But Sony hasn't confirmed any of those games for E3 yet, well Killzone 3, sure. But the rest are unconfirmed FOR E3. And Infamous 2 is unconfirmed completely, though surely in the works.
Someone better tell Sega they're not the ones that made the first two Shenmue games anymore.
It's fewer systems than the first one. Force Unleased 1 came out for the PS2 and PSP too.
Me too. I can't wait to dual-wield lightsabers while flinging Force Lightning everywhere.
Did anyone even read the press release? EA doesn't own Respawn, Zampella and West do. EA is just the publisher. Striking out on your own after being fired from another company isn't against any laws and would be illegal if placed in an employment contract.
But Call of Duty 7 doesn't have any other name besides Call of Duty 7 right now. I guess you could call it the "seventh Call of Duty game", but that seems a little wordy.
It really is embarassing how long it took. But I'm glad to see Microsoft finally did the right thing.
I can afford $40 for a new game. I can't afford $340 for a new game.
As someone who only owns an Xbox 360/Wii, this news really saddens me. I love the art style and the words "Zelda-inspired" automatically make every game better.
This article is a bunch of crap. Ubisoft has already confirmed the game is coming to the PC and PS3. http://www.gamingtarget.com...
This is EA's official Super Bowl simulation (for which they used the Xbox 360 version). The article you linked to was for IGN's simulation, which didn't specify what platform they used.
Get Punch-Out!! It's fantastic. But Mr. Sandman is kicking my ass.
The US gets the beta on May 25.
Yakuza 3 - No American release date, no rumored release date Free Realms - No PS3 release date, no rumored release date announced Ratchet and Clank sequeal - Currently unannounced war devil - No release date, no rumored release date None of those games qualify for an article of "2009 releases."
The first article quoted November NPD (America-only) data and the second used Sony's worldwide sales figures. Both are correct and I guess that would make you the idiot.
That's ridiculous. The announcement for the second part of the series (pro-PS3/anti-Xbox360) was included at the top of anti-PS3/pro-Xbox 360 articles of the first part.
You know that Attach Rate is only important for the console manufacturers to brag about right? Developers and publishers care about how many total copies are sold, and in that statistic, Nintendo blows the PS3 away.
With Hancock apparently being a big dud, giving Men in Black another look might be a good idea.
"I'm not calling the Wii a bad console I'm just saying as a whole their game library lacks in appeal." And I'm saying that sales numbers do not bore out that opinion. You're right, numbers can be manipulated, and that has happened often in this console war. But that is not what's happening here. Look at the VGChartz listings for US sales between the Wii, PS3 and Xbox 360. For the Wii... Dragonball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 is at numb...
OK fine. In 29 months, 36 titles have sold more than a million copies worldwide on the Xbox 360. (monthly average = 1.2) In 17 months, 25 titles have sold more than a million copies worldwide on the Wii. (monthly average = 1.5) In 17 months, 12 titles have sold more than a million copies worldwide on the PS3. (monthly average = 0.7) While none of the consoles are doing bad, the numbers clearly show the *PS3* software sales underperfo...
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