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Just recently a sequel was announced for one of Disney’s most anticipated games, Epic Mickey 2. But rarely does an announcement begin with an apology. Sure, the boasting of a bigger, bolder experience brings with it the implicit message that maybe the first game didn’t live up to everyone’s expectations, but for the most part, developers tend to emphasize the positive over the negative. So it came as a bit of a shock when game development legend and Junction Point VP Warren Spector began his Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two presentation with a mea culpa about the flaws of his 2010 pet project.
This Tuesday, Spector assured a crowd of skeptical journalists that the forthcoming sequel — launching on the Wii, PS3, and XBox 360 — will receive drastic overhauls in three main categories: camera, voice, and persistence — what each one will be and the overall behind it is still yet to be determined but as we’ve seen in the last Epic Mickey, they have a lot to work on.
According to The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday. Suppliers to Apple are the sources for the story, which are a repeat of the similar reports back in December when DigiTimes, a site that covers Asian hardware component manufacturers, reported that a 7.85-inch iPad would debut in late 2012.
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Electronic Arts signaling new entry in shooter series to be unveiled early next month during 2012 Game Developers Conference.
Gamers thirsting for more information about the confirmed sequel to 2010’s Medal of Honor reboot don’t have much longer to wait.
It appears Medal of Honor 2 will blow its cover next month.
A “save the date” invitation sent to GameSpot indicates EA will take the wraps off a Medal of Honor sequel on March 6 in San Francisco. That puts the reveal during the 2012 Game Developers Conference, which runs March 5-9 in San Francisco.
Medal of Honor–a reboot of the long-running shooter series–was released in 2010 to a warm critical reception and went on to ship 5 million copies. Last month, a tweet from United Kingdom retailer GAME suggested EA would release the Medal of Honor sequel in 2012.
A compilation of all the executions and ways to murder people in The Darkness 2.
Apple’s plan to bring iPad textbooks to schools across America and around the world via iBooks 2 and iBooks is nothing short of a revolution. It could mean the end of giant, overused dog-eared volumes jammed into bulging backpacks balanced atop the over-burdened backs of America’s youth.
Here Is A Video To Show You What We Mean: