274w ago - Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) today announced PSN game 'CRASH COMMANDO' for PAL territories. The game combines a wicked sense of humor with uber-violent Commando-style gameplay.
In multiplayer mode, up to 12 players can battle on any map simultaneously, either online or offline with A.I.-controlled BOTs. The game is set to hit the PSN this December.
Press Release: Take classic, addictive sideways scrolling gameplay, add to it the firepower of PLAYSTATION¬®3 (PS3™) and PLAYSTATION¬®Network and sprinkle with a new development team with a rich heritage in online shooters and out blasts CRASH COMMANDO™ from Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) for PAL territories.
Developed by EPOS (Entertainment Products of Sweden) - formed by two of the founding members of DICE, the company behind the internationally renowned 'Battlefield' series and published by SCEE, Crash Commando will be available exclusively as a download from PLAYSTATION Network, easily accessible and doesn't require hours of practice in order to compete. Combining a wicked sense of humour with uber-violent Commando-style gameplay, Crash Commando is an adrenaline fix for new and old school gamers.
Fun and frenzied multiplayer action means the hilarious action never slows down. Up to 12 players can...
283w ago - According to donkey show of NeoGAF, a scan of what is claimed to be the cover of Nintendo Power's 20th Anniversary Issue states that it will be offering the first look at Sonic and the Black Knight. The cover also states the game will be a Wii exclusive.
Nintendo Power recently set the rumor mill in motion with clues about the games they will be revealing in their 20th Anniversary Issue. Nintendo Power offered the following clues:
"We're kicking off the next 20 years of Nintendo Power with more big reveals, including a top-secret cover story fit for a king. Its got a lot of heart. Just kidding. Its Mother 3. Just kidding. Please look forward to it."
295w ago - Word has begun spreading around, originating from Next-Gen.Biz, about Infinity Ward potentially looking to secure exclusive development of the Call of Duty franchise.
As many CoD fans should know, the games were originally spearheaded by the gang at Infinity Ward, as the first two games were developed by the team. Following CoD2, Treyarch took the responsibilities of CoD3, in addition to a few spin-offs, while Infinity Ward began work on Call of Duty 4.
Well, after enormous critical acclaim, absurdly huge sales, and a welcomed breath of fresh air, Activision had decided to let Treyarch work on Call of Duty 5. Moreover, they'll be taking the series back to the beaten-deader-than-a-dead-horse World War II scenario. This decision has been met with a lot of anger, seeing as how CoD3 is widely regarded to be the worst of the series, and Treyarch was behind it.
Now that you've been caught up with the drama, let's get back to the topic at hand. This rumor of I.W. attempting to secure exclusivity allegedly comes from a former Activision employee, someone from the recently closed Foster City/Underground studio.
Why could this have credence? Well, apparently, the reason why Activision had shut down their Underground Studio (formerly Z-Axis), is because after they finished Enemy Territory:...