In the News #20 – 2/6/2008

Daily News for February 6th, 2008.

  • Age of Conan has been censored in Germany according to Funcom, developer of the game. Other European territories, along with the United States, get a full version with enhanced dismemberment, decapitation, over-the-top kills, and nipples. Yes, that’s right…nipples. More than 500,000 people have already signed up to join the Age of Conan community.
  • The first set of downloadable content has been announced for Mass Effect. The pack is called Bring Down the Sky and is scheduled for a release on March 10 at 2AM PST for 400 Microsoft Points (US $5.)
  • Ubisoft announced today that Assassin’s Creed is coming to PC at the end of March. This version of the game is called “Assassin’s Creed, Director’s cut edition” and will feature four brand new exclusive types of investigations.
  • A recent news letter sent out by ESRB states that only 6% of the 1,563 games released last year were rated M for Mature. Nearly 60% were rated E for Everyone.

    ESRB Ratings
  • The HD-DVD player add-on for the Xbox 360 has had a price drop of $50.00. It can now be bought for $129.00 in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
  • Medal of Honor Heroes 2 may not have multiplayer after all. This feature has apparently been taken out of the game. More details are sure to come soon.

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