Archive for May 2011
THQ has today announced the sequel to the popular Metro: 2033 entitled Metro: Last Light. This game is due out on Xbox and PS3 in 2012.Set in the haunting, desolate ruins of post-apocalyptic Moscow, one of the most richly detailed and beautifully realised gaming worlds of modern times. Developer 4A Games will deliver a terrifying, atmospheric single-player adventure that fuses thrilling combat with exploration and survival horror to create a unique, memorable experience. Read On
The long suffering PlayStation Network is finally having the full service brought back online by Friday this week. This closes the long and drawn out restoration of the PSN which first went down on the 21st April. It has taken over a month for Sony to rebuild and secure the Network after a vicious attack left the log on and personal details of over 77 million world wide users at risk. Read On
Electronic Arts and Hasbro today announced that they will be releasing three new board games becoming videogames this autumn. The three value games take two classic board games that many of us grew up with and one newish videogame that merges together a lot of the kids board games.
Square Enix today announced that they will be bringing a brand new adventure to the Nintendo 3DS. Heroes of Ruin gets four unlikely heroes and packs them together to form a powerful and fearsome alliance. Using all of the new features that the Nintendo 3DS has as well as support for online play and a wealth of social gaming features, gamers will be able to experience new ways to play Heroes of Ruin day by day.
Wrestling, it’s one of those things that you remember watching on Sky 1 when you were a kid. It’s still going strong today and THQ have today released a batch of new screenshots for their up and coming title, WWE ’12, which is set for release on the Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Tuesday is this week’s Monday – it’s confusing all of us here at VGamingNews as we sat in front of our office computers hoping for the day to end, and fast. Yet, just because Monday is over doesn’t mean that the weekly videogame charts didn’t turn up – they did. This week there’s a lot to look at and predictably a certain game is still on top, with the other trailing well behind.
The introduction to Elise in SSX Deadly Descents has been revealed by EA. Taking the style of a comic book, it details Elise’s rise to fame and her constant hunt for the next big thrill. It is shown that she is recruited for an unknown mission to bring her back to the piste the ride of her life. Read On
Not to toot their own horn but the people at Grip Games have come up with One Epic Game, a 2D platform shooting game which parodies the most popular games on the market at the moment. The main Hero – Alpha Dog is a typical muscle head hero and must chase the evil scientist bad guy through the games’ worlds using humorous and very clichéd dialogs. Read On
Konami have today announced the next game in the popular PES series. The game is due out in the Autumn on all the home consoles, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii. A PSP and oddly enough a PlayStation 2 version will be available as well. Konami have been working closely with fans of the series to provide the most real and entertaining entry in the series to date. Read On