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E3 2007: Fallout 3 is actually Fallout 3D

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So it's true: Fallout 3 is actually a Fallout in 3D! But the first shock begins to fade, as the one hour presentation of the game takes its course at the E3 Media Festival. And in the end, it turns into a very pleasant feeling of certainty: Bethesda hasn't violated the heritage of the (isometric) tactic RPGs, but instead transforms them for the current millennia. more...

E3 2007: Little Big Planet amazes us

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An extremely patient Alex Evans, one of the Media Molecule founders, takes us on an tour through his escapism sandbox, called Little Big Planet. The game is primary a really neat looking, very versatile level editor. The special feature being, that you build the level while you and up to three friends are in it. more...

E3 2007: Hellgate London is done, when it's done

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We talked to Tyler Thomson (pictured above), Director of Technology at Flagship Studios, who gave us a Hellgate London tour. The game looks very solid and leaves us with the impression that it's pretty much done. more...

E3 2007: Halo Wars only on Xbox 360?

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Some time in 2008, there'll be a spin-off to Bungies Halo. Which takes a lot of elements from the original to the small scale – and it's supposed to be a Xbox 360 exclusive title. more...

Halo 2 runs on Windows XP

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It seems, as if Halo 2 is no longer a Windows Vista exclusive title. Various sources confirm, what appears to be a solution for running Halo 2 on Windows XP machines. A tool called Halo.2.XP.Patch-NoGrp circulating the internet seems to enable owners of the game to play it without having DirectX 10 or Vista installed. more...

E3 2007: Assassin's Creed Hands-on

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Finally, Assassin's Creed was playable at E3 for a few seconds, instead of just having to watch it from a distance. Mainly though, one of the Ubisoft employees played, so you could a get a glimpse at everything. Despite the nanny, we were thrilled: „GTA at the time of the crusades“ is a fitting, as well a completely wrong description of the game. more...

E3 2007: id Softwares "pretty secret things"

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IGN had the chance to chat with Tim Willits of id Software. The two page interview doesn't hold any new information and pretty much comes down to this: more...

PS3: US price drop not matched in Europe

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We have just learned an hour ago from David Reeves, president of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, that the announced price drop of the current 60-GB-version of PlayStation 3 in the US, from 599 to 499 USD will not be matched in the European territories. The announcement was made at a reception in Venice Beach, California. more...

E3 2007: Nintendo Press Conference

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The first day at the E3 Media Festival started with the press conference of Nintendo, in the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. The bulky statue (more on that later) of Reggie Fils-Amie (pictured above, center) moves onto the stage -- he's the president and COO of Nintendo America, and well known for his pompous talk. more...

E3 2007: PSP Lite announced

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That the PSP is a shelf warmer compared to the Nintendo DS, has been confirmed by numerous publishers -- confidentially however. Now, at the E3 Media Festival in Santa Monica, Sony Computer Entertainment President Kaz Hirai (pictured left) presents an enhanced version. The PSP Lite will, at the same price as the predecessor, be 33 percent lighter and 19 percent slimmer. more...