Groupees announces their fifth Be Mine bundle, featuring both videogames and music. The bundle contains up to six different gaming titles, depending on how much you pay. Of course, some of this goes to charity too.
The first title I hunted down to get my hands on was Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, easily the videogame that I have been most excited for since it was announced that Platinum Games were to develop it. The queue was large, stated to last at least an hour, but I was determined to get my shot. Was it worth the wait?
European PlayStation 3 users can look forward to picking up their copy of the action-adventure game, Way of the Samurai 4, which is now available to pick up at retail. The title will also be available on the PlayStation Store come October 10th, 2012. Continue reading
Available on our YouTube for a while, we finally bring you this Total War: Rome 2 trailer. Apologies that it came so late.
The remake, titled New ‘n’ Tasty, was shown off at this year’s Eurogamer Expo by Steward Gilray. The remake will take advantage of modern technology to re-create the magic that of the world of Abe’s Oddysee.
[Edit: Added a trailer courtesy of IGN]
Mac platform publisher, Feral Interactive, confirms that Batman Arkham City Game of the Year Edition is being released for Mac in November. Continue reading
I’d like to apologise for the recent slow down in publications on the Gaming Advance site. This is the result of a combination of now having an honours project to work on, as well as preparing to attend Eurogamer.
Things have been pretty hectic over at my end, and communication with Guru Meditation has been consequently severed temporarily due to our different working hours. Scheduling will return to normal once we have re-organised how to adapt to our new situation.
My own input will also gradually decrease for a short period of time, with Guru Meditation taking charge over news stories. As a university student, I have many more responsibilities including the blog — primarily, I have an honours project to work on. I will still post, but it will be less frequent. As an example, I still have a review for Transformers: Fall of Cybertron pending publication. Yikes! I’ll definitely have to publish that this week, that’s for sure.
It’s quite clear that there’s still a lot of work to be done, especially if you take a look at our videogames section. Come holiday time I’ll be sure to spend hours on end setting that up for everyone. I’ll also start up a couple of features I’ve been contemplating for a while, but only once I’ve organised myself better. However, I will be contributing previews from all my hands-on experiences with any titles I get the chance to try out at Eurogamer. I’ll do some digging and see what information I can uncover from the developers stationed there too.
Hopefully, things will return to normal soon, but please continue to visit us, even after I’ve published the previews. I’ve been working hard to try and keep everything together and establish this place, and I’d like to see it grow further. It’s something I’ve really enjoyed doing, and I don’t intend to quit or spoil it any time soon. I hope you understand.