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Sony recently made Darksiders 2 and Borderlands 2 available on the Playstation Store on the same day as their physical releases, and now a few more games are getting the same digital treatment from Sony. These are the games you can expect to see:
10/2- Resident Evil 6 ($59.99, $53.99 for PS+ Subscribers, with pre-order)
10/2- NBA 2K13 ($59.99, $53.99 for PS+ Subscribers, with pre-order)
10/9- Dishonored ($53.99, $53.99 for PS+ Subscribers, with pre-order)
10/16- Doom 3: BFG Edition ($39.99, $35.99 for PS+ Subscribers, with pre-order)
10/16- 007: Legends ($59.99)
10/23- Medal of Honor Warfighter ($59.99)
10/30- Need for Speed: Most Wanted ($59.99, $53.99 for PS+ Subscribers, with pre-order)
10/30- Assassin’s Creed 3 ($59.99)
Wal Mart will have an exclusive special edition of Medal of Honor Warfighter when it releases on October 23rd. It will be called the Medal of Honor Warfighter Project Honor Edition, and it will contain a Global Warfighters Documentary that takes a look at 12 different Special Ops forces from 10 different countries. As an extra bonus, access for the Battlefield 4 beta will also be included in the Project Honor Edition
This edition will also include the contents of the Medal of Honor Limited Edition, including the Medal of Honor Zero Dark Thirty Map Pack.
We get our first (dimly-lit) look at Medal of Honor: Warfighter, with its first gameplay trailer, which, in addition to all the action, reveals a “40-hour tactical headstart” if you preorder.
I assume there’s a template out there, somewhere, that all military first person shooter trailers are required to follow: Trailer must be dark – very dark. Trailer must have rapid cuts between scenes and shaky camera work. Trailer must have lots of gunfire and a minimum of three explosions – but more are encouraged. Trailer must have men screaming cliche action movie phrases, such as “Get down!” or “He’s got a bomb!” At no time in the trailer must the viewers ever feel comfortable enough to assume they know what the plot’s about.
Check, check and check. You may view the trailer below.