Metroid: Other M has got a release date for UK, and the rest of Europe nailed down. Nintendo's latest entry in the Metroid franchise, being co developed by Team Ninja, is due out on the Continent this... Read More
Sony has reiterated its commitment to the hardcore gamer. Amidst fears that the introduction of the Playstation Move motion control accessory, due later this year, might mark the 'casualisation of Son... Read More
Remember our earlier report today on Dragon Age 2? Well, now it's been confrimed, and unveiled in grand style: Dragon Age 2 has been given an inFamous 2 like unveiling, with it appearing on the cover ... Read More
For all those of you who hate Kinect, you have reason to hate it a little less now. No, there still hasn't been an announcement of a Kinect exclusive hardcore game yet. What I'm talking about is Micro... Read More
Insomniac Games is doubtless one of Sony's premier game development studios, having crafted such fine games as Ratchet and Clank and Resistance, all exclusively for the Playstation family. However, wi... Read More
For those of you who were worried that Ubisoft might adopt the 'Call of Duty' route with its popular stealth series Assassin's Creed, you can rest assured: Ubisoft has confirmed that the series won't ... Read More
To those who were worried, Level 5's newest RPG, Ni no Kuni, developed in collaboration with animation studios Studio Ghibli for the DS and the PS3 (I know, I know. I can barely supress a snort of lau... Read More
According to the series co-creator, Ed Boon, Mortal Kombat 2011 will "focus hard on the hardcore player,"
"Oddly enough, this [new Mortal Kombat] is the first one in a while that we've really made ... Read More
Sony recently detailed the games that will be bundled with the upcoming Playstation Move in Japan.
One of the bundles is the "Bio Hazard 5 Alternative Edition Special Pack", which comes with a Move... Read More
PSM3 has recently stated in their magazine that EA have only revealed 20% of the features that will be available in the upcoming FIFA 2011.
"Overall [FIFA 11 is] a bit slower and more considered,... Read More
There will be a new browser for the Xbox Live Arcade Marketplace, it was recently revealed by Major Nelson on his blog.
'Next week we'll be launching another way to browse... Read More
Although we knew it was coming (heck, even the name of the original Dragon Age game hinted at as much), it's good to get an official confirmation straight from the horse's mouth.
Yep, Electronic Ar... Read More
Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon is a role-playing game with dungeon-crawler elements, available only on the Nintendo Wii. It was developed by Tri-Crescendo and Namco Bandai; and was publish... Read More
[drop-cap]M[/drop-cap]icrosoft’s Kinect surely does look promising. But judging by the screens, people will look stupid while playing Kinect. As you can see from the images below people are lit... Read More
In an interview with Famitsu's publisher Enterbrain CEO Hirokazu Hamamura, the man, the legend, Hideo Kojima said that his next project "might be Metal Gear Solid 5."
"The next project is amazing,... Read More
LucasArts has dismissed the idea of a Star Trek-type Star Wars reboot. They feel the series still has a lot of gaming potential, and that they can re-imagine their formulas and implement them correctl... Read More
The recently released 'Onslaught' mode which could be downloaded as DLC for the Xbox 360 version of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is now availible on PSN.
The new add-on will have four players pla... Read More
FIFA 11, which will be releasing this year on the PS2, DS, PSP, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, PC and mobile, will be releasing on September 28 in North America and October 1 in Europe and Asia, EA has confirmed... Read More
Castlevania: Harmony of Despair, the much anticipated XBox LIVE Arcade exclusive title, is set for release August 4, says Microsoft.
Castlevania: Harmony of Despair will give you and upto five othe... Read More
With a heavier focus on action over stealth, are the new generations of old franchises indicative of the death of stealth-action?