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Mass Effect 3 Announced for Holiday 2011

I don’t know about you, but this is serious news to this Girl Gamer. I find that action RPG’s are the way to go and this one is the champion in my world. The final title in the Mass Effect trilogy will again feature Commander Shepard as battles an invasion of Earth by the Reapers. Commander Shepard is to the Mass Effect series what Laura Croft is to Tomb Raider, providing you select the female option like I do every time. Of course this is all my opinion, but play the game and you will see what I am talking about.

PlayStation 3 version of Mass Effect 2 has release date confirmed

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EA have stepped up and at last confirmed the official release dates for the PS3 version of previously Xbox 360 exclusive title Mass Effect 2. The company have confirmed that the game will be available on January 18 2011 in North America and on January 21 2011 in Europe.

Xbox Live Rewards program launches

The Xbox Live Rewards program is up an running in the US and UK which allows users to earn points for everyday use from playing games to watching movies (if you have Netflix) or renewing Xbox Live subscriptions. Yes, these are real Microsoft points that you can you in the martketplace to purchase themes, maps, dlc, and other various items available. I think this is a great idea, you earn real rewards for things you love to do, gaming!

All you have to do is sign up here and it’s free to do so. You must have an Xbox Live account though.

Tiger Woods Needs to Start Winning for Partnership to “Make Sense” in the Long Run, EA Says

Looks as if Tiger Woods may be getting the boot from EA if he continues his golf game slump.  EA has prided itself of having the  number one golfer on the cover of it’s games and since Tiger has now dropped to the number two golfer in the world EA may change their front man to keep that tradition alive.

Speaking with Reuters (via NBC Sports), EA CEO John Ricitiello reiterated that there’s “no threat against Tiger.” But he also noted what he referred to as their business relationship.

PlayStation Move sales hit 4.1 million (with a catch)

Sony stated it has sold 4.1 million Playstation Move units worldwide since the controller’s launch in September.  Sony claims the figure “not only shows clear success of the launch of the new motion-sensing controller, but also indicates positive momentum going into the holiday season and to the year 2011.”
Well guess what? They sold it to retailers not consumers. So how can they claim those numbers? Although, here’s the excuse, I mean statement they gave cnet:
“While we don’t disclose our exact sell-through number, the key is that our retailers continue to ask for more Move units and are taking every unit we can supply them with based on their sales”
Either way they have a lot of catching up to do with Nintendo who has sold an estimated 65 million Wiimotes since the launch of the Wii November 2006.

That figure includes units bundled with the Wii and Wii Play, as well as controllers purchased separately.
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