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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by w00t, Jun 1, 2010.
I got my ticket in the mail about a week ago... but I'm not entirely sure i will go.
WOW, First Mortal Kombat game that looks AWESOME in a long time.
Fighting on a 2D plane aswell <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/grin.gif"></A>
awesome racing game
yeah looks great doesnt it?
new links cuz old one was taken down:
these might go down too, copyright complaints are getting them pulled
awesome, cant wait.
Is the LFA in forza? Someone should paint one in that nostalgic green/red/white Castrol livery from the old Toyota days
i think it isnt actually.
What were they videos of?
Sadly no. The new Benz SLS is missing too, probably because it's on the cover of GT5 if it ever comes out.
I've never put some much time into a racing game as I do in Forza. I'm always trying new cars out. I need to race the Jager E30 some more and I still want to do some new projects.
Evora - I'm thinking I could get a real solid A or S class racer
Rally Fiesta (maybe)
Lexus IS300 - why not, I always liked how they look for some reason
Debut trailer for XCOM...
looks fun, poor graphics though.
2K Dates Civilization V
Publisher 2K announced Civilization V will ship in North America on September 21, 2010 and internationally on September 24 for Windows PC.
Maryland-based Firaxis Games has developed an entirely new game engine, built from the ground-up for the title. Those attending E3 next week can get an early look at Civilization V at 2K's booth (South Hall, #2823).
can't wait for civ 5!
What games are you guys looking out to the most?
Hopefully it will be soon.
do you still play it after the eb110 debacle?
Mortal Kombat set for 360, PS3 in 2011
Ed Boon-led NetherRealm Studios promises "most gruesome fatalities ever," cooperative and competitive tag-team modes.
It's been almost exactly a year since Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon first promised that the next installment in the violent fighting game franchise would receive an M-for-Mature rating after a T-for-Teen crossover with DC Universe characters. Today, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment officially announced that project, simply called Mortal Kombat, will arrive in 2011 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
In announcing the game, the publisher played up its level of violence. WBIE president Martin Tremblay referred to the game as "reestablishing the brand" and Boon was quoted as promising the "most gruesome fatalities ever." That emphasis on violence was also reflected in a live-action teaser for a possible new Mortal Kombat movie that debuted earlier this week.
Beyond the series' signature gore, Mortal Kombat will also feature tag-team fighting gameplay. Gamers will be able to take their favorite pugilistic pairs online to compete against friends or put aside their differences and play through the game's new cooperative Arcade mode.
As always, Boon is shepherding the creation of the new Mortal Kombat, but the development team behind the game has a new name: NetherRealm Studios. A reference to the home of Mortal Kombat series antagonist Shao Kahn, the name reflects Boon's virtual tunnel vision on the franchise. Since the original Mortal Kombat debuted in arcades in 1992, Boon has worked almost exclusively on the fighter, with his most notable side project being the 2001 arcade shooter The Grid.
good to see ed boon is back. this could be a #$%#ing awesome game.
i hope they put every character from mk1,2 and 3 in there.
Yeah I still play it, I just don't post on the forum anymore. That stuff pissed me off, but I already own the game and it's still the best of it's kind despite their #$%# ups.
Rename this thread, I'll make an official E3 One.
this would do fine.