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July Cover Revealed: The Next Gears Of War
Usually, we like to reveal the name and final cover art for our upcoming issue's cover story the Thursday before it hits subscribers. This time we're saving the full unveiling of the game's title until Monday during Microsoft's E3 press conference, but we can confirm that our next cover is the new installment in the Gears of War series and is coming to Xbox 360
I still don't know how the pawn system works. Marerent ba pawn ko even if I'm offline? I can only log-on Live paminsan-minsan.
Anway, my gamertag is: isengrin. My pawn's name is Ermelyn - Monicker: Fox. She's a level 27 or 28 sorcerer. Hindi pa ako ganong kalayo sa game.
yo guys what do you think of this new controller?
i think the original is better
Dance Central 3 and other Kinect-powered titles debuted for Xbox 360
The latest iteration of Harmonix's dance game series, one of the biggest-selling exclusives for Xbox 360 Kinect, releases this fall with Dance Central 3. It will feature dance moves from the "70s, '80s, '90s, '00s and beyond."
Microsoft's E3 presentation also debuted Splinter Cell: Blacklist, a new entry for Ubisoft's stealth-focused third-person shooter coming in Spring 2013. Its new Kinect features allow players to attract enemies' attention and call in air strikes with their own voices.
Microsoft E3 2012 Press Conference: In a Nutshell
The Microsoft pre-E3 2012 press conference took place this morning, and, as expected, the company made a slew of announcements to tide over the crowd, both with existing projects and new ones. So we thought we’d break it down in a thumbs up/thumbs down process, talking about what worked and what could’ve used more work…
Halo 4 gameplay footage= thumbs up, indeed. 343 Industries is doing a lot more with this footage than we could’ve ever expected, including up-close battles that get really visceral and cool alien technology that really delivers a bang for its buck. The secondary visor tech looks swanky too, as you can track enemies and fortify your position as such.
The introduction of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist= mostly thumbs up. This new Splinter Cell game looks more like a prequel than a sequel, with Fisher taking part in some new action digs overseas, marking and executing targets like a pro as he rushes around the stage. The only thing keeping it from a full thumbs up? Nolan North replacing Michael Ironside. Who made that call? At least Spies versus Mercs is coming back.
FIFA 13 and Madden NFL 13 Kinect integration= thumbs down. While it’s cool to argue with the ref over a call and risk a yellow card (profanity allowed if you must), it just seems kind of gimmicky, without any real feeling of “being” in the game. Plus, Joe Montana? Was Peyton Manning not available? This is SportsTalk Football all over again.
Fable: The Journey trailer= thumbs down. Still not sold on the game, no matter how cinematic the trailer gets. Plus, without Molyneux to justify it…
Gears of War: Judgment trailer= Thumbs up. No gameplay footage, but we’re intrigued by the cinemas they showed. Plus, Cole Train, baby!
Forza Horizon trailer= thumbs up. We’re interested in the new direction this series is taking, even if it looks a hell of a lot like Need For Speed.
Bing presentation= thumbs kinda up. The multi-language support is cool, but are we really gonna sit around and talk to Bing all day? Plus it’s great to see Machinima make the cut, giving users something to do now that Inside Xbox is history.
NBA and other sports on Xbox= huge thumbs up. The 24 hour live programming for ESPN is a bold move, and the NBA and NHL services are icing on the cake. We want to slap pucks baby!
Xbox music= thumbs in the middle. Sounds interesting, but didn’t Zune kind of do this?
Nike Kinect Trainer= thumbs in the middle. Could be an intriguing workout program unlike any other. Or it could be EA Sports Active 2.0. You decide.
SmartGlass technology= Thumbs mostly up. Looks like Wii U but without the need to buy a whole bunch of tech gear. Still, do we really use our tablets that much? We need to get outside…
Internet Explorer on Xbox Live= thumbs in the middle. It’s nice to have a browser but, honestly, we already have computers. Still, it IS Windows 8…
New Tomb Raider trailer= thumbs up. Say what you want about the “Unchartedness” of it all, or how over the top it gets, but it looks and (probably) feels like the Tomb Raider of old, all over again. We’re intrigued.
New game announcements= thumbs up. Nice to see Signal back and working on something new; Lococycle from Twisted Pixel should be nothing short of awesome; and Matter has that sort of Portal 2 vibe to it. Count me in.
Resident Evil 6 gameplay footage= thumbs up. Looks like an amazing sequel all around, and the promise of Xbox exclusive gameplay footage should do the trick. BOOM!
South Park: The Stick of Truth= thumbs way up. Game looks like fun, and you can import yourself into it with character customization. Plus, Trey Parker and Matt Stone made fun of Microsoft AT THEIR OWN CONFERENCE. That, folks, is win.
Dance Central 3 announcement and performance= thumbs in the middle. Usher did a good job with his performance, but, really, Dance Central 3? It better have some sort of breakdancing mode.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2= thumbs up. Not as good as the Halo 4 footage (what is?!) but still lots of fun, especially when you blow up enemies in a freakin’ jet.
Overall, a mostly good show. A couple of surprises and some announcements, but the real star of the show? Obviously Halo 4. We’re eager for that like hotcakes.
Looking forward to Dance Central 3 for Xbox 360 Kinect?
Pasensya na kung medyo pang-engot yung tanong ko pero di ko alam kung saan ko itatanong eh hahah.... anyway,
Pwede ba i-modify yung xbox para makabasa ng hindi orig na bala or hindi pwede?
balak ko kasi magpabili ng xbox sa US kasi mas mura, kaso ang mahal ng orig na bala eh.
Nung bumili din ako dati ng xbox (nag over the bakod na ako sa ps3. hehe) balak ko din nung una ipa-modify kasi mahal nga ng bala pero nag research muna ako kung ano magiging epekto nun sa console ko. Kaya ayun, mas pinili ko na lang mag go legit kesa sa magkaroon ng mamahaling door stopper (keninong linya nga ulit to? pahiram muna. ). Tumagal din ng almost 2 years yung xbox kong yun bago ako nag ps3. Kahit 1 beses di pumalya. kinakaya ang 15-18 hours na walang patayan.
May mga nagbebenta naman ng murang games ngayon. Ranging from 300 to 1K+, dipende kung gaano na katagal yung game. Or gawin mo bili ka ng brand new, yung kalalabas pa lang na game tapos ibenta mo kagad pag natapos mo. Siguradong may bibili nyan kagad tapos yung napag-bentahan mo eh dagdagan mo na lang ng konti pambili ng bagong laro. Or pwede mo ding i-trade yan.