Today Ubisoft release news that South Korean Music sensation Psy’s Gangnam Style will be available as DLC for Just Dance 4. Now unless you’ve been under a rock or living with out electricity for the last couple of months you’ve either seen, heard or watched Psy TV or the internet. Gangnam Style has ranked up over 480 Million (yes 480 Million) views on YouTube and the video have launched parodies and covers from the likes of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Oregon Ducks Marching Band and the Stratford Festival Casts of 42nd St and Pirates of Penzance.
Psy was quoted in the Ubisoft release as saying “Gangnam Style and Just Dance 4, I can’t wait to see all the YouTube videos”.
Imagine this in your living room – maybe with a few less Horses…
Oppa Gangnam Style!
Gangnam Style will be available in November 2012. Download details and pricing will be similar to previous Just Dance DLC. For the latest information on Just Dance 4, please visit: www.justdancegame.com.
Have you ever wanted to have children or build your own home in Skyrim? A place you can hang up your armor and relax in? On Sept 4th you can with the newest DLC chapter titled Hearthfire.
As demonstrated in this just-released video, Hearthfire allows you to purchase land and build your own home from the ground up – from a simple one-room cottage to a sprawling compound complete with armory, alchemy laboratory, and more. Choose your land, customize your house, guard it from unwanted visitors, and turn your house into a home by adopting children.
Hearthfire will be available for download for 400 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE® on September 4. For more information on The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim or Hearthfire please visit www.elderscrolls.com
I’m not much of an XBL Arcade guy, but I can’t get enough zombies let alone The Walking Dead so this series was a natural fit for me. After burning through the first 2 episodes, am I still ravenous for more? In short…YES!
The wizards at Telltale Games had the dubious task of putting players into the world that Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard crafted and they did so by building an Episodic game that puts the player in the role of Lee Everett, a man who we’re introduced to as he’s being hauled off to prison after being convicted of murder a state Senator. In usual fashion, we won’t go into too much detail on the story so as to preserve the integrity of the game for those of you who haven’t yet ad the opportunity to experience it.
The games mechanics are simple but somehow feel refined in a way that lend themselves well game. Simply put, move the character around with the thumb sticks, press the correct button over hotspots that pop up in the on screen target and pick your responses to character dialogue scenes. As a kid in the 80s, choose your own adventure books were a staple in my house, what Telltale did was take that concept and turn it into a videogame which works amazingly well and lends to the need for multiple play throughs as your dialogue decisions can directly affect the way the story plays out and how people will react to you as a character.
The graphics feel as though they were lifted directly from the pages of the comic books which in my opinion is incredible. I loved the overall feel of the package from the graphics, to the moody sound editing and overall feel of desperation and fear that came with the game. I’m of the opinion that Capcom can learn a thing or 2 from this series and the story telling that goes along with it – or just hire Telltale to do a proper Resident Evil game.
Much like the TV and comic series, at the end of each episode, I found myself clamoring for more. So much so that I started Episode 1 over again when I finished Episode 2 just to see how different things can play out with different decisions.
– Multiple choices can directly change the outcome of the game
– Much moodier and more exciting than the last 2 Resident Evil games
– Sound Editing was fantastic
– I would like for the episodes to be longer
Feed Your Console give The Walking Dead Game a 9 out of 10
The first official Add on for Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim launches tomorrow on Xbox Live for 1600 MS Points.
“The Vampire Lord Harkon has returned to power. Using the Elder Scrolls, he seeks to do the unthinkable – to end the sun itself. Will you join the ancient order of the Dawnguard and stop him, or will you yourself become a Vampire Lord?
Featuring an all new faction questline, new locations, weapons, creatures and more; the ultimate choice will be yours.”
I for one have been itching to get back to Skyrim but have had so many other games on the go…Now it looks like I have no choice. I can’t wait to play this.
Get ready Gear heads the May car pack for Forza 4 is coming soon and it has a great line up of cars for your driving pleasure. From the super hot Hennessey Venom GT to the stoner/rocker classic, the 1977 AMC Pacer X.
The May Top Gear Car Pack features the following 10 cars:
2012 Hennessey Venom GT – The Venom GT is ambition personified. Designed to beat the Bugatti Veyron’s 0-200 mph time, the car is defined by pure, unadulterated power. The result is impressive—the Venom reaches 0-200 mph in less time than it takes your average car to reach 0-60 mph.
1977 AMC Pacer X – Wayne and Garth never had it so good (Party on Wayne, Party on Garth). With classic 70s style and a 232-cubic-inch, 3.8 litre, inline six, the Pacer X was modest on power, but its legacy lives on today. Take it for a ride in “Forza Motorsport 4,” preferably with “Bohemian Rhapsody” cranked nice and loud.
2011 Ford Transite SuperSportVan – The SuperSportVan is the latest creation in the long-standing series of Ford-built custom fans, which dates back to 1971. Designed to prove that Ford engineers know how to have fun, this version is a one-off design shown at a 2011 UK commercial vehicle show.
2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon – The 2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon is by far the most comfortable and amenity-loaded Wrangler ever. It’s grittier too, with 40 per cent more horsepower than older models, making this Jeep just as comfortable on the track as it is on the trails.
1966 Lotus Cortina – One of the first “race on Sunday, commute on Monday” factory cars, the Lotus Cortina built its reputation both on the tarmac and in folks’ daily lives. Packing 115-horsepower and weighing just over a ton, the Cortina can carry four people in relative comfort, but it’s most happy when being revved high and thrown into a corner with full gusto.
