Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2 News
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Ubisoft might have just recently shipped Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction, and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is on the horizon, but that doesn’t mean the publisher is sitting on its Clancy-loving laurels. “At this moment I’m working on two Tom Clancy games which have just gone in...
E3 2009 Microsoft Press Luncheon: On Demand Service Coming To XBLA In August, New In-Game Avatar Content On The Way
The Feed’s Patrick Klepek sends his love to y'all from the Microsoft press luncheon, and here is a quick rundown of some of the products and services that have been shown thus far. It looks as though On Demand gaming is coming to XBLA in August. The service is expected to launch with over 30 titles including Mass Effect, Bioshock,...
Variety has posted a list of 2008's ten most rented games, courtesy of Rentrak. There are some interesting tidbits here. Despite the Wii having a much larger installed base, the top five spots belong to Xbox 360 games. In fact, Microsoft's console dominates the list, with only a few Wii titles and no PlayStation 3 titles to be found. Anyway,...
Microsoft's Captain Marketing Major Nelson has released a trio of "top 20" lists for the year of 2008. The categories are top Xbox 360 Live titles (based on unique users), top Xbox Live Arcade games (based on full purchases), and the top (original) Xbox Live (based on unique users). Here are the lists! Xbox 360 Top Live Titles ...
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