2010 has arrived and many of us are still recovering from the impact of our celebrations. To help you relax this last lovely weekend before work returns as normal, here’s some of the more exciting news floating about on the internet today. Much of this should get your mouth watering and ready to get your game on.
New Dragon Age Origins has rumoured expansion
Dragon Age: Origins has some tasty rumours floating around about an expansion pack in March of this year. EA and BioWare have always admitted to there being long term plans for the game but now it looks as if the plans were far more in-depth than expected. Rumour has it that the title is “Awakening” and will be a full retail product available in store for around $40 dollars. A full report is expected in January from EA so keep your eyes peeled for another hot update soon. [1Up.com]
The 50 most intriguing games of 2010
The Guardian has written a two-part series on fifty of the most anticipated titles for the year ahead. The list includes titles such as Alan Wake, a psychological thriller for the Xbox 360, and Alien vs. Predator. You’ll discover a short description of each title along with some idea as to its release date as you read and you’ll probably start cancelling social engagements so you have time to play them all. Titles like Battlefield: Bad Company, Bioshock 2 and Blazblue: Calamity Trigger are only a part of what you can look forward to. [The Guardian]
Pre-order incentive for MAG
The intriguing and much anticipated Massive Action Game (MAG) from Zipper Interactive continues to grab news headlines as its arrival date edges ever closer. Due out on the PS3 on January 26th it’s a game of madness and mayhem that many beta testers look upon fondly. Sites like Amazon are offering up a whack of special offers to get you in there and pre-ordering your copy today. [N4G]