NanoBITES captures those small but important morsels of gaming information that otherwise might slip between the cracks.
ITEM! A free update is on the way for the 360 version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Scheduled for April, it will allow players to issue more than 200 voice commands via the Kinect peripheral.
ITEM! A potential Bulletstorm sequel is languishing in development hell. Epic Games president Mike Capps told GameSpot that although work did commence on the game, the team responsible has now been assigned to another project.
ITEM! Robot Entertainment has unveiled Orcs Must Die 2. The new game will boast cooperative play, as well as fresh levels, weapons, enemies and upgrades. Expect to see it (on PC only at this stage) in winter 2012.
ITEM! The studio that gave us Unit 13 is no more according to a report published by Game Informer. The closure of Zipper Interactive, probably best known for its work on the SOCOM series, will result in 80 job losses.
ITEM! Capcom has confirmed that Resident Evil 6 won’t be released in November as previously advertised. Before you get too upset, though, you should know that it has actually been brought forward to September.
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