Avinash BaliJan 15, 2011 12:15:43 IST
Missed out on all the interesting stuff this week? Don't worry, we got you covered.
Bulletstorm be all up in your face
Developer People Can Fly’s upcoming shooter, Bulletstorm took center stage this week and brought a bucket load of awesome in the form of gameplay videos. A single player demo was also announced for Xbox360 and the PS3 while PC folk had to be content by knowing the game’s system requirements.
Devil May Cry on your iPhone
Yeah it seems iOS games are slowly but surely taking over the world and Capcom jumps on the bandwagon with their Devil may Cry series that thankfully won’t feature the new transsexual Dante.
F.E.A.R. 3 Delayed
After the disappointment that was F.E.A.R. 2, it’s hard to be excited about yet another F.E.A.R. game. However this one promises to be different bringing co-operative play into the mix. If that sort of thing floats your boat, look forward to the game this May.
James Cameron loves Crysis 2
Stoked for Crysis 2? So is James Cameron who apparently felt the game’s 3D was on par with Avatar. Wait, what!
Sony heats things up
Claims that the PS3 has been jailbroken may be good news to some but Sony obviously aren’t too pleased with the matter. They’re retaliating by hitting the hackers with a copyright infringement lawsuit. Oh it’s on now.
Will the PSP2 be launched this month?
After much rumor and speculation it turns out that the PlayStation Portable 2 could be launched this month at a hush-hush event in Tokyo. Will it really be as powerful as the PS3? And more importantly, how big a hole will it burn in your pockets?
Motorstorm Apocalypse Dated
Do you love racing around torn up cities while buildings and structures crumble around you? Us too, which is why we can’t wait for Apocalypse. And thankfully you won’t have to wait for long as the game should hit stores by the 16th of March 2011. America will get the game nearly a month later by the 12th of April.
Buy Mafia II (PS3) for Rs. 825
In case you missed out on Mafia II, Play-Asia.com is offering the PS3 version of the game for just Rs. 825 as part of their weekly sale. The deal's on till Monday evening so you know, hurry.
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Games of January
January may not be the hottest month for games, but it certainly has some interesting titles to look forward to. We've combed through the mediocre to scope out five games that are worth your hard earned money.
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