It seems Sony has once again disappointed its users. Rumors were confirmed today when a Sony spokesperson confirmed that the company’s PlayStation network will be down until at least May 31, 2011. There was much anticipation about PSN being back online this week. But according to Sony testing has revealed the need for further security . . . → Read More: Sony Hack Still Delays Play, Xbox Live Claims To Save The Day
We all know that Mass Effect 3 was inevitable after the success of the first two games. Given that Bioware have stated many times in the past that Mass Effect will be a trilogy, it should come as no surprise. What we don’t know is when the concluding part of the trilogy will be unleashed . . . → Read More: Rumour: Mass Effect 3 Dated for November this year?
Fallout from the earthquake in Japan last week has had an affect on many industries, including the video gaming industry according to Kotaku and others. Some games have been canceled completely others have been simply the been delayed.
Reportedly heavily anticipated titles such as Motorstorm: Apocalypse and Yakusa4 have been delayed indefinitely. Others, such as . . . → Read More: Earthquake shakes up Video Game industry
Parks Associates: Nearly two-thirds of U.S. broadband households with a next-gen game console have connected it to Internet
Multimedia content, such as Netflix streaming services, and popular games with online components, such as Call of Duty and Madden NFL, are driving households to connect their game consoles and creating a new foundation for future . . . → Read More: PS3 and Xbox 360 users are online more often than Wii users
Last week THQ pulled the rug from underneath players currently in the open beta for Company of Heroes On-line by abruptly saying that the testing period will end in March because it “evaluates the next steps for the Company of Heroes series”. Developer Relic then confirmed that each one player data could be wiped following . . . → Read More: Company of Heroes Online Tanks
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