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Activision’s NASCAR pushed into March for polishing

Eutechnyx’s upcoming NASCAR title has been delayed, the developer has confirmed, saying the game needs more time for “polish”.

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  • Splinter Cell: Conviction PC slips two weeks

    Ubisoft just slipped the PC version of Splinter Cell: Conviction from April 16 to April 30.

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  • Ubi slips PC version of Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

    Ubisoft just pushed the PC version of the next Prince of Persia game back from May to June.

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  • Quantum Theory delayed to "TBA"

    According to various reports, Koei’s delayed muscly actioner Quantum Theory back from March 25 to “TBA”.

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  • Decision to delay BioShock 2 was "impressive," says dev boss

    The call to push BioShock 2 back from November 2009 to February 2010 for quality reasons was one that cost 2K “millions of dollars” and was all the more “impressive” for it, Kent Hudson, 2K Marin senior systems designer, has said in an interview.

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  • PS3 Motion Controler delayed to "fall 2010"

    Hardly the greatest shock in the world, but Sony’s just confirmed by press release that its PS3 Motion Controller – tipped yesterday to be called Arc – won’t ship until this autumn.

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  • Gran Turismo 5 delayed in Japan

    Sony’s confirmed what appears to be a substantial delay for GT5 in Japan.

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  • Singularity pushed off, Acti claims no date set

    Looks as though Raven FPS Singularity’s been shunted off into summer 2010, with Activision now claiming no date was ever given for the game.

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  • Assassin's Creed II PC slips into Q1 2010

    Ubisoft’s confirmed that the PC version of Assassin’s Creed II has been pushed back to Q1 2010. “A bit more time for the dev team to deliver the best quality game to you,” said the firm. The console versions are scheduled to ship on November 20. Thanks, Tymon.

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  • Acti pushes Blur into 2010

    Activision’s delayed Bizarre’s Blur, pushing the shoot-and-racer into 2010. “We are committed to making Blur a great new racing franchise, and we are very encouraged by the game’s design,” stated Mike Griffith, president and CEO of Activision Publishing. “The additional time will allow the studio to fully optimise the vision they set out to create […]

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  • King of Fighter XII slips to September 25 in UK

    The King of Fighters XII will launch on September 25 for both 360 and PS3 in the UK, Ignition said today. The new date’s a slip from the previously announced August 28 release. Which is today. Hand-drawn, blah, fighting monkeys, blah. PR after the break.

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  • Section 8 delayed a week

    Southpeak shooter Section 8′s been pushed back a week, according to EG. “The game is now being released on September 11 not September 4 due to a small delay in the manufacturing process,” said a rep. The jetpack blaster’s a PC and 360 title.

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  • Morhaime: "Correct to conclude" that two Blizzard games will hit in 2010

    Speaking in the Acti Blizz Q2 earnings call tonight, Blizzard boss Mike Morhaime caved on the subject of whether or not two Blizzard games would release next year, saying it was “correct to conclude” that StarCraft II’s now-confirmed delay into 2010 means the publisher’s about to double up. Morhaime stated in a previous earnings call […]

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  • StarCraft II pushed in first-half 2010 to match Battle.net relaunch

    Acti Blizz just confirmed that StarCraft II will launch in the first half of 2010 “to coincide with the relaunch of its upgraded Battle.net online -gaming service.” The news Blizzard fans have been dreading to hear came in the company’s just-released Q2 financial report. “As we prepare for next year, we have moved the expected […]

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  • Splinter Cell: Conviction delayed to achieve "ambitions"

    Ubi’s claimed Splinter Cell: Conviction was pushed into 2010 because a slip was the only way of achieving the firm’s “ambitions” for the game. “After demonstrating the new vision for the game at E3 2009 we won many awards and got a lot of interest from fans and press alike,” said the publisher, speaking on […]

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  • Bayonetta pushed into 2010

    Sega said today that Bayonetta’s has been delayed until January 2010 in the US. The Platinum actioner will still release in October in Japan, as planned. “Bayonetta is an extremely important new IP for SEGA and adds a new level of depth to our growing portfolio. As a result of market analysis we have taken […]

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  • Max Payne 3 joins BioShock 2 in FY2010

    While BioShock 2′s delay into fiscal 2010 quite rightly dominated last night’s confessional press release and subsequent conference call from Take-Two, you may not have noticed that it wasn’t the only big game to take a tumble. Max Payne 3 has also been pushed into the next financial year, having been originally planned for a […]

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  • Singularity delayed to Q1 2010

    Raven and Acti Blizz have delayed Singularity until the beginning of next year to keep it our of Modern Warfare 2′s all-smashing super-snowplough. Sensible. “The level of excitement for Infinity Ward’s Modern Warfare 2 coming out of E3 well exceeded our expectations and therefore we have decided to move Raven’s upcoming sci-fi first person action […]

