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Toy Soldiers: Cold War DLC - Evil Empire & Napalm Review

Take back the toy box once again, with Toy Soldiers: Cold War's two new DLC Packs.

Toy Soldiers: Cold War

With the release of two new downloadable packs for Toy Soldiers: Cold War anyone that's played this game should be excited. Both of these mini expansions  for this tower defencs game bring back all the great game play you loved in the first place and gives you new maps, new weapons and new vehicles to play in. Depending on what kind of experience you're looking for each of the packs have their own benefits and are sold separately for 400 Microsoft Points ($5) on XBLA.

Toy Soldiers: Cold War - Evil Empire

Evil Empire turns the tables as you take over the Soviets and lead your comrades against the American army. A few fun changes have been made to the commando barrage (who is now Ivan and yells things in what we can assume is Russian) and while the turrets are a slightly different design all the same familiar options and upgrades are there for you to use. The new barrage this pack adds is Orbital Laser. Thanks to the Soviet space station you are now equipped with, what is essentially, an instant kill ray that takes out everything it touches and sends your enemies flying through the air on fire. Another awesome addition to this game is a new survival mode level. Trauma takes defending the toy box beyond just your enemies; your weapons now work against you. Things get way more complicated with the friendly fire aspect thrown in. The mini-game, Pop-A-Pig, is whack-a-mole with a turret gun. It sounds cool and is for a few minutes but like most shooting games it's really just the same old speed and accuracy test. Sadly, the "new" Super Tank boss isn't really new at all. While the waves may be a little bit different it's really the same boss you faced in the main version of the game. It can take a while to kill but there wasn't anything too extraordinary about it.



Skyrim DLC Teased

Skyrim: Dawnguard

Skyrim's soon to be unveiled DLC now has a name: Dawnguard. This teaser image is, as of this writing, the only available information on the DLC. That said, this elusive content pack is purportedly further along in development than we may think, and is slated to be released sometime this summer. Dawnguard will be a timed exclusive on the Xbox 360.

Expect further information, up to and including a full reveal, at E3 next month.


Powers Boothe To Voice New Hitman Absolution Character

Hitman: Absolution

Veteran character actor Powers Boothe, most notably known for his roles in Deadwood, 24, and Sin City will be lending his voice to a character in Hitman: Absolution. One of two new characters just announced earlier this afternoon, Boothe will be voicing ICA Agent Benjamin Travis. Additionally, Shannyn Sossamon, of A Knight's Tale and 40 days and 40 nights fame will be taking the role of Jade, Travis' secretary.

Both actors will not only be voicing their respective characters, but will also be doing motion and performance capture for them as well. Along with this announcement, Square/Enix has released two new videos; the first, an ICA files dossier on Benjamin Travis, the second, an interview with the actors regarding their respective characters, and role in the game.

Check out the new videos after the jump.

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Halo 4 Dated

Halo 4

The highly anticipated forth chapter in the storied Halo franchise now has a release date. Today, developer 343 industries announced that Halo 4 will be available on November 6, 2012. Although Halo 3 brought closure to the original trilogy, many questions were left unanswered in regards to Master Chief and Cortana. This game will answer some of them, and serves as the first chapter in a new canonical saga in the Halo universe. To mark the occasion, Rooster Teeth has released a special "Save the Date" episode of Red Vs. Blue. Check it out below!

Information surrounding Master Chief's latest adventure has been deliberately scant, but fans of the series can watch "Conan", tonight at 11pm EST/10pm CDT on TBS for a special preview segment.


Extended Cut DLC Announced for Mass Effect 3

Mass Effect 3

Following an outcry of fan feedback in response to Mass Effect 3's controversial, and somewhat ambiguous endings, Bioware has announced new Extended Cut downloadable content is in the works. While little specifics were given, Bioware has stated that while the new DLC will not change the conclusion of the game outright. It will, however, answer many questions that the were originally left unanswered, with the addition of new cinematics and epilogue scenes. Bioware has been listening to their fans, and has struck what they believe to be a creative balance; addressing concerns over the ending, without compromising their artistic integrity in the process.

The Extended Cut DLC will be freely available for all versions of the game sometime this summer.

Via Bioware Blog