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  • Opinion: Oh Brother: Sony Hacked Again

    First the PlayStation Network and Qriocity, then Sony Online Entertainment, Sony Ericsson, and a Japan-based ISP subsidiary. And this morning, you can add Sony Pictures to the list of hack-attack victimized.

  • News: Syndicate Reborn as FPS?

    Classic strategy-action game Syndicate is a favorite of many retro gamers. Now, The Darkness developer Starbreeze is working on a reimagining.

  • News: Sims 3 Pets Coming This Holiday

    Latest Sims 3 expansion Generations has just been released, so EA is now working hard on the next entry in the popular series.

  • News: Konami Pre-E3 Event Round-up

    Konami confirms Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill and Zone of the Enders HD collections and introduces what will likely be a substantial part of Sony's strategy for the NGP.

  • News: CD Projekt's New Project

    Ahead of the company's "big announcement" at 12pm PT, CD Projekt Red has announced it has teamed up with the studio behind The Witcher's cinematics once again.

  • News: First FFXIII-2 Story Details

    Final Fantasy XIII-2 will be on show at E3 next week, and ahead of its presentation, Square Enix has revealed a few details about the game's story.

  • News: Polish Retailers List 360 Witcher 2

    Good Old Games and CD Projekt Red have been teasing a big announcement that will be taking place later today, and it's looking more and more likely to be a console version of The Witcher 2.

  • News: Pac-Man on Facebook

    Namco has released two versions of Pac-Man on Facebook and is hoping to tap into that part of your brain that kept you feeding quarters into the original.

  • News: Black Ops Free Weekend

    Looking to get your shoot on but a bit strapped for cash? From today, you can nab a copy of Black Ops from Steam and play for free.

  • News: PlayStation Store is Back

    Sony has finally got the PlayStation Store back up and running, with an absolute ton of new content available for players to download.

  • News: PlayStation Store Back, Sony Finally Returns to Normal

    The PlayStation Store is back, and with that, the coda to what may be the prologue to endless cyber-warfare comes to a close. Sony brought the PS Store back online last night to accolades on the official PlayStation blog, as many marveled at the sheer scope of the update (translation: it's huge).

  • News: Sony to restore Thursday all PlayStation Network services

    Sony will fully restore PlayStation Network services on Thursday in all regions other than in Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea, the company said.

  • News: Xbox 720/Netbox release date rumour round-up

    All your Xbox 720/Nextbox speculation in one place - Updated 1 June 2011

  • News: Forza 4 Features Head-Tracking

    Microsoft has teased its E3 announcements, revealing that Forza 4 will feature head-tracking support, courtesy of the Kinect sensor.

  • News: PBS Hackers Put Sony in Crosshairs

    The group of anonymous hackers that posted a fake story proclaiming Tupac Shakur is alive and well in New Zealand on PBS' website might now be targeting Sony.

  • News: Make Your Own Games with Stencyl

    If you've ever wanted to make your own games but find the prospect of programming daunting, then new project Stencyl is definitely worth a look.

  • News: Forza 4 Features Head-Tracking

    Microsoft has teased its E3 announcements, revealing that Forza 4 will feature head-tracking support, courtesy of the Kinect sensor.

  • News: Carmageddon: Reincarnation Coming

    The Carmageddon brand has been reacquired by its original developer Stainless Games, who are hard at work to bring a brand new game in the series to a brand new audience.

  • News: Xbox's 'Entertainment' Rebrand

    Writing on the official Microsoft blog, Frank Shaw has a few things to say about the future of Xbox and the way the company will be marketing it.

  • Opinion: Roku to Bring Angry Birds to TVs

    Soon there won't be anywhere to hide from the pig-killing phenomenon that is Angry Birds. Roku, which makes Netflix and Hulu-streaming set-top boxes, announced that it would add support for casual games this summer, starting with three versions of the uber-popular Angry Birds.



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