Codemasters have announced that the upcoming DLC for Operations: Dragons Rising will be the final one.
So the "Overwatch" pack will be it for gamers of this somewhat underwhelming game that promised so much but in the end gave very little.
Are you still playing it, if so what are your thoughts on this? Do you think that more should have been done to enable this game to stand out from the crowd?
Tell us your comments.
Criterion games are offering the brilliant Burnout Paradise with all DLC for $30 on the Playstation Network.
This has to be one of the best free roam driving / racing games currently on the market.
The DLC includes Big Surf Island, the Party Pack, Legendary Cars, Toy Cars, Boost Specials, Cops and Robbers and the complete set of cars and motorcycles from the normal game.
A collection worth some $100.
Naughty Dog has issued a game update (version 1.05) tweaking a number of different aspects of the multiplayer mode.
The changes include a new way of penalising players for leaving a match.
Depending on your level, you'll be penalised more in-game cash: Levels 1-20 will lose $10,000;
levels 21-40 will lose $20,000;
and levels 41-60 will lose $40,000. Other changes include rebalancing of weapon damage and player attributes, removal of "flagrantly" idle players from the pool of active players in matchmaking, a new ticker in the multiplayer menu showing leaderboard stats, collision and geometry fixes, and the 13 new medals we've heard about previously. Naughty Dog isn't offering up any details on what the tweaks to weapon damage include, as they "want the player community to figure things out on their own for the sake of fairness to the total player base."
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Naughty Dog have announced new DLC coming for this title on the 26 February 2010.
Is will be a multiplayer "booster pack" and will include.
2 new maps, Flooded Ruins and The Facility.
6 new multiplayer skins.
New Trophies and New in-game medals.
All for $5.99 for the bundle, $4.99 for just the maps or $2.99 for the skins.