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The action game launched on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 earlier this year. This PC release marks developer Platinum's debut on the PC. A release date is yet to be announced.
In 2010 Metal Gear Solid: Rising was announced for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, but when it was re-revealed in 2011 after development duties transferred from Kojima Productions to Bayonetta developer Platinum, the PC version was absent from the game's list of platforms.
This will be the first Metal Gear to hit our hard-drives since MGS 2, which also starred Revengeance’s protagonist Raiden. Back then he was a baby-faced stealth operative, who spent his time moping about his relationship and crawling through air vents. It was in Metal Gear Solid 4 that he was reinvented as baby-faced sword-wielding cyborg, who spent his time moping about everything and stabbing dinosaur robots. It was the least weird thing about MGS 4.
The DLC is called the Amusement Park Pack add-on and, as you'd expect, adds theme park structures to the game. "Build the amusement park of your dreams, right in the middle of your city," reads the official description. "Classic rides, vehicle rides and thrill rides allow you to make just the theme park you want."
Responding to the leak, the official SimCity Twitter page confirmed the DLC will be released on 28th May.
"Some of you may have seen thrilling new #SimCity content that arrived too early at the gate," read the tweet. "It's coming May 28. We think you'll be amused." (Source eurogamer.net)
So the Sims 4 might have already been announced, but that doesn’t mean Maxis isn’t still pumping content into the The Sims 3. The end of this month will see in dragons, and the next introduces various terrors of the seas—houseboats, hedonistic tourists, and gratingly cheerful tiki music all make an appearance. And then, of course, our favorite additions involve new causes of flailing Sim-death in the form of sharks and krakens. Yep, just another fun-packed day in the Island Paradise.
Maxis’ latest Producer Walkthrough video shows off some of the newest expansion’s terrifying features with all the nonchalance of your granny narrating the photo album of her last cruise trip. It seems we’ll be able to build space-thirsty, completely unseaworthy multi-storey houseboats, and slap our runt Sims in on mop-the-deck duty. Meanwhile, we’ll also be able to run entire resorts, from five-star straw-hut palaces to dingy sheds with broken toilets.
The Sims 3: Island Paradise is out June 25. (Source pcgamer.com)
BioShock Infinite 94
The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series 89
Far Cry 3 88
Tomb Raider 86
Starcraft II: Heart of the Swarm 86
Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine 84
Metro: Last Light 82
Euro Truck Simulator 2 80
Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon 79
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition 78
Don't Starve 76
Resident Evil 6 70
Age of Empires II: HD Edition 68
Dead Island: Riptide 63 (From metacritic.com)
I was running out of time and ammo. Mutated wolves, freakish crustaceans, and a flying demon were relentlessly hunting me through the swampland. According to my watch, I only had 15 seconds left of breathable air in the gas mask. I had two choices: either let the wildlife eviscerate me from head to toe or suffocate to death from the surface’s radioactive atmosphere.
EA has announced a new LA-based branch of Battlefield developer DICE that will focus on creating Star Wars games.
The studio is open to continuing existing Star Wars game series as well as developing entirely new franchises, DICE boss Karl-Magnus Troedsson told The Wall Street Journal.
Recent Star Wars games such as Force Unleashed 2 and Kinect Star Wars got a critical Darth Mauling.
Top of many Star Wars fans' wishlists is a new Battlefront game. The series was in development at UK studio Free Radical Design (now Crytek UK) before LucasArts pulled the plug. Continue reading
Ever since Disney shuttered former all-things-Star Wars publisher LucasArts in the wake of its purchase of Lucasfilm, we have been left wondering who would be tasked with resuming production on the world's supply of Star Wars video games. Now we know the answer.
EA has stepped up and Jedi mind-tricked Disney (or, more likely, paid handsomely) for the exclusive license for all Star Wars games in the "core games" category. This means Disney will still have the license to produce its own games in the mobile, tablet, and online gaming categories. However, if you want to make a major console, handheld, or PC game with the words "Star" and "Wars" in the title, you'd best be working for an EA studio.
It would extra help if you worked for DICE, Visceral Games, or BioWare, as EA's announcement of the deal specifically cites these studios as the ones tasked with bringing more Star Wars video games into the world. BioWare, of course, already has experience working with the Star Wars brand, producing the original Knights of the Old Republic RPG games (though only developing the first one internally), as well as the Old RepublicMMO, which is perhaps most notable for costing EA an exceptional amount of money. On a possibly related note, financial terms for this deal were not disclosed.
"Every developer dreams of creating games for the Star Wars universe,” said EA Labels President Frank Gibeau. "Now, we own the exclusive rights to those dreams," he did not add, but I imagine he thought to himself at least once. (From giantbomb.com)
Mouldy-looking Dead Island: Riptide has perched itself atop the UK all-formats chart for a third week running.
BioShock Infinite was the only other game this year to manage such a lengthy tenure, UK numbers company Chart-Track reported.
Telltale's acclaimed The Walking Dead was this week's highest new entry - the episodic series' new disc-based release appeared in ninth place.
The other new entry this week was Persona 4 Arena, which arrived in 11th.
FIFA 13 was fifth, BioShock Infinite sixth. Assassin's Creed 3, Lego City 3DS and Luigi's Mansion 2 rounded out the rest of the top flight. (Source eurogamer.net)
Total War: Rome 2 will be released Sept. 3 worldwide on Windows PC for $59.99, and pre-order customers will receive the strategy game's first downloadable content for free, publisher Sega announced today.
Rome 2 will ship with eight playable factions, and developer The Creative Assembly announced last month that all players will be able to download a ninth, Pontus, as free day-one DLC. Pre-order players will also get the Greek States Culture Pack, which brings three additional factions into the game — Athens, Epirus and Sparta — on launch day. Each of the Greek factions offers its own units, buildings, missions, win conditions and tech tree.
Sega also announced Rome 2's Collector's Edition, which will be available only in a limited production run of 22,000 individually numbered boxed copies. The $154.99 set contains the game in a Steelbook case that's laser-etched with the number of the package, as well as the following additional physical goodies:
Tabula set: The Roman forerunner to Backgammon, this Tabula set comprises 30 bone-effect game-pieces supplied in their own burlap drawstring bag, while the board is built into the base of the Collector’s Edition box.
Tesserae Dice: Three replica bone-effect dice for use in a variety of games. The design is based on original Roman Tesserae, found at the archaeological site of Herculaneum.
Total War Cards: Punic Wars: Designed from the ground up to echo elements from Rome 2, Total War Cards is a game of skill and luck for two players. Involving combat, territorial control, resource management and technological development, Punic Wars consists of 58 high-quality playing cards and a game-board printed with the Punic Wars tech-tree.
Canvas Campaign Map: A reminder of the worlds you must conquer, this ribbon-tied canvas map depicts each of the 57 provinces of the Rome 2 campaign.
Roman Onager: A complete, fully-functional Onager, or Roman siege catapult. This easy-to-assemble kit is constructed from weathered wood and steel, measures 26 cm x 12 cm x 12 cm, and is capable of unleashing mall projectiles at a variety of inanimate objects which may have affronted the glory of your empire. (Source polygon.com)
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