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  • News: Sony Delayed Informing Hacked Users

    A report from the Japanese government finds that Sony was aware of the scope of the PSN hack earlier than it previously admitted to the public.

  • News: Free Four Swords is GBA Version

    During E3, Nintendo announced that all DSi and 3DS owners would be able to download a free copy of Zelda: Four Swords, but didn't say which version. Now we know!

  • News: Bungie Aerospace Halo Developers Next Game

    The Halo franchise may be passing out of the hands of long-time caretaker Bungie, but the formerly Microsoft-exclusive dev is going into their 20th year strong. To celebrate both their anniversary, Halo's 10 year anniversary, and the unveiling of their next big project, the company is hosting a huge fan event from June 23 to July 7.

  • News: Crysis 2 Disappears from Steam, Still on Origin

    A number of tips came our way this morning saying that Crysis 2 has disappeared from the Steam store -- sure enough, that does indeed appear to be the case, with a search for Crysis on Valve's store bringing up nothing but Crysis, Crysis: Warhead and predecessor Far Cry . Searching for Crysis 2 brings up nothing but the original Crysis, and searching for "Crysis 2" as an exact match brings up nothing at all. This situation is worldwide.

  • News: Wii U Doesn't Support DVD or Blu-Ray

    In an E3 investor Q&A from June 8, which has now been translated into English, Nintendo CEO confirmed that the Wii U will not support DVD and Blu-Ray playback.

  • News: Rumor: TimeSplitters 4 Next-Gen

    An industry source claims that Crytek UK is working hard on the next instalment of the TimeSplitters series -- but you won't see it on current consoles.

  • News: Xbox Wireless Speed Wheel

    Microsoft has announced a new accessory for the Xbox 360: a low-cost wireless steering wheel for your favorite racing games.

  • Opinion: Analyst: Wii U '50% more powerful' than PlayStation 3

    Yes, that title's surely link bait, but then I didn't say the Wii U was twice as powerful as Sony's PlayStation 3, apparently some analyst picked up by Industry Gamers did. So is this rumor worth anyone's time?

  • News: Brian Wood Crash Culprits Sentenced

    The two women responsible for the death of Relic Entertainment's designer Brian Wood have been given lengthy prison sentences.

  • News: Wizardry Online is Going to Kill You

    Looking for something a bit more hardcore from your massively-multiplayer experiences? Then Wizardry Online may be what you're looking for.

  • News: Lulzsec sets sights on U.S. Senate and game-maker Bethesda

    The Lulzsec hacking group continues to cause headaches for IT staffers. On Monday it published data it obtained from servers belonging to the U.S. Senate and Bethesda Softworks, a Rockville, Maryland, game maker.

  • Opinion: Analyst: Wii U 'Impactful', but 'Two Years Too Late'

    Michael Pachter can't seem to make up his mind about Nintendo's Wii U. The Wedbush Morgan analyst on the one hand called the Wii U "the most impactful [sic] 'reveal'" of the show, but followed with plenty of scorn, starting with the system's moniker, which Pachter calls "unimaginative."

  • Toshiba Qosmio X770 quad-core gaming laptops launch

    Toshiba has launched a 17in gaming laptop primed with 3D gaming and video playback support and up to 1.5TB of onboard storage. The Qosmio X770 uses a quad-core Intel processor and runs 64bit Windows 7 Home Premium

  • Video: Sights and sounds of E3 2011

    Highlights of the 2011 E3 gaming convention in Los Angeles

  • Video: Highlights of E3 2011

    Wii U, PlayStation Vita and all the sights and sounds of E3

  • Feature: The Games Of E3 2011

    Bioshock, Battlefield, Batman and Lara Croft back on form - PC Advisor presents the best, worst and most surprising games of this year's show in one easily digestible package.

  • Opinion: Fruit Ninja Game on Xbox Kinect Means Life-Size Slicing

    Halfbrick's ridiculously habit-forming game Fruit Ninja will transform into Fruit Ninja Kinect this summer, part of Microsoft's Summer of Arcade promotion for the Xbox 360.

  • Opinion: Call of Duty Elite: Social Networking Comes to Shooters

    Connect, Compete, Improve. It's a mantra that doesn't quite roll off the tongue, but will soon become exceedingly familiar to the legion of Call of Duty fans around the globe.

  • Opinion: Touchscreen Nook Rooted, Gets Angry Birds, Fails

    Sometimes, hacks work. Sometimes they don't. A great example of this the Barnes & Noble Nook--the Nook Color's resulted in a lot of hacking fun, but the new E-Ink-touchscreen Nook isn't succumbing to hacking as easily.

  • Opinion: Les Paul Google Doodle Lets You Strum Guitar

    Google has created a play-along Doodle to mark the anniversary of electric guitar inventor Les Paul's birth. Les Paul (1915-2009), for those unfamiliar, was jazz/blues musician and inventor of the solid-body electric guitar that kicked-started rock and roll.



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