Gran Turismo 5 has been delayed yet again, which means it will miss it’s November release date. Though fans shouldn’t be too distraught as Polyphony Digital state the game will still be released this year. But knowing the Gran Turismo series, it could still be a long time until we see this game.
Sorry about the recent downtime folks. The company that hosts our servers has been having an issue recently with one of their RAID cards. As a result, we have lost a couple of days worth of posts. Don’t fear! No one like old news anyways. We will be back to normal come Monday afternoon.
On a lighter note, did anyone watch the hockey game yesterday? That was definitely the best game of stick-puck I have ever seen!
You know that annoying firmware update that Sony releases once in a while that requires you to be a technical genius… wait, it’s not really that difficult at all, it takes about 5 minutes and is free. But get this, a Best Buy in the US is charging the extremely low price of $30 for the same service. Just check out the photo above. What has happened to our world?
I don’t know about you, but I love those crazy Rabbids which first made their appearance in Rayman Raving Rabbids for the Wii. The characters have become so successful that Ubisoft announced it is working with Aardman Animations (Wallace & Gromit) on a pilot for a show starring the characters.
“The not-so-subtle humor of the Rabbids has made them into icons in and beyond video games. Aardman perfectly understands that humor and we are extremely excited to be working with them to bring the Rabbids to a new medium and a new audience,” said Ubisoft’s managing director at its French studios, Xavier Poix.
Aardman’s head of broadcast Miles Bullough also seems to be a big fan of the Rabbids, “When the opportunity arose to work with Ubisoft on the Rabbids we leapt at it, we absolutely love the characters and can’t wait to help bring them to a television audience.”
The next expansion pack to the most popular online PC game, World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, is set to be released on December 7, 2010. This marks the third expansion for the game and it will cost $40 or you can splurge on the collector’s edition which will be $80. Continue Reading »
Nintendo recently announced that the 3DS will start shipping in Japan starting February 26, and in March for North America and Europe. Our question for you this week is, “Will you buy the Nintendo 3DS?”.
Let us know by responding to the poll in the sidebar over there →. If you have more to say on this issue, leave a comment below.
Thank you everyone! You have helped us set a new personal record here are Banana Pixel. A total of 9 people voted last week, smashing the previous record of 7. We asked you, “Which PS3 HD Collection would you like to see released?”. With a total of 4 votes, the majority of you voted for a Metal Gear Solid HD release.
Well…there you go. It’s good to know you guys value the Metal Gear Solid franchise. Unfortunately, we don’t know what to do with this information.
Andrew Anthony, the voice of EA Sports (it’s in the game) teach’s us how to properly say “EA Sports”. This video has been swimming around the web for a while, but we thought we should resurrect this video for the benefit of those who haven’t seen it yet. Make sure you get a pen and paper ready before you hit play. Continue Reading »
With the release of Fallout: New Vegas just looming around the corner, Bethesda has decided to give gamers the opportunity to wrap up all their loose ends in Fallout 3. This week on the Xbox Live Marketplace, all five DLC’s for Fallout 3 will be half price (400 Microsoft points).
You can purchase the DLC online or directly from your Xbox 360.
It seems only fair as they gave this warning just a couple weeks ago, “We strongly recommend that you avoid using any hacks, cheats, or exploits. Suspensions and bans of players that have used or start using cheats and hacks will begin in the near future.”
It doesn’t stop there as Blizzard is determined to get everybody who is cheating, “Maintaining a stable, safe, and secure online-gaming experience for legitimate players is a top priority for us, and we’ll be continuing to keep watch on Battle.net and take action as needed.”