Footage Of Alleged Unreleased South Park Game Found On Xbox Devkit

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Footage Of Alleged Unreleased South Park Game Found On Xbox Devkit

Yesterday, footage of what is being labeled as an unreleased South Park game for the original Xbox emerged online. While in a rough, early development state, the footage shows elements of open world driving and combat.

The material was presented by Happy Console Gamer. According to the video below, the game was in development by Buzz Monkey Software. The company handled a number of ports, including versions of Tomb Raider games, NFL Street 3, and Army of Two: The 40th Day.

In 2012, Zynga purchased the studio. Since then, the developer has released two Android games under its own name. 

U2 Songs Make Music Game Debut In Rock Band 4

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U2 – you may have heard of them – are set to make their music-game debut with a pair of songs in Rock Band 4.

"I Will Follow" (from Boy) and "Cedarwood Road" (Songs of Innocence) will appear in the game, and that's just the beginning.

Rock Band 4 developer Harmonix has announced that other U2 songs can be purchased via the in-game Music Store after launch. No specific songs or prices were given.

U2 Songs Make Music-Game Debut In Rock Band 4

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U2 Songs Make Music-Game Debut In Rock Band 4

U2 – you may have heard of them – are set to make their music-game debut with a pair of songs in Rock Band 4.

"I Will Follow" (from Boy) and "Cedarwood Road" (Songs of Innocence) will appear in the game, and that's just the beginning.

Rock Band 4 developer Harmonix has announced that other U2 songs can be purchased via the in-game Music Store after launch. No specific songs or prices were given.

Soma Live-Action Prequel Series Sets Up Terror Under The Sea

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Soma Live-Action Prequel Series Sets Up Terror Under The Sea

Now that Frictional’s Soma is out and terrifying people, the studio is continuing the intriguing live-action series that first introduced the game. Don’t worry about spoilers, as this is a prequel to Soma’s narrative.

The series, a partnership with Imagos Films, will run from September 28 through October 5, with a new episode dropping every day. You can check out the first one below, along with the two trailers released two years ago.

Transmission #1:

Microsoft Bundles Up 1 TB Xbox One With Both Tomb Raider Games

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Microsoft Bundles Up 1 TB Xbox One With Both Tomb Raider Games

Microsoft is taking this week to announce a number of holiday Xbox One bundles. As predicted, Lara Croft is getting her own.

The Tomb Raider bundle includes a 1 TB Xbox One, digital copies of Tomb Raider Definitive Edition and Rise of the Tomb Raider, and the Tactical Survival Kit pack (outfit and weapon skin) for Rise of the Tomb Raider. The console is standard black version (no fancy decoration or controller).

It’s priced at $399 (the same price as a standalone 1 TB Xbox One) and will be available at the Microsoft Store and Best Buy. Microsoft has already announced the following bundles:

Watch GTA V Soundtrack Contributors Tyler The Creator And Others Play GTA V

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Watch GTA V Soundtrack Contributors Tyler The Creator And Others Play GTA V

Tyler, The Creator, one of the musicians who created original music for Grand Theft Auto V, recently joined a few other of the game's soundtrack contributors for an online session with Rockstar.

Tyler, The Creator was joined by Danny Brown, Odd Future’s Taco and Jasper Dolphin, and Bruiser Brigade's Dopehead and DJ Skywlkr. You can check out the video below.

It may go without saying considering it's a video about Grand Theft Auto V, but look out for liberal use of profanity.

Reader Discussion – Skylanders: SuperChargers, Disney Infinity 3.0, Or Lego Dimensions?

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Reader Discussion – Skylanders: SuperChargers, Disney Infinity 3.0, Or Lego Dimensions?

As of today, 2015's three big toys-to-life games are now all available. What's your preference between the three?

You can find our reviews of each of the games, Skylanders: SuperChargers, Disney Infinity 3.0, and Lego Dimensions, by following the links.

Are you a fan of the originators with Skylanders? Or do you appreciate Disney Infinity's "deep bench" of licensed characters? Or maybe you just like Legos, because who doesn't love Legos? Or, do you prefer the multi-game application of Nintendo's amiibos? Or maybe you would prefer your games didn't come with toy accessories. Let us know in the comments.

Capcom Has No Plans To Make Monster Hunter Freedom Unite iOS 9 Compatible

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Capcom Has No Plans To Make Monster Hunter Freedom Unite iOS 9 Compatible

Released last year on iOS devices, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is not compatible with iOS 9, and Capcom has no plans to update the game.

News of the game's non-compatibility comes from its iTunes product description page, which you can see screen capped below. It reads, "This application is not compatible with iOS 9 (including the beta). There are currently no plans to update this application in the future. Please keep this in mind when updating your OS."

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is an iOS port of the 2009 PSP game of the same title. It release on iOS July of last year, making just over a year old. We've reached out to Capcom for more details and will update this story if and when we hear more details.