Remember Sega's Toylet game? It lets players relieve themselves on a urinal sensor that measures volume and pressure, giving I.P. Freely control over a variety of games. Rejoice, because a few days ago Sega's official Toylet Twitter feed let flow the fact that the device is now on the market for the general public.
The Elder Scrolls Online was just revealed to be ZeniMax Online's long-rumored MMO. Game Informer's next cover announced the game this morning. The mag says The Elder Scrolls Online will take place across the "entire land of Tamriel," approximately one thousand years before Skyrim's place in time. The story will focus on daedric prince Molag Bal as he attempts to make Tamriel part of "his demonic realm."
In Elder Scrolls Online you'll be able to play as one of three Factions. The three factions consist of several Races from specific regions of Tamriel. The races formed alliances to take on a fourth alliance. They are:
The Ebonheart Pact consists of Nords, Dunmer, and Argonians from the Northern and Eastern regions. The Aldmeri Dominion consists of Altmer, Bosmer, and Khajiit from the South and South West regions. The Daggerfall Covenant consists of Bretons, Redguards, and Orcs from the North West regions.
If Family Guy Online just isn't scratching your itch for everything Quahog, Family Guy: Back the Multiverse is coming to consoles this fall from Activision and Fox. Incredibly little is known about the game
Following last week's leak, THQ has officially announced Company of Heroes 2. In development at Relic, the real-time strategy sequel will be focus on fighting on the Eastern Front during World War II, where you'll play as the Russian army and push back German forces.
Scheduled to launch in early 2013, it sounds as though Company of Heroes 2 will include some of the first game's features including destructible environments and commander abilities, and, judging by the screenshot, will look a lot prettier thanks to Relic's proprietary Essence 3.0 Engine.
Reports of a subsidized Xbox 360 popped up last week and now the new bundle is official.
Along with a 2-year Xbox Live Gold membership at $14.99 a month, a 4GB Xbox 360 with Kinect can be picked up for $99. The membership fee will be charged monthly to your credit or check card, so the total amount is not due when you pick up the console from a Microsoft Store.