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  • News: New Tony Hawk in 2012

    The long-running skateboard series is taking a year off following the failure of Tony Hawk Ride and Shred, but it looks like it'll be taken out of mothballs next year.

  • News: Bangai-O HD Hits XBLA May 5

    The incredibly manic shoot-em-up from Treasure assaults your eyes (in a good way) in just a few weeks.

  • News: Top Story: Pokemon Global Link launches April 13

    This afternoon's Top Story is the news that Pokémon Black and White players will soon have a home on the web to call their very own.

  • News: Kiip's real world gaming rewards

    Online and in-game advertising is something which many companies are still struggling to get right. New startup Kiip has a slightly different approach.

  • News: Miles Edgeworth 2

    Amid reports that Capcom won't be bringing the second Ace Attorney Investigations game to North America, Capcom's Christian Svensson says that "the costs of localization are higher than the forecasted return."

  • News: Persona 4 anime announced

    The official series follows in the footsteps of Persona 3 spin-off and will be on Japanese TV in the coming months.

  • News: Sony and PS3 Hacker George Hotz Kiss and Make Up

    File this under "didn't see that coming," but iPhone and occasional PS3 hacker George "GeoHot" Hotz have buried the hatchet--not just with pleasantries, but in legal terms, too.

  • News: Sony CEO calls Nintendo's handhelds 'babysitting tools'

    This morning's Top Story is the news that SCEA president and CEO Jack Tretton clearly isn't a fan of Nintendo's handhelds -- and he has big plans for the future.

  • News: Sony PSP gets music streaming service

    The rumours are true: Music Unlimited, Sony's cloud-based streaming music service, will launch on the PSP platform on April 14

  • News: Save big on Cave titles and help Japan

    This morning's Top Story is the news that Cave is discounting a number of its popular titles and donating the proceeds from some to the Japanese relief effort.

  • News: Top Story: New portable N64 supports split-screen

    This afternoon's Top Story is good news for retro and home-made gadget enthusiasts: it's a portable N64 with multiplayer compatibility.

  • News: Nintendo Reveals Action RPG Pandora's Tower

    Nintendo is collaborating with Japanese developer Ganbarion to bring another RPG to the Wii. Here are the first details!

  • News: Top Story: DC Universe Online affected by SOE cuts

    This morning's Top Story is an open letter from the producer of DC Universe Online which looks forward to the future of the game despite SOE's recent layoffs.

  • News: Did Activision kill Bizarre?

    When Bizarre Creations closed its doors on February 18 this year, many gamers blamed Activision for the studio's death. How much truth is there in that accusation?

  • News: Grooveshark App Booted from Android Market

    Is Google trying to clean up its act in the Android Market by dumping alleged copyright-infringing applications? That may be the case for at least one app after the controversial music streaming service Grooveshark disappeared from the Android Market on Tuesday. The move comes amid reports that Google is negotiating licensing rights for its new online music streaming service, Google Music.

  • News: Eight DLC Packs You Really Should Play

    Downloadable content is now an integral part of virtually every major release, but many gamers are still unfamiliar with the concept. Here's a handy guide to PC Advisor's favourite DLC.

  • News: Sony PS3 websites attacked by Anonymous group

    The campaigning group 'Anonymous' has got Sony in its sights, launching a denial of service attack against the company's PlayStation network websites in protest at its legal pursuit of PS3 jailbreaker, 'Geohot'.

  • News: Don't take it personally, babe

    It's easy to assume that the big business of the games industry stifles creativity. But every now and then something comes along to remind you all is not lost.

  • News: Solatorobo Looking More Likely for Europe

    The evidence for a Solatorobo release in Europe is steadily piling up. Not only does it have a rating at the Australian Classification Board, it has an English name as well.

  • News: Top Story: Final Fantasy V coming to PSN

    This afternoon's Top Story is the news that classic RPG Final Fantasy V is on the way to PSN's PSone Classics section.



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