Clearly an Xbox 360 exclusive, this upcoming update will allow Kinect owners to actually shout Dragon Shouts as well as use other voice commands to simplify and streamline their experience in the province of Skyrim.
You can check out the full Bethesda Blog post here, and view a video showcasing the Kinect support here or below.
What's also very interesting to note is that this very blog post also confirms that a DLC announcement is on its way, and that said DLC will be an Xbox 360 exclusive for a limited time (and yes it is for a limited time, despite the confusing wording in the official blog post).
343 Industries has released a new video showcasing some music samples for Halo 4, which you can view/listen to here or below.
A new ViDoc regarding the game's music composition, entitled "Composing Worlds," has also been released, and you can check it out here or below.
The musical score demoed thus far isn't bad, definietely very epic, but honestly, while they kept talking about maintaining that Halo feel it all feels extremely un-Halo like to me. That's not necessarily a bad thing, of course, since it is a new trilogy and completely different story arc.
The first is that BioWare has decided to add to the game's ending via free DLC this summer. Entitled "Extended Cut," the DLC will add additional cinematic sequences and epilogue scenes to Mass Effect 3, and you can read the official press release here and a mini-FAQ here for all the details.
Next up, the "Resurgence Pack," a Multiplayer DLC add-on, will be released on April 10th for free, and will include several new maps, character classes, and weapons. You can check out the trailer here or below and read the official blog post which details all the content right here.
Lastly, a patch for the game will be released on April 9th for PC owners and April 10th for console owners. Full details on what issues the patch will address can be found here.
The PlayStation Vita version of Mortal Kombat will be released on May 1st according to the official press release from the Mortal KombatFacebook page. Why they would reveal this on just the Facebook page and not the official website is beyond me, but that's how they role.
I'm very curious to see how well the title will translate to handheld, as you all know how much I love the game and I have been impressed by what I've seen thus far.
Well, a month to go to find out if it's a solid port or a dud, and you can read the official announcement here.
Google is a company that needs no introduction, and the ability to search Google Maps is invaluable to any who've tried the service. Google Maps works wonderfully on computers, various smartphones, and tablets, and now, Google is bringing their handy tool to one of the best selling computer systems of all time: The Nintendo Entertainment System.
To clarify, Google has released a video demonstration of their new product, Google Maps 8-bit which you can view here or below.