Wii 2 in 2010:
It’s something that we all knew was inevitable. Back in 2007 everyone’s favorite industry analyst and rumor monger, Michael Pachter, announced that he believed a HD-enabled Wii 2 would be on store shelves within a couple of years. The rumors were exacerbated further in 2008 with Nintendo’s Global President, . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: Wii 2 in 2010, New Grand Theft Auto Teased, Batman: Arkham Asylum Sequel
Disclaimer: Rumor Killers is a speculative opinion piece and is by no means intended to disclose as fact whether a rumor is true or false – even though the Rumor Killers team are usually right (usually…)
Killzone 3 next year?
Somewhat predictably, strong rumors of a new Killzone game have finally emerged via . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: Killzone 3 in 2010. Tales of Vesperia Sequel, Xbox Live Price Hike
With the PSP Go’s distinctly anticlimactic release, there have been many rumors floating around regards the direction of Sony’s troubled handheld wonder. So for this week’s Rumor Killers, Jennifer Allen decided to round up the best PSP-related rumors and determine just how plausible they really are. Here’s a Rumor Killers PSP Special
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Wii Price Cut Imminent?
It’s getting to that slightly crazy time of year when what feels like hundreds of quality games arrive to tempt us in the run-up to Christmas, and the three platform holders find new ways of enticing us to purchase their goods. This week, it’s the turn of . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: Wii Price Cut, New Suikoden, Frank West in Tatsunoko vs Capcom
Final Fantasy XIII DLC?
It may not even be completed yet, but Square Enix is already discussing the possibilities of additional DLC (downloadable content) being offered on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. In an interview over at RPGSite, Yoshinori Kitase, Final Fantasy XIII’s producer, mentioned that they are ‘exploring’ the possibility . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: FFXIII DLC, PS3 Slim Bundles, 250gb 360 bundle
Starcraft 2 LAN support?
Earlier in the year, Blizzard’s vice president of game design managed to seriously annoy Starcraft‘s legion of fans by announcing that Starcraft II would have no local area network (LAN) support. For many titles this wouldn’t be a very big problem thanks to the draw of online . . . → Read More: Rumor Killers: Starcraft 2 LAN, Pay to Play 1 vs 100, Fresnadillo for BioShock Movie