Could this tweet mean that Square Enix is bringing the 3DS game over to the West? As with the company’s past projects, one never knows, but we can only hope.
According to GoNintendo, High Voltage Software’s, The Conduit, will be getting an HD makeover for Tegra powered mobile systems.
Conduit’s Tegrazone page will give the first mission for free, but players have to pay $2.99 for packs consisting of three-levels each for the rest. Additionally, players will be able to buy the six level bundle for $4.99. The game is set for release during Q1 2013. See NVIDIA Tegrazone.
Rambo: The Video Game just released 2 new screenshots – a scene from First Blood 2 and Rambo 3.
This Studiocanal game features the original voice-tracks of Sylvester Stallone as well as the late Richard Crenna in their respective rolls of John Rambo and Col. Samuel Trautman.
There was a hidden page on Ubisoft’s website, saying that Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag would become available on October 29th, 2013 for Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Wii U, as well as next-gen consoles (presumably PS4 and Xbox 720). The first official trailer for the game will be released on the website in 3 days. What do you think about this potential release date from Ubisoft?
IGN was given a look at the Destruction and Demolition game modes. Phillipp Arlt, the game’s lead game designer, also provided them with an overview of what it’s all about.
Players who purchased Tomb Raider through Steam are now able to preload the game. The game will release in three days, March 4.
Will you be preloading the game? Send us your comments.
Sony has announced a scheduled maintenance:
“PlayStation Network is offline for scheduled maintenance from 16:00 GMT on Monday 4 March 2013 to 03:00 GMT on Tuesday 5 March 2013.
Phosphor Games Studio’s Project Awakened is a third-person action game essentially asking the gamer “Who do you want to be?” The team has responded with an incredible Unreal Engine 4-powered character customization mechanic. This technology allows the players to change their character’s anatomy in many unreal ways.
Square-Enix has opened the Heroes & Generals beta allowing everyone to try out its free-to-play World War II MMOFPS.
The game also has a mobile app Heroes & Generals: Mobile Command in tandem with the full PC game.