Just days after the release of Starcraft II, Defendants already had developed, marketed, and distributed to the public a variety of hacks and cheats designed to modify (and in fact destroy) the Starcraft II online game experience. In fact, on the very day that Starcraft II was released, representatives of the hacks Web site advised members of the public that "our staff is already planning new releases for this game."
Sony Entertainment, Warner Bros. Games, and DC Comics decided that Comic Con would be an excellent place to unveil the full cinematic trailer for its upcoming MMO title DC Universe Online.
It's impressive. And yet... not as impressive as I wish it was.
The odds of a GoldenEye remake are looking better and better. A while back we reported that Activision had laid claim on the domain of goldeneyegame.com. Now Eurogamer is reporting that, according to their sources, it is totally happening. They say the game will be officially announced in a couple of weeks at E3, and will be released in November.
Ok. I've never owned a racing game, never spent much time playing Mario Kart, and am simply not a car person in general.
But this inflatable peripheral for your Wiimote is totally awesome. It takes the idea behind a car bed to a completely new level.
A newly created YouTube account has been causing quite a stir this weekend. Someone, under the user name MahitoYokota, has uploaded the entire soundtrack of the just-released Super Mario Galaxy 2. It is unknown, at this point, whether this is the account of the real Mahito Yokota, a co-composer of the soundtrack.
The trailer for Media Molecule's highly anticipated sequel LittleBigPlanet 2 was released today, and it answers the vital question of how you make a sequel to a game that has about 2-million user created levels? You can't just make more levels. So what do you do?
You make a game that makes games. Trailer after the jump, natch.