Phoenix Wright is back on the Nintendo DS and with him comes new cases to solve when the new game – Ace Attorney: Trials And Tribulations is released October 3rd. The game has all new mysteries that need to be solved and brings back all of the character that we love from the series.
In the game you will take the role of the defense lawyer – Phoenix Wright as you work hard to find justice for your clients. It doesn’t matter if this will be your first time playing the game or if you are a true fan because you will enjoy the thrill it takes to win your cases.
We just can’t help but be excited about the newly released demo for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and it looks as if most people agree with us. LucasArts bragged today that the demo was able to break all of the previous download records for Xbox Live.
They stated that during the first eight days that it was released the demo received over a million downloads. Those numbers combined with the number of people from the PlayStation Network version it is a total of 2.3 million people. With this large amount of people we can only imagine how the sales will be when the full version of the game is finally released September 16th on the Xbox 360, PS2 and 3, and Nintendo Wii.
We have some great news for all of you Halo fans. There are rumors circulating the net that we will get a chance to play Halo 4. The only difference is that Gearbox will not be the creators of it.
Sources stated that Corrine Yu – who once worked for Gearbox – has transferred to Microsoft and will be the Principle Engine Programmer for Halo 4. She joined the Microsoft team only last week after helping to finish Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway for Gearbox.
Xbox 360 owners are not the only ones who will be getting a small treat this year when they are given the chance to download content for Grand Theft Auto IV. PS3 owners will also be getting the chance to download content for Bioshock. Bioshock is being released a whole year later then what was planned.
The special ‘Challenge Rooms’ will be revealed only three days after the game is released (on October 24th) in the form of a special DLC. It will also “supplement a new difficulty Survivor difficulty mode and Trophy support.” But that isn’t the best part. We have it on god authority that this special treatment will be exclusive to the PS3 version of the game.
Angelina Jolie was the first person in line when it came to the first two ‘Laura Croft: Tomb Raider’ movies – but now it’s time for a new woman to take her place. One with more experience.
Eidos – the Tomb Raider publisher – stated this week that they will be using someone who is able to perform the acrobatic stunts that the Tomb Raider performs in the game. Before now they have chosen models and actresses – but this time the 23 year old gymnast Alison Carroll will be the newest and possibly best choice.