Today's (formerly) LIVE Destructoid Show covers important issues such as copies of Mass Effect 3 being jettisoned into space, and Max's hands-on time with Sleeping Dogs (formerly True Crime: Hong Kong).
Today's (formerly) LIVE Destructoid Show covers important issues such as copies of Mass Effect 3 being jettisoned into space, Ubisoft's overcharging of PS Vita titles, some new Max Payne 3 footage, and Max's hands-on time with Sleeping Dogs (formerly True Crime: Hong Kong). If that wasn't enough, watch us try to play Rhythm Heaven Fever!
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Using weather balloons, Electronic Arts is sending copies of ME3 to space, complete with GPS devices attached. The games -- which are being released from New York, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Berlin, London, and Paris -- will apparently be trackable from the official website, though I'm not seeing it yet. (Jordan Devore)
The Playstation Vita isn't even out yet, but already we've got reports of a few things to get angry about. For starters, Ubisoft is charging $40 for their port of Dungeon Hunters: Alliance, in spite of the fact that it's a port of a 99-cent iOS title. On top of that, Sony's saying they don't have any plans to bring the PS2 library to the Vita! Bummer!
Tara's preview of Max Payne 3 is under embargo for now, but Rockstar was nice enough to drop a trailer for the upcoming game, as well as some news about a mobile version of the first game.
Max describes his time with Square Enix and UFG's upcoming sandbox crime-game Sleeping Dogs, formerly Activision's True Crime: Hong Kong. It sounds badass!
Max And Tara play Rhythm Heaven Fever, which is a ridiculous Wii game about going on double-dates with weasels and assembling robots. You really just need to watch this.