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We all know handheld games are good clean fun, but handheld shooters make about as much sense as a pig in high heels and are usually just as uncomfortable. Considering that, setting out to review a shooter on the Sony PlayStation Portable with the word "resistance" in the title seemed psychologically fitting. Resistance: Retribution is the third game in the Resistance series and revisits the same alternate alien-infested, retro world as its predecessors. The game is set in the 1950s...

May 06, 2009

At least that is what Texas is trying to do. There is a proposed bill floating around in Texas that, if passed, would force convicted sex offenders to give their screen names as well as any other aliases in the social networking circuit. This could include online video game usernames.  If this bill does indeed pass, Playstation Home and Xbox Live will be helped greatly. Not only will it be more enjoyable, it will also be a more safe environment. Related Posts:DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue No

May 06, 2009

You remember Seth Killian. He was that wonderful guy who started all those 'undiscovered Mega Man 9 secret' shenanigans.  This time, he's gabbing about some other of Capcom's signature franchises. It may seem disheartening but it seems that Marvel vs. Capcom 2's recent reemergence doesn't mean a thing for future releases.  Boo-hoo.  Even more frustrating, the spectacular fighter, Tatsunoko vs. Capcom is still caught up in licensing issues and may not...

May 06, 2009

PSP owners rejoice! It seems that the long rumored PSP version of Ghostbusters is indeed a reality. The portable version of everyone's favorite ghost catching team will be available this autumn.   It should also be noted that Sony is publishing the title in Europe so non-Sony console owners will have to wait a little longer before they can get their hands on all the ghost-catching fun. Related Posts:TGS to feature less RPGs and more shootersPlaystation Plus brings Warhawk, Ghost o

May 05, 2009

Brutal Legend may be many months away from its release but that doesn't mean we ca't keep you posted on the game's progress.  Along with a slew of new media, thank you EBA, the team has released a little tidbit on the planned DLC, describing the content as, 'something awesome.'  Interesting choice of words. Anway, be sure to check back with us as any 'awesome' details emerge. Related Posts:DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue Now Available, Free DLC for AllM

May 05, 2009

With Bionic Commando's release only a few weeks away, Capcom has released more impressive screenshots to gawk at.  This game can't come soon enough. Related Posts:DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue Now Available, Free DLC for AllMetal Gear Solid: Rising Playable in 3DESRB Rates Dead Space Ignition with MMafia II Banned in United Arab EmiratesBatman: Arkham City Map is 4-5x Larger Than Asylum

May 05, 2009

Not much–correction, NOTHING at this point is known about what NOA will be showing off today.  All we know is that IGN, along with a few others, are getting a glimpse. RMC over at GoNintendo did make it point that this is a game that Nintendo of America has not announced, meaning it might be something we have already seen or heard about from Japan.  Again, it might be something totally new.   Either way, rest assured that the rest of us probably won't know...

May 05, 2009

While the Playstation Network continues to grow, Capcom has added fuel to that fire by announcing that are bringing more games to the PSN. How much is more? "More" is somewhere between 20 and 40 titles, and the games will be a blend of both PS1 classics and downloadable PSP games. Capcom said that these games will be on the PSN within the next few months. Related Posts:Rumor: Mortal Kombat: HD Collection Headed to PS3 this NovemberCastlevania: Lords of Shadow Demo Available for PS+ Sub