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  • 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.

  • News: Official Olympics Game Announced

    Sega has announced the official game of the London 2012 Olympics -- well, the official game that doesn't feature Mario and Sonic, anyway.

  • News: Uncharted 3 Multiplayer Explained

    Amidst the world going Call of Duty Elite crazy, Naughty Dog has announced its plans for Uncharted 3's multiplayer modes.

  • Opinion: Disney Researches Force Feedback on Your Spine

    Sometimes I don't think games are immersive enough. I'll pull some ridiculous maneuver in Dirt 3, and all I get is a little controller shake. Pffh. Apparently I'm not the only one who thinks this, because, according to New Scientist, the engineers at Disney Research in Pittsburgh are working a "Tactile Brush" that can mimic motion across your back.

  • Opinion: E3 2011: What to Expect

    Next week, the video game industry will descend upon downtown Los Angeles for the E3 expo, an annual trade show with gaming's biggest publishers and hardware makers. It's going to be a hectic show, with lots of new gaming systems and the sensory overload of countless video games in every corner of the L.A. Convention Center. No E3 is without surprises, but here are the top 5 safest predictions for E3 2011:

  • News: Apple Unveiling New Software on June 6

    Apple has announced that it will be showing of a selection of "next generation software" at its Worldwide Developers Conference on June 6. "So what?" you might think -- until you look at the timing.

  • Opinion: Sony Promises PlayStation Store Back this Week

    Finally. The PlayStation Store should be back this week--one month after the PlayStation Network was hacked and shuttered--along with anything else still missing in action, says Sony. A press release dropped through the official PlayStation blog Monday signaled the online service's return to full health by June 5th in the Americas, Europe, and Asia, though excluding Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea.

  • News: Sony PlayStation Network to be fully restored by weekend

    Sony plans to restore all its PlayStation Network services by this weekend in all regions except Japan, South Korea, and Hong Kong, the company said Tuesday.

  • News: Witcher 2 Goes DRM Free

    In a surprise move, this hit PC title aims to become more accessible by removing unnecessary DRM restrictions.

  • News: RolePlayers' Realm: Dragon Quest 25th Anniversary Edition

    Special guest Tim Rogers joins Kat, Justin and Ray to discuss Dragon Quest's rich history as our celebration of the 25th anniversary continues!

  • News: FIFA 12 Details Revealed

    It's that time of year again: the time when EA Sports makes up lots of important-sounding names for the "innovations" in the next FIFA soccer game.

  • News: Ace Attorney Movie Confirmed

    A few days ago, director Takashi Miike teased that he was working on a new movie that sounded distinctly Ace Attorney-ish. Turns out it IS Ace Attorney!

  • News: Dragon Age Complete Pack

    If you've never jumped into the Dragon Age saga, what better way to do it than with a pack that contains absolutely everything Dragon Age you can possibly think of?

  • Opinion: Rumor: Sony NGP Memory Halved to Battle Nintendo 3DS

    I'm sure you've heard Nintendo's 3DS isn't doing as well as Nintendo hoped. There's GameStop, complaining 3DS sales are "lagging from what the expectations were in the US." There's Nintendo, admitting late last month that the system's selling much slower than hoped. And then there's the rest of us, who like the 3DS well enough, but--we're smack in the midst of mainstream opinion here--told you most of the launch games were a letdown, because they were.

  • News: Sony's PlayStation Network to reopen in Asia on Saturday

    Sony's PlayStation Network online gaming service will reopen for millions of gamers across Asia on Saturday, more than five weeks after it was taken offline following a cyber attack.

  • News: Gold-Farming Chinese Prisoners

    It's been revealed that many Chinese prisoners are being forced into online "hard labor" in titles such as World of Warcraft, because it's more profitable than manual labor.

  • News: Disney Universe's Multiplayer Fun

    Disney has announced that it's working on a "fast-paced multiplayer action adventure" for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC/Mac.



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