Friday, April 20, 2012

Megabits Of News: Weekly Roundup


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


SEGA: time to limber up those thumbs
On your marks. Get set. (starting pistol fires….Bang) Go! SEGA has announced it will release London 2012: The Official Videogame of the Olympic Games in June. For those who want to move more than just there fingers, the game can be played with Move controllers on the PS3 and with Kinect on theXbox 360.


The Gods of Olympus be warned
According to Joystiq, Sony has listened to our prayers and finally, and officially, revealed the next title in the God of War franchise. Not much is still known about God of War: Ascension, but the new quest will see us discovering the origins of Kratos.


Prey 2: It's not that I’m not coming, I’m just late
CVG says that Bethesda has rubbished reports that its sci-fi shooter Prey 2 has been cancelled, announcing that in fact the game been delayed beyond 2012 because of concerns over the quality. Good things come to those who wait, they say.


Gamers to pay less for PSP titles online
Everybody loves a bargain and PSP fans in Australia and the UK have something to smile about after Sony cut the price on a number of the PSP titles currently available in the PlayStation store. Some of the titles include God of War: Ghost of Sparta, and Killzone: Liberation.


Bond is back
Britain’s most famous martini-drinking spy James Bond returns to the gaming world this autumn in 007 Legends. The game, to be available on both the Xbox 360 and PS3, marks James Bond’s 50th Anniversary - and tie together six films, says MCV.


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