Sony has a new PlayStation Portable. Budget priced at €99 (and currently only for Europe), the PSP E-1000 does what every other PSP does—it just doesn't have built-in Wi-Fi. And it's matte! See?
Ubisoft's "limited-edition premium" UbiCollectibles are still only available to European customers, but that doesn't mean the rest of us can't have a close look at the Ezio and Michael figurines.
The previously rumored Prince of Persia Trilogy 3D for the PlayStation 3 has been confirmed by publisher Ubisoft today, stuffing three PS2 games onto one Blu-ray disc, which will only be available in Europe.
European PlayStation 3 owners without the courage or wherewithal to import last year's brilliant Demon's Souls may be in luck. Namco Bandai appears to have picked up the brutal, dark role-playing game for your continent.
The top shelf version of God of War III coming to Europe is a bit more ultimate than the North American version, known over there as the God of War III Ultimate Trilogy Edition. This is what it looks like.
Good news! While the Japanese have been enjoying three-dimensional nonogram bliss for the better part of the year with Rittai Picross, the localized, announced, but not dated Picross 3D has been pegged for a February 2010 release date! In Europe!
Typically the recipient of the short end of game release stick, Europeans are occasionally thrown a bone—and we don't mean early access to SingStar and Buzz. We mean this Ratchet & Clank: A Crack In Time collector's edition.
I loved Killzone 2, but don't take my early impressions of it, go grab a demo of the game yourself and tell us what you think.
What's a European gamer to do? With the once enormous Leipzig Games Convention fractured, two new gaming conventions are popping up around the same time to take its place.
Whoops! Looks like Nintendo of Europe's upcoming summer (and beyond) release schedule doesn't quite line up with Sega's. The publisher tells Eurogamer that some of the products Nintendo was touting simply don't exist. Sonic Unleashed, for example, is not getting a Nintendo DS release, nor is Beijing 2008 on the Wii.
Nintendo of America has been quiet as a church mouse when it comes to its post-Wii Fit publishing plans. We know Mario Super Sluggers is coming, but after that? We're clueless. Nintendo of Europe on the other hand, has laid out its summertime plans for geeks and otaku across the pond, announcing Make 10: A Journey of…
Afrika for the PlayStation 3, whatever it is, looks very pretty. We look forward to enjoying whatever Afrika is, whenever Afrika arrives. Oh, and thank heavens that we don't live in Europe, as it appears Sony Computer Entertainment Europe is dropping the publishing ball, telling Eurogamer that it shan't be publishing …