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A Shakespearean Final Fantasy Versus XIII trailer
Thursday, 16 Apr, 2009 – 9:49 | 3 Comments
A Shakespearean Final Fantasy Versus XIII trailer

With the Japanese gaming public holed up in their tiny apartments, religiously playing the Final Fantasy XIII demo over and over again, it’s no surprise that we’re experiencing a FF media blowout at the moment.

Probably the best Arcade cabinet in the world
Thursday, 16 Apr, 2009 – 0:07 | 2 Comments
Probably the best Arcade cabinet in the world

Fancy getting a new toy? If you are laughing in the face of the current economy, you might just be able to afford The Evo – a seriously kitted-out arcade monster. Check out the built-in HDTV, dual joysticks and funky finish after the jump.

G.I. JOE: The Rise of Cobra site launches; trailer hints at shoddiness
Wednesday, 15 Apr, 2009 – 20:41 | 3 Comments
G.I. JOE: The Rise of Cobra site launches; trailer hints at shoddiness

Frequent visitors to EA.com will already have noticed, but for those of you that don’t lurk around publishers’ sites (which we’re assuming is 99% of you), a new G.I. JOE: The Rise of Cobra (giving it its full title) sub-section has opened up today heralding some new information about the upcoming game-of-the-movie-of-the-cartoon.

The site shows off some footage and screens of the game and all we can say is: if Snake Eyes is watching, he’s ain’t happy.

Killzone 2 – Steel and Titanium DLC available 30th April
Wednesday, 15 Apr, 2009 – 20:06 | 3 Comments
Killzone 2 – Steel and Titanium DLC available 30th April

By now you should have heard about the first downloadable content to arrive for the biggest PS3 title to release so far this year – That’s right, the Killzone 2 Steel and Titanium pack.

Well Sony have given updated details on the North American PlayStation.Blog about the content, specifically when we will see it.

David Reeves retires from SCEE, Andrew House steps in
Wednesday, 15 Apr, 2009 – 15:00 | One Comment
David Reeves retires from SCEE, Andrew House steps in

David Reeves, CEO of SCEE, is to step down at the end of April after first joining the company in 1995.

As of May the 1st, Andrew House who has taken the role of Chief Marketing Officer at Sony since 2005 will acquire Reeves’ role. He has been with the corporation since 1990.

The new Bayonetta trailer may be the strangest thing you will ever see
Wednesday, 15 Apr, 2009 – 14:53 | 2 Comments
The new Bayonetta trailer may be the strangest thing you will ever see

Presented here for your viewing pleasure is a new trailer of Bayonetta.

We’re still trying to decipher what the hell we’ve just seen but take a look and let us know if we’re on our own with the impression that this could be the oddest, and yet strangely appealing, game in a long time.

Burn Zombie Burn! – Interview with Creative Director Jim Mummery
Wednesday, 15 Apr, 2009 – 12:00 | 4 Comments
Burn Zombie Burn! – Interview with Creative Director Jim Mummery

Zombies. Denizens of the undead world and bane to all who possess delicious and coveted brains, these pesky mind-munchers have been popping up since the dawn of time and causing havoc to the living.

We sat down with Jim Mummery, Creative Director at Doublesix, to talk about Burn Zombie Burn!, his thoughts on digital distribution, and what the future holds for Doublesix and the PS3.

We receive ‘The Da Vinci Card’; Assassin’s Creed 2
Wednesday, 15 Apr, 2009 – 11:57 | 7 Comments
We receive ‘The Da Vinci Card’; Assassin’s Creed 2

It is not often that we receive something in the post that leaves us mildly baffled, but this morning was one of those times.

A postcard arrived with a picture of Venice on the front. The rear of the postcard contains none of the usual ‘wish you were here’ drivel that most postcards around the world carry; in fact it carries no text at all. The postmark is clearly from Central Milan, not Venice.

Then we started to notice something recognisable within the picture that gave the game away…

Red Faction: Guerrilla – Get Your European Demo Now!
Wednesday, 15 Apr, 2009 – 2:11 | 4 Comments
Red Faction: Guerrilla – Get Your European Demo Now!

If you want early access to THQ’s Red Faction: Guerrilla demo you no longer need to pay a stipend to the Qore or even do questionable acts in back alleys and truck stop bathrooms. If you live in Europe that is.
THQ is giving myTHQ Europe members early access to the Red Faction: Guerrilla demo via their website. If you are not a myTHQ member you can sign up for free and get exclusive access to “cool things like this Red Faction: Guerrilla demo.” Will there be other cool things besides the demo?

