Extra! Extra! Titulares – Febrero/9/2011

Call of Duty: Black Ops, el primer DLC (First Strike) llega el 3 de marzo – PlayStation Blog – The wait is nearly over! Treyarch and Activision are happy to announce that the Call of Duty: Black Ops First Strike Content Pack launches worldwide for the PS3 on March 3rd, 2011. Battle it out in four all-new multiplayer maps including Berlin Wall, Discovery, Stadium, and Kowloon. Expand the cooperative fight for survival in Ascension, the latest chapter within the terrifying Zombies saga… [seguir leyendo]

Activision, no Guitar Hero ni DJ Hero en el 2011 (tal vez nunca más) – Joystiq – The grim fates of True Crime and whatever installment of the Guitar Hero series that was in development are known — but what about Activision’s other perennial franchises? A few (equally grim) details surfaced during Activision’s investor’s call today, during which COO Thomas Tippl explained, “We will release no new music or skateboarding games” during the current calendar year… [seguir leyendo]

Magic: The Gathering, Castlevania: Lord of Shadow y otras cosas llegan a Home esta semana – PlayStation Blog – This Thursday, February 10th marks the introduction of one of the most popular games of all time into the ever-evolving world of PlayStation Home. The Magic: The Gathering game space is a modern castle filled with six mini-games that unlock various rewards. This visually-dazzling location is packed with Magic: The Gathering content – from Duels of the Planeswalkers’ leaderboards to battling holograms and more… [seguir leyendo]

PlayStation Move Heroes, nuevo trailer – PlayStation Blog – Well, this is it. Your first glimpse at what happens when six iconic characters finally come together. PlayStation Move Heroes unites Ratchet, Clank, Jak, Daxter, Sly and Bentley for a new adventure. This trailer does a great job hinting at the story, I don’t want to say anything more about what’s in store for our favorite heroes… [seguir leyendo]

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REVIEW: Stacking (4.5/5) – Joystiq – Double Fine has finally shaken off its chronic case of “If Only.” As in, “Costume Quest is adorable, if only the combat wasn’t so repetitive,” or, “Brütal Legend is such a fun world, if only the mechanics worked better”… [seguir leyendo]

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