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Posted by David Collins on July 15, 2009

Daily Gaming Tidbits 07/15/09

  • The staff at 360Junkies recently played Rocket Riot with the developer, CodeGlue. If you haven’t played it, do so! You can see my review here.  We had our recap posted here a few days ago, but CodeGlue posted their recap today. They had a such a good time playing us, that they decided to join the forums. So, if you want to chat with them or just be apart of a solid gaming community, I urge you to sign up today. It is free you know…
  • Valkyria Chronicles, arguably one of the best games to be released on the PS3 & certainly the best RPG to launch on that platform is getting a sequel, Valkyria Chronicles 2. This comes from the latest Famitsu magazine to be scanned onto the net thanks to PS3Center. See the scans here
  • Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao will be released sometime this August for 1200MP ($15) from Blitz Games for Xbox LIVE Arcade & Playstation Network. Blitz Games also brought us the Burger King games & Droplitz (you can see my review of Droplitz here…)
  • I let you know the other day that the DLC for the PS3 version of Fallout 3 was being pushed back to September. One bit of good news for those waiting on the ‘Game of the Year’ Edition is that the delays will not affect it’s release. It’s still set to hit retail in October…
  • Microsoft has some broad plans for Project Natal. They are aiming for it to be used everywhere possible, including Windows based PCs. Obviously until they officially announce something, it’s all R&D. But Bill Gates himself said that they are heading in that direction. Can you imagine Milo jacked into your PC?…
  • Can you hear it? I think the utters are drying up. Capcom is once again milking their cash cow affectionately names Resident Evil. This time, they are putting Resident Evil 4 on……the iPhone. Yeah, I said the same thing…
  • James Silva, developer of the indie hit The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai & arguably one of the most recognizable success stories of Microsoft’s XNA community development platform, posted an interesting piece on his site regarding his take on the complaints about XNA & the Xbox 360’s Community Games. Check it out here
  • Realtime Worlds upcoming title, APB, will feature Last.fm support. This means that players will be able to listen to their favorite music when playing…

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