NanoBITES captures those small but important morsels of gaming information that otherwise might slip between the cracks.
ITEM! Clearly impressed by the work of Sucker Punch Productions, Sony this week announced that it has purchased the studio. The most recent project to emerge from the developer was the well received PS3 exclusive Infamous 2.
ITEM! United Front Games’ True Crime: Hong Kong is about to climb off the canvas. The game was cancelled by Activision earlier this year but, as reported by Gamasutra, Square Enix has acquired the rights to publish it under a different (as yet unrevealed) title.
ITEM! It appears that the creators of Burn Zombie Burn are inclined to stick with what they know. Doublesix has announced “weapons-based arena combat game” All Zombies Must Die for a Q4 release on PSN and PC.
ITEM! Activision’s Call of Duty: Black Ops gravy train shows no sign of slowing, with the publisher announcing a new wave of DLC. Featuring two new and four ‘remastered’ zombie levels, the Rezurrection pack will arrive on 360 in the fourth week of August, with PS3 and PC versions to follow at a later date.
ITEM! Nintendo’s great handheld hopes have undergone title changes. As reported by 1UP, Super Mario 3DS and Mario Kart 3DS will now be known as Super Mario 3DS Land and Mario Kart 7. Nintendo is yet to announce Australian release dates.