News Roundup: Crysis 2′s Demo on PS3, Homefront Woes, Activision vs. EABy Rothtana Ouch
In this news roundup FPS games are getting the dirty eye as Crysis 2 Demo hitting hard on the PS3 and Homefront’s arrival is met with mixed reviews.
While in all of this chaos, the original founders of Infinity Ward are getting sued together with EA. It’s a strange time in gaming and we’re here to catch you up to speed.
- The super sleuths at Lens of Truth have gone ahead and done the dirty work of conducting a comparison between the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the Crysis 2 demo. Commentators have swayed towards the Xbox 360 as the more attractive title between the systems. Ouch! [LensofTruth]
- THQ’s new hope in Homefront is hitting the ground head first with luke warm reviews. Now, THQ has opened up a forum asking players if the game is freezing on them. Some users report freezing to occur when backing out of a matchmaking menu.[THQ's PS3 Forums and Xbox 360 Forums]
- A judge has given the green light on Activision’s suit against Infinity Ward founders Jason West and Vince Zampella which can now include EA. Apparently, Activision has enough evidence to have EA be added to the lawsuit with West and Zampella. EA has claimed that there isn’t any evidence. [VG247]
What do you think will go horrendously wrong next week? We’re hoping, something along the lines of Skyline.