Archive for the ‘Xbox360’ category

Virtua Tennis 3 Demo Available on Xbox Live Marketplace

March 18, 2007

The VT3 is up on XBL, so be sure to check it out if got a 360.


REZ Coming to Xbox Live Arcade!!

March 2, 2007

According to the rumours section in the latest issue of EGM, REZ will be coming to Xbox Live arcade. This is in addition to another game that Tetsuya Mizuguchi  was involved in, Every Extend Extra.


Virtua Tennis 3 First Native 1080p Xbox 360 Game

February 10, 2007

While the Xbox 360 can upconvert any of it’s games to 1080p, non have ever been natively rendered at that res. Virtua Tennis 3 is set to be the very first game on that system to be rendered natively in 1080p, similar to the PS3 version. Great job, Sumo Digital!


 UPDATE: Smelly ‘ol EA have tried to take away Virtua Tennis’  1080p thunder by announcing that the upcoming NBA Street game on 360 will be the first 1080p game. VT3 is still going to be 60fps though while EA’s game is at 30fps.

Sega Rally Revo Screens

January 17, 2007

IGN have posted screens from Sega Rally Revo for the PS3 and Xbox360.

Click here

Virtua Fighter 5 Release Dates Set

December 20, 2006

 Virtua Fighter 5

The release dates are set for the Playstation 3 versions of Virtua Fighter 5.

  • Japan: Feb 8th 2007
  • US: Feb 20th 2007
  • Europe: PS3 Launch Title
  • UPDATE: Xbox 360 version in 2007!

Sega Hires Obsidian Entertainment to Handle Aliens RPG

December 13, 2006

Sega have signed  Obsidian Entertainment, the devs behind Knights of the Old Republic 2 and Neverwinter Nights 2, to develope an RPG based Sega’s recently aquired license to the Aliens movie series.

The strange thing though is that Sega were previously said to have Obsidian co-develope an RPG (code-name Project Georgia) based on new intellectual property for the PC, Xbox360 and PS3. So this could mean they’ve either switched from new IP to Aliens, or they’re actually working on two projects with Sega.

SEGA® of America Inc. and SEGA® Europe Ltd. today announced that Obsidian Entertainment will create a role-playing game based on the Alien film franchise with license from Twentieth Century Fox Licensing & Merchandising. This title will be developed for the next-generation systems and the PC.

Obsidian Entertainment draws upon their wealth of design knowledge creating successful games such as the best-selling Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: Sith Lords and the award-winning Neverwinter Nights 2 to bring the Alien franchise to role-playing gamers for the first time. The role playing game will build upon the distinctive look and feel of the original films while utilizing next-generation technology to create an entirely different and unique Alien experience.

“With Obsidian Entertainment’s development pedigree, they were our first choice to bring the Alien franchise to the RPG universe,” said Simon Jeffery, President and COO, SEGA of America, Inc. “They are the only developer for us that could effectively combine the Alien mythology with compelling RPG gameplay to create the ultimate Alien experience.”

“We are thrilled to be working with the great production and publishing teams at SEGA to deliver the ultimate in-depth Alien experience to gamers worldwide,” said Feargus Urquhart, CEO of Obsidian Entertainment. “Building an epic RPG with a license as heralded as the Alien franchise is truly a great honor.”

From Strategy Informer

New Sega Horror Game for PS3/Xbox360 From Developer Silicon Knights?

December 8, 2006

Sega of America were sending out emails to people asking them to participate in a survey, from the questions asked it appeared to concern a horror game for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.

In addition to the typical video game survey questions (what systems do you own etc), they ask you to choose the best match of four title names to a brief summary of the story.

The story (this is all from memory) is about some person who gains great power and is then seduced by it. The titles they give you a choice of are The Gift, The Box,  Crucible, and The Sacrament.

On the neogaf forums it being said that this game is actually a game that’s been in developement for over a year, by non other than Silicon Knights, known as The Box.