Tag Archives: 7-Eleven
Tue, Jan 04, 2011 | 07:29 GMT
US-based Sony fans can grab some sweet extras to two major upcoming releases, Killzone 3 and LittleBigPlanet, by dropping into their local 7-11 store and purchasing a Slurpee cup. Delicious.
Tue, Apr 20, 2010 | 22:03 BST
7-Eleven has announced that it’s to start selling used games at over 3,000 of its US stores for $19.99 and below.
Tue, Oct 06, 2009 | 07:15 BST
American people: if you’re planning on buying Zipper’s MAG for PS3 in January, you could do worse than pre-ordering it from 7-Eleven. As detailed in this US PS Blog post, you’ll get a “recruitment kit and poster” for your loyalty.
Just think about that for a second. A MAG poster of your very own. Now buy, soldier. The game’s out on January 26.
Thu, Aug 27, 2009 | 20:56 BST
Yesterday, a trademark for Okamiden was dug up by Siliconera suggesting that Okami 2 may be on the way.
Today, Andriasang’s reporting that 7-Eleven’s e-commerce site shows the September 17 issue of Famitsu containing contents marked “Okamiden.”
According to the site, Okami has been in the news a lot in Japan, with Capcom confirming the Wii version of the game for October 15 and releasing loads of stuff to Japanese press outlets.
The new Famitsu will be released on September 3, so come next week we should know more about this.
Thu, May 21, 2009 | 19:42 BST
The teaser site over at Kojima Productions is scheduled to reveal what is in store for us later this evening, but that has not stopped a Japanese 7-Eleven e-Commerce database from claiming it’s a Metal Gear game.
Its listing mentions upcoming issues of trade magazines offering coverage of the MGS games, specifically pointing out Famitsu PSP+PS3.
Other than implying that the game is Sony only, the listing also mentions that the magazines are slated to hit retail on May 30.
Over on the Kojima site, there’s just over six hours left before another bit of tease is added, or we get a full reveal.
Maybe it will at least shed light on the “5″ that pops up with the lightening. Or it could be an “S”.
We don’t know, really. But it’s killing us.
Wed, Aug 27, 2008 | 23:09 BST