Whatever could it be? Place your bets, ladies and gentlemen.
Don’t worry PS3 owners, Bethesda hasn’t forgotten about you. Continue reading
War never changes, but Bethesda’s idea of expanding upon their games does. Rather than dole out a full expansion pack every year, Betheda’s new policy is to release smaller DLC packs more often.
When it comes to all you fans, BioWare cares. For their next RPG Dragon Age: Origins, BioWare plans to dole out 2 years worth downloadable content!
This December, Microsoft is set to release a new update for the Xbox 360 over Xbox Live.
One of the things included in this update will be a timer for the Xbox. With this timer, the person in charge of the Xbox will be able to set a certain number of hours that the Xbox can be used on a daily or weekly basis. Personally, I think this is a great idea as we may have finally found a way to limit all of those bad-mouthed kids that find their way on to Xbox Live while I’m playing Halo 3. Also, I may end up with some better grades.
Additionally, Xbox 360 owners will be able to fully download original Xbox games over Live in a similar fashion to the Virtual Console on both the Wii and the Playstation 3 for $15 each. Hopefully with this, they will release some of the previously Japanese-only games as they are doing with some of the other consoles. Some of the first games that will be available are Halo, Fable, Crimson Skies, and Burnout 3.