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  • News: Dungeon Siege III DLC Adds Higher Level Cap, Enchantment

    Action RPGs such as Dungeon Siege III are ripe for expansion packs and downloadable content due to their easily extendable gameplay. Previous iterations in the series saw retail-based expansions offering considerable amounts of new gameplay, but we live in the downloadable age now, so it's likely we'll see new content in smaller, more regular spurts.

  • Opinion: How to Emulate Any Console on Your PC

    When you think "PC gaming," you probably think about games you play with a mouse and keyboard--everything from Grim Fandango to World of Warcraft. But savvy gamers know that the hardware that powers their PCs isn't so different from the hardware found in an everyday game console. Thanks to the work of legions of troglodytic emulator-developing heroes over the past 15 years or so, your PC can run almost any game from most of the dedicated game consoles taking up space in your living room (or your attic)--and we'll show you how.

  • News: Assassin's Creed Revelations Multiplayer Beta Starts Soon

    Those looking forward to giving the Assassin's Creed Revelations multiplayer modes a thorough checking out can get set for a weekend of carnage from today.

  • News: Sniper: Ghost Warrior Coming to iOS

    The successful -- if not exactly critically acclaimed -- snipe 'em up series is headed to Apple's portable devices next year.

  • News: Nexon Adds Good Karma to Prepaid Cards

    Free to play operator Nexon has launched a rebranded range of prepaid cards for players to purchase items in its games, and is throwing in a free bit of good karma with every one purchased.

  • News: Lone Wolf Gamebook Series Comes to Kindle

    E-book readers are perfect for interactive stories such as the Choose Your Own Adventure and Fighting Fantasy franchises. Enter the Lone Wolf series, hailing from 1984.

  • Opinion: Sony Says It Added 3 Million PSN Users Since Revival

    "It's alive!" to basically paraphrase Sony CEO Howard Stringer's take on the PlayStation Network, since the hacker-plagued online gaming service finally lumbered back to life mid-May. Stringer spoke at the IFA electronics trade show in Berlin yesterday and reportedly said PSN sales are now higher than they were before the attack forced Sony to shutter and begin rebuilding the service mid-April.

  • News: Samurai BloodShow leads trio of Sega iOS releases

    For its latest iOS games, Sega is turning to the Far East for inspiration.

  • News: Hey, It's a Call of Duty Steam Sale

    Anxious to get your headshotting (headshooting? headshottery?) on this weekend? Bust out your credit cards, kids, because there's a Call of Duty sale on Steam.

  • News: Eidos Montreal Reportedly Set to Double in Size

    How about some good news for a change? Eidos Montreal, the talented team responsible for the delightful Deus Ex: Human Revolution, is reportedly set to double in size, and add 350 new employees to its payroll over the next four years.

  • News: Nintendo to Stream Upcoming Announcements Live Pre-TGS

    Nintendo confirms their plans to unveil "new product" at an upcoming press conference.

  • Opinion: Mario Meets Portal in Cool Mashup Indie Game

    What do you get when you put an Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device (you know, a Portal gun) from Valve's popular puzzler Portal in the hands of everyone's favorite plumber, Mario? Well, you get a little game called '"MariO", an awesome indie mashup title that's currently in the works.

  • News: New Game in River City Ransom Series Coming to 3DS

    In Japan, it's known as Hot Blooded Tough Guy Kunio-kun. Over here, we know it as Renegade, which happens to be the first game in the well-loved River City Ransom series. And Arc System Works is teaming up with Million to make a new Kunio game for the Nintendo 3DS.

  • News: Red Dead Redemption Myths & Mavericks Bonus Pack Out Sept 13

    As a thank you to all of the fans who supported Red Dead Redemption, Rockstar's Myths and Mavericks Bonus Pack will be available on the Xbox 360 and PS3 on September 13th. The pack includes 8 new characters and 11 maps --all free to download and enjoy. Now you can finally play as the unsung heroes of the game, the Laurel and Hardy of the old West, the brave and reliable Deputies Eli and Jonah. Here's hoping that someday Rockstar decides in their infinite wisdom to give these two their own side campaign.

  • News: Star Trek Online Going Free-To-Play

    Considering that the Federation doesn't use money, it seems somewhat fitting that Star Trek Online is going towards the free-to-play model later this year.

  • News: L.A. Noire Developer Team Bondi May Close Down For Good

    While it's not surprising at this point, GamesIndustry.Biz has revealed that Team Bondi, the development studio behind L.A. Noire, is current under "administration" as the company tries to find new investors.

  • News: Sony's Bringing These 50 PS3, PlayStation Vita Games to TGS

    Sony's going to be pretty busy at the Tokyo Game Show this year. In fact, there's so busy, even they don't know all the games they'll be showing. Sure, there's the obvious stand-outs on PS3 like Final Fantasy XIII-2, Asura's Wrath, and Battlefield 3, but the PlayStation Vita library is going to be even larger.

  • News: Burnout Crash! Coming September 20

    Fans of the Burnout series still aren't quite sure what to make of upcoming downloadable title Burnout Crash! While the game seems to offer something that Burnout Paradise didn't -- that being the titular Crash mode -- the overhead perspective and change in art style has made a few people a little wary of the new game. Tom certainly liked it when he checked it out in July, though.

  • News: Square Enix Responds to Deus Ex's 'Racist' Accusations

    Deus Ex: Human Revolution is an excellent game marred by a few flaws -- mainly its anachronistic boss fights. Check out our review to find out what Tom thought of it.

  • News: Logitech's iPad Joystick Looks Like the Fling, Costs Same

    While Ten One Design's Fling is generally agreed to be an excellent solution for smudge-sensitive iPad gamers, that hasn't stopped Logitech from making a very similar accessory.


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