Here’s a roundup of today’s news found elsewhere on the internet:
Lost Planet and Dead Rising cost Capcom (Eurogamer) - Capcom has lowered its forecasts for the first half of its fiscal year, blaming the delay to Dead Rising 2 and disappointing sales of Lost Planet 2.
PC, PS3 and 360 Black Ops runs in 3D (Eurogamer) - All three versions of guaranteed behemoth Call of Duty: Black Ops will support stereoscopic 3D at launch, Activision's announced.
The Force Unleashed 2 demo hits PSN and XBL next week (vg247) - Lucasarts has provided a date for its Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 demo on PSN and XBL.
It will land on both systems next week on October 12.
Source: PSP2 to release Holiday 2011 (vg247) - Developers and publishers have been told that PSP2 will release at the end of next year, a British source familiar with the matter has told VG247.
“We’ve been told it’s coming in late 2011,” said our man.
EA: FIFA 11 beats FIFA 10 to become 'fastest selling sports game ever' (Joystiq) - Besting FIFA 10's achievement last year, FIFA 11 has now become the "fastest selling sports game ever," according to EA. The publisher's internal estimates project the latest entry in the footie franchise has sold 2.6 million copies across Europe and North America since last week's launch.
Obama, Palin, others playable in NBA Jam (Joystiq) - What, you expected any less? Yes, of course various political and cultural icons will be showing up in EA's just released reboot to NBA Jam. ESPN revealed as much in a recent interview with the game's creative director, Trey Smith, who said not only is former President Bill Clinton a playable character, but also the Beastie Boys, President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former VP Al Gore.