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May 01, 2009

Sorry gamers.  After rumors and speculation, Eidos Interactive and Warner Bros. finally set the record straight on Batman's release and the title has been officially pushed back to 'the end of summer', whatever that means.  The game plays like dream and shows incredible promise so even though it stings a little, taking a few extra months to polish this game to perfection can't be all that bad. Related Posts:Mafia II Banned in United Arab EmiratesBatman: Arkham City

May 01, 2009

Apparently the folks over at Sony are going to debut an all new Motion Sensor Controller at this year's E3 Convention. Some sources are even claiming that they have seen the controller. The most interesting thing about the device is that, it is said, the controller is more accurate than the Wii-Mote. This just may give developers that extra push to incorporate the SIXAXIS into many more games. Related Posts:Rumor: Mortal Kombat: HD Collection Headed to PS3 this NovemberCastlevania: Lords of

May 01, 2009

For those who have been holding out for a PC release of Street Fighter IV, you're going have to wait some more sadly. Though thankfully there has been some progress as Capcom today announced the Japanese PC version release for July 2. The PC version will be just as content loaded as it's console counterparts, but will feature higher resolutions and three new freely selectable visual styles- overlay filters that can be applied to the game's graphics. Unfortunately still no word of...

May 01, 2009

Sweet gaming bliss! One of the most addictive arcade experiences to ever grace the video game realm, Turtles in Time, has been confirmed for a remake and will be hitting XBLA and possibly PSN/Wiiware! Heroes in a half-shell indeed! Related Posts:DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue Now Available, Free DLC for AllMetal Gear Solid: Rising Playable in 3DPanzer Dragoon Creator Unveils Project DracoESRB Rates Dead Space Ignition with MGH: Warriors of Rock & DJ Hero 2 Demo Available on Xbox Live

May 01, 2009

No. Please God, no. Game Informer is reporting today that Batman: Arkham Asylum, quite possibly the greatest and most true to Batman video game ever conceived, may possibly be pushed back until the holiday season.  It seems that GI reached out to Eidos Interactive and Warner Bros. to see if the title's June 23rd release date was still valid.  With a non informative 'Sorry – no comment', from a Warner Bros. rep, it seems that there is a chance that gamers will have...

May 01, 2009

Someone out there is listening, and that someone is Chris Hinojosa-Miranda, associate producer of Patapon 2.  Fans have been clamoring for a downloadable Patapon title to hit the PSN scene. They have been clamoring so much in fact that Hinojosa-Miranda and his studio can no longer ignore the game's intense popularity. "There's such a critical love for Patapon, the characters, the story overall, and the music especially … there's a good chance that the franchise...

May 01, 2009

Borderlands is shaping up quite nicely.  Just take a look at these new screenies brought to you courtesy of EBA; absolutely drool worthy.  If this game plays half as good as it looks, then we are all in for a real treat. Related Posts:Mafia II Banned in United Arab EmiratesBatman: Arkham City Map is 4-5x Larger Than AsylumFree Borderlands Update Patch Will Raise Level CapTGS to feature less RPGs and more shootersBorderlands Gets GOTY EditionTreatment

X-Men Videogame Origins: The Best Wolverine Games of All Time


X-Men Videogame Origins: The Best Wolverine Games of All Time

"Attention, my X-Men!" Professor Charles Xavier's telepathically proclaims. "I sense a good Wolverine game in our future." The buzz is that the X-Men Origins: Wolverine game might be something we rarely see – a good movie tie-in game. The movie was pushed back from its original release date, giving developer Raven Software extra time that licensed movie games usually don't get. What's even more rare is its unflinching portrayal of Wolverine....