Ghostbusters Rule 3: Split Up; Rule 3.1: Blow S#!% Up
Wednesday, 15 Apr, 2009 – 1:12 | 4 Comments
Ghostbusters Rule 3: Split Up; Rule 3.1: Blow S#!% Up

Break out the Ecto-1 (or was it the Manhattan Spirit?) and get ready to…split up? Yup, according to this latest Ghostbusters “rules” video this is the best way to do more damage. The jury is still out on what gets damaged more, public property or unruly ghosts. We think it’s both.

X-Men Origins: Wolverine Video – Enter The Gambit
Tuesday, 14 Apr, 2009 – 23:52 | 6 Comments
X-Men Origins: Wolverine Video – Enter The Gambit

Bon jour mon ami, how good of you to drop by. “For me to kill you” would probably be the next line heard by Wolverine when he meets the Ragin’ Cajun in the upcoming X-Men Origins: Wolverine video game.

Watch this new video where two new characters that make Wolvie’s life that more difficult are revealed. The first is monsieur Remy LeBeau himself (aka Gambit, duh) and the second is the one character in the X-Men universe that every mutant knows and loves…

Under Siege Screens
Tuesday, 14 Apr, 2009 – 21:44 | Comments Off
Under Siege Screens

New screens for Under Siege. Looking good, in our opinion. Go see, then let us know if you agree! After all, the game could be shaping up to be a nice little player.

More balls please; and tiles, cubes…
Tuesday, 14 Apr, 2009 – 20:00 | 2 Comments
More balls please; and tiles, cubes…

TikGames and Creat Studios are bringing more content to their three most recent PSN titles from April 16th.

Magic Ball, Mahjong Tales: Ancient Wisdom and Cuboid will all gain add-on DLC packs over the next few weeks, the first being 25 all-new levels for Magic Ball.

Live or die, make your choice; new Saw screenshots
Tuesday, 14 Apr, 2009 – 13:28 | 2 Comments
Live or die, make your choice; new Saw screenshots

If it’s Halloween, then it must be time for another film in the Saw franchise. But wait, it’s not Halloween. That doesn’t stop Konami from making a video game based on the popular horror movie.
Saw …

It’s the Zombie Apocalypse! New screens surface
Tuesday, 14 Apr, 2009 – 13:09 | One Comment
It’s the Zombie Apocalypse! New screens surface

We may have gone Burn Zombie Burn! crazy these days (interview with Doublesix still planned to hit today, stay tuned) but that’s not going to stop other top-down undead shooters entering the zombie market.

Konami have just made available a handful of screenshots of Zombie Apocalypse, a game we would have described simply as Crash TV meets Left 4 Dead but, with BZB now firmly embedded in our gaming psyche, we have to add the latter to the mix when comparing the new title with existing properties.

Virtua Tennis 2009 – Real Life v Gameplay
Tuesday, 14 Apr, 2009 – 11:03 | 2 Comments
Virtua Tennis 2009 – Real Life v Gameplay

Check out some new Virtua Tennis 2009 footage courtesy of the guys from Sega.

Can you tell which is game-play and what’s actual real-life footage?

Assassin’s Creed II – New details, potentially spoilerific
Tuesday, 14 Apr, 2009 – 10:31 | 7 Comments
Assassin’s Creed II – New details, potentially spoilerific

Stepping out from the shadows, Assassin’s Creed II details have surfaced in the latest edition of GameInformer and, thanks to the guys over at C&VG, we can reproduce them for you here.

“Don’t let them win!” – New Terminator: Salvation trailer delivers
Tuesday, 14 Apr, 2009 – 8:53 | Comments Off
“Don’t let them win!” – New Terminator: Salvation trailer delivers

Gametrailers have posted up a new Terminator: Salvation trailer which we urge everyone with even a mild interest in “evil AI machines trying to wipe out the remnants of mankind” to check out.

All of the elements from the upcoming movie are present: T800s, those “bikeinator” things, John Connor looking like Christian Bale but it’s the small things depicted; subtle nuances that could elevate this title above the usual high adrenaline explode-a-thon of other games that have taken us a little by surprise.

Tactical RPG Vandal Hearts coming to the PSN
Tuesday, 14 Apr, 2009 – 1:56 | Comments Off
Tactical RPG Vandal Hearts coming to the PSN

Admit it, the PS3 has been lacking in the RPG department. Konami took notice and has announced that the latest instalment in the Vandal Hearts series will be coming to the PSN.

Titled Flames of Judgement, the game will be a prequel to the original Vandal Hearts. Players will take control of Tobias Martin, an orphan who realizes that he is the one who must save the world. Shocker, isn’t it?