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Friday August 29, 2008

Team ICO to Unveil New Project at TGS

Since the release of the great Shadow of the Colossus, it has been announced, alongside a lone screenshot, by Famitsu in 2006 that the developers were working on a new project for the PS3. Since then though the project has been very silent and absent from this year’s E3 and GC.
In comes Shuhei Yoshida, head of Sony Worldwide Studio, who said that news should come “very soon”, presumably at TGS. Considering the quality of their former project, we shall eagerly await the announcement.

Rock Band 2 Gets 6 Albums!

It was revealed in an article in this week’s Entertainment Weekly that the game from Harmonix will add six full albums to its song roster. Here is the list:

  • Red Hot Chili Peppers – Blood Sex Sugar Magik
  • Foo Fighters – The Colour and the Shape
  • Jane’s Addiction – Nothing’s Shocking
  • Megadeth – Peace Sells…But Who’s Buying
  • No Doubt – Best of
  • Stevie Ray Vaughn – Texas Flood

The Saga of Ryzom Free

Today the MMORPG became entirely free. So if you’re into online games, if you are looking for an MMO but don’t want to front the cash before you’re sure you like it, or if you just to try something new go ahead and download the game here.

Screens for Still Life 2

Still Life was a successful adventure game developed by French studio Game Consulting. Its sequel, set to come out in November, will let you take the role of Victoria MacPherson, a detective who will go to Maine to check on a gruesome murder. You will also be able to control Journalist Paloma Hernandez.

Square Enix Bids for Tecmo

Even though they announced yesterday that Ninja Gaiden II had sold more than a million units Tecmo has been having troubles including lawsuits and resignations.
Today the RPG giant made a friendly $200M bid for the company to “rescue Tecmo” according to Yoichi Wada, president of Square Enix.

Rumor of the Week

The story comes from famous Japanese magazine Famitsu so it may hold some truth to it. Capcom is working on a Resident Evil 2 remake for the Wii that will include new creatures, new puzzles… The real story is that is will use the Resident Evil 4 engine!
If one thing’s for sure it’s that Capcom are masters at milking a franchise.

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