This Holiday's Hottest Arcade Racer Speeds to Retailers Powered by an Electrifying International SoundtrackREDWOOD CITY, Calif. – October 19, 2009 – Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS) today announced that the award-winning Need for Speed™ NITRO has gone gold and will be in stores early, arriving to retailers on November 3rd in North America and on November 6th in Europe. Developed specifically for the Wii and Nintendo DS, Need for Speed NITRO captures the fun and exhilaration of arcade racing, thrusting players into a world of blazing speed where they must dominate the competition at 200 MPH. Complementing the thrilling gameplay is an adrenaline-charged soundtrack that features songs from some of the world’s most celebrated and innovative artists including k-os, Placebo and Crystal Method.
The company releases one screen in celebration of their 500th tweet on Twitter with a promise of more on the way.
There still isn't a set release date for the upcoming Xbox Live Arcade port of Rare's Nintendo 64 shooter Perfect Dark, but a new screen was released on the company's Twitter account.
PixlBit talks Nostalgia with Red Entertainment's Naoki Morita and Tecmo's Keisuke Kikuchi.
PixlBit was fortunate enough to interview Naoki Morita of Red Entertainment, developers of the soon-to-launch DS role-playing game Nostalgia, and Keisuke Kikuchi of Tecmo, who published the game in Japan.
Ubisoft releases more information regarding the trio of short films based around their popular series.
Today Ubisoft released new details regarding their upcoming short movie trio based on the Assassin's Creed story, Assassin's Creed: Lineage.
Five new titles have been made available for DSiWare, two new titles for WiiWare, and another week of a lone Virtual Console title.
This week's Nintendo Download features five Domo titles on DSiWare, the second round of LostWinds, a new Hudson title, Shootanto for WiiWare, and Rygar makes a Virtual Console appearance.
Three retailers list the same release date for the bundle, however no official announcement has been made.
Three major North American retailers have recently posted the upcoming Limited Edition Modern Warfare 2 Xbox 360 bundle on their sites for pre-order, and the release date is causing a stir within the gaming community.
Magic and fairy tales combine in this unique RPG that's mostly sweet but has a hint of darkness too.
I'll admit it; I'm not a big fan of RPGs. I don’t like being forced to spend hours upon hours fighting the same enemies with the same strategy just so I can level up to beat a boss, watch an over-the-top cinematic, and then repeat the entire process in the next area. However, I do like RPGs that don't just rely on battling, but instead require players to explore, strategize, and solve puzzles. I'm also the biggest sucker for Halloween and the dark, non-sugarcoated versions of most fairy tales. Taking all of this into consideration it's no wonder why A Witch's Tale by NIS, worked its magic on me so well I could barely bring myself to stop playing.