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So far, the number of great western shooters I had the pleasure of playing counts up to... oh... just about zip! But things will hopefully change once the Polish team from Techland launches their Wild West FPS, Call of Juarez... which, for us Europeans, should take place in September. In the US, however, (...) Continue reading 'Call of Juarez Demo, Website, Delay, Next-gen'...
So far, Nintendo has been doing a pretty good job at keeping the Wii launch date a secret. The only problem is, everyone else around them haven't! And that includes Activision, who's PR department apparently sent out a hasty release schedule which included several Wii games, along with their estimated launch dates. (...) Continue reading 'Activision Blunder Supports October Wii Release'...
Ubisoft Delays Double Agent, Dark Messiah, Resident Evil 4 PC
Reading between the lines of Ubisoft's latest financial report issued this week, we learn that at least three of its games have been delayed once again, leaving the French publisher with no choice but to lower its sales predictions for the following fiscal quarter (July-September). (...) Continue reading 'Ubisoft Delays Double Agent, Dark Messiah, Resident Evil 4 PC'...
SPOnG breaks the news today that Microsoft's "big new IP" will actually be developed by Bungie, and that it will be unveiled at this year's X06 event, which runs between 27-28 September in Barcelona. We're obviously not talking about Halo 4 here, since Halo 3 is officially the last game in Bungie's trilogy. However, unofficially, (...) Continue reading 'New Bungie Game, Not Halo 4, In Pre-production'...
Publisher Lighthouse Interactive announced the European street date for its upcoming "4X" (explore, expand, exploit, exterminate) strategy game, Sword of the Stars. The game will be released in the UK on September 1, and by the middle of September it should also be available in Germany and France. (...) Continue reading 'Sword of the Stars Dated And Demoed'...
Civilization IV: Warlords and CivCity: Rome are 2K Games' latest retail offerings this week. Both titles are clearly targeted at fans of Sid Meier's "Civ" series, who now have two more reasons to lock themselves in the house and (hopefully) enjoy a great virtual summer. And just because CivCity's main developer (...) Continue reading '2K Games Ships Two More Civ Games'...
Last week, Sony's Mark DeLoura left the company in order to take on a new role at Ubisoft's San Francisco office. His previous position, that of Manager of Developer Relations at SCE America, will be filled by J. Patton, who will continue to oversee the company's developer relations team. This final bit of information (...) Continue reading 'Over 10,000 PlayStation 3 Dev Kits Shipped'...
"Perhaps the secret to the launch information for Wii is somehow encoded in the text of this news item"
- this is how a sadistically teasing Nintendo PR guy chose to introduce the company's latest press release. The announcement focuses mostly on Nintendo's handheld games coming in the fourth quarter of 2006, (...) Continue reading 'Nintendo's Wii Launch Puzzle Hints At October 2?'...
LotR: The Rise of the Witch-king Expansion For BfME 2
A discussion on the GameReplays.org forums brings word that the PC version of LotR: The Battle for Middle-earth II is to receive a (first) expansion. An EA developer quickly confirmed the news to be true, saying that the expansion's official title will be The Rise of the Witch-king, and promising to return with more details (...) Continue reading 'LotR: The Rise of the Witch-king Expansion For BfME 2'...
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