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Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel Demo Gameplay Trailer

Download the Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel demo for your first sampling of gameplay. Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel which will be available in North America on April 26th and in Europe on April 29th, 2012. Those who will pre-order the game will receive the exclusive Army of TWO The Devil’s Cartel Overkill Edition, which includes three bonus Contracts, plus additional guns and outfits.

This game is a gritty co-op action-shooter that pits two players against the dangers of the Mexican drug war. Together, you and your partner must shoot and destroy anything in your path to take down a violent drug cartel that’s taken over Mexico.

Built on the new Frostbite 2 engine, Overkill mode offers the devastating power needed to unleash epic mass destruction at any time. You can experience the game in two-player local split-screen or online co-op.Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel is being developed by Visceral Games for PS3 and Xbox 360.


Castlevania Fishing Virus On This Week’s Euro eShop


Nano Assault EX

Nintendo is taking a back row to the massive releases this week by only providing a select few releases for their digital eShop downloads. European customers will have to wait a bit for new Wii U content, as games are focused on the Nintendo 3DS for now.

Most notably, Castelvania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate will be available as a full title for download, starting Friday instead of the rest of the update that happens on Thursday. For €44.99, players can take on an adventure with a whip in hand, as they venture into the new 3D world of Castlevania, while retaining a 2D perspective. If you’re unsure whether this world is one for you, we have some words in our recent preview.

Legend Of The River KingAlso on 3DS, the miniature shoot ‘em up Nano Assault EX will be available for a smaller price of €14.99. A ship travels through a cellular structure and battles the evil diseases within. It has a rather appealing visual style. For a more relaxed experience, you can purchase Legend of the River King for just €4.99. It’s like the Harvest Moon series, except with a lot of fishing involved. Aside from just catching fish, players can also sell them at market or breed them to create new evolutions.

Finally, the Wii adds Metal Slug 4 for 900 Wii points. Continuing a tradition to add the Neo Geo era to its platform, the Wii hereby receives one of the most hectic side-scrolling action franchises ever created.


Scientists propose DE-STAR to protect Earth from asteroids



BARELY a month after the White House rejected a petition to build a Death Star, a group of Californian scientists have pushed the idea forward again.

Instead of blasting rebellious planets, their proposed DE-STAR project is intended to be a “realistic” project to vaporise asteroids that pose a threat to Earth.

They’ve chosen the timing of their pitch well after last week’s meteor explosion over Russia and a close shave with a potential killer asteroid.

University of California physicist Philip M. Lubin and California Polytechnic State University researcher Gary B. Hughes unveiled a series of proposals for their Directed Energy Solar Targeting of Asteroids and exploRation (DE-STAR for short).

While not quite at the scale or strength of its Star Wars namesake, some of the proposals get close. And they’re designed to be more realistic than the Kickstarter campaign to build a Death Star replica.

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Sony PlayStation 4 launch


By 11pm this evening, the Hammerstein Ballroom at Manhattan Center Studios in New York will be thronged with specially-invited tech journalists.

Those lucky few have been invited by Sony to what promises to be the biggest launch in gaming since Microsoft revealed the XBox 360: the launch of the PS4.

Follow the hotly-anticipated PlayStation announcement with Adam Jacques on our live blog from 11pm tonight

But the console manufacturer has refused to confirm widespread rumours that the latest version of its PlayStation will be launched.

What will it be? It’s hard to know. The territory is unknown because developers have been so fixated on the PS3 and Xbox 360. But this is beginning to change.

At E3 in 2012 Ubisoft showed Watch Dogs and LucasArts gave us Star Wars 1313. They were games that weren’t possible. Watch Dogs gave us a guy who could control the city’s infrastructure via his…

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Gangstar 3 : Rio ity of Saints Android Apk download



The acclaimed Gangstar series is back on Android devices to offer you a whole new place to have criminally good fun!
You’ll never experience a better way to discover Rio de Janeiro! 
For the first time ever in a sandbox game, explore the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Discover 5 different neighborhoods including the favelas, business district, beaches and jungle. 
Also, for the first time in the Gangstar series, explore indoor environments fully realized in 3D. 
Over 60 varied missions to complete, plus dozens of random events to give you hours of fun. 
Kill corrupt politicians, protect witnesses, deliver special packages, steal cars and find out who tried to kill you and leave you for dead. 
Access a wide range of weapons like handguns, rifles, bazookas and grenades plus a new…

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Crysis 3 trailer sends Nano-man into space


Crysis’ playable, rubbery nano-fellow is left maximum screwed by the final scenes of the latest Crysis 3 trailer, which strand him in space with nothing to shoot. If his suit has Twitter, he can @mentionCommander Chris Hadfield for a pick-up, otherwise he’ll be forced to latch on to a passing alien mothership and earn a shot at obliterating the alien menace for good.

It looks like there may be an interstellar finale in store, but much of the game will be about shooting men ‘n mechs on Earth. You’ll get plenty of that from the first four minutes of the latest trailer, which you’ll find below.

Crysis 3 is out next week, on February 19 in the US, February 21 in Australia, and February 22 in Europe.

Source: PCGamer

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