New 2K bundle includes Borderlands 2, Spec Ops, and Mafia II for $30

By: Eddie Makuch Ahead of the holiday shopping season, 2K Games today announced four new $30 bundles that pack in some of the publisher’s biggest titles at a budget price. The Rogues and Outlaws Collection (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3), available only at Wal-Mart, features Borderlands 2, Spec Ops: The Line, and Mafia II. The 2K Essentials Collection (Xbox 360, PS3) includes BioShock, Borderlands, and XCOM: … Continue reading New 2K bundle includes Borderlands 2, Spec Ops, and Mafia II for $30

Take-Two hints at Red Dead Redemption 

By: Eddie Makuch During a recent earnings call, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick teased a sequel to 2010’s critically acclaimed Red Dead Redemption , saying he believes the game has the potential to be a “permanent” franchise, similar to the James Bond series. “It’s been our goal not just to preserve and grow the Grand Theft Auto franchise, but also to build other franchises that we think … Continue reading Take-Two hints at Red Dead Redemption 

Assassin’s Creed 2 The Most Platinum’d PS3 Game Ever

Sony has revealed the ten games which have been platinum trophied the most, since trophies launched during system update 2.40 in the middle of 2008. Despite there being plenty of games which offer easy platinum trophies, Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed II is the game which has seen gamers achieve the maximum the most times. Second on the list was Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. The … Continue reading Assassin’s Creed 2 The Most Platinum’d PS3 Game Ever

Are JRPGs dead? Final Fantasy XIII creates a rift in fan opinion. JRPGs suffer an identity crisis

By PSM3 UK Over ten million people own a copy of FFVII. Released in 1997, Square’s iconic RPG is still regarded with reverence by RPG die hards and casual players alike. FFVII sold 2.3 million copies in its first three days on sale in Japan alone. To put this in perspective, Metal Gear Solid 4 sold 77,000 copies in its first week, growing to 5 … Continue reading Are JRPGs dead? Final Fantasy XIII creates a rift in fan opinion. JRPGs suffer an identity crisis