Critically mauled shooter Duke Nukem Forever will be profitable for publisher 2K Games and parent company Take-Two.
New downloadable content is coming for last year's Western epic Red Dead Redemption, Rockstar has announced.
It's one of the biggest nights in the gaming calendar, and BAFTA has insisted that the "quality" of the 2011 GAME British Academy Video Games Awards is not affected by Rockstar's surprise decision not to enter the phenomenally successful Red Dead Redemption.
The 10-game shortlist for this year's public vote prize at the GAME British Academy Video Games Awards was announced this morning.
A new update for Rockstar's Western epic Red Dead Redemption has just gone live, fixing a number of issues with the game and its DLC packs.
Among an array of minor glitch fixes, Rockstar has also re-enabled global online multiplayer with Japanese gamers. Best get your dictionary out then.
Here's the full list of tweaks, as cribbed from Rockstar's website:
Anyone booting up Red Dead Redemption for some multiplayer this weekend will be privy to double XP, developer Rockstar has announced.
Undead Nightmare, a standalone disc bundling all the Red Dead Redemption downloadable content together, will be released in Europe on 26th November, Rockstar Games has announced.
In Red Dead Redemption's Land Grab Mode – set for multiplayer free roam as part of the intriguing Undead Nightmare add-on – players fight for control over a section of land in one of seven different towns in the open world epic's online game world.
When one of seven posts marked Land Grab is activated, a countdown triggers and players are given control over a radius of territory, Rockstar revealed on its website.
In order to lay claim to the land, you must remain inside the radius and defend against oncoming enemies. Leaving at any time will surrender your claim, as will being killed by another player.
Sony has told PS3 owners how to fix the Hunting and Trading pack for Red Dead Redemption released accidentally in an incomplete form.
Rockstar has announced plans to release Undead Nightmare, a standalone disc bundling all the Red Dead Redemption downloadable content together.
Red Dead Redemption's Undead Nightmare DLC pack will be available from 26th October, Rockstar Games has announced – just in time for Halloween.