There has been a sudden revitalization of a lot of series taking place in the game industry the past few years. For the most part it is great to see long desired sequels like Diablo 3 finally coming to fruition but along with the idea to follow up on games that fans love is the idea to cash in on the exact same thing once again by slapping HD on the end of the title. These are called “HD remakes”.
Its Wednesday again which means its time for another Team of the Week. A week with some very high rated players across the board this week, with a lot of first time In forms.
Updated with players team and rank change
SEGA continues to celebrate the 20th year of Sonic with the release of the second demo for Sonic Generations, the game fans hope will bring Sonic back to the top where he belongs. October 19th is the date to put in your calendar if you wish to download this highly anticipated game’s second demo, for both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Below you will find the full press release.
I was a late bloomer to adopting Dark Souls’ predecessor Demon’s Souls. I bought it over the Summer after looking up the top titles coming out in the next few months (I was Skyrim hungry; who isn’t?). Dark Souls popped up in my search, and after watching a few E3 demos, I decided that the firstborn of this family was worth, at the very least, trying out.
Ever played EA’s Future Cop: L.A.PD.? Props if you did. A rundown if you didn’t: you’re an expensive pilot in the Los Angeles of 2098. Crime is legion, and you shift between two forms – mech and hovercar – to saunter deep into gang territory, dishing out instantaneous death sentences as you go. The backdrop had some serious swagger too, courtesy of the cutscenes. Somehow this third-person shooter failed to sell. Continue Reading
Playstation 3 owners, rejoice! If you were one of the many that missed the original
Assassin’s Creed you’ll get your chance to play it on November 15, the launch
date of Assassin’s Creed: Revelations.