Dragon Age 3 to combine Origins and DA2

BioWare CEO Ray Muzyka has described the upcoming Dragon Age 3 as a combination between Dragon Age 2 and Dragon Age: Origins.

Posted Monday August 22nd

No dismemberment in Ninja Gaiden 3

Ninja Gaiden 3 won't feature dismemberment, according to Team Ninja. While Ninja Gaiden 2 saw enemies being sliced apart, the upcoming game apparently won't feature any slicing and dicing.

Posted Monday August 22nd

DICE has a 'couple of things on the backburner'

DICE may be in crunch time as far as Battlefield 3 goes, with the game due for release on October 28, but the studio has plans for projects other than Battlefield.

Posted Friday August 19th

FIFA 12 demo teams confirmed

EA Sports has revealed details of its FIFA 12 demo, planned for release on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC on September 13. The publisher tweeted information on the teams you'll be able to play as, the length of each half and where you'll be playing.

Posted Friday August 19th

Kinect lightsaber spotted at retailers

A lightsaber peripheral, said to be compatible with Kinect Star Wars for Xbox 360, has been spotted on two German retailer websites.

Posted Friday August 19th

Next Xbox may overlap with Xbox 360 life-cycle, says MS

Microsoft has revealed that its next Xbox may well launch while the current Xbox 360 is still doing well at retail, with a period of crossover while both consoles are on the market together.

Posted Friday August 19th

CD Projekt would like to see Witcher 2 on PlayStation 3

The Witcher 2 could come to the PlayStation 3 in the future, according to developer CD Projekt. Speaking at gamescom, the dev stated it "would like to see the game on PlayStation and we'd like to deliver it to those players".

Posted Friday August 19th

New Just Dance 3 tracks revealed

Featured chart-toppers include Party Rock by LMFAO, I Feel Love by Donna Summer, I Was Made for Lovin' You by Kiss, and Barbra Streisand by Duck Sauce.

Posted Friday August 19th

Free Portal 2 DLC in September

Valve has revealed that the free DLC for Portal 2, announced back in April, will be released in mid-September - just about sticking to the company's announced summer release date.

Posted Friday August 19th

Halo remake FireFight map to be announced next week

343 Industries also confirmed that Halo: Anniversary will ship with a single FireFight map, details of which will be announced at Halo Fest next week.

Posted Thursday August 18th

Decide Mass Effect 3 FemShep's hair colour

BioWare's ongoing quest to create the pre-built female Shepard fans want in Mass Effect 3 continues. Now the developer is looking for your input on hair colour.

Posted Thursday August 18th

CD Projekt details Witcher 2 2.0 update

CD Projekt has detailed the upcoming 2.0 update for the PC version of hit RPG The Witcher 2. As revealed in the video below, the free update brings with it technical enhancements, gameplay tweaks and major new features.

Posted Thursday August 18th

3D support confirmed for PES 2012 on PlayStation 3

PES 2012 on PlayStation 3 will be updated on or close to launch to support 3D on compatible TVs, PES Productions producer Shingo "Seabass" Takatsuka has confirmed to VideoGamer.com.

Posted Wednesday August 17th

Safety Car is in F1 2011

The Safety Car is in F1 2011, Codemasters has confirmed today. The news came from two excited Tweets by lead designer Steve Hood and communications manager Andy Gray.

Posted Wednesday August 17th

Silent Hill HD Collection no longer PS3 exclusive

Konami has confirmed that its upcoming horror compilation, the Silent Hill Collection, will no longer be a PlayStation 3 exclusive - it's coming to Xbox 360 too.

Posted Wednesday August 17th

Manchester United and Tottenham confirmed for PES 2012

Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are the two licensed teams from the English Premier League featured in PES 2012, Konami has revealed to VideoGamer.com today. The remaining teams in the league have names to do with their geographical location.

Posted Wednesday August 17th

Ninja Gaiden 3 includes PlayStation Move support

Tecmo Koei has today announced that Ninja Gaiden 3 - the latest instalment in the long-running action series - will be fully compatible with PlayStation Move, allowing players to control Ryu using motion alone.

Posted Wednesday August 17th

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