Battlefield Bad Company 2 Onslaught

Battlefield Bad Company 2 tank
Battlefield Bad Company 2 tank

If you’ve experienced BBC2 you already know the fun you can have gunning down the enemy in lush fully destructible environments. Now with the Onslaught download content patch you get four all new multiplayer maps.

The 4-man cooperative mode includes the maps: Nelson Bay, Attacam Desert, Valparaiso and Isla Innocentes. It is currently available for download on the Xbox 360 via XBL and the Playstation 3 via PSN. Bjorn Johnsson from DICE spoke to IncGamers explaining the difference in the new maps and Coop play:

“Basically they are the same maps but we have enhanced them in many different ways,” he said.

“We have different effects like the sandstorm in Attacama Desert, you play one of the night maps in daytime and one of the daytime maps in night mode, basically.”

“Also we added a load of other weather effects and different lighting,” he added.

“We have tweaked it quite a bit to make it feel different.”

As for the question of when it will come to PC;

“The problem we have on PC is that all our servers are dedicated with providers. Changing a server from Conquest 32 players to Onslaught 4 players cuts out 28 player slots from the total ammount available. This could have a dramatic affect on the PC online environment if enough servers changed to Onslaught,” DICE associate producer Barrie Tingle explained.

Medal of Honor Leave A Message

Medal of Honor cover
Medal of Honor cover

EA shows that their new modern war shooter may be a game, but war itself is hell. In this teaser trailer we get a glimpse of Medal of Honor’s latest military project that will be released on the PS3, 360 and PC on October 12, 2010.

The trailer is a tribute to Steven Spielberg who created the Medal of Honor franchise. If the trailer has a familiar feel to it that is because it was designed that way.

“The best way we knew how to do this, was to recreate the Omaha Beach landing with Jimmy Patterson [from Medal of Honor: Frontline,” Greg Goodrich executive producer said. “Except now, instead of arriving on the shores of occupied France in the hull of a Higgins boat, our Ranger would arrive in the Shahi-Kot Valley, in Afghanistan’s Paktia province, in the modern day equivalent, the CH-47 Chinook helicopter. Basically, Normandy in the desert.”


The trailer shows in-game footage taken from the first Ranger mission of the game and through it has been edited slightly for the trailer it looks incredible. The game is meant to have a more mature, serious feel than just a standard military shooter. We’ve seen the effects of adding drama to war shooters and I can’t wait to see what MOH does.

No word yet on a beta besides it is coming “soon” when it does we will let you know how to get in.

Hardcore

Hardcore start menu
Hardcore start menu

Hardcore, unreleased Genesis/Mega Drive Game by Digital Illusions

Hardcore was an unreleased Sega Genesis/Mega Drive game created by Digital Illusions in 1994-1995. The rights of the game ended up being owned by Psygnosis, which Sony owns, and they had by that time killed all development and releases for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive.

The game reminds me of the Turrican games and Abuse.

Check out a video of what the game would have been like below:

Thanks to Tobias Sixx Bergeld for the heads-up on this video.