Here's the video trailer for the upcoming release for EA Sports' 'NFL BLITZ'
Nintendo Set To Enter Realm of e-Readers
By Mike Gwilliam on January 2, 2012 – 3:27 pm
With such a crazy New Year, the last thing I expected to hear was anything about the Wii U. My good friend in Los Angeles who works for a software developer claims Nintendo approached them and offered them assistance in porting and publishing some software from iOS to the Wii U so it can be played on the Wii U’s touchscreen controller. Due to non-disclosure agreements, I can’t get into full details of what was discussed because it would reveal my source. READ MORE HERE
Final Fantasy XIII-2
The Big Game Releases Of 2012
by Jim Reilly on January 02, 2012 at 05:00 PM
How do you follow up a year that saw the release of Portal 2, Batman: Arkham City, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Uncharted 3, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim? 2011 was one of gaming’s biggest years in recent memory. Let’s take a look at some of the confirmed titles for 2012. Your wallet is going to cry next year, too.
We can't list every game. So tell us what your most anticipated of 2012 is in the comments below. READ MORE HERE
Star Wars: The Old Republic Shatters MMO Sales Records
With World of Warcraft holding the MMO throne, whenever I hear about a new massively multiplayer online game being produced a part of my brain wonders “why bother?” Clearly I do not work for Bioware (and with that line of thinking, I never will), as in just a little over a week since it’s launch date, Star Wars: The Old Republic is already attracting one of the fastest-growing player communities in the history of subscription-based MMO games.
Of course there have been plenty of positive reviews for The Old Republic, which won MSNBC’s “Best Multiplayer Game of 2011” as well as ratings from various consumer reporting outlets in the high 80's and 90's. And judging from the subscriber numbers, it seems like quite a few players agree with these reviewers.
So what are the numbers, you wonder? In a word, impressive; since the game’s launch on December 20, more than a million players have spent over 60 million in-game hours playing The Old Republic. Together they’ve created more than 850,000 Sith Warriors and 810,000 Jedi Knights, not to mention countless smugglers, troopers and bounty hunter scum. Perhaps the most troubling news for AI algorithms across the globe, over 3 billion NPCs have been slaughtered in the two weeks since The Old Republic officially launched. With over 260 millions quests completed and more than 44 million PvP battles, it's clear that Star Wars fans have been keeping pretty busy over the holidays. READ MORE HERE
For no reason really here's a video from G4TV
Music releases today were:
- ELVIS PRESLEY: 'Elvis Country'
- PRIYO: 'Gypsy Lullaby'
- LEGOFEET: 'EP'
- VESEN: 'Goat Carcass Rising'