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Sony have confirmed the rumours swirling the closure of the digital storefronts is accurate. From the 2nd July you’ll no longer be able to purchase any digital games or DLC for the PlayStation 3 or the PSP. The PlayStation Vita’s shop will close on 27th August.Read On
Fire, it’s one of the few things that can be used in conjunction with the word blazing. A fire is blazing. It’s normally the only time you’d hear that word used in normal conversation or literature and yet the Japanese have managed to say that someone’s Soul is Blazing. Yes, Blazing Souls Accelate has now been confirmed in the UK.
It must have been fate that the announcement for a new game was confirmed today. Well, it probably wasn’t fate in the traditional sense, but Fate/Extra Collector’s Edition has today been announced for a release in less than a month.
The charts have seen a drastic shake up since last week and only one title stands proud at the top of the pile as the ultimate winner. There has also been a resurgence of Modern Warfare 3, Mario & Sonic and even Harry Potter (in LEGO form of course). But with last week’s number one – Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning falling to number 12, who has stepped in to take it’s place.
As another week in January finishes the weekly chart complier, UKIE, have released the latest charts of this week’s movers and shakers. In a month that sees very little games being released it comes as no surprise that there is only minimal movement in the charts this week. Still, it’s worth checking out the full top 20 inside. Read On
This week we see Halo and Spyro creep back into the top 20 and Skyrim moving up the charts. But what about the rest of the games in the chart? UKIE have provided us with the stats for last week’s titles and it is still dominated by the casual titles with Fifa 12 reigning top for all of 2012 so far and Just Dance 3 joining the party at the top of the charts.
With 18th November coming up which seems to be the date everyone wants to release their titles, Warner Brothers have waded in with their offering of LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7. The game follows on from the first game and follows the path of Potter and Co. However, deviating from the straight laced path of the books and films, the game will throw in the traditional LEGO humour we have come to love about the series. Read On