The lights are on
Today Activision announced that downloadable map packs for the various
Call of Duty games have surpassed 20 million units sold this generation.
The developers over at NaturalMotion Games are putting out an update for Backbreaker to help improve the title with fixes and new features.
We've known that DLC was in the works for THQ's Metro 2033 for a while
now, but the release time frame has remained hazy. Now we know that the
Ranger Pack DLC will be out next week.
Consider yourself a Trials HD aficionado? If you are particularly dedicated to the masochistic title, the Trials HD Big Thrills Track Creator Challenge may be worth your time and attention.
Apparently it's been a long time since a new 2D Worms game has appeared
on PC. Now Worms Reloaded is going to end the dry spell on August 26.
New studio formed by Starbreeze and DICE vets debut new downloadable action/puzzle title on Steam
The new subterranean adventure will be available this August.
Which downloadable games do you want, and how much will they cost? And what do the trailers for those games look like? We answer these and other pressing questions within.
Over on PlayStation.Blog, Ubisoft's Michael Micholic has posted audio
clips from Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Video Game.
Do you have a dollar? Then you’ve got a great game to play.
After Plants vs. Zombies has been out on PC for over a year, the Jackson estate finally got around to threatening developer PopCap over the "dancing zombie" and the character has been replaced in the latest update to the iPhone edition of the game.
This puzzle interpretation of the classic Castlevania: Symphony of the
Night just came out on iPhone and iPod touch. But is it worth your five
bucks? Game Informer goes hands-on to find out.