After being released on PC a few months ago, Risen 2: Dark Waters is now finally available on Xbox 360 and PS3. Ghost_Deus captured a bunch of videos of the 360 version, and as you'll see, to enjoy the game, you will have to get used to a lot of technical issues (tearing, pop-up, slowdowns, etc.). Many will probably stop at that, which would be a shame since Pirahna Bytes' title is still interesting enough to keep you entertained for a good while. Of course, if you do have a choice and can play the PC version, that's definitely the one to go for, even though it also has a few technical issues to cope with.
Like having Google TV functionality (or Microsoft TV) functionality is actually going anywhere. The Verge did a pretty good write up on why it's a terrible idea. (2 Hours ago)
How did MS win anything without Sony yet to reveal their cards? I wouldn't be surprised if Sony show us the PS4 with built-in Google TV at E3. (2 Hours ago)
@Ronsauce: my back catalog of games to play is huge anyway. Just read you definitely have to be online at least once every 24 hours.Ah well wanted a reason to opt out (4 Hours ago)
@Adropacrich2: Agreed. Honestly, I'm more excited for Spies vs Mercs in the upcoming Splinter Cell game than I am for anything I've seen of the next gen. (4 Hours ago)
yeah as it should be, my problem these days is I'm falling out of love anyway with games. Happy to remain playing what I have now if games don't improve past just facelifts all the time (4 Hours ago)
@Adropacrich2: Considering my main use for these consoles is for gaming, I only care if the "winner" is determined by gamers. (4 Hours ago)