Mass Effect 3 producer revealed on Twitter that future DLC will be available.
Mike Gamble, producer for Mass Effect 3, recently tweeted, "Would now be a good time to talk about how we're doing more DLC in the future?" After hinting at more DLC for Mass Effect 3, Gamble responded to himself in another tweet saying, "That was a trick question. We'll save the future DLC for future chats. Don't worry though...there's much more."
While no specific details were revealed, Mass Effect 3 fans will find comfort in knowing that the Extended Cut DLC will not be the last of the additions to the game. Drop by the GameWinners Forum to tell us what DLC you want to see.
Even though Crytek told fans to not get their hopes up, a new Facebook petition for a new TimeSplitters game has emerged.
The Facebook group known as "100,000 Strong for TimeSplitters 4" is trying to convince Crytek to continue developing the TimeSplitters 4 game that was put on hold. The group hopes to get at least 100,000 "likes", but they don't want to stop their.
Here is a message from the group's Facebook page:
We are a group trying to convince Crytek to finish developing TimeSplitters 4! Even if it means doing a Kickstarter. (I'd fund that!).. Note: Even though the page is to gain 100k, we'll probably need much more. So dont give up at 100k!
Petitions can be a powerful influence that fans send towards a developer, so "like" the group if you want to see a new TimeSplitters game.
Microsoft is not participating in Gamescom or the Tokyo Game Show this year.
Larry Hryb (AKA Major Nelson on XBL) announced this morning that Microsoft is skipping Gamescom and the Tokyo Game Show this year in order to focus on other events. Here is Hryb's full statement:
As you saw at E3, we have a solid line-up of games launching this holiday, along with other entertainment experiences. We've changed our approach a little, though. This year, Xbox will be focusing on smaller, more localized promotions and experiences for press, partners, retailers and customers around the world. Which means that as you might have seen on some of the news sites today, we won't be taking part in gamescom or Tokyo Games Show this year.
Both are still important shows for the industry, and we do wish the organizers well.
Gamescom and TGS are two of the largest video game events each year. Hopefully Microsoft makes up for their absence in both events.
Former LionHead Chief Promoting New Company's Venture, Which Will Feature 1 Piece of DLC Costing 50,000 GBP ($77,500 USD).
In what can only be called another "Molyneux Moment," the former head of Microsoft development house LionHead today unveiled some of the basic plans for the first game from the new independent company, 22 Cans, which has been entitled Curiosity.
According to Molyneux, the game will feature a single virtual room, with a black cube that all users will chip away at. Eventually, the black cube will break, revealing something "truly amazing, absolutely unique" and only the person responsible for breaking the cube will get to see this wondrous thing.
The catch? During the course of the chiseling, players will be able to purchase a limited number of chisels, which will increase the player's tapping strength. As you might have guessed, one of these chisels, which only one player will be able to buy, will sell for an estimated $77,500 USD. This will give the user 100,000 times the tapping strength of a standard chisel, but of course, there's no guarantee that this chisel will break through the cube, nor that anyone will actually purchase it.
Molyneux is expecting this portion of the game to be unveiled within the next six weeks, leading to the full and final game which is set to be released within the next two years.