5 items from 2012
Roll up, Roll up… Each week we bring you news on what is being released into the gaming world…. So lets get it started! Kicking off this list of games which will be released 12th November – 18th November 2012 is:
Call Of Duty: Black Ops II (PC / Xbox 360 / Ps Vita):
It’s time to go behind enemy lines with Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 as a solider from an elite fighting force in a world of covert operations, deniable missions and secret warfare. In this sequel to one of the best selling and most critically acclaimed games of all time, Alex Mason is back and the stakes have never been higher. International figure Raul Menendez claims to be a messiah for the 99% but underneath the surface there’s Cordis Die and a villain plotting to bring the world’s superpowers to war.
Wonderbook: Book Of Spells (PS3):
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In a spot which premiered on Aug. 19, the tight-knit animated trio are called to the rescue when the model turned designer (she recently launched a new baby/kid collection, Truly Scrumptious, at Babies R Us) finds herself in the middle of a red carpet fashion disaster.
Equipped with their savvy skills — and signature belly screen! — Milli, Geo and Bot use Klum’s measuring tape tresses and mighty math powers to even out her sky-high heels.
We now know when Paper Mario: Sticker Star will bring its decorative RPG elements to North American 3Ds devices, thanks to a handheld-centric press release that Nintendo just sent out. The official document lists the game beside a November 11 release date, positioning it well for this holiday season’s shopping blowout.
Going further, the release lists a bevy of different titles that will become available for Nintendo’s two DualScreen handhelds during this calendar year. As a result, we now know that Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask will be out on October 28, while Style Savvy: Trendsetters will launch one week before that.
Find out more below:
Nintendo’s Portable Game Lineup Offers Boundless Fun for Everyone in 2012
Dates Confirmed for New Games, Including Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask
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Redmond, Wash.–(Business Wire)– From puzzles and mysteries to fashion and photo fun, the diverse lineup »
- Chad Goodmurphy
Courtesy Gilt Groupe
Next week, Gilt Groupe is hosting a few fab sales worth checking out. You’ll find loads of chic toys, accessories, shoes and clothing from A Pea in the Pod Maternity (8/5),
Netto Furniture by Maclaren (8/6), Safavieh Kids’ Rugs (8/7), Team Umizoomi (8/8), Japanese Weekend Maternity (8/9), and more.
Our picks: L’Amour and Angel’s polka dot ballet flat (originally $41, now $26), and the Rowdy Sprouts The Beatles onesie (originally $41, now $26), shown above.
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By Allen Gardner
Harold And Maude (Criterion) Hal Ashby’s masterpiece of black humor centers on a wealthy young man (Bud Cort) who’s obsessed with death and the septuagenarian (Ruth Gordon) with whom he finds true love. As unabashedly romantic as it is quirky, with Cat Stevens supplying one of the great film scores of all-time. Fine support from Vivian Pickles, Cyril Cusack, Charles Tyner, and Ellen Geer. Fine screenplay by Colin Higgins. Also available on Blu-ray disc. Bonuses: Commentary by Hal Ashby biographer Nick Dawson, producer Charles Mulvehill; Illustrated audio excerpts from seminars by Ashby and Higgins; Interview with Cat Stevens. Widescreen. Dolby 2.0 stereo.
In Darkness (Sony) Agnieszka Holland’s Ww II epic tells the true story of a sewer worker and petty thief in Nazi-occupied Poland who single-handedly helped hide a group of Jews in the city’s labyrinthine sewer system for the duration of the war. »
- The Hollywood Interview.com
5 items from 2012
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