South Park, either the scum of the television or the work of a liberal media – it’s controversial at the best of times. So, when the South Park game was announced several years ago, you can imagine the disapproval from certain demographics.
Ubisoft has made many a game, but not one is more controversial than South Park: The Stick of Truth. Critics have praised the game, receiving generally good reviews, but pressure groups and classification boards have been less than impressed at its crude nature… But hey… It’s South Park.
It’s completely against their nature… I know. Surprisingly, blood does flow through those veins and their newly found heart isn’t made of stone. Miracles never cease to amaze me. So, to spread joy throughout the world, Microsoft are offering a free weekend of Ghosts multiplayer starting today.
Awaken the Ghasts, prepare the creepers and sharpen the pick axe – we might be going somewhere.
Earlier today, Deadline, reported that Warner Bros. had acquired the rights to make Minecraft “into a major motion picture”.
Microsoft just made a move that we’d all predicted for some time, releasing a media remote for its Xbox One console. Set to be release in early March, the pricing stands at $24.99 – with European prices to be confirmed later.
Giving users full control of media, DVDs and accessing content it takes a small form, for what can be a painful and elaborate task. But hang on, wasn’t that the Kinect’s job?
Sony announced that the PlayStation Network will be going down today (Monday) for 6 hours, for planned maintenance.
Rumours, speculation and imagination. Mix it all together and you’ve got a good combination for a new games console. It’s no news to anyone that Nintendo isn’t fairing well. This month it signalled an operating loss of 35bn yen, causing an 18% plunge in shares. Ouch. Lowering its global Wii U sales forecast to 2.8 million units, new rumours are emerging that Nintendo is in the bid for a ‘second stab’ at the Next Gen market.