Friday, September 28, 2012

Megabits of News: Weekly Roundup (w/e 28 Sept)

Megabits of Gaming trawls the web for the tastiest morsels of news, so you don't have to... Don't forget to follow us on Facebook and subscribe to Megabits' newsfeed to receive all our latest articles.

Steam gets Castle Crashers
Independently developed four-player co-op beat 'em up Castle Crashes is now available to play on Steam. It was originally released on Xbox 360 in 2008. That’s a long time overdue for a game that already has over 3 million players. VG247

Platinum calls PS3's Bayonetta its biggest failure
Developer Platinum Games has labelled the PS3 version of Bayonetta its “biggest failure” to date. I agree - the version which PS3 owners got was riddled with control issues. Let’s just hope Platinum Games learnt from it. MCV

Fieldrunners 2 hits $1m sales already 
Around a month and half after its launch, Smart phone gaming app Fieldrunners 2 has broken the $1m mark in sales. Subatomic Studios defended the games premium price, stating that it wants to cover costs in order to continue making high quality games. The numbers speak for themselves. joystiq

PS3 owners to get Assassin's Creed Trilogy
An Assassin's Creed Ezio Trilogy collection will be launched in the US on 13 November for the PS3, according to a US PlayStation blog, The trilogy includes Assassin's Creed II, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood and Assassin's Creed: Revelations. Great if you need to catch up on the franchise. computerandvideogames

Onimusha revival on the cards - reports
According to reports from UK games magazine PSM3, Capcom’s demon-slaying action-adventure franchise Onimusha could be in line for a revival. It has also been reported that the task of this launch has been handed to developer Spark Unlimited. Let’s hope such news is true. MCV