The dawn of Max Payne 3 will no doubt put fans of the series in a nostalgic mood for his last outing, a 2003 game that’s now easiest to find and play in downloadable form. But those who buy the game and try to play it on their Xbox 360 hard drive are out of luck, because the file only downloads to the 99 percent mark before petering out.
As far as introductions go, Diablo III had a rougher time than we did in our atomic wedgie-filled first day of high school. Blizzard’s PC lootfest came out Tuesday, cursed with overloaded servers and a bug that ended the games of some players lucky enough to actually play the game.
If you study the right subjects, know the right people and are good enough at what you do, you can make a healthy living just predicting what you think others will do. Such is the charmed life of those who work at Wedbush Securities, which has peaked into the crystal ball and forecasted Grand Theft Auto V hitting shelves in October.
While it’s tough to find the bright side of not only totaling your hot car, but splitting it into separate pieces, and getting to live to wreck another day is always a plus. Such was the experience of a Vancouver man whose Audi ended up burning on someone’s lawn as he sat nearby, trying to make sense of the situation.
Like a dude using a laptop with his pants around his ankles, Kratos has always been known for doing his own thing. The rage-fueled Spartan has gotten his rocks off by slashing enemies into oblivion. Everyone onscreen, even innocent bystanders, were nothing but fleshy balloons to be popped into red level-up orbs. But his next game, God of War Ascension, will change all that.
Gamers have been swapping rumors about Call of Duty’s next move like giggly high school girls do potential prom dates. Now they have something solid to grasp on to — not only a title but a release date. As expected,
Zynga, the company responsible for cluttering your Facebook updates with nonsense having to do with FarmVille, CityVille, CastleVille and pretty much every other time-wasting thing that ends with “Ville,” is no longer bragging about raking in tons of money. Now it’s cringing as reports trickle in that the developer got shanked for an $85 million loss last quarter.
Even though Call of Duty games aren’t selling as well as they did before, there’s still no bigger name in the show. Any trickle of news about the next game — even an announcement that there will be an announcement — stirs the internet up into a frenzy.
The whole “Let’s turn a James Bond movie into a game thing” rarely works out well. We can’t even remember a decent one since GoldenEye 007 for the Nintendo 64 was the dorm game du jour back in 1997. Activision, though, isn’t
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