Another week has come and gone and only the gaming news remains. Continue reading to see all that happened last week…
Game of Thrones Social Game Announced
DISRUPTOR BEAM PARTNERS WITH HBO® & GEORGE R.R. MARTIN ON UPCOMING GAME OF THRONES SOCIAL GAME
Game of Thrones Ascent to Bring the Story of the Hugely Popular HBO Series to Fans on Facebook for the First Time!
May 21, 2012 (Boston, MA) — Disruptor Beam, a game company that brings together fan communities and online games, has today announced a license from HBO Global Licensing to produce a new social game based on the Emmy® and Golden Globe®-winning series Game of Thrones. Game of Thrones Ascent, a story-driven game that will bring the fantasy world to life for millions of people, is currently in development by Disruptor Beam for future release on Facebook. Fans can follow the progress of the game and receive updates related to its development, including learning how to participate in the upcoming beta program, by visiting Disruptor Beam’s website at http://www.disruptorbeam.com.
Click here to read more from the official press release…
DmC Devil May Cry Release Date Announced
Ever since Call of Duty‘s release date was announced, there has been an increase in the number of titles being announced that have pushed their release dates back. Capcom announced today that it would release “[DmC Devil May Cry] for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on January 15, 2013 in North America and Europe. In addition, PC gamers will also be able to experience the title with a Windows PC version whose development is well underway and scheduled for release later in 2013″. Personally, I think this might be a smart move but let’s not hope that the start of 2013 isn’t going to be a crowded one for gamers.
Marvel Heroes Trailer
Super Monkey Ball Banana Splitz™ Bounces Exclusively to the Playstation Vita this October
Everyone’s favorite monkey heads to the Vita later this year! With “more than 100 stages of puzzle mayhem and eight mini-games…as well as a full complement of Vita-specific features that take advantage of the powerful handheld console. Tilt control functionality allows gamers to step inside the Monkey Ball and negotiate the game world using motion control, while the PS Vita’s camera can be used to capture real-world objects to create custom stages within the game”. Add on online multiplayer and global leaderboards and this might be an exclusive that might bring the forgotten handheld back to life. (Cause honestly, I haven’t heard anything about it since it launched.) For more information, please visit http://www.sega.com/supermonkeyball/ or www.facebook.com/sega.
THREE TRACKS FROM BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE HEADED TO ROCK BAND
Available on Xbox 360, Wii and PlayStation®3 system (May 29th, 2012):
- Bullet For My Valentine – “Tears Don’t Fall”
- Bullet For My Valentine – “Scream Aim Fire”
- Bullet For My Valentine – “Your Betrayal” X
- (These tracks will be available in Europe on PlayStation®3 system May 30th)
Tracks marked with “X” will offer Pro Guitar and Pro Bass expansions for $0.99 per song; tracks marked with “O” feature support for keyboards.
Price: $5.49 (440 Microsoft Points™, 550 Wii Points™) for “Bullet For My Valentine Pack 01”
$1.99 USD (160 Microsoft Points™, 200 Wii Points™) per song
$0.99 USD (80 Microsoft Points™, 100 Wii Points™) per song for eligible Pro Guitar/Pro Bass upgrade
RESIDENT EVIL: CHRONICLES HD COLLECTION COMES TO PLAYSTATION MOVE ON JUNE 26TH
Resident Evil: Chronicles HD Collection will be available to purchase from the PlayStation Store on June 26th in North America for $26.99. The collection features previously released Resident Evil titles – Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles and Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles, which have been remastered for the PlayStation 3 with stunning HD graphics and PlayStation Move compatibility. The titles will also be available to purchase separately for $14.99 each from the PlayStation Store starting July 17th.
IN A STATION OF THE METRO, APPARITION OF A FACE
A disused Metro station in Paris has been transformed into an advertisement for Ridley Scott’s film Prometheus. The centerpiece is an eerie carved stone head, which also features prominently in the film’s poster. The film will have certain things in common with those of Scott’s Alien series (“strands of DNA,” as Scott has described it), but Prometheus is not, as originally conceived, a prequel to those films. Read more…