"Electronic Arts announces Battlefield 3 Premium Edition"
It’s Gamescom week, and Electronic Arts has kicked things off by announcing Battlefield 3 Premium Edition. No, that isn’t a typo – Battlefield 3 is indeed getting a new edition, 10 months after release. As the name suggests, this new version of Battlefield 3 comes packed with a membership to Battlefield Premium, so if you’ve held out on buying Battlefield 3, this might be worth checking out.
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First Look at Call of Duty: Black Ops II’s Multiplayer
This is your first look at multiplayer in this November's presumed mega-hit, Call of Duty: Black Ops II. Call of Duty fans, this is why you play, no?
The battles appear to be taking place in the game's near-future of 2025.
We've got some most unusual knife and tomahawk kills.
Some sort of microwave transmitter screwing with the enemy. (Or maybe it's DARPA's Pain Ray?)
Remote-controlled drones. Lots of them.
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DayZ Standalone Title To Release By Christmas, Should “Have a Load of New Content”
“I really just started up the server, put the download link on there with its name, then a couple of people joined and would post on forums to share their experience. It’s really just grown from there,” creator Dean “Rocket” Hall reflects on the origins of DayZ.
DayZ is certainly one of the most popular mods at the moment, it even gave Arma II a new life. However, the sensational m... [read more]
Battlefield 3: Armored Kill – Bandar Desert and Alborz Mountain Gameplay Trailer Analysis
All-out vehicle warfare approaches. Earlier today, DICE and EA unleashed a brand new gameplay trailer featuring two maps from Battlefield 3′s upcoming DLC, Armored Kill.
Below, we’ve picked apart the epic new footage, getting a better look at some of the new vehicles, locations and gameplay changes. So, before reading on, make sure to watch the trailer right here!
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In today's released Medal of Honor: Warfighter trailer it confirms that pre-ordering Warfighter will get you into the Battlefield 4 beta in the Fall of next year.
In addition, DICE has released the following announcement to the Battlefield community:
Battlefield fans –
The team at DICE is hard at work on the next entry in the Battlefield series, and to ensure access to the exclusive Battlefield 4 beta, shooter fans can pre-order Medal of Honor Warfighter today. While there is no fur... [read more]
Danger Close has released their first reveal of the multi-player component of the upcoming Medal of Honor: Warfighter. With the game set to release October 23rd.
Additionally, Danger Close has asked their community to help them come up with a more creative name for their new "Sport" game mode.
"The idea was to create an arena for the players who were searching for the most competitive type of gameplay - an arena that fit traditional clan structures well. We knew that we wanted a game... [read more]
Star Wars: The Old Republic got great reviews and was seen by many as a worthy successor to BioWare's beloved Knights of the Old Republic. But it's suffered declining subscriber numbers and had to deal with layoffs. Now they're trying to reverse the trend with free play… up to a point.
If you haven't yet tried the game, you'll now be able to play it up to level 15 completely free and with no time limit. If you tried the game through one of the previous free weekend trials or using a refer... [read more]
We caught up with Dice's Niklas Fegreaus to discuss the new vehicles, maps, modes and experiences that Armored Kill has to offer.
Battlefield 3’s release last year brought sprawling multiplayer combat to PCs and consoles, earning critical acclaim and commercial success in the process. The class-based shooter sold 8 million copies in its first month and was declared by EA COO Peter Moore to have “successfully captured a slice of the COD market”. The next expansion, Armore... [read more]
Minecraft 1.3: The good, the bad, and the ugly
via Mojang Blog
Minecraft 1.3 consists of a huge number of changes, and some of them are changes to the fundamental game engine. The most dramatic change is that we’ve kicked out single-player, and made it a shell on top of multi-player. There are two major benefits to this: first, it’s required for the modding api if we don’t want to have multiple implementations of every mod, and second, if we fix a bug in single-player, we know the b... [read more]
Jul 09, 2012 7:18 AM