Archive:  June, 2011

By Anthony DeVirgilis, June 25, 2011 Microsoft, News, PC, Sony

Splash Damage and Bethesda have announced that the DLC for Brink will be available in early July and for FREE for the first two weeks!!!  The pack will bring new maps, abilities, character customization options and weapon attachments to Brink, while also… Read More »

By Ryno, June 23, 2011 Microsoft, News, Nintendo, Sony

Today is 20th birthday of the worlds most famous hedgehog, Sonic.  To celebrate this great news SEGA is releasing the Sonic Generations demo for both PS3 and Xbox 360. This game has two very different hedgehogs to play with.  It… Read More »

By getamikeON, June 23, 2011 News, PC

It looks like all the fans waiting for a copy of  LA Noire to hit the PC should be happy now, its officially been confirmed. The PC version of LA Noire has been developed by Rockstar Leeds, and its said… Read More »

By Ryno, June 23, 2011 News, Nintendo

Today Nintendo brings us a downloadable version of the Stratego board game.  They also come with a new hidden picture game for the WiiWare and the Game Boy version of Tennis for the 3DS Virtual Console. Wii WiiWare The Mystery… Read More »

By Ryno, June 22, 2011 Deals Of The Week, Microsoft, News

Today’s update includes a game developed by Double Fine called Trenched and the Duke Nukem Forever demo. Also Popcap games are on sale this week as well. Trenched – 1200 MS Points   Deals of the Week Popcap Games Plants… Read More »

By Ryno, June 22, 2011 News, Nintendo

Just a reminder that Club Nintendo’s year for becoming a Platinum Member expires on June 30. If you haven’t done so already, make sure you register those codes that come with every Nintendo title you purchase to get extremely cool… Read More »

By Anthony DeVirgilis, June 21, 2011 News, PC

Joining the world of Free-to-play MMO’s along with Lord of the Rings Online and Dungeons & Dragons Online, LEGO universe will offer two adventure zones and one building area to create your own structures in.  Unlike other free-to-play, the only… Read More »