If you pre-ordered the Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Collector’s Edition for PlayStation 4, you’ll find that your purchase will be lacking a few codes for some key DLC content.
According to reports on both NeoGAF and Reddit, several consumers who received the game early have discovered it’s missing codes for the Day One DLC and bonus content exclusive to the Collector’s Edition.
Konami has since taken to Facebook to clear up the issue, confirming the codes aren’t included in the physical package itself. Rather, the codes will be delivered on the receipt at the time of purchase or via email.
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Sony this past week took the wraps off a crazy and new TV remote control with a full-sized built-in speaker. Needless to say, this is likely the biggest and most ridiculous TV remote you’re ever going to see. While we can certainly appreciate the idea behind this contraption, it certainly won’t win any awards for industrial design anytime soon.
Vic B’Stard writes: “In an attempt to find a solution to may ongoing PlayStation 4 storage problems, I decided to try out one of Nykos PS4 Data Bank 3.5 hard drive enclosures.
Unfortunately, theres no such thing as having too much data storage, ask any PC gamer. Unfortunately nobody told this to Sony or Microsoft, two companies that should have known better when they saw fit to stuff a paltry 500GB hard drive in their new consoles.
This extremely short-sighted action will have ramifications for gamers for the life of this generation of game consoles.”
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Short Pause: “After a disastrous attempt at a worldwide Beta launch failed to produce even a semi-playable version of Street Fighter V at the end of July, Capcom wisely went back to the drawing board, opting to perform a series of individual stress tests across the various territories the game is set to launch in around the globe. Players would be matched up against competitors from within their territory, and Capcom would have a better idea of how to manage things on a more global scale for the future. Its a strategy that seems to have paid off because, after a successful stint in Europe, the Beta has made its way over to our shores without a hitch. Ive spent several hours with the Beta over the last few days, and Ive got a few takeaways.”
Mortal Kombat X won’t be coming to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced that the last-generation versions of the fighting game are canceled.
“After months of development, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has come to the regrettable conclusion that we cannot release Mortal Kombat X for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360,” it said in a statement. “Please know our teams worked diligently to meet the quality standards set by the current-gen versions of the game. We were not able to get the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions to the quality expected of a Mortal Kombat game and are very sorry for not being able to deliver the products as originally planned.”
People who preordered Mortal Kombat X for Xbox 360 or PS3 can get a refund.
Mortal Kombat X for Xbox 360 and PS3 was originally scheduled to launch alongside the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC editions back in April. However, Warner Bros. later delayed the last-generation versions to sometime this summer and then again to fall. High Voltage Software, which also developed the PC edition of Mortal Kombat X, was working on the last-generation console versions.
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Xbox boss Phil Spencer has spoken out to congratulate Gears of War creator Cliff Blesiznski on the official announcement of his latest game, LawBreakers, which looks pretty great (see the video below). He even teased that he is open to the idea of LawBreakers coming to Xbox One someday.
“Last time Cliff Bleszinski launched a new gaming franchise that one seem to turn out ok,” Spencer said on Twitter. “Congrats to you and the team.”
What’s more interesting is what Spencer says next. A fan asks if LawBreakers could come to Xbox someday. Spencer replied: “Cliff Bleszinski is always welcome on Xbox.”
Of course, that’s not a confirmation by any stretch that LawBreakers is coming to console. Right now, LawBreakers, a free-to-play game published by Nexon, is confirmed only for PC. However, Bleszinski’s own Twitter bio said previously that Boss Key would consider console versions of LawBreakers after the game ships for PC. This line has since been removed, replaced by a description of LawBreakers.
LawBreakers launches in 2016.
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