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Soul Calibur 4 Review/Summary, PS3 & XB360

2 09 2008

Namco’s latest instalment to the Sour Calibur series - Soul Calibur IV, on the PS3 and Xbox 360. Is it worth the purchase? Read on, and you decide.

Soul Calibur Logo

If you’re a Soul Calibur fan, you’ll certainly know that like any other Soul Calibur game you’ve played in the past, the story mode is short and pretty uninteresting. Depending on the character you choose to play as, the story will slightly change; you may fight different bosses or perhaps play in a different arena – that’s all, lets move on.

Soul Calibur

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GTA IV official maps leaked!

27 03 2008

6 photos of the map which comes with the PS3 version of GTA IV have been leaked.

2 of the photos display the controls for the game, on foot and in vehicle. You can clearly see the map and it’s general surrounding environment.

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4 new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare maps + screen shots!

14 03 2008

Update: Official footage from the map “Chinatown” has been released!

Check out the video below:


If you didn’t know already, Infinity Ward are going to be releasing 4 new playable maps for the PS3, 360 and PC.

The new maps are rumored to be released in spring time, for a small price around £4.99. I’m sure if you’re an avid CoD4 player like me, you really won’t be bothered about the price!

The 4 new maps being released are called Broadcast, Creek, Chinatown and Killhouse. Here’s the details:

Broadcast is taken from one of the missions in the single player side of the game. From the multi-pathed main level leading into the large main room filled with cubicles to small hallways leading upstairs to the second floor, packed with even more hallways and rooms, all the way up to the roof, you can bet there will be firefights waiting around every corner. With a map being so much based inside, you can bet you’ll be killed far less by airstrikes and helicopters than you would in an outdoor based map.

Broadcast preview:

Call of Duty 4 New map - Broadcast

The second map being published by Infinity Ward is call Creek. At the first look of this map I see some resemblance from the map Overgrown. This is a large outdoor map with a few houses located on one side of it. Cutting through the middle of the map is a ravine with the “Creek” running right along it’s bottom. There’s also a large cave at some point leading out of the ravine. With all these levels and undergrowth abounding this map will be a snipers delight.

Creek Preview:

Call of Duty 4 new map - Creek

The other two will be Chinatown, which is pretty self-explanatory, and Killhouse, which is a “bonus” map that we didn’t get any hard details on (though we were told to think of the single-player campaign’s initial training level as a reference). The map pack will be available on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in the coming months for an unspecified price. But interestingly, Infinity Ward hasn’t decided how the maps will be distributed on the PC, where players are much more expectant of postrelease bonus content being released for free. Realistically, Call of Duty 4’s multiplayer is so absurdly good that would have gladly handed over cash for whatever maps the designers could have phoned in–so we’re especially glad to see them putting so much time and care into this first release.