Today in Gaming News - July 15, 2011 - NewsVGChartz Staff, posted on 15 July 2011 / 2,105 Views
Here’s what’s in the news, today, that you should care about.
Leaked Battlefield 3 images of “Battle-Log?” Also, Call of Duty 4 inspired Modern Warfare 3’s new multiplayer. It’s said to discourage camping. “More gun-on-gun.” Develop magazine also says the game won’t appear on Steam.
Kotaku swears Assassin’s Creed for 3DS has been “ “-canned. CVG chooses the word “morphed” instead. They also got an interview with Lead Writer for Assassin’s Creed Revelations in which we learn that Desmond’s story continues. Ubisoft’s also confirmed they’ll show off Revelations at San Diego Comic-Con.
Hideo Kojima talks Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, Peace Walker HD and the PS Vita in a new interview on the PlayStation blog.
Mario’s missing from a used video game store in the Southern Utah town of St. George. If you guys have any information, there’s a number to call in the article after the link.
A new survey says that the ladies like online games more than sex. Too many nerd-sex jokes here. Maybe our pervert-in-residence Nick Simburg has a few for the comments. Maybe you guys have a few?
Konami is hosting an obesity summit this year. You can be sure there will be a lot of Dance Dance Revolution.
Relic is said to be able to lend a hand to Vigil with Warhammer 40K: Dark Millennium Online.
What’s new in South Korean gaming news? Gamasutra has the hookup.
The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists have approved a first-of-its-kind fee for games available on cloud networks.
Call of Duty: Black Ops “Annihilation Map Pack” will be available July 28 of this year.
L.A. Noire programmer defends Team Bondi in his side of the story.
What other news have you found that others should care about?