Rage isn't just a shooter. Or a driver. Or a shooting driver. Or a sorta action game. Or a sorta role-playing game. It's also a post-apocalyptic game closet: A place where you can go to spend hours soaking in future Earth's take on card, music and dice games. Oh! And even play a little finger filet.
The Killzone card game is not official. A fan made it, and now you can play it.
The last place I expected to discover a fully-realized online trading card game, complete with duelist animations, experience point rankings, and animated dueling effects, was the virtual world of Second Life.
Sony Online Entertainment announced the release of the fourth EverQuest: Legends of Norrath set, Oathbreaker, which completes the story arc that began in LoN's Oathbound, providing a "dramatic finale" for characters.
Atlus announced it's bringing a refurbed version of card-based strategy RPG Yggdra Union, originally released on GBA, to PSP on September 16th. According to the publisher, this version remasters the visuals and audio, adds voice dialogue in Japanese and English, plus the all-important widescreen aspect ratio.