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A new patch will give you some cool enhancements for your
City of Heroes
The "flashback" ability will allow you to go back in time and "participate in exciting events from the history of Paragon City and the Rogue Isles. Heroes and villains can also use this feature to play or replay hundreds of missions from earlier in the game," according to Matt Miller, lead developer for both
City of Heroes and City of Villains.
In addition to flashback, there is also a new weapon customization tool. All of this in a free update!
Rolling Stone is reporting that Metallica might be debuting their new single through our new favorite game.
"There are a couple of things we've committed to, one of them with Metallica for example. They've reserved the right to give us their first single from their new album for the game," said MTV SVP Paul DeGooyer.
This should be a lot of fun if we start seeing new music debut through rhythm games. We've come a long way from the days of DDR 2nd Mix, and not knowing any of the music.
Believe it or not, MTV has made a good decision. There will be no TV series based on the wildly fun and successful game. We have seen rhythm games try and pull off TV series before, and it has never been successful, in the US or Japan. Luckily this will be one of those times we won't have to watch something great get soiled by a stupid idea.
The exciting prospect of
Star Trek Online is now over. The developer of the game, Perpetual Entertainment, was recently purchased, and the new owners want to take the game in a new direction. That direction? Casual.
Now, do you know any Trek fans that are
casual fans? Not I. Therefore, can you imagine a successful casual Trek game? I'll guess it's the same answer.
Unfortunately, most of the people working on the game have quit because they can see the stupidity. Oh well.