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  • DiRT 2 PC pushed to December, to have DirectX 11 elements

    Codemasters said today that the PC version of DiRT 2 will “support the wealth of new performance enhancing features that will be available in DirectX 11.” In order to get the features in, however, the game needs to “benefit from an extended development program” and ship in December. Not September. As originally planned. DX11 hardware […]

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  • Jumpgate Evolution delayed, no new date on horizon

    Whoops. NetDevil’s delayed Jumpgate Evolution, offering no new time-scale for the MMO’s release. “Jumpgate Evolution is nearly feature complete, but since entering the Friends & Family phase of testing we’ve been able to bring new eyes onto the game and get solid, crucial feedback from actual players and fans,” said a rep in this forum […]

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  • Activision’s NASCAR pushed into March for polishing

    Eutechnyx’s upcoming NASCAR title has been delayed, the developer has confirmed, saying the game needs more time for “polish”.

  • Splinter Cell: Conviction PC slips two weeks

    Ubisoft just slipped the PC version of Splinter Cell: Conviction from April 16 to April 30.

  • Ubi slips PC version of Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

    Ubisoft just pushed the PC version of the next Prince of Persia game back from May to June.

  • Quantum Theory delayed to “TBA”

    According to various reports, Koei’s delayed muscly actioner Quantum Theory back from March 25 to “TBA”.

  • Decision to delay BioShock 2 was “impressive,” says dev boss

    The call to push BioShock 2 back from November 2009 to February 2010 for quality reasons was one that cost 2K “millions of dollars” and was all the more “impressive” for it, Kent Hudson, 2K Marin senior systems designer, has said in an interview.

  • PS3 Motion Controler delayed to “fall 2010″

    Hardly the greatest shock in the world, but Sony’s just confirmed by press release that its PS3 Motion Controller – tipped yesterday to be called Arc – won’t ship until this autumn.

  • Gran Turismo 5 delayed in Japan

    Sony’s confirmed what appears to be a substantial delay for GT5 in Japan.

  • Singularity pushed off, Acti claims no date set

    Looks as though Raven FPS Singularity’s been shunted off into summer 2010, with Activision now claiming no date was ever given for the game.

  • Assassin’s Creed II PC slips into Q1 2010

    Ubisoft’s confirmed that the PC version of Assassin’s Creed II has been pushed back to Q1 2010. “A bit more time for the dev team to deliver the best quality game to you,” said the firm. The console versions are scheduled to ship on November 20. Thanks, Tymon.

  • Acti pushes Blur into 2010

    Activision’s delayed Bizarre’s Blur, pushing the shoot-and-racer into 2010. “We are committed to making Blur a great new racing franchise, and we are very encouraged by the game’s design,” stated Mike Griffith, president and CEO of Activision Publishing. “The additional time will allow the studio to fully optimise the vision they set out to create […]

  • King of Fighter XII slips to September 25 in UK

    The King of Fighters XII will launch on September 25 for both 360 and PS3 in the UK, Ignition said today. The new date’s a slip from the previously announced August 28 release. Which is today. Hand-drawn, blah, fighting monkeys, blah. PR after the break.

  • Section 8 delayed a week

    Southpeak shooter Section 8′s been pushed back a week, according to EG. “The game is now being released on September 11 not September 4 due to a small delay in the manufacturing process,” said a rep. The jetpack blaster’s a PC and 360 title.

  • Morhaime: “Correct to conclude” that two Blizzard games will hit in 2010

    Speaking in the Acti Blizz Q2 earnings call tonight, Blizzard boss Mike Morhaime caved on the subject of whether or not two Blizzard games would release next year, saying it was “correct to conclude” that StarCraft II’s now-confirmed delay into 2010 means the publisher’s about to double up. Morhaime stated in a previous earnings call […]

  • StarCraft II pushed in first-half 2010 to match Battle.net relaunch

    Acti Blizz just confirmed that StarCraft II will launch in the first half of 2010 “to coincide with the relaunch of its upgraded Battle.net online -gaming service.” The news Blizzard fans have been dreading to hear came in the company’s just-released Q2 financial report. “As we prepare for next year, we have moved the expected […]

  • Splinter Cell: Conviction delayed to achieve “ambitions”

    Ubi’s claimed Splinter Cell: Conviction was pushed into 2010 because a slip was the only way of achieving the firm’s “ambitions” for the game. “After demonstrating the new vision for the game at E3 2009 we won many awards and got a lot of interest from fans and press alike,” said the publisher, speaking on […]

