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  • News: Sony Warned over Security

    UK Culture Minister Ed Vaizey has issued Sony a stern warning that it needs to improve its data security measures, or face heavy fines.

  • News: Little Indie's New Platform

    Little Indie seeks to get independent developers more exposure through online distribution on its new platform, along with marketing and public relations.

  • News: Star Raiders returns

    Star Raiders is the original space combat simulator, and now the franchise is back after 25 years of absence.

  • News: Rockstar spends big on LA Noire marketing

    L.A. Noire looks like it's going to be kind of a big deal, and Rockstar is certainly helping keep the game's profile up.

  • News: News from Namco: Soul Calibur V, Tekken CG Movie and more

    Namco Bandai's recent Level Up press event in Dubai brought with it a number of interesting announcements, including confirmation of Soul Calibur V and a CG Tekken movie.

  • News: Jagex Recruiting Black Rock Layoffs

    Runescape developer Jagex has announced that it will be hosting a recruitment event for employees affected by the recent redundancies at Disney in-house development studio Black Rock.

  • News: PlayStation Network: Will developers jump ship?

    We're officially three weeks into the PSN fiasco today, with only vague timeframes for restoration—long enough for disgruntled developers to start speaking out. We’ve focused on how the outage affects players (no Portal 2 co-op, no Mortal Kombat match-ups, etc.) but—partly because we expected the service back already—overflown its impact on the folks whose financial well-being is tied directly to PSN uptime.

  • News: Sony: May 31 PSN estimate inaccurate

    Sony spokesman Patrick Seybold has attempted to clear up some of the confusion regarding when PSN will -- or, as the case may be, won't -- be back online.

  • News: The Witcher 2 ready for release

    The sequel to CD Projekt Red's excellent RPG is releasing on May 17, and distributors are gearing up for its release with a variety of pre-order options.

  • News: Sony hit by third cyber attack against PlayStation Network

    Sony has fallen victim to a third cyber attack against its PlayStation Network, while the Japanese IT giant's chief executive officer has confirmed that a date for the restoration of the network is yet to be set.

  • News: Xbox 360 Spring Update on May 19

    The annual Spring Update for the Xbox 360 Dashboard is apparently coming before the end of the month, and it adds a few useful features.

  • News: MX vs. ATV Alive arrives

    THQ's latest entry in the MX vs. ATV series sees the company experimenting with a different approach to what a game you buy at retail includes, and what gets offered as DLC.

  • News: Report: Microsoft to Acquire Skype for $8.5bn

    Microsoft has acquired the online communication giant for $8.5 billion, and plans to integrate the service into its devices while continuing to support and develop it on other platforms.

  • News: Ntrails weekly online games launches

    A new online game that takes web users on a hunt around the net every week has been launched.

  • News: New Xbox rumour 'a fabrication'

    Last week, rumors circulated that EA already had its hands on the new Xbox hardware. Now, a representative of EA has denied the claims.

  • News: It's official: Games are art

    The US federal government's National Endowment for the Arts program has declared video games a valid form of art, and eligible for funding.

  • News: PSN service 'back by May 31'

    A Sony spokesperson claims that the PS3 and PSP's online service will be back up and running by May 31 -- which would bring the total downtime to 41 days.

  • News: Sony delays restoring PlayStation Network

    Sony has delayed restoring its PlayStation Network gaming service.

  • News: Capcom: It Was a Very Good Year

    Capcom just had an excellent fiscal year and attributes its success to the diversity of the products in its catalog, as well as the platforms it is supporting.

  • News: EA Has New Xbox

    Sources have told Develop that the new Xbox not only exists, but that EA already has its hands on it and is developing first-generation software.



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