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Onimusha Producer Looks to Revive Dormant Series


Let’s be honest here: longtime Japanese publisher Capcom needs some new blood. These days, it seems as though Capcom is in a consistent state of re-invention, frequently dipping into their back catalogue to re-boot and re-imagine their old games, as seen recently with this month’s release of Bionic Commando: Rearmed 2 and, in a few weeks, Marvel vs. Capcom 3.

Fallout: New Vegas' DLC Dead Money will hit the PS3 and PC Feb 22nd.


It was announced on the Bethesda blog today that Dead Money, the first DLC for Fallout: New Vegas would finally be released for PCs and PS3s on February 22nd. It was also announced that 3 more add-ons are on the way.

“This morning we’ve announced that Dead Money, the first game add-on for Fallout: New Vegas, is coming to PlayStation 3 (via PSN) and PC (via Steam and Direct2Drive) on Tuesday, February 22nd. Additionally, we will be releasing three additional add-on packs in the coming months. These packs will launch simultaneously on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.

Sony Brings It With NGP, Nintendo Claims It's Already Been Broughten with 3DS


Only a month into the new year and 2011 already is shaping up to be a pretty exciting time for video games. With the end of the current generation of consoles still a few years away, the handheld market is quickly developing into a crowded field of challengers. 2010 saw a radically altered state to handheld gaming; the proliferation of smartphones and release of the iPad found gamers playing games on all-new consoles, while the previous handheld champion, the Nintendo DS, saw hardware and software sales decline.

ESRB Wisely Tells Us Game Titled “Bulletstorm” Not Meant for Children


In what I can only assume is another ace judgment by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board, the ESRB’s website announced today an M rating for the upcoming Epic Games project, citing intense violence, sexual themes, and the use of alcohol as justifications for the mature rating. Hilariously, the ESRB further embellished on their rating, stating:

3D Games May Damage Eyes, Says Nintendo


Well, chalk this one up to irony.

Stop Complaining! A defense of the traditional A-F (60-100) game review scale.


I'm fairly sick of people criticizing the traditional A-F, "60-100" point (or 6-10 point) scale used by most video game review sites and magazines.

Lara Croft to Receive the Gritty Reboot Treatment in New Tomb Raider


Square Enix bought Eidos Interactive in 2009 with the sole intention of making a dent into the Western gaming market, acquiring properties such as Kane & Lynch and the Hitman series. One of the biggest question marks surrounding the acquisition has been the future of the Tomb Raider franchise, the series that is often seen as the face of the 32-bit generation before losing popularity and relevance to other 3D platformers such as the Prince of Persia and Uncharted series.

Great Scott!!


Telltale Games, makes of the Monkey Island and Sam & Max series, is launching a new adventure game based on the Back to the Future film franchise.  Chistopher Lloyd is back voicing Doc Brown, and the films' producer Bob Gale is consulting to make sure all the details will be up to spec for the fans.

The game is available for preorder now at

Requiescat In Pace, Thoughts On AC: Brotherhood's Multiplayer


Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood is the first game in the series to support online multiplayer matches using the in-game engine, and it does it well. Spin-offs of the series have dabbled in online play, like Facebook's point-and-click  Assassin's Creed: Project Legacy and Twitter's AC game, which allow you to duel other members of the social networks based on your stats, or the iPhone's Assassin's Creed II Multiplayer (which I was never able to connect to). 

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