Bloodborne, The Hobbit and a WWII film directed by Angelina Jolie all release this week. See what else is coming.


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The Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vega just got underway (fun-fact: before E3 came to the scene, all video game movers and shakers made their splash at the CES, and some of the current heavy hitters at least have sorta come back), and Microsoft had a lit…

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That’s one way to describe the upcoming Xbox 360 game Quick As Thieves. Given how immensely popular Katamari has been, it’s somewhat shocking that there are virtually no clones to speak of. Perhaps because the gameplay is so unique that it’s just super…

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The latest Final Fantasy has been a bona fide success in Japan, that much is hardy a surprise. Though what is surprising are the bugs that Square Enix managed to let pass via their normally stringent bug testing process.Here’s the first one that managed t…

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It would seem that a number of gamers from South Korea are not at all pleased with how their home turf is being portrayed in the upcoming Super Street Fighter 4. Some might recall that one of the new faces, Juri, is from there, but her accompanying backdro…

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Thank God for cell phones that can easily and covertly shoot a quick video. Or so I’m guessing that’s the back-story behind this clip, from some holiday party where a developer has their hands on a Natal dev kit and is demonstrating how Geometry Wars wor…

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Game Informer, which has become the de-facto online resource for all things related to the latest skirmish between the Autobots and Decepticons, entitled Transformers: War For Cybertron, just let loose some concept art behind the game. Check out what Optim…

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It was a great decade for video games – the Golden Age is steadily underway, and there’s no market crash in sight. Budgets increased, innovation flourished and money flowed in like never before. The following list isn’t my favorite games, or the “best” games – instead, it’s a list of the titles that laid the groundwork for the future.

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So I had some quality time with the Dante’s Inferno demo today, and wanted to share my impressions of this highly-awaited (and much-maligned) game with you. Yes, this is the video game based on the epic poem about Virgil’s descent into the Abyss, but any…

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In Japan, where such stuff can be found in droves, you date criminally young looking girls without any real consequence. One can act inappropriate as one wishes to be with these big-eyed, anime vixens and the most that will happens is them blushing and run…

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Once again, the number or new releases is a bit of a trickle when compared to weeks past. Mostly because everyone shot their loads during the big rush to get their games onto shelves by Black Friday a few weekends back.

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We’re officially in December, when the final crop of releases comes out the gate for the holiday shopping season. Though truth be told, most of the heavy hitters have made themselves be known already, since they had to be on store shelves in time for Black Friday.

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Sorry K. Thor, three new names have been revealed for the SF4 update and Skullomania, nor anyone else that you were hoping for, did not make the cut. At least some buds of Mike Haggar’s are back, though I wholeheartedly agree that it’s the major of Metro…

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And here we are, the calm before the storm. The holiday shopping season officially kicks off in just a few days. So I guess it’s just as well that the number of notable releases this week is a bit on the thin side.

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Word has just gotten out that one of the absolute best games for the Wii that virtually no one played (it was more or less a colossal bomb upon arrival at retail, despite a considerable amount of hype and critical praise), that being last year’s No More H…

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One thing that K Thor forgot to mention yesterday in his usual Monday rundown of new releases is the rest of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band for The Beatles Rock Band, which should be available this very moment. And man is it ever worth the download…

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