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How to spend November 2 without Gran Turismo 5

Today was to be a glorious day. Gran Turismo fans the world over would be skipping work and school to pore over the game they’d been waiting years to play, but like so many times before a GT game missed … Continue reading

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New Generation Guilty of Premature Birth to Games

As we alluded to in a recent feature, gamers are connected like never before, allowing for the ability to download DLC as they see fit. This also means that games can be patched by a game’s developers the same way. … Continue reading

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Major World Events the PlayStation 2 Experienced

You’ll probably be reminded of this a million different times on the internet today, but today marks 10 years since the PlayStation 2 launched in North America. It went on to become the best-selling console ever, and blah blah blah. … Continue reading

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Six Games that Failed to Deliver

A lot of gamers like to hold on to the image of being cold, salty bastards that never let their guards down, but let’s face it: we’ve all gotten our hopes up just a little too high for a game. … Continue reading

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This Generation’s Best Retro-Flavored Soundtracks

We can think of a million different reasons to love video games, but one core element that goes overlooked by far too many is a game’s soundtrack. Many talented individuals toil away to make sure that even the calmest parts … Continue reading

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God of War: Ghost of Sparta Review

While hardware sales have been disappointing, the PSP has quietly had a pretty good year on the software front. We’ve already had a chance to play SOCOM Fireteam Bravo 3, ModNation Racers, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, Persona 3, Valkyria … Continue reading

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NBA Jam HD trailer slams home release date

If you played video games in the 90s then you’ve probably gathered your fair share of fond memories with Midway’s classic NBA Jam, be it at the arcade or on your SNES or Genesis/Mega Drive.  After Midway shut down, EA … Continue reading

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Sony Moves 1 million units in the Americas

Reuters is reporting that Sony have shipped over 1 million units of its Move controllers in the Americas, which includes both the North and Latin varieties. SCEA CEO Jack Tretton says that they can barely keep up with product demand. … Continue reading

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New Bulletstorm screens are over-the-top fun

Epic Games have released three new screenshots of their upcoming shooter Bulletstorm and they live up to what the company is aiming for in their new title — both massive and over the top. While one just seems to be … Continue reading

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Games with DLC worth a damn

One of the absolute best things about this generation of games is the fact that just about everyone has a high-speed internet connection. This not only means that you can play with and compete against gamers all around the world, … Continue reading

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