Friday, August 31, 2012

Xbox news

Rumors regarding the impending arrival of two highly- anticipated next-gen gaming consoles - Xbox 720 and PlayStation 4 - have created quite a stir on the web. Latest reports suggest that Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford has confirmed that their studio has next-gen projects under development, which will be announced in the near future.
There's increased rumblings that both Microsoft and Sony might be ready to
launch new video game systems in 2013. And that Nintendo's Wii U might be
hitting stores Nov. 18. "Madden NFL 13" (for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, $59.95) swapped out
the booth announcers, switched to a more classic presentation, overhauled
the menu system and crafted a comprehensive Connected Career mode.

Monday, August 27, 2012

Gamers News

DICE Quadruples Official Battlefield 3 Servers For Xbox 360, PS3
GamerFront If you've been upset about the lack of official servers when playing
Battlefield 3 on your Xbox 360 or PS3, then you'll be happy to hear that
DICE has been listening. Over the weekend the company announced that they
would be adding more servers Is Grand Theft Auto V Being Delayed Until Xbox 720 and Playstation 4 Release?
Tapscape In fact, it might do Rockstar some good to come up with a deal with either
Sony or Microsoft and Grand Theft Auto V could end up being a launch title
for either the Xbox 720 or the Playstation 4
Heads up Max Payne 3 gamers, if you play the game on your console like the
Xbox 360 or the PlayStation 3, you might be interested to learn that a new
Title Update is now live for both consoles.