What will the fans think?
A GameStop employee suggests the video game accessory manufacturer provided the information during GameStop's Fall retail conference.
Rumors of a November 18th Wii U launch date swirled today, when a NeoGAF forum thread was posted revealing a potential leak by Performance Designed Products (PDP). Apparently, at GameStop's annual Fall conference, the accessory-maker revealed it was launching various Wii U accessories on Sunday, November 18th, which lines up with Nintendo's previous holiday hardware release timelines. Similarly, another source has informed Kotaku of a PDP representative suggesting their "peripherals would be available just ahead of the Wii U's November 18 release date."
A listing on Xbox.com revealed the impending release.
Lately Sega has made a habit of digitally re-releasing several games from their last home console, the Sega Dreamcast. Titles like Crazy Taxi and Sonic Adventure are available on numerous digital platforms and Jet Grind Radio is on the way as well. However, it now looks like Sonic Adventure 2 will be added to that list.
The Xbox Live Marketplace seems to leak another.
A listing for South Park: The Game became visible yesterday on the Xbox Live Marketplace thanks to its supposed release date of May 5. However, the listing didn't feature the working title, but instead the name South Park: The Stick of Truth. Complete with correspoding box art, as well as screens that match Obsidian and THQ's latest work, it's likely the two titles are one in the same.
EA's download service may have sprung a massive leak.
UPDATE: In a statement issued to Game Informer, EA has let it be known that they will be making some kind of official announcement concerning Crysis 3 in just a few days. The statement reads: “The best kept secret in shooters just can’t be contained. Stay tuned for more information on April 16.”
Get a feel for the environments and settings from these five images.
After Assassin's Creed III information was leaked and subsequently officially confirmed yesterday, fans have been reeling over the news. Set during the Revolutionary War, the series is set to tap into completely new territory for gaming in general. Hot on the heels of the announcement come five pieces of what look like screen shots, but are more likely concept art given the coloration and smoothness of the images. The images come courtesy of All Games Beta, but there's no indication of how they managed to procure them. Be sure to click through to get a look at all of the images!
The next Call of Duty title may have been leaked by Fnac.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has been leaked by Spanish retailer Fnac. The picture shown here has a listing for the yet to be announced sequel to 2010's Call of Duty: Black Ops. Activision hasn't confirmed this title, although they have said that a Call of Duty game will be released this year.
The posting also mentions a May 16 release date.
Eurogamer is reporting that a listing has gone up on Amazon France for Ratchet & Clank HD Collection - one of the few series left that Sony has yet to modernize in high resolution on the PlayStation 3. The listing has since been removed for reasons unknown. Before coming down, the collection was listed for release on May 16 with no details on the included games.