This edition of the racer will include previously released DLC.
Codemasters has announced a new retail version of Dirt 3 that will include previously released DLC. Dubbed the "Complete Edition", it'll cost only $40 and will be available on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC in March. Below is a list of the extra content being included.
The Vita's Launch library keeps on growing.
We’re getting closer and closer to the PlayStation Vita’s North American release this February and with that comes the announcement of launch titles. We already know that Touch My Katamari, Ridge Racer and Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen will be available day one, and now we can add F1 2011 to that growing list as well.
One of the most realistic military experiences this generation.
One of the most popular genres this generation is the first person shooter. While most modern FPS titles look realistic or claim to be realistic, they all usually have some unrealistic mechanics, such as automatic health regeneration. Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising is unlike your typical FPS title; it provides one of the best realistic military experiences, though a couple of frustrating issues keep it from being great.
Climactic Gameplay Video Reveals Full Effect of Open World Conflict at www.flashpointgame.comUNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. – Oct. 6, 2009 – Fully locked and loaded, gamers prepare to be dropped into the most immersive open world combat experience of the year as Operation Flashpoint®: Dragon Rising mounts its assault on stores’ shelves across North America today for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft®, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and PC. Operation Flashpoint : Dragon Rising is rated M for Mature and is available for $59.99 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation®3 and $49.99 for PC.
The Sumo Digital-developed racing title will hit stores in late November.
F1 2009 is slated to hit Wii and PSP on November 17 in North America, November 20 in the United Kingdom, and November 19 in the remaining PAL territories. Developed by Sumo Digital, F1 2009 is the first F1-licensed racing game to hit the Wii and PSP.
This tremendously robust rally racing game is one of the best of its kind.
The predecessor to Dirt 2 came out in 2007, and sadly, Colin McRae, the acclaimed rally driver and the name attached to the Dirt series, died in a helicopter crash around the time of the original's release. Dirt 2, or Colin McRae: Dirt 2 as it is called in Europe, is a veiled love letter to the late driver as the game centers around getting to the Colin McRae Tribute Cup. On the way to the cup, you journey through a fantastic mixture of arcade and simulation racing in this top-line rally racing video game.