Child of Eden News

Xbox Live Games with Gold December lineup announced

Xbox Live Games with Gold December lineup announced

Back to the Future! Warhammer: End Times - Verminintide! More!

Microsoft has announced the Xbox Live Games with Gold titles for December.

On Xbox One, Gold members can download Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide for free next month.

Telltale's Back to the Future: The Game - 30th Anniversary Edition is also available as a free download on Xbox One from 16th December to 15th January.

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Out This Week - 23/09/11

Gears 3! F1! Resi 4 HD!

It's here, the Eurogamer Expo 2011, our fourth and biggest year so far. We've taken all your feedback from the past three years, and our experience, and come up with a show we want to go to. Tickets have basically gone (there are scraps so be quick), and we're all wibbly-wobbly at the knees to see first hordes trample through the doors. You'll get extra marks for spotting me at the show and I may even kiss you.

New Kinect bundle announced

New Kinect bundle announced

Child of Eden, Kinect Adventures included.

An updated Kinect bundle goes on sale next week, Microsoft has announced.

It'll cost exactly the same as before (RRP: 132.76), but the peripheral now comes with both Kinect Adventures and a download code for Child of Eden.

Microsoft's Major Nelson insists the bundle "will be available in limited quantities" in all Xbox Live territories other than Japan, where Eden has yet to be released.

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Child of Eden PlayStation 3 release date

Child of Eden PlayStation 3 release date

Move support, stereoscopic 3D confirmed.

The PlayStation 3 version of Tetsuya Mizuguchi's Child of Eden launches on 30th September, Ubisoft has announced.

It supports the PlayStation Move controller and full stereoscopic 3D visuals. A new trailer, below, has been released.

Most online shops are selling it for 15.

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Child of Eden PS3 to cost 19.99

Half the price of Xbox 360 version.

Ravey motion-controlled shooter Child of Eden will sell for 19.99 when it launches on PlayStation 3 later this year half the price of the recent Xbox 360 version.

Child of Eden PS3 release date

Child of Eden PS3 release date

Plus: WRC11, Juarez PC, Rabbids Kinect.

Tetsuya Mizuguchi's acclaimed Child of Eden finally hits PlayStation 3 on 23rd September, following its Xbox 360 launch last month, Ubisoft has announced.

Elsewhere on the publisher's revised release schedule, the PC version of FPS sequel Call of Juarez: The Cartel launches on 16th September, World Rally Championship 2011 gets under starter's orders from 7th October and Kinect party game Rabbids: Alive & Kicking arrives on Xbox 360 some time in November.

Far Cry 3 and Brothers in Arms: Furious 4 are both listed as "calendar 2012".

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Out This Week - 17/06/11

Zelda! Alice! Dungeon Siege! Child of Eden!

This week sees the return of a true classic in the world of gaming - a sequel to American McGee's Alice game! Ah, we kid. We mean Zelda: Ocarina of Time in 3D.

Child of Eden Xbox 360 US release date

Child of Eden Xbox 360 US release date

UPDATE: UK date confirmed. PS3 "TBC".

UPDATE: Ubisoft has confirmed that the Xbox 360 version of Child of Eden will launch on Friday 17th June in the UK. The PS3 version is currently "TBC".

ORIGINAL STORY: The Kinect-enabled Xbox 360 version of Child of Eden launches on 14th June.

That's according to the game's official Facebook page. No mention is made of the PlayStation 3 version.

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Ubi's Detoc compares Kinect to iPad

Wants Ubi to be biggest third-party on it.

Ubisoft's North American boss Laurent Detoc has said his company wants to be the largest third-party supporter of Kinect, which he likens to Apple iPad in terms of its allure.

Child of Eden compatible with pads

PS3/360 Mizuguchi title out in Q1 2011.

Child of Eden, Tetsuya Mizuguchi's stunning new conduct-'em-up shooter, was one of the more interesting motion-control games announced at E3, but a preview session with the director yesterday revealed the game will also support control pad input on both the PS3 and Xbox 360.