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  • News: Might & Magic Heroes Kingdoms Entering Third Season

    Web-based Might & Magic Heroes spinoff Kingdoms is entering its third season, bringing with it all new content for both PvE and PvP play.

  • News: Atari Releasing Official iPad Arcade Stick

    Atari has revealed that it's releasing an official arcade stick to go with the iOS version of its Atari Greatest Hits app.

  • News: Riot Pulls the Plug on League of Legends for Mac

    Riot has decided to put the Mac client for its popular free to play DotA-like League of Legends on hold indefinitely.

  • Opinion: A Baseball Sim for Hard-Core and Casual Gamers Alike

    Com2Us's 9 Innings Pro Baseball 2011 is an excellent title for baseball fans and baseball video game fans. 9 Innings Pro Baseball 2011 features all of the latest players, their stats, team and coach information, and even batting orders and pitching rotations for the 2011 season. On top of that, it offers a simple-yet-fun baseball simulation for people who are less interested in the numbers.

  • News: SNK Brings 3 Pre-NeoGeo Arcade Classics to PlayStation Store

    Following up on last week's NeoGeo Station releases, SNK has three new PlayStation Minis titles for players to enjoy.

  • News: Persona 2 PSP Out on September 20

    Atlus has confirmed that the PSP version of the only Persona title never to make it out of Japan will be launching later this month.

  • News: Open Source 'Quest' Project Aims to Reinvent Text Adventures

    Developer Alex Warren believes that the growth in the casual gaming market means the time is ripe for a resurgence in the popularity of text adventure games.

  • News: Race with Your Face Thanks to Red Bull

    Developer Xform has teamed up with Red Bull to release an online face tracking racing game.

  • News: Ninja Theory: AAA Retail Model is 'Crushing Innovation'

    Ninja Theory's creative chief Tameem Antoniades believes that the focus on triple-A titles and commercial success is killing innovation and creativity in the industry.

  • News: Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine Gets Free Co-Op Mode

    In Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine's grim dark future there is only war...and the promise of a cooperative play mode. Alas, it won't be available when the game is (that is, tomorrow), which means you'll have to settle for shooting, pummeling, and sawing through throngs of snarling greenies by your lonesome if this tango in Games Workshop's far-flung future-fantasy dystopia-verse is on your radar.

  • News: Video: Multiplayer gaming goes full screen with LG TV

    LG is using its Dual Play technology to entice gamers into buying its 3D televisions. Normally in multiplayer games, the screen is split, but with dual play gamers can view the full screen with each player seeing a separate image. 3D TVs work by sending different images to each eye and Dual Play uses that to its advantage by sending one set of images to one player and another set with another player. Where typical polarized 3D glasses would have a left and right eye, the dual play glasses have one set with two left eyes and another set with two right eyes. And even though the TV supports 3D in dual play games are shown in traditional 2D. Dual Play works with any LG cinema 3D TV and the glasses will begin shipping along with LW980 series television by the end of September. LG also said that users could make their own Dual Play glasses simply by switching out lenses. LG wasn’t the first company with this idea thought. In June at E3, Sony showed a TV that creates the same, though it only measured 24-inches. The Dual Play technology demonstrates another use of 3D technology and with it Sony and LG are hoping to convince more consumers to upgrade from their traditional 2D displays. 3D gaming content has proved especially helpful in the transition.

  • News: PlayStation Scam Makes FBI Warning List

    Sony PlayStation users are being warned by the FBI about scams targeting them and other online consumers.

  • News: Call of Duty XP 2011: Elite TV Featuring Arnett, Bateman

    Not only is Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 completely overhauling its DLC and multiplayer content, but the developer and publishers are also helping produce online TV content, just for the fans.

  • News: Call of Duty XP 2011: Elite Membership Priced at $50/Year

    How much do you love Call of Duty? Enough to pay a whopping $76 for the full multiplayer and DLC experience? Well, if you're the kind of COD fan who regularly rules the battlefield, you're about to get a much bigger investment for your money.

  • News: Modern Warfare 3 Mobile App Lets You Customize Your Loadout

    If you're away from your console (or PC) and want your custom MW3 gear ready to go as soon as you boot up -- there's an app for that.

  • News: Child of Eden is $10 at Best Buy

    Rez successor Child of Eden is very good -- check out Ray's review to get the full story on what we thought of it.

  • News: Choose Your Side Wisely in The Secret World

    A few days ago, we reported on the pre-beta The Secret War event which potential players of Funcom's upcoming MMO The Secret World would be able to participate in. It turns out that the choice of faction players make in this pre-game ARG will have significant consequences -- once you've chosen your faction, there's no changing.

  • News: Activision Sells 18 Million Black Ops Map Packs

    Activision reported during a recent conference call that its digital revenues are up by approximately 22% to $1.7 billion for the 12 month period ending June 2011, and that this success can be at least partly attributed to the success of Call of Duty: Black Ops' map packs.

  • News: Special PS3 Revealed for Studio Ghibli's Upcoming Game

    While it's not quite as classy as using the game's logo, Ni No Kuni is getting a special edition PS3 for its upcoming Japanese release. The gold-colored system comes with a matching controller and a copy of the game.

  • News: Netflix Loses Movie Partner Starz

    Ok, this isn't really "gaming" news, but since a lot of you, like me, probably spend just as much time on your console watching Netflix as you do playing games, we thought we'd help spread the word about Starz ditching Netflix. According to the L.A. Times, "Premium cable network Starz Entertainment will end its deal to provide movies to http://www.gamepro.com/article/news/221052/netflix-jacking-up-prices-by-50/, a surprise decision that will deprive the popular online video service of its most valuable source of recently released movies."


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