|42%||Journey 2: The Mysterious Island||$27.6M|
|57%||Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (in 3D)||$23.0M|
|64%||The Woman in Black||$10.3M|
If it’s one thing I absolutely hate about this generation of gaming, it’s the clear obsession to the Call of Duty franchise, blocking many gamers from actually taking any other viable games/franchises seriously and destroying everyone’s individual interest in a large variety of game genres now (something that was well valued last generation in gaming) Now it’s all about the first person shooter, and I’m so damn happy to see this horrible industry obsession going away, Call of Duty is finally dying!
Twisted metal is being released in under a week in the U.S so Eat Sleep Play has announced the full trophy list, so you trophy whores (mango) can get ready and get that platinum. Check out the full list after the jump.
BioWare have released four new videos for Mass Effect 3 that shows various gameplay footage.
Video 1 Build A Customisable Arsenal – this video shows customisable armour and weapon elements of the single player campaign. It also shows of the main menu and statistics of all the armour and weapons.
Check out video 2, 3 & 4 after the jump.
You may have seen the update notes for the latest PS3 update v4.10, which includes a seriously nice, new Internet Browser performance update, but what you may have not heard is that the Dropbox Website now works with your PlayStation 3 as a result of the Internet Browser revamp!
That’s right, now you are able to download virtually any media file directly from your Dropbox account onto your PlayStation 3 now, no more pesky USB drives, or memory sticks needed! The PS3 does have some freezing issues though, when trying to upload a file to the Dropbox.
You can use this for music, movies, and some other things also, heck, maybe the Vita will also have this type of support for Dropbox too!
Top 5 Featured Content For This Week
- Jak & Daxter Collection Games
- Gotham City Imposters Full Game/Demo
- Uncharted 3 Multiplayer Add-Ons
- Catherine – Full Length Downloadable Game
- PS PLUS – Final Fantasy V (PS One Classic) Free
Article by – GameCritic
The PlayStation and its games are growing up with a certain generation, thats why a lot of youth have come into gaming and latched onto XBOX because its the newest console contender on the block just like so many loyal fans left Sega and the Saturn for PlayStation. Yea we all started with Mario and Sonic, but we were really raised on PlayStation. I think most of us are all fairly around the same age give or take a few years but we are generation PlayStation. Where now all these little 12 – 15 years who started on Jak and ratchet have now been converted to the XBOX generation, because all they know how to do is fucking point a gun and want to shoot kill shoot kill… (Read the rest after the jump)
IGN. The PS3 trophy list isn’t confirmed, but odds are it will be similar. You’ll find the entire list with possible story spoilers after the jump. Mass Effect 3 will be available on March 6th for the PS3, 360 and PC. Read more
EA has released some very decent sales numbers for their games very recently, two of which has hit 10 million in sales in a very short amount of time.
The first game is made by EA’s DICE – Battlefield 3 , which released in late October and has sold a whopping 10 million games in just 3 short months, leaps and bounds above past games in the series, and starting to give the top FPS in the game right now, Modern Warfare 3, a run for their money (which has a little over 30 million sales to put into perspective). Quite honestly, I think DICE deserves these sales, they are a seriously excellent studio in my opinion.
FIFA 12 didn’t do so bad either! It released in September and now has over 10 million in sales, making it the fastest selling sports title to date!
EA also announced Madden hitting over 5 million sales and its Origin web service hitting over 9 million users.
It’s nice to see the video games industry getting ever more popular year by year!
It’s finally coming, the Wii U will feature a full online system called the ‘Nintendo Network.’ The “Nintendo Network,” will cover “competitions and communication among users, as well as the sales of digital content,” Iwata said, for both 3DS and Wii U. Elements, like the “Community” building functionality, have already been implemented in Mario Kart 7.
For the Wii U, the Nintendo Network will support multiple personal user accounts per system, finally ending Nintendo’s insistence on tying software purchases to a single system.