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PSP Go with its own App Store?

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Since the revelation of the brand new PSP Go at the E3 in Los Angeles, it became more and more apparent that Sony is directly attacking its competitor - no, not Nintendo, but Apple and the iPhone. more...

Tales of Monkey Island with Old Voice Actors - Mostly

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Good news for all the Monkey Island purists out there. As Jostiq reports, many of the whole-hearted fans can forget at least some of their worries about possible quality issues of The Tales of Monkey Island. Why? Read on! more...

New Monkey Island is announced!

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After a mere nine years, Guybrush Threepwood (Mighty Pirate) returns! more...

Gamescom: The Exhibitors

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According to the latest newsletter, the roster of exhibitors who will be attending the gamescom is as follows: more...

Battlefield 2 Patch 1.50 Enters Beta

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It's been nearly ten months now since Electronic Arts announced that they would be releasing a new patch for Battlefield 2. more...

Final Fantasy VII on Japanese PlayStation Network

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The all-time rpg of many players out there, namely Final Fantasy VII by Square Enix, has now hit the Japanese PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable. more...

Eidos: Batman Is "Close to Perfect"!

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Eidos´ Jon Brooke, head of UK marketing, has recently stated his opinion on the upcoming action game Batman Arkham Asylum. According to him, it will be one of Eidos´ best games ever.

In an interview with MCV Brooke said:

Google Unravels their Mysterious Data Center

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Google has now allowed a first public view in their data center. You find a video-tour here. more...

World of Warcraft to Save Seals!

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The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) might seem like a joke for some people out there. But they are quite often noteworthy, even for video-gamers. more...

BioWare, Dragon Age and DLC

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Greg Zueschuk, Vice President at BioWare, stated the company's plans on downloadable content for their rpg Dragon Age. According to him, their strategy is to deliver such content "in maybe a year and-a-half or two years." The most important criteria for him, however, is the quality.