Australia has just age-certified what we believe is Ride to Hell: Retribution under the code name ‘Cook’s Mad Recipe’ (by UK applicant Koch Media GMBH).
Acquire has set up a teaser website showing an overhead Google Map-style views of cities, each showcasing map coordinates. Speculation is running that it is very similar to the PS3 game The Last Guy, which also uses real-life map data.
Samsung has revealed its Galaxy S4 Smartphone last night, as well as a prototype game controller add-on.
The controller features four face buttons, two shoulder buttons and a pair of analogue nubs. It requires AAA batteries to run and it syncs up with a neat arcade app that seems to compile all of your games into a handy tile-based interface.
Dave Cox, the Director of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 has posted what appears to be a presentation still from a press event happening today in Madrid. Later he tweeted ‘We are ready :)’ with the above screenshot about a string of interviews which will be coming out of the secret event.
Badland Developer Frogmind Games announced in its official blog that Badland will hit the App Store on April 4th.
Below you can see the new gameplay trailer which shows off power-ups and portals:
The Irrational Game Store is now offering discounted shipping at $1.99.
‘$1.99 shipping and handling is available for orders being shipped within the U.S. International customers are eligible for a reduced shipping rate (up to $10 in savings) that includes all applicable duties, taxes, and surcharges. Offer valid on store.irrationalgames.com only and does not apply to previous purchases orcredits. Details are subject to change and may be canceled without notice.’
The Major League Gaming, the world’s largest eSports league, will kick off the 10th annual MLG Pro Circuit with the Winter Championship starting today through the 17th at the Dallas Convention Center.
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EA Partners Founder, Tom Frisina, invested $40 million into a new publishing initiative ‘Tilting Point.’ The funding will provide development funds, marketing and consultancy with industry partners like EEDAR.
Once again, Sony is handing out $10 of PlayStation Network credit to its members. Sony describes the giveaway as a “special promotion” but says nothing more as to why they are giving it out.