FPSWin reports on an informative video surfacing from the YouTube Call of Duty community. Many hardcore gamers in the FPS genre have noticed for a long time now that the COD series is becoming, or to some extent has always been, a truly watered down formula. The main purpose of this video, which was created by iFen0m, is to show the broken down map design found in the latest COD game, Modern Warfare 3. Check out the video for yourself. Be on the lookout for more from our own RealGamerNewz archives soon!
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Like how your cable box glitches and struggles to change channels without latency? Oh. Well Microsoft doesn’t either apparently. They are working with integration on their newly purchased company VideoSurf (rumored to have cost them $100 million) to enable a Bing video search to work over their newly announced Internet Protocol Television solution. To translate that into english: your Xbox 360 can become your cable box with this new service, hypothetically.
GamaSutra also identifies a number of “40 major entertainment partners, including Comcast, Verizon, HBO, Syfy and Bravo.”
We will find out when Microsoft brings out their next dashboard update and entertainment service upgrades what this is really going to be like. For now we wait and watch Netflix teetering on a crash and burn if Microsoft can knock this out of the park for Xbox Live.
It was only a matter of time for some one to approach the cable companies for programming in a streaming, on-demand fashion, but will it be enough to compete with the industry-leading Blu-Ray standard and the PlayStation Store’s superior number of major hollywood film publishers?
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Every year holiday shopping takes place. New users flood into the gaming industry and holiday shoppers may or may not know the current state of the game industry. One of the many factors going through a buyer’s mind when looking at which console to gift their loved ones is the library of exclusive titles that can only be experienced on each system. Here is a list of this year’s exclusive lineup for the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3. As for which are best and/or most fun, that is all a matter of personal opinion.
Xbox 360 Exclusives for 2011
The Gunstringer – September 2011
Gears of War 3 – September 2011
Rise of Nightmares – September 2011
PowerUp Heroes – October 2011
Forza Motorsport 4 – October 2011
Kinect Sports Season 2 – October 2011
Dance Central 2 – October 2011
Kinect Disneyland Adventures – November 2011
Otomedius Excellent – November 2011
Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary – November 2011
Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster – TBA 2011
Codename D – TBA 2011
Age of Pirates: Captain Blood – TBA 2011
Haunt – TBA 2011
PlayStation 3 Exclusives for 2011
LittleBigPlanet 2 – January 2011
Trinity: Souls of Zill O’ll – February 2011
Hyperdimension Neptunia – February 2011
Killzone 3 – February 2011
MLB 11: The Show – March 2011
Yakuza 4 – March 2011
Ar tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel – March 2011
The Tomb Raider Trilogy – March 2011
PlayStation Move Heroes – March 2011
Socom 4: U.S. Navy Seals – April 2011
Prince of Persia Trilogy – April 2011
MotorStorm Apocalypse – May 2011
Infamous 2 – June 2011
Bleach: Soul Resurreccion – August 2011
No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise – August 2011
Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland – September 2011
Resistance 3 – September 2011
Disgaea 4: A Promise Forgotten – September 2011
God of War: Origins Collection – September 2011
Ico & Shadow of the Colossus Collection – September 2011
White Knight Chronicles II – September 2011
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Classic Trilogy HD – September 2011
Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One – October 2011
Everybody Dance – October 2011
Carnival Island – October 2011
Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest – October 2011
Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception – November 2011
Tekken Hybrid – November 2011
This list is based on confirmed release dates only at the time of this writing. To be announced titles that have not received the “2011” official statement have not been included. Many titles have been delayed to 2011 and will not be featured on this list since this list concerns itself only with the year of 2011.
Downloadable-only games have not been included. Release dates may be subject to change. “Console exclusives” that can be purchased on PC or are ported from Mobile platforms are not included for consideration on this list as they are not truly exclusive since they can be purchased on another platform.
If any truly exclusive titles (not found on ANY other platform) are missing, leave a comment, but don’t expect it to get added to the list unless it is completely legit with a “2011” official statement, retailer placeholder dates and assumptions do not count. All rules for this list apply to each console.
Originally posted on Examiner.com.
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