Blacklight: Tango Down Summary
Console/PC shooter Blacklight: Tango Down's sequel has finally been released but it's a PC exclusive and it's free-to-play. Zombie Studios' latest Blacklight entry is available now.
It's powered by Unreal Engine 3 and is optimised for DirectX 11. A beta has been running for months with users from over 40 nations racking up over 13 million kills. Get downloading!
A ratings certificate from the Australian Classification Board has revealed a more up-to-date Frogger is on the hop to Xbox Live Arcade. It's subtitled Hyper Arcade Edition and rated G.
Blacklight developer Zombie Studios appears to be the culprit behind the HD remake, and it'll be bringing retro Frog awesomeness to Xbox 360, PS3 and Nintendo Wii.
Call of Duty Elite and its subscription plan for game content has really rubbed Blacklight's Zombie Studios the wrong way. It's "sad" and "really weird," they say.
They ask why aren't the huge profits from the series "evolving the game even more?" They're "amazing" games but over the last four was there "anything really new?"
Xbox 360 owners who have been curious about the exciting online multiplayer first person shooter on Xbox Live Arcade, Blacklight: Tango Down, Major Nelson has announced that it'll be half-price this week, going from 1200 Microsoft Points to 600.
The Forecasting and Analyzing Digital Entertainment group (FADE), reports that the PlayStation Network has "seen significant growth" recently.
They say 2nd half of the year growth on PSN was 40%, "greatly outpacing" Xbox Live's 18%. It's "nearly even" with XBLA sales on simultaneous releases.