The GTA series has been known to incorporate humorous businesses, radio shows, and characters into their game worlds. A first spotting of some of the possible inclusions in the unannounced but assumed fifth iteration of the sandbox franchise has found several of these for Grand Theft Auto V in the form of newly acquired domain names.
Crysis 2 is just under a month away from worldwide release, and it was just announced that the game will not feature EA's Online Pass. What this means, is that if you happen to buy Crysis 2 used you won't have to pay the access fee for the online portion of the game.
Bulletstorm was released earlier in the week and the first DLC for the first person shooter has been announced. The combo shooting action is fun and addictive for sure, and to make sure you don't run out of maps to play People Can Fly are going to be releasing the DLC this Spring.
Microsoft announced earlier in the week that a non-commercial Kinect for Windows software development kit from the company would be coming in the Spring. Microsoft's intent with the SDK "starter kit" is to make it easier for academic research and enthusiast communities to create better experiences using the technology.
The story that was posted earlier today with the countdown styled in the Modern Warfare 3 graphic, and the dog tags that were sent out to press, was all an elaborate hoax? Just a short time ago Geoff Keighly of GTTV did some digging and contacted Activision for clarification on the rumor.
Sure Killzone 3 has only been out for a couple of days but fans of the game are already clamoring for more content. The simply put, "fantastic" multiplayer suite that Killzone 3 offers is about to get even better with the upcoming release of "Steel Rain".