Saturday, February 12, 2011

EA Have Released A New Crysis 2 Trailer Detaling Multiplayer Character Progression

EA have released a new trailer for Crysis 2. this trailer explains the character progression in Multiplayer, using in-game examples to show the many ways you can customise your character as you level up.

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Sony Have Released A Video For MLB 11 The Show Called "Torture" And Another Showing Stadium Realism

Sony have released 2 new trailers for MLB 11 The Show. the first video shows the stadiums in the game and announces the Jumbotrons from each stadium are also in the game. the trailer also shows weather and overall realism of MLB 11. The Second trailer is called "Torture". the bases are loaded, Ryan Howard is coming to the Plate and going to swing for the fences. what does Tim Lincecum do. the trailer shows how this scenario plays out and its effect on the game.

Source: USA Playstation Blog + USA Playstation Blog

Temco Koei Have Released New Videos, Screenshots, And Character Art For Dynasty Warriors 7

Temco Koei have released new screenshots, videos, and character art for Dynasty Warriors 7. The first video is a general trailer for Dynasty Warriors 7 whilst the second video is longer and features more in-game action and more game features. The Screenshots show various characters in the game fighting large numbers of enemies.

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Character Art

Temco Koei Have Released New Videos, Screenshots, And Character Art For Samurai Warriors: Chronicles

Temco Koei have released new videos, screenshots, character art, and a fact sheet for their upcoming Nintendo 3DS game, Samurai Warriors Chronicles. the first video is a general video for the game showing its features whilst the second video is a gameplay video for the game.

In Samurai Warriors Chronicles, you start off as one of two avatar characters, seen in character art below. as you play you unlock the ability to customise your character. also as you play the game, scenarios later in the game may change depending on the battles you participated in in the beginning.

The Street Pass feature has been detailed, you create an army in the game and it fights against other players via Street pass as you walk past them. you can also trade weapons via Street Pass and your results from the battles against people will be represented in game. The game makes use of Spot Pass to download additional scenarios for the game.

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Character Art

Fact Sheet

Offering an all-new fighting style of One vs. Thousands, players of SAMURAI WARRIORS: Chronicles can now enjoy beating countless enemies using the simple, intuitive controls of their Nintendo 3DS system.

These two main characters in SAMURAI WARRIORS: Chronicles act as players’ avatars and each possesses their own unique weapons. By selecting between the two characters, players will be to enjoy different gameplay styles. As the story progresses players will discover the ability to edit their chosen character – such as changing their outfits and accessories, as well as giving them weapons used by other Samurai officers.

Furthermore, depending on how you play the game, during the later parts the gameplay scenarios may intersect, offering you a choice of battles to participate in. Choose wisely, because once you’ve selected a battle, you are forced to ally yourself with your choice and, as a consequence, will develop trustworthy allies as well as arch-rivals. Your choices also give you the chance to build firm bonds with other Samurai and experience the Warring States period like never before.

Are you ready to do battle in this epic adventure? You’ll need to utilise all the skills and strategic tactics in your arsenal to succeed!


Courtesy of the features offered by your Nintendo 3DS, you can now enjoy stereoscopic
3D graphics across the whole screen. Furthermore, your device’s stereoscopic graphics
will allow you to enjoy in-game movies in 3D, enable you to get closer to your favorite
officers in conversation scenes and experience dynamic battles.

The Nintendo 3DS Touch Screen intuitively works to your advantage. Thanks to the Touch Screen on your device, gameplay experiences such as changing characters during battle, setting your strategy and using it mid-mission are simple and easy to accomplish.

Thanks to the StreetPass mode on your Nintendo 3DS system, you will be able to form an army and battle against people you pass on the street using the weapons in your possession. You will also be able to trade your weapons and the results of your battle will projected into the game itself. And the more battles you conduct via StreetPass, the more in-game benefits you will receive.

SAMURAI WARRIORS: Chronicles also utilises the SpotPass feature on your Nintendo 3DS system, which will offer additional downloadable scenarios via SpotPass mode.

With your Nintendo 3DS Wi-Fi connection, you will be able to download an additional scenario into SAMURAI WARRIORS: Chronicles. You can also earn rewards via virtual battles, or even receive enhanced weapons, as well as view other players’ history.

Another new feature of the game is the Player Change system, which allows you to use the Touch Screen in order to switch between characters (up to four in total), wherever they are located on the battlefield. The benefits of this feature is that it provides you with four, completely different perspectives of the gameplay activity, as well as enabling you to fully exploit tactics such as “target setting” or “battle skill”. However, you will need to keep in mind your mission, status and Battle Skills, in order to end up victorious!

Temco Koei Announce Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3 Is Coming To Europe On PS3 And 360 This Summer

Temco Koei have announced Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3 is getting a European release, the game is only currently out in Japan, on both the PS3 and Xbox 360 this Summer. the game features over 50 playable, and upgradable, characters as well over 70 playable, and also upgradable, Mobile Suits. new additions to the game include Mobile Suits from Mobile Suit Gundam 00, Mobile Suit Gundam UC.

Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3 features new gameplay additions to the series, includeing the Partner Strike, Emergency Dash and Recovery Gauge Systems. The Partner Strike System enables players to summon partner characters to the battle field to assist. The Emergency Dash System gives players the ability to parry enemy combo's and evade them. and finally the new Recovery System allows players to recover health during a battle.

The battlefields have also seen a new addition. there are now multiple facilities on the battlefields that, when captured, can change the battlefield conditions. Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3 also features a up to 4 player online multiplayer campaign and a online vs mode.