  • Bayonetta pushed into 2010

    Sega said today that Bayonetta’s has been delayed until January 2010 in the US. The Platinum actioner will still release in October in Japan, as planned. “Bayonetta is an extremely important new IP for SEGA and adds a new level of depth to our growing portfolio. As a result of market analysis we have taken […]

  • Max Payne 3 joins BioShock 2 in FY2010

    While BioShock 2′s delay into fiscal 2010 quite rightly dominated last night’s confessional press release and subsequent conference call from Take-Two, you may not have noticed that it wasn’t the only big game to take a tumble. Max Payne 3 has also been pushed into the next financial year, having been originally planned for a […]

  • Singularity delayed to Q1 2010

    Raven and Acti Blizz have delayed Singularity until the beginning of next year to keep it our of Modern Warfare 2′s all-smashing super-snowplough. Sensible. “The level of excitement for Infinity Ward’s Modern Warfare 2 coming out of E3 well exceeded our expectations and therefore we have decided to move Raven’s upcoming sci-fi first person action […]

  • DiRT 2 PC pushed to December, to have DirectX 11 elements

    Codemasters said today that the PC version of DiRT 2 will “support the wealth of new performance enhancing features that will be available in DirectX 11.” In order to get the features in, however, the game needs to “benefit from an extended development program” and ship in December. Not September. As originally planned. DX11 hardware […]

  • Jumpgate Evolution delayed, no new date on horizon

    Whoops. NetDevil’s delayed Jumpgate Evolution, offering no new time-scale for the MMO’s release. “Jumpgate Evolution is nearly feature complete, but since entering the Friends & Family phase of testing we’ve been able to bring new eyes onto the game and get solid, crucial feedback from actual players and fans,” said a rep in this forum […]

  • FUEL delayed to June 5

    Codemasters has confirmed to VG247 that the 360 and PS3 versions of open-world racer FUEL have been delayed to June 5, a little slip of a week. The PC version? It’s coming, we’re assured. There’s no solid date on it as yet, but it’s “to follow” in the very near future. We’re talking weeks.

  • Op Flash pulled back to “balance player experience”

    Codemasters has issued a statement on the slip of Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising, saying more time is needed for balancing. “As stated by the Executive Producer in yesterday’s interview on IGN, Codemasters is investing additional development time on the project to balance the player experience throughout the game,” said a rep. “The studio is now […]

  • Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising slips to “autumn”, new trailer

    Codemasters slipped Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising yet again this morning, pushing the game back to “autumn” instead of the previously announced “summer”. The news came at the end of a new trailer for the war sim, which looked pretty damn spectacular. No reason’s been given for the delay, and Codemasters was unavailable for comment at […]

  • Eidos UK: No change to Batman date

    Eidos has told VG247 this morning that Batman: Arkham Asylum is still on track for its summer release, despite a now widely-reported Game Informer rumour of a slip to Q4. “Batman: Arkham Asylum is currently scheduled for a summer 2009 release date,” a rep said today. Put it this way: the game’s scheduled for a […]

  • Sims 3 delayed for simultaneous Mac and PC ship

    Sims 3 associate producer Grant Rodiek has told Gamespot that his game was delayed partly in order to assure both Mac and PC versions could ship at the same time. “The Sims 3 June launch gives more time for tuning and polish, and the ability to launch the game on PC and Mac platforms simultaneously,” […]

  • The Conduit slips to “summer,” gets multiplayer trailer

    Sega release a trailer of High Voltage’s The Conduit this afternoon, as you can see after the break. The end of the video unfortunately tells of a slip to “summer” from “spring”. Let’s hope the Wii shooter doesn’t feel like watching the leaves fall off the trees. Take a look.

  • Saints Row 2 DLC delayed a week

    THQ said last night that Saints Row 2′s upcoming DLC, Ultor Exposed, has slipped by a week and will now launch on April 23. Tera Patrick’s in it, or at least a really terrible digital representation of her is, so that means you have to part with 800 MS Points to play it. There’s other […]

  • GDC: DC Universe Online and The Agency pushed to 2010

    Oh dear. SOE’s John Smedley’s told a GDC lecture this morning that DC Universe Online will now release in 2010. The PS3 and PC MMO was originally intended to hit this year. Worse, SOE’s other big-name MMO, The Agency, has also been pushed back into next year. Not so great. Thanks, Joystiq.

  • Midnight Club: LA South Central DLC delayed for 360

    Rockstar announced last night that the 360 version of its Midnight Club South Central DLC has been delayed. Apparently the add-on has been pushed back “slightly” due to “an unforeseen bug in the title update”. The PSN version went up yesterday as planned. Thanks, Kotaku.

  • HAWX delayed for PC

    Ubi just confirmed that the PC version of Tom Clancy’s HAWX has been delayed a week from March 13 to March 20. No reason was given for the slip. The game releases for PS3 and 360 on Friday.