PC, XB360, PS3, WII, MAC / Other / Release: Nov 16, 2010 / ESRB: E


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EA shutting down online services for more older games

EA shutting down online services for more older games

As it does so like to do, Electronics Arts is shutting down for the online portions of another round of games it deems under-played. Servers will be going offline soon for games including Burnout Revenge, January 2011 release Spare Parts, and EA Sports MMA, one of the first titles to use EA's Online Pass scheme.

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PC Demo for EA's Create Available Now

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A demo for EA's sandbox puzzle game Create is now available for the PC and can be downloaded from FileShack.

Players place objects, all with different physical properties, into the game world to solve puzzles and other challenges. It strikes me as a bit more Incredible Machine than LittleBigPlanet, as well. The game was released yesterday for the PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, and Mac. Read more »

"Yeap, I tried the demo and saw this is a bad The Incredible Machine clone. Controls are not good ..."
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EA's 'Create' Releasing Next Week

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Electronic Arts will release its sandbox title Create next week on November 16. The announcement of the PS3 version, seemingly out of no where, was made on the PlayStation Blog by producer Justin Manning.

On the PlayStation 3, the game will fully support the Move controller, though it is not required. On the surface, it might appear to share a lot with the recently delayed LittleBigPlanet 2, but Create is focused more on using the creation tools to solve challenges. Read more »

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EA Announces Sandbox Platformer 'Create'

Electronic Arts has announced what certainly looks like its own take on LittleBigPlanet--a platformer with sandbox level creation named Create that's somewhat lacking in personality.

Create players can, ahem, create their own "level-based challenges" to solve, made with "easy-to-use brushes and tools, including textures, props and animating objects that bring the scene to life." Naturally, completing levels will earn you rewards and levels can be shared online. Read more »

"Or a platformer approach to Boom Blox. But, really, in game level design (or at least included ..."
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Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project Review

Originally a much-liked release on the PC back in 2002, Sunstorm Interactive and 3D Realms released an updated port of Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project on Xbox Live Arcade on June 23. In it, the meat-headed Duke is back to rescue New York (and its babes) from an alien menace, equipped with a decent-sized arsenal of weapons and his trademark canned one-liners. But the years haven't exactly been kind to the beefy throwback to 80's action movie heroes. Character models and environments retain their circa-2002 blockiness, and some of Duke's quips date the game even further. Jokes referencing the giant-bug movie Mimic (1997) fall flat, digs at Enron seem dated, and Duke's trademark misogyny comes off as more cringe-worthy than charming, this time around.

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"I.... can't believe that out of all games out there now... you guys choose to review THIS. It's ..."
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Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project XBLA Dated

The downloable Xbox 360 release of Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project will hit the Xbox Live Arcade on June 23, publisher 3D Realms has announced, the same day as RISK: Factions.

"Babes, bullets, bombs" are promised by the Duke himself, with the single-player side-scroller--originally co-developed by Sunstorm Interactive and released on PC in 2002--priced at 800 Microsoft Points / $10. Read more »

"My favorite part of the deal is the two Avatar awards available. * Duke Nukem Logo T-Shirt ..."
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SBK X: Superbike Demo Hits PC

If your days just don't have enough superbike in then, then we've got the solution as a 770MB downloadable demo of Milestone Srl's SBK X: Superbike World Championship PC is now available on FileShack.

"Sample the improvements Milestone have made in the brand new 'X' edition playing both in Arcade and Simulation mode on the Portimao circuit, in all the different weather conditions and against other 15 opponents through the new Online Multiplayer Mode," says publisher Black Bean Games. PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 demos of the game are also available to those in Europe by way of each console's online marketplace. Read more »

"Error: "Couldn't find fileshack3/racing/sbkx/SBKX_Demo_Setup.exe on disk" on trying to download."
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Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project Confirmed for XBLA

Duke Nukem's delightful blend of mutilation, movie references and misogyny will get another outing on Xbox 360 when his 2002 side-scrolling adventure Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project is released download via Xbox Live Arcade, Microsoft has revealed.

Neither a price nor release date are currently known, so if you can't stand hanging on the edge of your seat for that long you can get the 50MB PC demo from FileShack or pick up the 2009 DRM-free downloadable PC re-release from Good Old Games for $6. Read more »

"It's a nice game. I wish all the weapons would've been useful like in 3D but it's still a good ..."
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Duke Nukem 'D-Day' Teased with Screenshot

Duke Nukem's official Facebook page has been updated with a screenshot for something called "D-Day," with the action hero himself teasing that he "doesn't stay down for long."

It remains to be seen exactly what D-Day is, whether it be a a new game, the build-up to an announcement or revelation, or something else entirely. The stadium and enemy might seem familiar from the Duke Nukem Forever footage leaked in May, though those were callbacks to Duke's earlier adventures. Read more »

"Would it be so bad to just want a Duke3D remake? Offer a classic 1:1 mode and maybe a more ..."
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GOG Adds Duke Nukem: Manhattan, Blake Stone

Continuing to re-release classic titles from the Apogee Software catalog, Good Old Games today added Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project and Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold to its variety of DRM-free PC game downloads. Both titles are priced at $5.99.

Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project harkens back to the action hero's side-scrolling roots. Co-developed by 3D Realms and Sunstorm Interactive, it first arrived in 2002. Read more »

"Blake Stone!!!!!!!!!! I loved this game so much when I was a stupid kid. I'm going to buy this ..."
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Duke Manhattan Project Demo

3D Realms sends along a 50mb demo for the budget game Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, containing the first episode of the game. You can grab the demo from one of our eight Fileshack mirrors by going here. In related news, you can also download an updated editor which you'll need if you have the 1.01 patch installed and want to create content for the game. This editor does not work on the demo. Files are provided to you courtesy of Speakeasy.

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"I just grabbed this, didn't think too much of it when it came out but boy it looks fun from what ..."
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Duke Nukem MP Patch

Arush has released a patch for the budget Duke Nukem game, Manhattan Project. A list of changes for the 4.44mb upgrade can be found at the 3D Realms website. You can grab the file from FileShack courtesy of Speakeasy.

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"No multiplayer, but there is a level editor included on the CD so you can build your own levels. ..."
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On Duke Manhattan Project

Donald Case from Arush emailed us confirming last night's news that Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project has gone gold. According to Donald, the game will ship with an unsupported level editor and the Duke Nukem Forever video from last year. There will also be a special edition package with a Duke Nukem Manhattan Project subway token keychain. The game should should retail for about $25.

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Duke Manhattan Project Gold

George Broussard from over at 3D Realms has updated his .plan file with the word that the other Duke Nukem game has gone gold, Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project. This budget title (though a lot of fun) will be out "in a couple of weeks". To read more on the game check out my preview or head over to the official site.

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"Will there be any console ports of Manhattan Project? Hope nobody else has asked this ..."
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Duke Manhattan Interview

XGR will be broadcasting an interview with Jim Perkins tonight at 8:30PM CST. Jim is the CEO over at Arush, and he'll be talking about the upcoming Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project game (here's our preview of that if you missed it).

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