Latest Video Games News and Updates

  • THQ: Only one commentary team for WWE 12

    WWE 12 publisher THQ has just updated FAQ page of the game and confirmed that the game will have only one commentary team. The only commentators available in the game are "Michael Cole and Jerry The King Lawler."

    WWE 12 ps3 box art

    If you are a fan of other commentators such as Josh Matthews and Booker T, then prepared to get disappointed as they will not at all feature in WWE 12.

    Earlier today, THQ also confirmed that the game will have exit themes for Superstars and Divas, more details HERE.

    Check out complete FAQ HERE.

  • Modern Warfare 3 to feature Color-blind mode

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 developer has confirmed that the game will have support for players affected with color blindness. Michael Condrey confirmed that the developing team is working on a new "Color Blind Assist Option" for MW3.

    Modern Warfare 3 ps3 box art

    Condrey said, "Research suggests that as much as 6% of the general population suffers from Color Blindness, or more accurately Color Vision Deficiency. Men (9-12%) are 20x more likely to be afflicted than women (0.25-1%).  Those numbers vary depending on which source you quote, but we estimate that nearly a million gamers are playing Call of Duty every day with this issue.  I am happy to report that we are working on a Color Blind Assist option for Modern Warfare 3."

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will launch on November 8 for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

  • From Dust confirms for PC, gameplay video released

    Ubisoft has confirmed "From Dust" will also be coming to PC on July 27. The publisher announced that the game will be available via Steam and UbiShop and will carry a price tag of $19.99.

    From Dust screenshot

    Ubisoft also released a new developer diary for the game, you can watch it below. Previously From Dust was confirmed for launch on Xbox Live Arcade for 1200 MS Points.

  • Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition PC patch coming next week

    Capcom has confirmed that they are currently developing a patch update for PC version of Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition which is plagued by a number of issues since its launch this week.

    A representative has confirmed on Capcom Unity that the patch is expected to be launch on Monday, July 11.

    Street Fighter Arcade Edition logo

    According to the details revealed, PC version of Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition is plagued by issues such as failure to recognise feature-rich of keyboards, key mapping causing crashes.

    The developer has advice gamers to make use of standard keyboard or Xbox 360 controller for time being.

    It has been also reported that when gamers put the game in "Smooth Mode", animation frames drop. Capcom has confirmed a separate patch will be released for this on July 25.

  • EA confirms FIFA 12 iOS version playable on big screen

    At Summer Showcase this afternoon, Electronic Arts confirmed that gamers of FIFA 12 iOS version will be able to play the game on a full size television set.

    FIFA 12 screenshot

    The things required for this features, an iPad to transmit the signal to TV. The game may be controlled with upto two iPhone 4 or even with iPod Touches which have support for iOS 4, and is linked to iPad via Bluetooth.

    iOS gamers and FIFA fans get ready for this awesome experience this Spring.

  • Future Mortal Kombat DLC "Tanya"?

    If you are looking for any new information related to Mortal Kombat then Ed Boon is the only man you should follow. Ed Boon just a while ago confirmed another female as a future Mortal Kombat DLC, and her name is "Tanya".


    On Twitter, Ed Boon said, " RT @Leo__Roberts @noobde I DEMAND that you make Tanya DLC Noobde: Well then it looks like that's what has to be done!".

    Well then are you ready for another female to the primarily male roster?, do let us know as a comment to this post.

  • Tales of Xillia third trailer released

    Namco Bandai has just released a third trailer for their upcoming game title "Tales of Xillia". This six and a half minute trailer focuses mainly on game's cut-scenes, and also features some gameplay.

    Tales of Xillia logo

    Tales of Xillia is schedule to launch on September 8 in Japan. You can watch the trailer below: