Good Game: Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, Lara Croft, Dragon Age 2, Infamous 2, Fable 3 and more



Mass Effect 2 is coming to the PS3 in January 2011.

Zombies are coming back to Call of Duty: Black Ops (Nov. 9)!

New screens were released for Medal of Honor (Xbox 360, PS3 and PC on Oct. 12).

The new extended trailer for The Lord of the Rings: War in the North (XBox, PS3, and PC, 2011) emphasizes the co-op gameplay.

There are new maps and gameplay footage for Halo: Reach (Xbox 360, Sep. 14).

There’s a new Heroes of Might and Magic (PC) coming in 2011.

Final Fantasy XIV Online (Sept. 30 on PC, and March 2011 on PS3) has finally been unveiled.

There won’t be a sequel to Heavy Rain (PS3).

Tropico 4 (PC) was announced for 2011.

Insomniac games announced Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One, the first game in the series to feature four-player co-op.

The first screenshots of Sims Medieval (PC, March 2011) were released.

Excalibur Online (PC), a “free to play MMORT set in the days before Camelot,” started their open beta this week. Registration is free and you can start playing immediately.

BioWare revealed the Advanced Classes for your Jedi in Star Wars: The Old Republic (TBD 2011).

Metal Gear Solid: Rising (XBox, PS3) allows you to play as a pacifist.

New trailers/teasers were also released this week for Arcania: Gothic 4 (XBox, PS3, PC, Oct. 12, 2010), Tera (PC only, 2011), and Kingdom Under Fire II (Xbox and PC, late 2010), and Lord of the Rings: War in the North.

Square Enix previewed an upcoming shooter game called Gun Loco (Xbox 360) in which you fight intergalactic criminals who are wearing large rabbit heads. Seriously.

Among the new games on the iPhone/iPad is Jaws, by Bytemark Games. Yes, that’s really the name of the company.

An unconfirmed set list for Rockband 3 leaked this week, and it includes songs by Tegan and Sara, Elton John and Amy Winehouse.

That’s it for this week! Let me know in the comments what news you’re most excited about, and whether there are any games I’ve haven’t reported on that you’d like me to cover in future editions.

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