268w ago - In a brief email today, publisher Activision gave a revised release date of April 10 for the Xbox 360 version of its upcoming Call of Duty 4 Variety Map Pack. The release of the map pack was originally scheduled for April 3.
Set to cost 800 Microsoft Points ($10), the map pack includes four new multiplayer maps, namely Creek, Broadcast, Chinatown and Killhouse. Alongside the confirmation of a release date, Activision sent over a new batch of screenshots from each of the aforementioned maps.
Call of Duty 4 Variety Map Pack Screenshots, showing 4 of them!
268w ago - Sketchy details emerged early last week about the possibility of yet another version of Resident Evil 4 being readied for the marketplace.
Following the success of the game on the GameCube, PlayStation 2, PC and Wii, if the source was to be believed then there is yet another iteration in the works for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, called 'Resident Evil 4: Classic Edition'. But is this truth or nothing more than an elaborate April Fools' joke?
According to Web site 'The Horror is Alive', this is definitely the truth and nothing but the truth, with Capcom eager to squeeze even more sales out of the highly rated entry into the popular Resident Evil franchise. But rather than merely porting any of the previous editions, it seems Capcom will be pouring even more than before into this next generation update. The original entry on the website states:
"I was sent this goody by a friend who works at Capcom's San Fransisco building. He spied an artist working on what appeared to be boxart for an upcoming port of Resident Evil 4 for the XBOX 360 and PS3 entitled "Resident Evil 4 Classic Edition". Details are sketchy, but from what my contact could gather, the game will feature Hunk more than before. When pressed further, they said Hunk would be getting his own story-campaign, similar...
269w ago - Rockstar has given Grand Theft Auto 4 a simultaneous worldwide release for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles on April 29th, 2008. The latest trailer showing CGI and in-game footage was revealed today.
Want to know how many hours of gameplay are in the action-adventure game? Jeronimo Barrera, a senior developer at Rockstar, says it takes testers playing 4 hours a day "a good 2 weeks to get through the whole single-player game." So if they are playing a full week that's about 56 hours total!
Take a look at the "Everyone's A Rat" trailer below: