If your into fantasy RPG’s you should check out Divinity 2: Ego Draconis. A demo for the Divine Divinity sequel is now available on Xbox Live everywhere, with the exception of Japan.
A little about Divinity 2: Ego Draconis from dtp entertainment AG and Larian Studios:
Divinity 2: Ego Draconis is a ground breaking, story-based action role playing game that combines a truly stunning, free roaming world just waiting to be explored, with exhilarating aerial and ground based combat.
SouthPeak Games has announced that Dementium II will be released in North America on February 16, 2010 and in Europe on March 5, 2010. I gotta say after playing the first one on my DS I am not looking forward to this one. Not because it’s bad but because it’s creepy!
Here’s a summary of Dementium II from SouthPeak Games:
“Dementium II continues to push the horror experience by melding FPS action and puzzles with a story and ambience that will have players on the edge of their seats. New wrinkles to gameplay, all new weapons, dual wielding items, improved interface and save system, and mind-boggling environments promise to engage gamers and spawn fear the likes of which some never thought possible.”
EA Mobile has recently released Need for Speed SHIFT for the iPhone and iPod touch. Details from EA Mobile:
“Racers can hop into the driver’s seat in 20 of the fastest, hottest, most powerful cars in the world in Need for Speed SHIFT, and compete on stretches of asphalt in Chicago, London, and Tokyo in up to 28 street and pro racing events. Players can also enjoy upgrade features, such as top speed, handling, acceleration, and nitrous boosts. The all-new driver profile is the ultimate extension of the true driver’s experience, giving each player a unique persona based on their racing skills and style. Driver profiles can impact a player’s overall career progression, even affecting how they unlock cars. In Need for Speed SHIFT, it’s all about being in control while pushing yourself to the edge. How you drive is who you are behind the wheel.”
Looks like we win and with Microsoft’s help. After first releasing the 360 Live iPhone app for $1.99 and subsequently being talked to by Microsoft, creator Xavier Larrea has released a free version on the iTunes App Store. As the app now complies with Microsoft’s policy that all Xbox Live apps should be free, 360 Live should be here to stay.
I know, I know why am I posting news about the iPhone here. Well I want to say as an iPhone owner I am excited by the prospect of a 64gb or 120gb model. I am however not looking forward to the pricing. The main reason I am posting this is because Toshiba announced that it’s managed to cram 64GB of NAND flash memory onto a single chip. Be advised this is just speculation/rumour on my part right now about these iPhone models.