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In other news: Rock Band “Clearwater” DLC, Puzzle Agent Demo, Dead Rising 2 in Australia and Eye of Judgment closing

A monster twelve-pack from southern rockers Credence Clearwater Revival will be gracing Rock Band next week. The tracks will be available starting July 11 and will cost $1.99 a piece of $19.99 for the whole pack. Below are the songs:

    Creedence Clearwater Revival Pack 01

    • "Bad Moon Rising" +
    • "Born on the Bayou" +
    • "Down on the Corner" +
    • "Fortunate Son (Original Version)" +
    • "Green River" +
    • "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" +
    • "Lookin’ Out My Back Door" +
    • "Proud Mary" +
    • "Run Through the Jungle"
    • "Travelin’ Band" +
    • "Up Around the Bend" +
    • "Who’ll Stop the Rain" +

    All tracks are original master recordings. Those marked with a + will also come to LEGO Rock Band.

Meanwhile, The Eye of Judgment players are out of luck as the PlayStation Eye-enabled game will have its online support ended on September 30. The game is now over three years old, and this closure is not a surprise considering the abysmal support it has received since its release.

The Aussies finally get a break! The country’s ratings board, the OFLC, has classified Dead Rising 2 for release with an MA15 rating. The good news? It will be released uncut and unedited. The game is due out at the end of September on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

Finally, a demo for Puzzle Agent can be found puzzling its way around the Internet. The 182MB download can be found on FileShack, AtomicGamer and the game’s official website.

Dead Rising 2 Announced, Shown

Screen_2Capcom has officially woken the dead again as the publisher today confirmed that Dead  Rising 2 is indeed in development, and for three platforms too: PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. Adding another zero to its predecessor, the sequel promises “tens of thousands of zombies” and will take players to the “gambling paradise of Fortune City”.

The game is set several years after the events of the first title. Unfortunately, the virus was not contained and spread unchecked throughout the US.

It is being developed by Canadian developer Blue Castle Games with a number of members from the original Dead Rising team. Capcom’s global head of research and development – Keiji Inafune – will serve as the game’s producer and will play an active role in the project.

Below are the first screenshots from the game. Enjoy.

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