Daily Archives: October 26, 2012

Pinball FX2 now available as free download for Windows 8

Pinball FX2 (360, PC) Windows 8 Launch Announcement - Header

Zen Studios has launched Pinball FX2 for Windows 8. The pinball platform is a free download and comes bundled with the Mars table at no cost, with paid-for DLC also available, including tables from the Marvel Pinball series, for $2.99 each. Zen plans on adding additional features in the near future, such as greater social connectivity. If the Windows 8 version follows along the same line as the 360 release, pinball fans have a lot to look forward to.


DLC, PC News

Need for Speed Most Wanted launch trailer released

Criterion Games and EA have released a launch trailer for Need for Speed Most Wanted, with the game set to hit store shelves next week. As with the original 2005 Most Wanted, the open-world racer eschews traditional tracks and the simulation style for a design focused on speed, flash, and of course, outrunning the police. Multiplayer has an increased importance this time around, and as with the current crop of EA racers, the game supports Autolog.


PC News, PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation Vita News, Xbox 360 News

Capcom puts call out for gamers’ art, photos for Remember Me

Remember Me (360, PC, PS3) Contest Announcement - Screenshot 1

Capcom’s upcoming action-adventure title Remember Me will incorporate art and photos from gamers around the world. Aspiring designers can make their mark in Neo-Paris by trying their hand at designing billboard advertisements for five in-game companies by checking out the Adverts in 2084 contest page. Another promo, which kicked off yesterday, allows players to submit photos and a short description of some of their favorite memories to have them randomly chosen and incorporated into Memory Overload attacks. Gamers wanting to share their photos have until November 29 to submit them at the game’s Facebook page.


Contests, PC News, PlayStation 3 News, Xbox 360 News

(PlayStation 3 Review) Mugen Souls

(PlayStation 3 Review) Mugen Souls

“… one of those rare cases when a game has all of the elements it needs but not the framework to bring everything together in any meaningful way. ”


PlayStation 3 Reviews