Jacko | TOKYO, JAPAN: Ubisoft rolls out its Michael Jackson game in Japan. (Photo: Game Watch Impress)

So, Who Exactly Could Be In a Sony Fighting Game?

There's a rumour going around that Sony is set to take on Nintendo's Smash Bros. series with a fighting game franchise of its own.
Interestingly, a lot of the early sentiment I picked up on over the weekend was people wondering whether the PlayStation brand had a strong enough roster to support... More »

Nobody Likes Zynga

Zynga rocketed to fame with titles like FarmVille and Mafia Wars. When Mafia Wars 2 launched, the number of players peaked at 2.5 million, but dropped to 900,000 earlier this month, with players complaining that the game just wasn't as fun. More »

Skyrim's PS3 Version Patched. Apparently!

The PS3 version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is buggy. Since launch, PS3 owners have been encountering difficulties that make the game not only slowdown, but unplayable. More »

The Biggest LAN Party In the World Looked Amazing

Over the weekend, Dreamhack Winter 2011-the largest LAN party in the world-went down in Sweden. Here's what it looked like.
To give you an idea of the scale of the event, over 12,000 people turned up with PCs in tow, to not only play the LAN games of their choosing but also take part in... More »

The Cutest Co-Op Play. Ever. Bar None

Two little kids work together to check out the Nintendo 3DS and melt our hearts in the process.
Nov. 24 [Monsebrak via TinyCartridge]


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Let the Xbox 720 Concepts Begin!

Now that rumours about the next Xbox console are flying thick and fast, those with an eye towards the future and a hand on their mouse are dreaming up concepts of what the next machine will look like. More »

Nintendo Barks Up New Nintendo 3DS Bundles

Today, Nintendo revealed it's releasing two new pink Nintendo 3DS bundles: one comes with nintendogs + cats: Toy Poodle and New Friends, and the other comes with nintendogs + cats: More »

The Whore of the Orient is the Next Game From LA Noire's Creator

Brendan McNamara, whose LA Noire project resulted in a good game and a shuttered studio, has ended up at the same place many of his ex-employees did: filmmaker George Miller's KMM Studios.
He's there to develop a game called Whore of the Orient, which has been described as "one of the great untold... More »

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