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Saturday, December 31, 2011

2012 Upcoming Games for The YEAR!

Check out IGN for more info on these hot games:

Silent Hill HD:

Final Fantasy XIII-2


Soulcalibur V:

Darkness 2:


Kingdoms of Amalur:

Resident Evil Revelations:

Binary Domain:

Twisted Metal:

UFC 3:


ModNation Racers: Road Trip:

Ridge Racer:

Uncharted: Golden Abyss:

Touch My Katamari:


Future Soldier:

Mass Effect 3:

SF X Tekken:

Mario Party 9:

RE: Operation Raccoon City:

Kid Icarus:

Happy NEW Year ! Here's a list of 2012 Upcoming games!

Mass Effect 3This one goes without saying, being the resolution to Commander Shepard’s story arc in the Mass Effect universe, and is the only returning title from my 2011 list. I’ve seen it a couple of times and it’s looking great, with many refinements across the board and a team of guys who are hungry to offer a satisfying curtain call for this part of the Mass Effect story.
Borderlands 2The original cel-shaded Borderlands was a hoot with some key room for improvement, but the reality is that I’m just looking for a whole lot more time with this world. Dual-wielding any weapon, all-new characters and more Claptrap has me not-so-secretly psyched for this title.
BioShock InfiniteAlthough I didn’t loathe BioShock 2 as much as a fair chunk of the gaming community did, I definitely noticed the absence of creative director Ken Levine. I loved the narrative of the original BioShock and look forward to that component more than anything in BioShock Infinite. It also helps that the gameplay looks kinda cool, too.
Assassin’s Creed IIIOkay, so this is somewhat of a controversial choice given my less-than-perfect thoughts on Assassin’s Creed Revelations (I gave it a 7.5), but I have faith that the return to the core Assassin’s Creed series will be a return to form. Hopefully, at the very least, Ubisoft has spent their dollars earned from a yearly release model on a new engine…
Darksiders IIThe original Darksiders was a sleeper hit for me, considering I had basically no knowledge of it until its release. Part Zelda, part God of War, it kept my attention from start to finish and also held the exciting inherent prospect of three potential sequels following the exploits of the other three Horsemen of the Apocalypse: Death, Famine and Pestilence. We’ll get to play as Death in Darksiders II and, as far as I’m concerned, he’s the coolest out of War’s three brothers.
DishonoredFor anyone who read my glowing preview, you’ll understand exactly why this is one of my most anticipated titles of 2012. The early build I saw of it this year blew my socks off, and this genre-blurring action title is surely set to wow audiences later this year. It’s also the only new IP solid enough to knock out my keen anticipation for a collection of sequels and reboots.
Max Payne 3My love of the original Max Payne games surpasses my fear that Rockstar will mistreat the third entry of the IP forged by Remedy Entertainment. Everything I’ve seen to date suggests that the action will be handled well and the setting is certainly interesting, but I’m hoping that Rockstar has cooked up a killer noir story to match the pitch-perfect storytelling of the first two games.
Prey 2While the original Prey had some great ideas but ultimately didn’t grab me, the left-field direction of the sequel captured my interest well ahead of its projected 2012 release. Brink-style free-running combat coupled with a decidedly Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath feel all set in a Blade Runner-type future has my curiosity officially piqued.
Tomb RaiderQuick confession: I’ve never been a fan of the Tomb Raider series. But something about this gritty relaunch of Lady Croft has me very intrigued. Both the cinematic trailer from E3 and the later-released gameplay demo ensured that I’ll be adding this to my 2012 gaming calendar. Hopefully, it’s not all about the quick-time events.
Hitman: AbsolutionI was a bit dubious when the first teaser trailer hit, but the 15-minute gameplay trailer sold me on the new direction for the Hitman series. IO Interactive is promising a “familiar and yet significantly different experience from other Hitman games.” I reckon they’ve got the dev chops to pull this off.

Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception Multiplayer Review

Ok, So i recently bought the new 320 GB PlayStation 3 Bundle,Of course it came with the new Uncharted that i been dying to see in "In-my-hands-action" on Multilayer,So before you even start Multilayer you have to redeem a code and if you bought the game it should've came with a code on the Guidebook pamphlet.If not,You can purchase the code via PlayStation Store,But once you do get into playing Multilayer you can either play your custom player-were you can customize your players skin color,clothes,gear,and even weapons and boosters are something you must have for playing online due to users having a much higher level than you which i think i lot of multilayer functions in games should have better level starting for new players on to the online part of the game,but moving along you'll have plenty of multilayer game mode for you to pick and choose from,Team Deathmatch is my favorite! but to give a list of what modes to choose from there's-Team Deathmatch: Two teams of five square off in head-to-head combat. Three Team Deathmatch: Three teams of two competing in deathmatch. Includes a feature called the "Buddy System" which allows you to spawn on your teammate at any point during the match. Also includes special taunts, like the ability to high-five over a player both of you killed. Free For All: deathmatch won by the last man standing from a field of eight players. Team Objective: Complete the assigned goals. Plunder: Capture the treasure. Hardcore: No Boosters. No Medal Kickbacks. Just your skill. Co-op Arena - Survive the waves of soldiers Co-op Hunter - Two teams of two fight to score three different treasures in three different chests. One team is the Heroes, who try to score as many treasures as possible, and the other is the Villains, who are assisted by AI enemies. The team as the Villains are able to choose classes that mimic AI enemies both physically and with what weapon they use, and the players use medals they obtain to unlock stronger weapon classes to defeat the Heroes. Co-op Adventure - Similar to Co-op Objective in Uncharted 2, Adventure has three players trying to complete a certain goal. Adventure contains co-op aspects, such as capturing treasures, that Objective did not.

You also have co-op online multilayer, So if you have a Friend or family member you can both join in the action together online! Witch is  really cool i think so! I'm on level 16 right now,and it's cool how easy you can upgrade on leveling on this game.

Friday, December 30, 2011

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