Friday, February 10, 2012

Megabits Of News: Weekly Roundup (w/e 10 Feb)

Megabits of Gaming trawls the web for the tastiest morsels of news, so you don't have to...


Asura must wait to unleash his Wrath
The release date of Capcom’s third-person action game Asura’s Wrath has been postponed until 9 March. The title, which will be released on the Xbox 360 and PS3, was previously expected to hit UK shops later this month.


Ubisoft not in the dancing mood
According to MCV, games producer Ubisoft has decided against publishing a music game based on the BBC’s successful TV show Strictly Come Dancing, which was due on UK shelves this Christmas. Ballroom fans need not worry though as the Strictly Come Dancing game will still arrive, just published by someone else not yet announced.


Skyrim patch 1.4 now on 360 - PS3 owners still waiting
Skyrim’s latest patch is now available to happy Xbox 360 owners. The 1.4 update, which has been out on the PC since last week, should be available on the PS3 soon but confirmation is still pending, says Joystiq.


Sleeping Dogs to be released in second half of 2012
Square Enix has announced that Sleeping Dogs, the new name for True Crime: Hong Kong, will be released in the second half of 2012. CVG says True Crime: Hong Kong, which was almost complete and playable, was dropped by former publisher Activision early last year.


Codemasters - March release for DiRT 3: Complete Edition
Start your engines, driving game DiRT 3: Complete Edition will be released on 9 March, Codemasters has announced. DiRT 3 will include 12 new routes across two locations, new cars and a range of liveries.


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