Sucker Punch’s PlayStation 4 launch title Infamous: Second Son, will feature citizens that are based on real-life individuals. Read the rest of this entry
Developed by 4A Games and published by Deep Silver, Metro: Last Light is the sequel to the critically acclaimed Metro 2033.
Metro: Last Light is available now for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. Analog Addiction will have our review of the game very soon, stay tuned.
Ubisoft have released Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, to celebrate the launch they have released the games official launch trailer below. Read the rest of this entry
Ubisoft has revealed the launch trailer for the Rayman Legends Challenge App set for release today exclusively on the Wii U.
Telltale Games’ Poker Night 2 releases very soon, in celebration Telltale Games has released the Official launch trailer. Featuring the games quirky interactions from the array of characters, including Claptrap from the Borderlands series and Gladdos from Portal.
Ever wanted to buy Claptrap a drink? Well Poker Night 2 will allow you to spend your hard earned dollars on your opponents, while watching out for their unique tells. Players will also be able to earn a host of loot for other games, depending on their platform of choice. Read the rest of this entry
Handhelds and home consoles: two completely different fish living in harmony within the same pond. They both garner to different audiences, with handhelds appealing to gamers on-the-go and home consoles appealing to the gamer who wants to sit at home in front of their TV and immerse themselves in an amazing experience. In premise, design and physical properties, they are completely different. With that said, how can Sony learn from PlayStation Vita’s launch to hopefully improve the launch of PlayStation 4? Although they are different, the errors made when launching the Vita should give a clear indication to Sony what is required from them when they launch PlayStation 4 this holiday season. Read the rest of this entry
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has grossed a small $1 billion in its first 15 days of release; this was gladly announced today by Activision. Not only is that an impressive number, but it breaks Modern Warfare 3’s 16-day record. So much for Call of Duty on the downwards slide?
Once again Call of Duty is now sitting proudly above the big film blockbuster‘s in terms of opening takings, this is astounding since financial analysts were stating that Black Ops 2 sales were 15% less than its previous Call of Duty sibling. Now this makes us wonder, has it sold more copies than its predecessor? Or could the record number of pre-orders possibly have sent this official grossing number sky-high?
Analyst firm Sterne Agee stated back in November ““We believe unit sales of Call of Duty: Black Ops II are tracking down double digits year-over-year… Our checks show initial sales of CoD: Black Ops II at some retailers were down as much as 20 percent. Subsequently, it appears sales of CoD did pick up a bit over the Thanksgiving holiday. We think the current sales curve suggests CoD: Black Ops II unit sales in its first year could ultimately be down 10 percent to 15 percent year-over-year,” Which was originally reported by Gamesindustry. So the question remains are the analysts horribly wrong? Or has something been miscalculated?
Remember Black Ops 2 also beat Modern Warfare 3 on day-one sales by $100 million. From all accounts this looks to be the biggest Call of Duty in history, if the numbers are lower than previous years, yet they have still grossed more, I call hacks. Mind you Call of Duty did go head-to-head with Halo 4 this year, so a slight dip in sales were to be expected, but since Halo 4 is console exclusive to Xbox the variation could have been only slight.
Speculate all we want, the fact is and the numbers don’t like, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is a definite success…On 10th Prestige. Our very own George “Wild Beard” Sinclair reviewed Black Ops 2 and you can check out his review right here.
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