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12/01/07 | | Chris Martin
game: Bioshock
category: announced
2K Boston and 2K Australia created an awesome art-deco world at the ocean's floor, but they're not done. The critically acclaimed and successful Bioshock is back for more next week. As reported by Shacknews and 1up, Bioshock will be getting its first downloadable content sometime next week (that's the 2nd through the 7th) to get fans to revisit the world of Rapture.



10/18/07 | | George Holomshek
category: announced
So here's some news to brighten your day. Over in London Capcom just dropped a megaton with the revelation of Street Fighter IV, the first true sequel to the epic fighter series in a decade. Many gamers see their SF skills as a point of pride, and we may be set to enter a whole new era of trash talking.


10/10/07 | | Chris Martin
category: announced
Several poorly doctored videos have been circulating the interweb regarding the blue blur's inclusion in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. But today, according to Gemaga's Live Blog, and then re-reported by 1UP, Nintendo has rolled a new trailer for Super Smash Bros. Brawl with Sonic the Hedgehog "jumping, spinning, and even turning into Super Sonic." I think Nintendo just sold another ten million Wii...


03/16/07 | | Chris Martin
category: announced
One of the greatest 2D platformers ever created and certainly the best Castlevania game yet, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night will be hitting Xbox Live Arcade next Wednesday (March 21). Blending a memorable storyline and iconic characters (you play as Dracula's son, Alucard, fer crissakes!), RPG elements, and a long (read: MASSIVE) game, SOTN is going to be a huge release for Xbox Live Arcade.


09/16/06 | | George Holomshek
category: announced
Atlus sends word that their cult-fave-to-be, Trauma Center: Second Opinion, will launch alongside Nintendo's new baby, the Wii. One of the most highly sought-after games for the Nintendo DS, Trauma Center has gained a legion of fans who are looking forward to the home console version. Get the details on this "Wii-make" that should easily become one of the most talked-about titles to make the Wii launch.


09/01/06 | | Aaron Stanton
category: announced
20th Century Fox has announced that they'll be releasing a number of Blu-ray movies just before the PS3 launch in November, including at least one dual-layer Blu-ray that clocks in at 50 gigabytes. According to their press release, Fox will be selling Behind Enemy Lines, Fantastic Four, Kingdom of Heaven (Director's Cut), Kiss of the Dragon, The Omen, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Speed, and The Transporter for $40 each. This means that buying each title on Blu-ray will cost you nearly three times what it does to buy the same title on DVD. Is it worth it to you?


08/21/06 | | George Holomshek
category: announced
As reported by IGN, in a recent interveiw with Japan's monthly Nintendo Dream magazine, legendary game creator Shigeru Miyamoto unveiled that Nintendo has made some serious changes to the control scheme of the Wii version of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. What does that mean? More natural sword-swinging and more. Our man George has all the details in this story.


08/10/06 | | Chris Martin
category: announced
The Sega Genesis Collection, featuring 30 games from the Genesis heyday are coming to PlayStation 2 and Playstation Portable. It's one of the most impressive compilations out there, and it's coming this fall. We've got a list of the games coming right here.


08/03/06 | | Chris Martin
category: announced
REDMOND, Washington - Aug. 3, 2006 - Microsoft offices today announced that Epic Games', "Gears of War" has been given a solid release date. Gamers have been waiting for the game since its impressive showing at E3 2005, and we posted our hands-on multiplayer preview a while back. But now, "Emergence Day" is not so mysterious and, guess what, it's releasing in November, right alongside the PlayStation 3.


07/24/06 | | Monica Hafer
category: announced
Last week saw the 2006 San Diego Comic Con, the biggest event for comic book fans in the USA, and an annual mecca for comic freaks and comic geeks from all over the world. In other words, it's our kind of place, and don't think for a minute that there's a big distance between comics and videogames. We sent our representative comics and games geek, Monica, to cover the show floor, and the first thing she brought back was first-hand coverage of the Bungie and Marvel meeting to discuss the forthcoming Halo comic series, illustrated by different artists, including more Halo from legendy illustrator, Moebius. Get the full story here.


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