It’s fair to say that Battlefield 3 has done extremely well in terms of sales for the past few weeks, selling more than some games manage to in a lifetime. Having just topped the 8 million mark, what now?
An apparent update to the Nintendo 3DS will be arriving just in time for Christmas. The new update is said to be bringing 3D-recording capabilties and access to Hulu, as well as many more features.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, released ealier this month, finished last week still at the top spot, giving Modern Warfare 3 three weeks at number one in the UK gaming chart in total.
Microsoft have announced that they’ll be refunding Xbox Live subscribers who were affected by the hackers, who are thought to have downloaded content that was then exchanged for real money.
The PS Vita is among the most anticipated handheld games consoles for early 2012, and we’ve got some screenshots of F1 2011, which were released by game developer Codemasters.
After a very bumpy road this past week it seems that Call of Duty Elite, the new subscription based service from Activision, is nearly 100 percent operational.
The PlayStation Move is relatively unknown, compared to the Microsoft Kinect, but with sales slowly catching up to the popular motion-sensing peripheral Sony could be in with a chance to out-perform the Kinect for the first time.
It’s time guys, the Microsoft Kinect will be arriving for PC sometime in early 2012.
Nintendo US boss Reggie Fils-Aime has recently confirmed that they would be shifting the target audience for the Nintendo 3DS, which has primarily been for the hardcore Nintendo gamers instead of the more casual gamers.
The new subscription based Call of Duty service, Elite, has topped one million subscribers in its first week, much to the delight of Activision.