1992 Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 – The turbo-charged Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 is a treasured piece of JDM history. The VR-4 was sold in limited numbers and its four-wheel drive, four-wheel-steering handling highlights technology that caters to a driving experience matched only by much more expensive sedans.
2012 Smart ForTwo – The uncontested winner of the “easy to park” award, the Smart ForTwo is the first micro car to be introduced in the U.S. At just 106-inches long, the ForTwo is by far the smallest production car ever made. It’s a practical, urban errand runner whose looks will always spark a conversation.
1990 Subaru Legacy RS – Putting aside its smaller, quirkier wagons and sedans, Subaru brought new game to dealerships in 1990 with the Legacy RS. More substantial in nearly every respect, the Legacy RS Turbo was the most powerful Subaru model available and still enjoys a strong following among Subie enthusiasts.
2012 Chrysler 300 SRT8 – Packing a huge HEMI under its hood that makes for more than 450 horsepower, the Chrysler 300 SRT8 packs a potent combination of power and sophistication. The 300 will go hit 0-60 in under five seconds and will nail the quarter mile in less than 13 seconds. It might not be what you expect from a Chrysler these days… and that’s precisely the point.
1965 Austin-Healey 3000 MkIII – Hand-crafted beauty and grin-widening performance define the 1965 Austin-Healey 3000 MkIII. With a 147-horsepower, six-cylinder overhead valve engine, the Healey–or “Squealy” as it was often called–delivers an exhilarating open-air ride and grippy cornering.
Just one day after release Ubisoft announces DLC for Assassin’s Creed Revelations, The Ancestors Character Pack, which will feature four new multiplayer characters: the swashbuckling Privateer, the devious siren Corsair, the battle-tested Brigand and the bloodthirsty Gladiator.
The Ancestors Character Pack will be available for download December 13 for $3.99 on the PlayStation®Network and 320 Microsoft Points on XBOX LIVE®. The first two downloadable content packs are available for pre-order today.
The teams from Rare and Big Park Games just released a free game add-on and the first of a series of monthly updates for “Kinect Sports: Season Two.”
Available yesterday, Nov. 7, on Xbox LIVE Marketplace six new sports included in Challenge Pack #1 include:
Baseball: Frantic Fielder – Oil up your mitt and get ready for action! “Frantic Fielder” for Baseball gives all new meaning to playing catch. Fielding an endless stream of balls from a lineup of mascots tests everything from hand-eye coordination to speed. The more you catch the harder it gets – three misses and you’re OUT!
Darts: Smart Shot – Exercise the brain and throwing arm simultaneously with “Smart Shot” for Darts. If hitting the bulls-eye wasn’t challenge enough, try competing against the clock with mathematical puzzles that require a sharp mind and even sharper aim.
Football: Crazy Kicker – As the star kicker in “Crazy Kicker” for Football, you’ll discover the challenge of making a 40-yard field goal with all eyes watching. Account for factors like distance and wind to line up your shot perfectly and score! The crowd and mascots will cheer you on with every amazing goal.
Golf: Champion Chip – “Champion Chip” for Golf takes the short game to a new level. Chip shots become increasingly challenging from different surfaces, distances, and with natural obstacles like wind steering the course.
Skiing: Cool Ringings – Swoosh down the slopes with a license for speed, dodging mascots and ringing the cowbells for extra points in “Cool Ringings” for Skiing. Five different courses help players build their ski legs just in time for ski season.
Tennis: Rapid Returner – Breaking a sweat is easy with “Rapid Returner” for Tennis, where mascots serve up a variety of zingers at increasing speeds to the forehand, backhand, net and baseline. If you’re looking for the ultimate Tennis training game, grab your racquet for and get ready for action.
New game add-ons will be made available each and every month through Spring 2012, with each release including some kind of free content to keep you on the field and in the game.
The first of the Scheduled DLC for Gears of War 3 is almost available (Nov 1) for download and it’s packed with fun things for your multiplayer experiences. This DLC will also additional achievements worth 250 Gamerscore as part of the upgrade.
The DLC will be available for 800 Microsoft Points or for download automatically to consumers who have purchased the “Gears of War 3” Season Pass, which entitles you to the game’s first four game add-ons at a 33 percent discount, the Horde Command Pack includes:
Blood Drive – The Jacinto Medical Plaza was overwhelmed by evacuated citizens after the government-sanctioned Hammer Strikes, and the ensuing riots quickly turned this safe haven into a dangerous inferno. An abundance of high ground and funnelled choke points make this map a returning favourite to Horde.
Rustlung – Once the pride of the Royal Tyran Navy, the foredecks of this decommissioned battleship are now riddled with bullet holes. Any team with the fortitude to hold the exposed central torpedo bay will find that the ship’s Loader has been replaced with a battle-ready Silverback mech suit.
Azura – This island resort was once the exclusive domain of Sera’s educated elite, but the tranquil water gardens and lush foliage have become a hotly contested combat zone. Dual snipers overlook a powerful explosive weapon, while the defensive central platform may be your last resort of retreat.
Command Center – A brand new type of fortification that allows you to call in fire support from sniper teams, mortar strikes and even multiple Hammers of Dawn.
Decoy Upgrade – A new fortification level that turns your decoy into an Onyx Guard bot that will fight in your defense.
Sentry Upgrade – This upgrade adds a fire bolt sentry that deals much more damage and is very effective against Berserkers.
Silverback Upgrade – This advancement allows you to upgrade your Silverback exo-suit with devastating rockets and extra levels of repair cost reduction.
Big Rig Dizzy
New weapon skins:
Sounds like fun regardless if your fighting for the Horde or the COG.