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A few new games to look out for…

Well, as you all know very well, it is the time of year again that most game developers release their latest and greatest games into the wide world of gaming! This year, well at least for me, is very special, as a list of games that are sure to astonish many people.  This long list of games to be released before Christmas include –

Out Now –Rock Band: Beatles Edition( Wii, Playstation 3, xbox 360)

Out Now – Batman: Arkham Asylum(Playstation 3, xbox 360)

September 16- Guitar Hero 5 ( Wii, Playstation 3, Playstation 2, xbox 360)

September 22 – Halo 3: ODST( xbox 360)

September 24 –Need for Speed : Shift (Playstation 3, xbox 360)

October 15-Metroid Prime Trilogy ( Wii)

October 28 –DJ Hero ( Wii, xbox 360, Playstation 3)

October 29- Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City ( xbox 360, Playstation 3)

November 10 -Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 ( PC, Playstation 3, xbox 360)

November 19- Assassins Creed 2 (PC, xbox 360, Playstation 3)

Late November (TBC) -Left 4 Dead 2 ( xbox 360, PC)

Late November (TBC)- New Super Mario Bros. Wii ( Wii)

That is just a few of the games to be released before the end of 2009. If you consider yourself to be an avid gamer, I would definitely recommend purchasing Left 4 Dead 2, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and finally Assassins Creed 2. All of these games are sure to amaze, and have been long awaited  by many gamers.

Keep on the look-out for these games, as they will be arriving very soon.   Personally, I can’t wait for these games to hit the shelves!



Sony gets stingy with Network downloads

The PlayStation3 boasts it’s amazing graphics, great gameplay, built in Blu-ray player, HD games and interactive (and free) downloads. Almost.

As we know, Sony’s PS3 is known for its wide range of free online or downloadable gaming content, unlike Microsoft, which forces users to pay for online game play via the Xbox Live subscription service. One of the few notable advantages of the PS3, Sony recently announced that they have to pay a whopping(!) $0.16 per gigabyte downloaded.

Sony has decided to resolve this problem by sending a message out to all of their loyal publishers, warning them it’s detrimental affects on Sir Stringer’s salary, thus supposedly encouraging those publishers to re-think their decisions on how many products they produce and publish.

This is going to end up having detrimental effects on PlayStation3 users in the long run, as many smaller, independent publishers will be less likely to research and develop free content.

Come on Sony, don’t be so stingy! – o.

This Week In Gaming: Left 4 Dead

Left 4 Dead


Platforms: PC , Xbox 360

Genre:  FPS , Zombies , Horror

Developers:  Turtle Rock Studios ,  Valve, Certain A

Engine: Source

Classification : MA15+
Left 4 dead tells the story of four ( hence the name ) survivors in a city , where a virus has spread , turning people into zombies. You must go through houses , apartments , hospitals , alleys and more to reach the safe house. Although there are many games similar to this on the market , nothing matches up to the graphics display, game play and horror of this game. Many other horror games have well anticipated story lines and characters that you are sure will be in there , however left 4 dead has taken a whole different view on horror games as a whole.

Designed by the makers of Counterstrike : Source and Half Life 2 , this game had a repuation of high rated games to live up to , and it did. Apon its release on 12th December 2008 , it was an instant hit , with thousands of people hitting the shops to get them selves a copy.This game, although being extremely scary, it is incredibly fun , and the developers have pulled off one hell of a game.Another great feature of this game is that it runs on steam , which gives you easier access to online gaming with friends, or on your own.

Left 4 Dead is an instant classic and is fun for all gamers.


This Week In Gaming: Guitar Hero World Tour


Guitar Hero: World Tour


Developer:Vicarious Visions, Redoctane, Neversoft


Platforms: Playstation 2, Playstation 3, Wii, Xbox 360

Classification: PG

Guitar Hero: World Tour is the fourth game in the Guitar Hero series. This series has been a hit selling over 23 million copies world wide and making over 1.6 billion dollars in retail sales. This game, like the other three in the series, has been acclaimed by both critics and players. It is the perfect game for a bunch of friends or playing by your self in single player career mode.

Although the this game is like all the others (a guitar simulator style game where you play to many popular songs) world tour has introduced a new way of playing guitar hero. The developers have added drums and a microphone to the game. This way you are able to sing, drum or strum to your favorite songs, thus having the ability to create and perform in a virtual band with a few of your friends. Another addition to GH4 is the ‘Bass Guitar’ feature used while playing Guitar, where you are able to play the bass part to the song of your choice. The song list varies in styles of music (from alternative to heavy metal), but there are plenty of different genres to match your taste. Using an online store (dependent on your console), you are able to also download hundreds of other songs onto your hard drive.

List of songs, gallery and rest of review follow after the break.
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