Square-Enix and developer Eidos Montreal have just popped out a new trailer for the forthcoming and rather enhanced version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution on Wii U. The trailer for Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut showcases the improved visuals, the retooled boss encounters, The Missing Link DLC and the neural hub; a brand new interface unique to the Wii U version of the game which allows easy access to [...]
We’re coming up to the end of things here and while I am depressed beyond belief that Rock Band will be ending DLC in a little over a week, I can finally rest well knowing that my five years of requesting Chevelle have finally paid off. Shame it wasn’t a week earlier to celebrate my birthday. I WILL make it known, however, that Harmonix calling it “Chevelle Pack 01” when [...]
According to a listing on Amazon, it looks like the Wii U will be receiving a souped-up version of 2011′s cyberpunk action RPG Deus Ex: Human Revolution on May 7th. Titled Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut, the Wii U version of the game looks to pack in the Missing Link DLC that was released alongside other additional content and use of the Gamepad as a “neural hub”. The full product listing can [...]
The process of releasing each song previously packaged with Rock Band Blitz as standalone DLC has been tedious in my opinion, but the process will cease when the final bunch is released on the 19th of March, which includes Shout by Tears For Fears, Diamond Eyes by Deft—I mean, Shinedown, and the “I just shot Marvin in the face” song. Check out the full details, as well as RBN details, [...]
Now I know what this looks like. We’ve already been burned burn Major Nelson for having this Scott Pilgrim add-on announced and never coming to light, twice. This time it’s different, I swear! Wanna know why? Look after the jump and I will explain. Not enough for you? What if I said there was a trailer now?
Wow, Harmonix just keeps dealing the blows. First Rock Band axes their weekly DLC, something that has been continuous for the past 278 weeks and now they are ending their Dance Central DLC. The reasoning given for the sudden stop of DLC for their games is that “the talented developers who make this content are needed on other projects.” While I don’t doubt that that is one of the reasons [...]
I may be in the middle of a move right now, but with only three original Rock Band DLC releases until the end of the world end of scheduled weekly DLC, I’m sure as hell not missing out on posting these so I ran on up to Walmart to jump on one of their display PCs to get filthy looks and post about Rock Band. You’re welcome. Maybe I should’ve [...]
The official Tomb Raider blog announced today new DLC, coming first exclusively to Xbox Live. The Caves and Cliffs Multiplayer Map Pack contains 3 new maps each playable in all four game modes. Like the title indicates the maps included are full of Caves and Cliffs: Scavenger Caverns, Cliff Shantytown and The Burning Village. The DLC launches March 19th for 400 Microsoft points. Dates for the PC and PS3 release haven’t been announced yet.
The final DLC expansion for Battlefield 3, titled Endgame, allows players to get to grips with a whole bunch of new vehicles, a quartet of new maps and two gameplay modes; Capture the Flag and Air Superiority. Probably the best thing of all that Endgame brings to the table are the dirtbikes; hugely zippy scrambler things that allow two players to dart about the map at speed and with bespoke [...]
Some of us are still reeling over the news this week that Rock Band is ending it’s weekly DLC releases. Part of me still wishes it were some horrible joke, but I know that’s not the cast. Hopefully the game at least goes out in style, right? You know, the weeks that we aren’t stuck with Rock Band Blitz re-hashes… Get all the info on this week’s releases, including a [...]