Press Release

Letchworth, Herts, February 10th, 2010 – Leading European video game publisher TECMO KOEI EUROPE LTD, today announced DYNASTY WARRIORS®:GUNDAM® 3 for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system. DYNASTY WARRIORS:GUNDAM 3 represents the next generation of futuristic mecha action with graphical and gameplay additions, bringing authenticity and astounding improvements to the series.

Set in the future, chaotic warfare has engulfed the universe. The world is ripe with strife as gigantic mecha called Mobile Suits march to war on land and in space. Featuring characters and mecha from over 30 years of Gundam® anime and manga series, DYNASTY WARRIORS:GUNDAM 3 thrusts players into the galactic melee with over 50 playable and upgradable characters and over 70 playable and upgradeable Mobile Suits combed from the Gundam universe. New additions include Mobile Suits from Mobile Suit Gundam 00, Mobile Suit Gundam UC and many more.

DYNASTY WARRIORS:GUNDAM 3 also features a number of gameplay additions to the series, including 3 brand new featured systems, including the Partner Strike, Emergency Dash and Recovery Gauge Systems, which will bring a new level of tactical engagement to the series. Partner Strike System will enable the player to summon partner characters to the battlefield to assist at crucial moments affecting your characters current melee engagement or possibly the overall battlefield conditions for your army. Emergency Dash System will allow players to execute new cancel and evasion moves negating enemy attacks. This system will bring a new level to gameplay since powerful combos can be more easily parried. The new Recovery System enables players to recover health during battle allowing players the ability to recover in battle.

Additionally, DYNASTY WARRIORS:GUNDAM 3 brings a new strategy facet to gameplay. Battlefields now incorporate multiple facilities with various functions. Capturing these locations will change the battlefield conditions and turn the tide of the battle in your favor. Furthermore, players can take their favorite Mobile Suits and engage others in head–to-head action in online versus mode and up to 4 player online multiplayer campaign mode.

DYNASTY WARRIORS:GUNDAM 3 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation3 computer entertainment system will be available this Summer. For more information please visit


TECMO KOEI EUROPE LTD. is a publisher of interactive entertainment software for current generation consoles, handhelds and digital download content based in Letchworth, Hertfordshire, UK. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of TECMO KOEI HOLDINGS CO., LTD., headquartered in Yokohama, Japan. TECMO is best known for the DEAD OR ALIVE® and Ninja Gaiden®series. KOEI is best known for its Dynasty Warriors® and Samurai Warriors® franchises. More information about TECMO KOEI EUROPE LTD and its products can be found at

GUNDAM® ©SOTSU・SUNRISE©SOTSU・SUNRISE・MBS ©2007-2011 NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc.  Dynasty Warriors® KOEI Co., Ltd.

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Hit X Podcast: All The News From QTE Gamers From Friday 11th February

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The Re-Cap: News From QTE Gamers From Friday 11th February

  • QTE Blog: The Re-Cap: News From QTE Gamers From Thursday 10th February
  • QTE Blog: Hit X Podcast: All The News From QTE Gamers From Thursday 10th February
  • WP7: Nokia and Microsoft announce new partnership, Windows Phone 7 to become Nokia main focus
  • Nokia say Symbian phones announced as coming out this year will come out, but that'll be it for them and Symbian
  • WP7: Nokia confirm they will be able to customise Windows Phone 7 OS, but most likely won't do anything too drastic
  • webOS: HP announce existing Palm Pre 1+2 and Palm Pixi Apps will work on webOS 3, this means TouchPad and maybe Pre 3
  • Activision's bringing Spyro Back. Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure comes this Autumn, targets at 6-12, action figures + more
  • Its strongly rumoured Activision are looking at buying Take-Two, the owners of Grand Theft Auto
  • PSP: Sony's Shuhei Yoshida says the PSP and PSP2 will co-exist, still struggling to meet consumer demand for PSP
  • PSP2: Shuhei Yoshida says porting games from PS3 to PSP2 is "simple and quick". Sony focused on making it easy for devs
  • PSP2: Shuhei Yoshida confirms that the NGP will get a formal name later in the year, NGP been used since 2008
  • QTE Blog: Q-Games Announce PixelJunk Shooter 2 Comes Out On The PSN On 1st March
  • iPhone: its rumoured possible new iPhone is 1/3 smaller than iPhone 4, cheapest would be $200 off contract + more rumours
  • Codemasters' Paul Coleman is unconvinced Kinect is suitable for the racing game genre
  • QTE Blog: This Weeks UK WiiWare, DSiWare, And Virtual Console Releases
  • PS3: A Californian judge has ordered GeoHotz to hand over his HDD to Sony so they can inspect it for PS3 Jailbreak Files
  • PSP: Square Enix have announced Final Fantasy I and II are coming to the PSN for €9.99
  • QTE Blog: Nintendo Detail The Liberty Pass Event To Obtain Victini In Pokémon Black & White
  • 3DS: IGN Guide to the 3DS says the DS games, Pokémon Black & White, will have enhanced functionality when played on 3DS
  • 360: New levels coming to Super Meat Boy. first set is 20 levels from original game made harder, next set is user created
  • QTE Blog: 2K Games Detail The Duke Nukem Forever Balls Of Steel Edition
  • THQ says Metro 2034 will have more money invested in marketing and development to help game reach wider audience
  • Namco Bandai point low Enslaved sales due to timing. they're looking into a sequel and it could come
  • QTE Blog: Guerrilla Games Release A Killzone 3 Multiplayer Gameplay Video Showing Medic And MAWLR Graveyard