Archive for July 11th, 2012

Microsoft Patent Includes Depth-Sensing Kinect, Multiple CPUs as Part of Next Xbox Experience

by Drew Robbinson July 11, 2012
For a platform that has yet to even see the light of day, it seems that the gaming populace knows quite a bit about the next iteration of the Microsoft Xbox. Last month, a document emerged purporting to outline the company’s strategy going forward in the console market, but today the spotlight is instead shining […]

EA Sports Introduces Madden NFL Gridiron Club

by Sean Garmeron July 11, 2012
EA Sports has announced the final feature playbook for Madden NFL 13, “Madden Ultimate Team & Madden NFL Gridiron Club. Madden NFL Gridiron Club is a free loyalty program that rewards fans for playing EA SPORTS NFL specific games. Madden NFL Gridiron Club will provide fans awards based on how members spend their time with […]

GotGame Radio Daily: 7.11.12 – Call of Duty: Reflex and North American Hunting Extravaganza

by Steve Masterson July 11, 2012
Were you one of those Wii owners who ended up buying the Wii Zapper to increase the accuracy in some of the shooting games that the system had to offer? Well, I got a couple of games that you might want to pick up if you’re still looking for some to use your Wii Zapper […]

Malicious Comes to PSN July 24

by Adam Larckon July 11, 2012
After being announced in 2010 in Japan, Malicious is finally coming to the North America PSN soon. The game is set to release on July 24 for $9.99. Players will use a magical scarf that can transform into various weapons to take on bosses, which give you their powers after defeat. There’s also a Vita […]

Project Sora Closed Down

by Adam Larckon July 11, 2012
Masahiro Sakurai’s studio has closed down after only one title. Project Sora has announced that the company was closed June 30. It was founded in 2009 by Sakurai, who designed Super Smash Bros.. The only title the studio developed was Kid Icarus: Uprising, which came out in March.

Ouya Passes Kickstarter Goal in 24 Hours

by Adam Larckon July 11, 2012
The Ouya console is already making a name for itself, and it’s still in the Kickstarter stage. The console, powered by Android and funded through Kickstarter, passed its $950,000 goal within 24 hours. In fact, a day after the posting and it’s already raised $3,078,703 as of this writing. The Ouya, designed by Yves Béhar, […]

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier DLC Coming July 17

by Adam Larckon July 11, 2012
The Arctic Strike DLC for Ghost Recon: Future Soldier will be available July 17. After being delayed earlier this month, the content will be out for 800 Microsoft Points or $9.99 on PSN. It will feature three multiplayer maps, the Stockade multiplayer mode, a new co-op map for Guerilla and six weapons. The Rifleman will […]

Next Rocksteady Batman Game Possibly Prequel

by Adam Larckon July 11, 2012
The next Batman game from Rocksteady could be going back to the Silver Age of comics. According to Variety, the next title will focus on the first time Batman met Joker. The game won’t be out until 2014, according to the report. Both Warner Bros. and Rocksteady haven’t commented on the report.

Invincible, White Tanooki Suit Confirmed for New Super Mario Bros. 2

by Drew Robbinson July 11, 2012
Video games are, in modern times, a generally easy affair. That said, there is a large segment of the demographic that continues to stumble through the various titles that litter store shelves as if they are a child first grasping the concept of jumping in Super Mario Bros.. Fittingly, it is Nintendo that has made […]

EA Announces Latest Mass Effect 3 DLC

by Ramon Arandaon July 11, 2012
EA and Bioware have today announced Mass Effect 3: Earth, the latest downloadable multiplayer content for ME3.  The new DLC, which will be available for FREE(!), will include three new maps within London, Vancouver and Rio De Janeiro. Players will get to know a new team of N7 forces, which include N7 Demolisher Engineer, N7 […]

Review | NCAA Football 13

by Ramon Arandaon July 11, 2012
With NCAA Football 12, and even 11 being solid experiences, EA Sports has the large undertaking of improving upon the formula for NCAA Football 13.  Fortunately, the franchise continues to look good with this latest iteration. Jumping straight into an exhibition match, I noticed almost immediately that the gameplay feels more fluid and in many […]