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  • Feature: The strangest games of 2011

    From nightmares about sheep to boulders with faces, PC Advisor unearths the most original games of the year.

  • News: Disney Confirms Black Rock Layoffs

    Disney Interactive's internal development company, Black Rock Studios, is reducing its workforce, but is continuing to work on its unannounced project.

  • Video: Sony apologises for PSN hack

    Plus: Osama bin Laden's death breaks a Twitter record, Intel intros a new transistor and the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone shows up in Europe

  • News: Assassin's Creed: Revelations

    The fourth Assassin's Creed game, which still isn't Assassin's Creed 3, is on the way this November from Ubisoft.

  • News: EA Trims Losses

    EA recorded a large loss for the financial year ended March 31, but is hopeful Battlefield 3 will see considerable success against its rivals.

  • News: Hack Sets Your 'Angry Birds' Saved-Game Data Free

    Angry Birds is the undisputed king of smartphone games at the moment. However, it you own more than one smartphone, or own, for example, an iPhone and iPad, it's pretty annoying to lose your saved game and start over. Rovio previously said they would look at a way of syncing saved-game data, but there has been no word on the progress of the move as yet. Forunately, for those who are a little impatient, there's a way to solve this annoyance.

  • News: Guardian Heroes Saturn HD remake

    Action RPG classic from 1996 Guardian Heroes marks the first Sega Saturn title to make the jump to HD consoles via Xbox Live Arcade.

  • News: Sony Hit with $1bn Lawsuit

    A Canadian law firm, representing a plaintiff who claims Sony has breached her privacy, is suing the company and all its subsidiaries for $1 billion Canadian dollars.

  • News: Sony demands legal protection after PSN hack

    'Without strong criminal laws and enforcement of these laws, there will not be any meaningful security on the internet,' Sony says after PSN breach.

  • News: Konami's E3 Event Screening Worldwide

    This year, you can watch Konami's presentation at home, or at screening events in big cities. Yes, really.

  • News: Mass Effect 3 Delayed

    Bioware's Facebook page and forums confirm the game's new 2012 release date, making fall 2011 a little bit less crowded.

  • News: Critics Want More from Sony's President, if Not Resignation

    Howard Stringer has been missing in public throughout the PlayStation Network debacle, and some observers aren't pleased.

  • News: Wii Now $150, Includes Mario Kart

    Nintendo announced today that the Wii has dropped in price once more, now being offered for $149.99 in North America. That wide box you see above is what will be showing up in stores beginning May 15, signifying a new pack-in game that has proven popularity, but is a slight shift away from the casual-friendly bundle the Wii used to have.

  • News: Too Human's Trilogy Will Be Completed, Says Developer

    Remember Too Human? The 2008 action-RPG was supposed to be a key Xbox 360 title for the fall, but a lot of conflicting feedback among gamers led to a flurry of internet arguments that became more memorable than the game itself. What you may not know is that Too Human was always intended to be a trilogy, and despite the bumpy road that preceded it, it's still a part of its developer's plans.

  • News: L.A. Noire Joins the Transmedia Party

    Rockstar's upcoming L.A. Noire is heavily influenced by the world of pulp detective novels. So it's entirely fitting that the game is getting a spin-off anthology of short stories.

  • Opinion: Mind-Controlled Angry Birds Hack Is Mind-Blowing

    What's better than flinging birds at pigs? The answer is simple: flinging birds at pigs with your mind. And now you can! All you need is a computer and the Emotiv EPOC headset.

  • Opinion: NPD: Half of All Full-Game Downloads Are Mobile

    No surprise, mobile devices lead the pack in a new study gauging the device demographics of full-game downloads. According to sales-tracker NPD Group, digital game downloads for mobile devices account for nearly half of all video game "full game" downloads. That's discounting "microtransactions" or downloadable content like expansions or multiplayer maps, and by mobile devices, NPD means iPhones, Android phones, and whatever else falls under the column "mobile" (think games like Angry Birds, Doodle Jump, and Cup the Rope).

  • News: Sony Accuses Anonymous

    A file planted on the hacked Sony Online Entertainment servers suggests that hacktivist group Anonymous may be involved.

  • News: Congress Hearing on PSN

    The US House Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade today held a hearing on the threat of data theft to American consumers.

  • Opinion: Wii Price Drop Confirmed, 'Select' Value Line Launched

    If you're thinking of buying a Wii, best to hold off a bit longer, because Nintendo just confirmed speculation its little white box would drop in price mid-May. As expected, that drop amounts to a 25% cut, from $200 to $150, and you'll be able to pick one up for as much starting Sunday, May 15th.



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