Daily Archives: March 6, 2014

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle dated, plus pre-order extras

JoJos Bizarre Adventure (PS3) Preorder DLC Announcement - Screenshot 1

CyberConnect2’s upcoming fighter JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle will be going for sale on April 29. As previously announced, the game will be available digitally and as a limited boxed version sold only through Amazon and Club Namco. For those wanting to pre-order, it was also revealed today that both outlets are each offering their own unique bonus in the form of a downloadable character. Club Namco has the salesman-turned-killer Yoshikage Kira, while Amazon is offering the portly trickster Shigekiyo Yangu.


PlayStation 3 News

Call of Duty: Ghosts – Devastation, Live MP weekend announced

Call of Duty Ghosts (360, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One) Devastation DLC Announcement - Screenshot 1

Activision has revealed the second of Call of Duty: Ghosts’ four download packs, Devastation. The drop will launch first for 360 and Xbox One on April 3 and include four new multiplayer maps, detailed below; a new weapon accessible in all multiplayer maps, the Ripper sub machinegun/assault rifle combo; the second part of Extinction’s four-part episodic campaign, Mayday; and a new boss, the Kraken. As a bonus for Season Pass holders, the Ripper can be downloaded today.


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Dark Souls II launching for PC on April 25, screenshots released

Dark Souls 2 (360, PC, PS3) PC Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 1

Namco Bandai has handed PC gamers their marching orders to be suited up to take down Dark Souls II on April 25. The PC version can be pre-ordered today from Amazon, ClubNamco, Steam, and GameStop as either a standard edition or as a collector’s edition, though the latter isn’t available through Steam. Pre-ordering will allow access to the Black Armor Weapons Pack, detailed below, as well as a digital artbook, a download of the soundtrack, and a digital comic book. Additionally, the computer version will feature higher texture resolution and increased framerates, plus support for gamepads.


PC News

(PlayStation 3 Review) Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2

(PlayStation 3 Review) Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2

” … built upon its predecessor in many meaningful ways, but it frequently stumbles whenever attempting something new.”


PlayStation 3 Reviews