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Sonic Boom Announced For Wii U, 3DS, Runs At 1080p?
I guess this is another notch on the belt for the Wii U having more 1080p games than its competitors? Most notably, the Xbox One. But Sega has announced that Sonic Boom is coming for Nintendo's platforms in 2014 and it will be prequel for the new animated TV series set to launch.
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f Keeps The Beat Alive On US Vitas This March
The world’s most famous virtual idol, along with a nice selection of her musical friends, is finally making the trip to Vita out West as Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f receives a March release window in the United States.
Redux: Dark Matters Launches Today For The Dreamcast
A new game is available today, though probably not for one of the platforms you were expecting. It’s a brand new bullet hell romp called Redux: Dark Matters, and it launches today for none other than the Sega Dreamcast.
Alien Isolation Developer: Resident Evil, Dead Space Turned Into Gears Of War
Alien Isolation creators Creative Assembly says that the first Dead Space and Resident Evil games are sources of inspiration as they craft their new survival horror game. However, CA says those two series "marginalized" their fans in their sequels.
Alien Isolation Gameplay Video Aims To Do The Opposite Of Aliens: Colonial Marines
A new gameplay video of Alien Isolation features more than seven full minutes of gameplay. The video is expertly crafted to give gamers an inescapable idea of what Creative Assembly has in store with the game.
Alien Isolation Announced For PC And Consoles
Alien Isolation popped up on the Xbox Marketplace today. The listing for The Creative Assembly's survival horror game includes the Xbox 360 box art along with several details and images.
Sonic And All-Stars Racing Transformed Launches On iOS And Android
Racing game Sonic And All-Stars Racing Transformed is now available for mobile users. You can purchase it for iOS or Android devices for $4.99.
Shenmue 3 Teased With Sonic And All-Stars Racing Transformed Ryo DLC
Let the trolling begin... or continue. It depends on how you look at it. The trolling of Shenmue 3 has become a parody all its own and Sega is looking to keep it going by making hints about the threequel that's likely never to happen, by teasing them with the upcoming DLC for Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed.
Alien: Isolation Screenshots Leaked
Today screenshots from the next-gen title Alien: Isolation were leaked to the Internet. These are the first in-game shots we've seen of the Creative Assembly project since it was first revealed.
Total War: Rome 2 Caesar In Gaul Expansion Announced
Total War: Rome 2 will be getting its first expansion pack next week. Caesar in Gaul is a short, focused campaign set in Gaul as well as the south coast of Britannia.
Sonic Lost World Review: You’ve Played Worse Sonic Games
Sonic Lost World on the 3DS is unlike any other Sonic game I’ve ever played before, which is both a good and a bad thing.
Total War: Rome 2 DLC Charges You For Blood And Gore
If you thought that red stuff that flies out of a 3D actor's body when they get hit with a sword or impaled with a spear was a common trait for the gameplay experience, think again. Creative Assembly has unleashed a new DLC pack for Total War: Rome II that enables blood and gore.
The Typing Of The Dead: Overkill Shambles Onto PC
The dead have begun to rise and attack the bystanders. The world is in chaos. And the only thing stands between the shambling hordes and the extinction of man: You and your…keyboard? Sega has announced a special Halloween surprise for all you ghouls and goblins out there, a reincarnation of one of its most beloved off-the-wall games of all time, The Typing of the Dead: Overkill.
Creative Assembly Offers Free Total War: Rome 2 DLC As Peace Offering
Well, Creative Assembly has heard the far cries of foul from gamers who pledged fealty to consumer justice, and the developers decided to set a path toward recourse via DLC. Hence, the road to retribution for Creative Assembly is paved with free content and lots of patches.
Gamers, You Win: Total War Rome 2 Patched To Fix Every Major Fail
Gamers have been crying, moaning, whining, shouting and screaming a lot during the last half of the seventh generation of gaming, all with good reason. A lot of the AAA publishers have put it in their minds to rape the wallets of gamers with shoddy ports, shoddy releases, poor support and tactics so shady that John Gotti would have blushed with envy.