Thursday, July 5, 2012
Capcom goes Old school, more Halo Spec-ops and the cutest Agent 47 gets released date.
Agent 47 gets Vinyl Release
Today I/O Interactive revealed the Hitman:Absolution Deluxe Professional Edition. In addition to getting a copy of the Professional Edition of the game, which comes with a making-of DVD, the Agency Gun Pack DLC, and an art book,
the Deluxe Professional Edition will come with a brand-new 10” vinyl figure of Agent 47.
Capcom goes Old School fighting stance with XBLA/PSN.
This September, Capcom will be bringing Marvel vs. Capcom Origins for XBLA and PSN. The title will bring back arcade classics Marvel Super Heroes and the very first tag-team battler, Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes, with a variety of updated features. All the familiar traits of both games will return, including Marvel Super Heroes' Infinity Gem system and Marvel vs. Capcom's Duo Team Attack, Capcom will be adding 8-player lobbies, spectator mode, save replayabilty, Dynamic challenges,unlockables and online versus support. Marvel vs. Capcom Origins will hit this September for the Xbox Live Arcade for1200 MS Points and the PlayStation Network for $14.99. There is no set date for actual release but the trailer looks good. I will definitely want this but my question is WHY NO X-MEN VS STREET FIGHTER!!! Damn I miss that game.
Halo 4 Spec Ops set 6 months after the campaign.
In a video interview given to VG24/7.com from 343′s David Berger and Kevin Franklin further detailed Halo 4′s Spartan Ops DLC, including confirmation of timeline and links to the campaign.
Here is what was pulled from the interview.
“With [Spartan Ops] being such a story-driven mode, it’s something we really wanted to be able to really push the fiction forward with after the launch of the game,” said Berger.
“It takes place about six months after the events of the campaign, but as you’ve seen in the cut-scene [shown at the Microsoft E3 press conference - Ed] the Infinity features in also the campaign. So we have some ties in the story between the two.”
The heavy stream of Spartan Ops updates will come at no extra cost to the user.
“In Spartan Ops you’re getting five missions per week, with a CG cut-scene, for free,” said Franklin.
Berger added: “With months of content of that style so that we can really push the story and fiction forward after launch. And that’s all part of the game.”
A total of 50 missions spanning 10 weeks make up season one. Another reason just to anticipate what 343 has in store for the Halo universe. Cannot wait for it.
Sony release a slimmer PS3
Here is the link to the FCC documentation on the slimmer PS3.
Ok that is all for now I hope you guys have a great day.