The week so far has seen quite a lot of gaming activity, and a few gaming rumours coming true. Here's a roundup of the latest gaming news around:
EA cancels new Bourne game, puts Starbreeze on new Syndicate game instead
This rumour has been circulating around the web for a few weeks now, but it has now been confirmed. EA has told Starbreeze to put a hold on the Bourne game they were developing, and pushed them to use their talents on Project Redlime instead, a game that everybody thinks will be a new Syndicate game. While the Bourne game was described by Starbreeze to still be in its “pre-production phase”, the developers said they were eager to focus on Project Redlime, a “game [that] is already in full production”.
The 2008 game by Vivendi Games
This move by EA comes after the company acquired a 10-year license with the Robert Ludlum estate last year, and fuels speculation as to the solidity of the deal. EA had acquired the license from Vivendi Games, which had released the Bourne Conspiracy for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2008, to a dismal response.
A screenshot from Syndicate Wars
Syndicate was an action game developed by Bullfrog productions that was considered ahead of its time, putting the player in charge of private military company or “militant global corporation” in a futuristic world, and featured downloadable maps, apart from unprecedented blasé violence of frequent civilian casualties.
Looks like F.E.A.R 3 is in the pipeline, and it might be called F.3.A.R
Below is the cover art of a new title byMonolith Productions, as seen in a Spanish magazine. Looks like F.E.A.R may have a new sequel, which is great news for diehard fans of the franchise.
As seen in a Spanish magazine
Prince Of Persia\: The Forgotten Sands – new screen shots
Check out the latest screenshots of the soon-to-be-released Prince of Persia game, The Forgotten Sands, which will be a “midquel”, with the story chronologically between The Sands of Time and The Warrior Within. See the images in the photo gallery at the end of the article.
More images below!
Gran Tourismo 5 Night Racing Trailer
Sony and Polyphony Digital's Gran Tourismo racing simulation franchise has obsessed gamers from across the world for over decade, and the latest greatest - GT5Where to buy 17990 - will release in Q3 this year, and will feature over 950 cars, 20 courses, 70 variations, along with the newest hybrid cars and electric cars, a new physics engine, a new in-cockpit view, and HD support.