Games of 2010 – February Edition
If you missed it, we did a January Edition of Games to Come 2010 a couple weeks ago. The new releases for the year have wound down to a dribble and we can only play the games we’ve purchased in 2009 and look forward to what lays ahead in 2010!
Bioshock 2 (February 9, 2010) PS3, Xbox 360, PC
Bioshock 2 is the FPS sequel to 2007’s Bioshock. In this game, players assume the role of the FIRST Big Daddy and run around harvesting Little Sisters. The big baddy in this game? Big Sister. Multiplayer will also be coming to this Rapturous sequel.
Lost Planet 2 (February 2, 2010) PS3, Xbox 360 NOTE: Delay just announced
Lost Planet 2 is the sequel to Japan’s 2007 third-person-shooter/RPG Lost Planet. Events take place 10 years after the first game in a tropical environment instead of the original’s snowy landscape. Players play as Snow Pirates thrown in the fight between corporation NEVEC and insect-like Akrids. The game will include single-player, online co-op and multiplayer modes
Dante’s Inferno (February 9, 2010) PS3, Xbox 360, PSP
Dante’s Inferno is a singleplayer, third-person action/adventure game based loosely on the poem, Inferno, the first part in Dante Alighieri’s The Divine Comedy. Gameplay has been likened to that of God of War. Players play as protaganist Dante, as he navigates through the Nine Circles of Hell to rescue his beloved. Travel through Hell alone in this single-player game.
Splinter Cell: Conviction (February 23, 2010) Xbox 360, PC
The fifth in Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell series, Conviction takes place two years after the events of Splinter Cell: Double Agent, with players playing as character Sam Fisher. It will have new features such as a “mark and execute” feature and a new cooperative campaign.
Napoleon: Total War (February 26th, 2010) PC
Napoleon: Total War is a turn-based strategy/real-time tactics video game for PC and the next installment of the Total War series. It will have three campaigns and include single and multiplayer modes and Steam achievements.
Star Trek: Online (February 2, 2010) PC
Star Trek: Online is an MMORPG taking place in the Star Trek Universe. Players will Captain their own ship, build up their characters with race and professions of their choice, and take part in space and ground combat.