News about new technologies: video games to consider

The month of May isn’t just the time for the annual Cannes Film Festival as well as the Monaco F1 Grand Prix, this month also holds some surprises for video game enthusiasts and enthusiasts. With the hundreds of labels launching during this month (in the hope that none of these hundreds will have no delays), we’ve rounded up titles that you must add to your shelf in this new tech news.

New games to be released in May in new technology news

Blizzard Entertainment has proven to be one of the best game programmers today. A couple of years ago, they released the sequel to Starcraft, one of the most successful and popular RTS (Real Time Strategy) of all time. This May, another Blizzard game will have its third installment. Diablo Parts I and II became a hit in the late 1990s. This May, former Diablo players will re-enter the world of Sanctuary and meet their old friend Deckard Cain again in Diablo III. This game will be released for PC and MAC formats.

If you have a PS3 and would like to have a Death Race type game, the Warhawk sequel will suit you. Starhawk, which is scheduled to be released on May 8, is sure to satisfy gamers who were avid fans of popular PlayStation vehicle destruction games like Twisted Metal and Vigilante.

Max Payne’s grief, apparently, has yet to be resolved. This time, the Max Payne 3 game will take us to the land of Jiu Jitsu, Brazil, and to the city of Sao Paolo. We all look forward to more bloodshed terror than does all the excitement of this game.

Capturing audiences in books and television, the medieval-themed series A Game of Thrones will launch in mid-May on the PS3, XBOX 360 and PC platforms. MAC users may have to wait for more announcements if the developers plan to include a supported format.

The Japanese anime, Prince of Tennis, has become a total craze among a large audience. And the Mario brothers were not exempt. On May 20, Nintendo 3DS users will have the opportunity to watch our favorite video game dudes play tennis at the Mario Tennis Open.

High-tech weapons and weapons of mass destruction will also have their own introduction in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier. It will be more than your average modern warfare, but expect to play some toys like optical camo and battle drones.