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  • Feature: Alternatives to the PlayStation Network

    We've put together a list of alternatives to the currently offline PlayStation Network: ways to play games against your friends online, download media and network socially, all using your PC.

  • News: Nintendo Wii 2 to launch in 2012

    Nintendo has confirmed it will launch a new version of its Wii games console next year.

  • News: Sony "rebuilding" PlayStation Network after attack

    The outage of Sony's PlayStation Network and Qriocity service, now in its fourth day, looks set to continue after the company said on Sunday that it is "rebuilding" its system to better guard against attacks.

  • Feature: The Elder Scrolls V: 5 things you really ought to know

    Will Mass Effect 3 be the game of the year? Not if Bethesda has anything to say about it. Get all your Skyrim news here.

  • News: PSP Go becomes PSP No as production and shipments end

    Sony has formally announced an end to production and shipments for the PSP Go, reports Andriasang. This confirms rumors from retail sources.

  • News: New Microsoft and Sony games consoles in 2014?

    Amidst all the conjecture over what the rumored new Nintendo console might offer, it's not surprising that people are now turning their attention to Sony and Microsoft.

  • News: X Rebirth bringing space sims back

    Developer Egosoft has announced a new entry in the successful X franchise. Will it be enough to revitalize interest in the flagging space sim genre?

  • News: Black Ops Escalation pack detailed

    Activision has revealed a few new details about the upcoming Escalation map pack, due next month for the 360 version of Call of Duty: Black Ops.

  • News: Deus Ex developers listen to fan feedback

    The community has been kicking up a fuss over the inclusion of item highlighting in the upcoming Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Eidos is keen to make everyone happy.

  • News: Portal 2: He Flies Through Puzzles with the Greatest of Ease

    Portal 2 makes me nervous, but not in a good way. I’m halfway through its shambolic, corroded test levels, but it’s only taken three hours to get here. During those three, I’ve jogged into spacious rooms, sussed a few puzzles, then jogged out again. The toughest one yet occurred at the beginning during training, where I only had control of a single portal and couldn't figure out where to drop the other one. Everything since? Pretty much a cakewalk.

  • News: Telltale brings Law & Order to LA

    Telltale's next episodic franchise will be an adaptation of NBC Universal's Law & Order: LA for PC, Mac, console, mobile and tablets.

  • News: Naughty Dog Reveals Uncharted 3's Multiplayer

    At a venue in one of the shadier sections of Los Angeles, Sony and Naughty Dog put on a display of the competitive multiplayer modes in the upcoming Uncharted 3. While I watched out the window with one eye to ensure no one was stealing anyone' car, I focused the other eye on a variety of flatscreen TVs where I was able to play team deathmatch.

  • News: BlazBlue DLC Adding New Character

    Remember BlazBlue: Continuum Shift? It might not have quite the same cachet with casual fighting fans as Super Street Fighter IV (or the upcoming Mortal Kombat), but it's still alive and kicking thanks to upcoming DLC that will add a new character.

  • News: ESRB moves to automation

    Starting from today, some ESRB ratings will no longer be decided based on an independent human's opinion -- they'll be determined electronically.

  • News: Gamers' Voice on violence

    Gamers' Voice, an independent pressure group from the UK, has criticized an opinionated TV show for its blasé attitude towards the violent video games debate.

  • News: Club Nintendo's Official Giant AR Card

    Japan's Club Nintendo members can get a two foot-long card with which to summon life-size Miis with their 3DS.

  • News: The Day in Screens: April 14th, 2011

    We have a lot of new screens on the site today, and we've gathered the most tantalizing handful for your viewing pleasure. In today's Day in Screens, Kasumi of Dead or Alive: Dimensions kicks three times the ass when rendered in 3D; lasers and Hybrids terrorize Joe Capelli in Resistance 3; Link explores Hyrule in the 3DS remake of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time; Inversion continues to manipulates gravity; and Pokemon finally get a home of their own on the 'net

  • News: Play indie games, help Portal 2 release early

    The Aperture Science website has had a mysterious countdown on it recently -- it's just been revealed what it means.

  • News: MotorStorm Apocalypse out on May 3

    The recent disasters that hit Japan delayed Motorstorm Apocalypse from its original release date, but Sony has decided it's time the game hit store shelves.

  • News: F.E.A.R. 3 multiplayer detailed

    F.E.A.R. 3 features four main multiplayer modes, according to publisher Warner Bros., and they sound a little different from your regular old deathmatch. A wise decision, as it takes a lot to pry people away from the Call of Duty and Halo titles of the world.



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