The Amazing Spider-Man Summary
After being bitten by a radioactive blogger, Chris Capel becomes The Amazing Reviewer-Man!
Today's Xbox Live Markteplace deals will include The Amazing Spider-Man on Games on Demand and downloadable content chiefly from Fallout 3. Players can purchase all 5 Fallout 3 DLC packs for 1000 Microsoft Points ($12.50 USD), a 75% discount off the normal $50 USD.
Publishing behemoth Activision will be putting out "fewer games" based on licensed properties this year, read a company statement. This revelation comes as 30 global job positions are made redundant.
As they are releasing less this year, they're "realigning" internal structures to "better reflect the market opportunities" and their upcoming slate. In other words; they're trimming the fat.
The Amazing Spider-Man developer Beenox has announced that there will be four new downloadable content packs for the title. Two of the packs were free DLC for preorders.
Darksiders II led software sales in the UK for August 2012, with NCAA Football 13, the collegiate American football EA Sports title, making a surprising #4 appearance. Sleeping Dogs, which the weekly charts for two straight weeks, debuted at #6.
For the third week SEGA's London 2012: The Official Video Game has kept its medal winning feet standing atop the highest point of the all format podium, with LEGO Batman 2 earning silver.
It's bronze again too for Mario & Sonic London 2012, and runner-up 4th for Batman: Arkham City. The Amazing Spider-Man webslinged 5th from 7th, with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim 6th.