a one-week summer promotion that slashes 50% off of the price of all previously released DLC packs for Modern Warfare 3 and Black Ops. Sale items include the two Content Collections and some extraterrestrial zombie-blasting. The promo is currently running for both 360 and PS3 as well as PC.
Max Payne 3’s first DLC drop has launched with the release of the Local Justice Pack on Live Marketplace and PSN. PC gamers can get their own local justice on July 17. The pack, detailed below, is available at a launch-week discount of 480 MS Points/$5.99, down from 640 MS Points/$7.99.
Square Enix is getting into the beat today with the launch of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy for the 3DS. The title isn’t just the company’s first foray into the rhythm genre, though, as it’s also the first 3DS title to offer DLC. For adventurers who need more than the 70-plus included tracks, taken from event scenes, field themes, and battle arrangements, eight additional songs, listed below, are available for download.
Xbox 360 owners who snagged a copy of the fantastic Dragon’s Dogma can now download a demo of Resident Evil 6. Available on Live Marketplace, the demo includes three missions from the game’s three different campaigns, with players getting a chance to control Leon Kennedy, Chris Redfield, and Jake Muller. The missions take place on the zombie-filled campus of Ivy University, on the rooftops of Lanshiang in China, and throughout the Eastern European nation of Edonia.
Another review saved from the abyss! This time it’s Larian Studios’ fantastic action-RPG Divine Divinity. As Nick put it in 2002, “… an extremely solid, incredibly addictive, and highly entertaining game that takes the best elements of past RPGs and fuses them in a wonderfully engaging whole.”