Archive for July 23rd, 2012

GotGame Radio Daily: 7.23.12 – Quantum Conundrum and Syndicate

by Steve Masterson July 23, 2012
  Do you consider yourself as an intelligent gamer? Well I got two games that might test your brain: Quantum Conundrum and Syndicate. Stay tuned to find out which one you’d like to try out. Official trailers below:

Review | Dungeon Fighter Live: Fall of Hendon Myre

by Adam Larckon July 23, 2012
When I heard Dungeon Fighter was coming to XBLA, it was a double-edge sword for me. On one hand, I was excited to hear that the free-to-play game was coming to consoles for easier access and controller use. However, I also worried that the game would be hampered by going to a console and being […]

Bethesda Releases New Skyrim Patch

by Sean Garmeron July 23, 2012
Bethesda has released a new Skyrim 1.7 beta update and it is currently going live for PC players who are opted in via Steam. The new patch focuses mainly on stability issues, bugs, and Kinect voice issues for various languages. Bethesda recently put out a lot of Skyrim content recently with update 1.6 and its […]

Buy or Sell: Ouya, Battlefield 4, Nintendoland, Sleeping Dogs

by Ramon Arandaon July 23, 2012
Alright, we’re back for another edition of Buy or Sell, where we ask two writers to either agree (buy) or disagree (sell) with various statements. This week we have John Curry and John Speerbrecker for a double dose of John…wait that didn’t sound right….ah, whatever. So let’s jump right into things! 1. The Ouya (Android-based) […]

KISS Signs With Ortsbo for Social Fan Hub

by Adam Larckon July 23, 2012
KISS and Ortsbo have made the first global social fan hub. The hub, which uses more than 17 social networks, has been made to broadcast fan communication during the 40-city summer tour with Motley Crüe. “We’re giving our fans a more powerful and meaningful way to communicate and engage with us while on tour. Every […]

Best Buy Holding Summer Gaming Blowout Sale

by Adam Larckon July 23, 2012
If the Steam Summer Sale didn’t empty your wallet, why not check out the Best Buy Summer Gaming Blowout sale. The sales features bigger titles like Assassin’s Creed: Revelations for $10, Gears of War 3 for $15, Final Fantasy XIII-2 for $15 and more. Plus the deal features various accessories for sale as well. Check […]

Dance Central 3 Release Date Set for Oct. 16

by Ramon Arandaon July 23, 2012
Harmonix has today revealed that Dance Central 3 will be released on Oct. 16  in U.S., Canada and Latin America, and October 19th in Europe, Asia, and Australia. To go along with the announcement, Harmonix also revealed 11 previously-unannounced tracks: 2NE1 – “I Am The Best (Original Version)” Alice Deejay – “Better Off Alone” Backstreet Boys – […]

Minecraft Tops 3 Milllion Sales on XBLA

by Adam Larckon July 23, 2012
A few interesting bits of news from the Mojang studio today. First up, Markus “Notch Persson tweeted that Minecraft on XBLA has topped 3 million copies sold. The last milestone, 2 million, was reached in early June. In other news, Texas tech0patent collector Uniloc has filed a suit against Mojang, Notch tweeted. The filing states […]

Ubisoft First Quarter Sales Up

by Adam Larckon July 23, 2012
Ubisoft has reported that first quarter sales are up 27.2 percent from last year. The quarter sales ended at $160.6 million, which was attributed to Ghost Recon Future Soldier. Also helping the company out were its free-to-play titles and Trials Evolution. However, the company expects lower profits next quarter because of no game to replicate […]

Wizorb Comes to PSN Tuesday

by Adam Larckon July 23, 2012
Wizorb is almost to the PlayStation Network. The game is set to release as a PS Mini Tuesday for the PS3 and PSP, with it “eventually” coming to the Vita, according to Beatshapers. For those that don’t know, Wizorb has players destroying monsters and bricks with a ball while trying to rebuild buildings in towns.

Microsoft Posts Huge Quarter Revenue

by Adam Larckon July 23, 2012
Microsoft’s quarterly revenue has hit $18.06 billion, according to their report. However, the company reported a net loss of $492 million for the quarter, with a loss of $0.06 per share. The Entertainment and Devices Division grew 20 percent, with the Xbox 360 remaining the top selling console for 18 months.