Dead Rising 2: Case Zero was released last Tuesday exclusively on Xbox Live Arcade. For 400 Microsoft Points only, you get to play the prologue of Dead Rising 2, which gives you a taste of what to expect in the final game. Moreover, you can upgrade your character up to level 5 and save it for the real thing in late September. Some will say it's just a promotional demo fro which you have to pay but for the fans, the cheap price and the content definitely makes it worth their while. Here are two videos, the first one being the introduction of this short episode while the second one shows the very first case. By the way, in case you are wondering, we edited the videos so that the - awfully long - loading screens do not appear to break the pace.
But every chance of introducing that variety they either drop, cancel or don't follow through with improved sequels. E3 needs to be amazing from them. (1 Hour ago)
Before we get them. They need variety to bring in new people. Because forza and halo aren't going to do that (1 Hour ago)
@Moonwalker: basically MS say a lot of things but nothing about what they're ouputting suggests any of it is true. Even if they announce new games, or a SO, or recore sequel, it could be years (1 Hour ago)
I think people who want Rainbow Six to have a narrative focus must be the minority. (1 Hour ago)
@AndreasZ94: I don't think of GR as one of those service games is all. And I'm not sure that Rainbow Six would benefit from having a narrative focus is all. (1 Hour ago)
@AndreasZ94: why does it have to be single player *only* anyway? Games like Halo get by just fine doing both. I think there's room for all three experiences. SP, MP, and games that do both. (1 Hour ago)
Going to guess one is the new Wolfenstein and the other maybe The Evil Within 2, hope not. Please let it be Bethesda Game Studios' new IP. (2 Hours ago)