Backward compatible wallet.
UPDATE: Smoother performance than the Xbox 360 original, says Digital Foundry.
Is that more than Homefront?
Average user spends $76 on the game.
Black Ops dethrones Modern Warfare 2.
Retailers list WWII-themed three-pack.
Activision confirms project in conference call.
Acti talks IW bonuses, creative freedom.
"There is demand from gamers to pay."
DLC trio snipped to 400 MSP each.
DLC proves profitable for Activision.
Report says game out next year.
Third batch of new stuff coming next week.
But only till tomorrow, mind.
Track stats, stalk friends.
Map Pack 3 released on Thursday.
Der Reisse up our street.
Date likely to be announced this week.
Zombies, maps. It's all gravey.
So Reuters reckons. Plus: COD film.
Next batch of DLC on track for June.
Three multiplayer, one zombie.
And that's just in the opening weekend.
Map Pack 1 up today on XBL and PSN.
Zombie asylum and friends next Thurs.
UT bundle includes Titan Pack access.
More maps, zombies. And due March.
To be stuffed in first DLC map pack.
Nintendo first-party games dominate.
Nacht der Untoten playlist set free.
Helps fans cope with lengthy wait.
UK Charts: Mario Kart best-selling SKU.
But LittleBigPlanet starts to sell.
COD and Wii titles also doing well.
Prince of Persia, Animal Crossing less so.
First of "mysterious" batch in New Year.
Starting on Friday for PC and 360.
Resistance 2 hits, Sonic misses.
Newcomers struggle. Full top 40 inside.
Change the outcome on the PC.
Top in the UK, fourth on Xbox 360.
Banjo, Mirror's Edge, Wii Music struggle.
Features 317MB of fixes for the PC version.
Comparison unfair, says under-fire producer.
Fed up of "bulls***" from "super douche".
They weren't "exploitable enough".
Free download from the marketplace.
Keys available over at official site.
Friends lists, invites, clan tags, etc.
Plus: details of the 360 content.
PC and 360 tests to open in October.
Out in the US in early November.
World At War not simply "going back".
It's not "a crappy war game" after all.
Watch it now on Eurogamer TV.
Online and offline. Plus flamethrowers.
Exclusively live on Marketplace this weekend.
Yes, it's Intellisponse again. Tons more.
Set in WWII, by Treyarch, has co-op.
Series will return to PS2 and Wii.