Just a little update about what happened lately:
We've been offline for a while with a little unfriendly offline notice. (Fear the RickRoll). This has been because of an argument between two members of the GreenGamer team (Yeah, I messed up). However, we made up, the argument is over, no harm done. Anyways, we decided that we were being plain stupid for tearing this site down and our personal matters should be no reason to take the website down.
We want to apologize for our downtime because of these events, but we have learned from it and got a lot wiser. Therefore you can expect Greengamer to come back better than ever!
Futhermore, we've made some progress behind the screens, but we're not releasing any information yet!
Stay tuned for more ;)
Just after the beta, bungie revealed the release date for Halo:Reach. The exact date will be 14 september 2010 for the US and EU and 15 september for Japan.Bob McKenzie, senior vice president of merchandising at GameStop noted that, "Pre-orders for 'Halo: Reach' have been off the charts, with fans snapping up the limited and legendary editions since they were introduced just a month ago. Overall, it's a real testament to the passion of the 'Halo' fan base."
Microsoft also revealed some numbers about the beta. More than 2.7 million people played over 13 million games in the beta. Let's hope Bungie knows what to do with all that stuff.
A new Medal Of Honor was announced by EA Games for the PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. The expected release date of the game is October 12, 2010. This Medal Of Honor will not be about World War II, like the previous Medal Of Honors, but about the war in Afghanistan. We will be following some members from the Tier 1 Operators: A unit who does mission no other unit dares to accept!
The creators of the game had some quality talk with the real Tier 1 Operators from the US Special forces, to make the game as realistic as possible!
This game will be about a new enemy, in a completely new war!
LittleBigPlanet will be back for more epic action this winter. The same studio as the first game, Media Molecule, is developing LittleBigPlanet 2.
The game will have better graphics, a new story line, more equipment and much more.
Just like LittleBigPlanet, you can build your own levels and share it online.
Not only levels, but you can also design your own games, like racing games, shooters and more.