Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood was launched a mere week ago, but the title has already gone on to become a massive hit. Selling a million copies in its first week, the game has become Ubisoft’s fastest-selling game in the European territories. The AC games in total have sold in excess of 20 million games. But Ubisoft isn’t resting on its laurels just yet.
Being the ultimate fusion of Gradius, 360 side-scrolling fun, and boobs, Konami’s Otomedius Excellent has been dismayingly delayed in the Land of the Rising Sun.
After doing a great job with their first downloadable title, Costume Quest (and even putting out DLC for it), Double Fine now reveals the second in the series; Stacking.
Kinect’s already churned out some neato user-created stuff, but instead of releasing the hounds with bees in their mouths, Microsoft have done a nice 180° turn and are now condoning Kinect open-source projects.
Not content with hogging all of the Fab Four to itself, The Beatles: Rock Band is letting John Lennon go over to the main iteration, Rock Band 3. Lennon’s album “Imagine” will be joining the on-disc title track on Tuesday, November 23rd. Track list under the cut!
With the event of Power Gig‘s failure, developers Seven45 have planned to “restructure” their company.
MIT man Philip Robbel has hacked a Kinect sensor and enabled a little robot dude to not only be aware its surroundings, but by using Kinect’s neato technology, detect humans.
We’d previously touched on the fact that Kinect is getting a kind-of-but-not-really Panzer Dragoon title from series creator Yukio Futatsugi. Famitsu has revealed what we hope to be a couple of in-game shots. CAUTION: HERE BE DRAGONS.
This guy’s playing Move’s Sports Champion and Kinect’s Dance Central simultaneously. That’s a lot of motion controllin’.