New video game releases in May 2012 belong to Payne. Rockstar Games is bringing back everyone’s favorite brooding, dual-wielding, painkiller-addicted cop Max Payne, and the month rightfully revolves around him. Rockstar releases are almost national holidays at
Capcom has just announced the Resident Evil 6 Premium Edition, which has to be the most expensive video game special edition of all time. It costs 105,000 yen, which sounds like a lot of money and it certainly is- $1291.50 by this morning’s exchange rate.
By now most everyone is sick of Tower Defense games. They seem the go-to genre for smaller developers and we’ve been inundated with subpar entries, perhaps because it’s easy to think of a new gimmick or theme for them and slap right on. In my mind nothing much has bested Desktop Tower Defense, the original browser game which almost single-handedly kicked off the popularity of the style, although there have been a few notable exceptions like Plants Vs. Zombies and Pixeljunk Monsters.
Get past the silly name and you’ll find out that Ridge Racer Unbounded is one of the best of the series. While it doesn’t feature open world gameplay like the title infers, if you prefer arcade-style racers (as I do) you’ll definitely enjoy this game, which features an amount of destruction far beyond previous installments.
It’s been a while since we’ve had a new Rock Band game. After Rock Band 3, people wondered where Harmonix could take their wildly popular music series and it turns out there was only one way to go – backwards.
2K Sports has just announced that their $1 Million Perfect Game Challenge will kick off at 9:00AM PST this morning and continue through April 20th at 11:59PM PST. Eight players who pitch perfect games will win an all-expense-paid trip to NYC in May for a live single elimination tournament at the MLB FanCave to determine the final winner.
Was there any question on the popularity of the Halo series? Bungie, makers of the Halo franchise, just released stats from the series that claims that over 20 billion Halo games have been played over 85 million days. So says this infographic that Bungie released to celebrate their achievements with the game and to hand over the series that made the game developers famous.
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