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  • News: Alas, No Final Fantasy XIII-2 Until January 2012

    Happy New Year, those are the words you'll be waiting to hear before you can lay hands on Square Enix's Final Fantasy XIII follow-up. Well, unless you live in Japan, or can read Japanese, in which case summoning an import copy should be simple enough—Square Enix says Final Fantasy XIII-2 will debut in Japan slightly sooner, in December 2011.

  • News: New Fifa 12 Trailer First Look

    EA Sports are boasting 'revolutionary changes' to their best selling football game.

  • News: Batman: Arkham City Collectors Edition Detailed

    Warner Bros. has revealed details of the limited-quantity Collectors Edition for the upcoming Batman: Arkham City.

  • News: Mega Man Legends 3 Canned

    Sad news for those looking forward to the first new Mega Man Legends game for some time: Capcom has cancelled the game.

  • News: King of Fighters 95, Baseball Stars 2 Hit NeoGeo Station

    NeoGeo Station released on PSN at the end of last year with 10 titles -- Fatal Fury, Metal Slug , King of Fighters 94, Samurai Shodown , Super Sidekicks, Art of Fighting, Alpha Mission II , League Bowling , Baseball Stars Professional and Magician Lord . SNK's aim behind the service is to allow a new generation of gamers to discover the games of the NeoGeo -- without having to drop $650 on a wooden console, or indeed try and locate an original system. SNK also hopes to bring some of its more obscure titles to the service, allowing players to enjoy a number of games which had never previously been seen outside Japan.

  • News: John Carmack Defends Creativity of Shooter Genre

    Carmack argues that id Software isn't necessarily trying to do something new, but to create something that people love and want to purchase

  • News: Skyward Sword Playable by Public for First Time at Comic-Con

    Anticipation is building for the new Zelda game, so Nintendo is letting the public get its hands on the upcoming title for the first time at Comic-Con this month.

  • News: Arcada Mia: A 'Groundbreaking' and 'Mature' Game

    Dangerous High School Girls In Trouble! developer Mousechief has a new game on the way, which promises "an intimate experience of humanity struggling through the ages."

  • Feature: 5 great free Facebook games

    There are literally thousands of great games to help you fritter away the hours on Facebook. So many, in fact, that it's easy to miss some gems. Here are our five favourite Facebook games, some you'll know, others you may not.

  • News: Halo Anniversary Pre-Order Bonuses

    Microsoft has announced the pre-order goodies that gamers looking forward to the upcoming Halo Anniversary will be able to get their hands on.

  • News: Ubisoft Launching Uplay Passport with Driver San Francisco

    Ubisoft has confirmed it's launching a $10 online pass system with the new Driver game next month, offering access to "exclusive bonus content" and online play.

  • News: A New Cloud Gaming Challenger Appears: Happy Cloud

    Gaming in the cloud is the future, or so we're told -- new contender Happy Cloud is doing things a little differently from OnLive, though.

  • News: Serve the Uprising: Vote for Your Favorite Xbox Indie Games

    The Indie Games Summer Uprising aims to raise the profile of some of the excellent titles on Xbox Live Indie Games. Now it's your chance to help choose the final two to be promoted.

  • News: Legendary Game Label Gremlin Graphics Returns

    Legendary 80s and 90s game label Gremlin is set to return with a reimagining of one of its Commodore 64 classics for iPhone.

  • Opinion: 12 Top Tech Rumors We Hope Will (and Won't) Come True

    The tech world loves rumors and spreads them incessantly, thanks to a seemingly endless outpouring of Internet blather about impending tech gadgets and gear.

  • News: Activision Files Complaint Over ModernWarfare3.com

    It's a Modern Warfare 3 joke site littered with pro-Battlefield 3 propaganda, trolling fans of the former first-person shooter or anyone sensitive enough to take the bait, and now Activision wants it shut down—so much so that it's filed a domain name dispute with the National Arbitration Forum. The NAF describes itself as a litigation alternative, and specializes in domain name dispute resolution.

  • News: Get to Work in the Virtual Sweatshop

    A new web-based game aims to educate children and teenagers about the ethics (or lack thereof) of the fashion industry.

  • Opinion: Video Game Sales for June 2011, Come on Down

    Video game industry sales dropped an uncomfortable 10 percent in June 2011 year-on-year, according to tracker NPD Group, though as usual, NPD's data only accounts for retail sales, thus ignoring a huge and increasingly crucial swathe of the market. The drop, for bean counters, was from $1.11 billion in June 2010 to $995 million last month, and we're talking the whole caboodle, from software to hardware to accessories.

  • News: Two Worlds II Gets Velvet-Wrapped Special Edition

    Two Worlds II is bringing a touch of luxury to its special edition, due out on October 18 of this year.

  • News: World of Tanks Followed Up by World of Warplanes

    If you like the idea of MMO military action but would rather there were more flying around and shouting things like "Tally-ho!" then Wargaming.net has a pleasing announcement for you.



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