God of War 4 to Arrive September 2012

There’s nothing like taking your favorite Greek gods and killing them in the most brutal manner possible. That’s the premise of the God of War series and you would think the pantheon is running low. Who will Kratos kill next? Odin? Amon Ra? Quetzalcoatl?

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No More Heroes HD Update is PS3 Exclusive

The HD update to the first No More Heroes, originally for the Wii, will be exclusive to the PS3 in North America, according to CVG. The remake, titled No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise, was originally slated for both the PS3 and the Xbox 360.

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Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands Review

Not only was Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands my very first time playing a PoP game, but it was the first time in very long time that I  played a platformer  that required so much dexterity. To be honest I was turned off to platformers since reviewing some mediocre Sonic games and I wasn’t particularly excited about delving into this one, even though PoP is worlds apart from Sonic.

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Zelda: Skyward Sword Scheduled for “Early 2011″

Industrygamers reports that the next Zelda for the  Wii, Skyward Sword, will be released in early 2011. It has a revamped visual style compared to its predecessor, Twilight Princess, and takes advantage of the Wii Motion Plus. We just won’t see this new Zelda installment in the coveted month of November.

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RED STEEL 2 Review

Red Steel 2 is a complete overhaul of its disappointing predecessor. Presented in smoothly animated, vibrant cel-shaded graphics, it ditches the Yakuza setting for some alternate Old West inhabited by ronin, biker gangs, and near future sci-fi technology. The nameless protagonist is modeled after Clint Eastwood’s Man with No Name archetype popularized in spaghetti westerns, just a lot more ninja-like.

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NO MORE HEROES 2: DESPERATE STRUGGLE Review

Truth in advertising: A Desperate Struggle

Let’s face it: the Wii has the reputation for being the home for triple-A first party titles as well as innumerable casual games and mini-game collections. But there are Wii games that appeal to the hardcore audience; the two that immediately come to mind are the criminally overlooked Madworld and the original No More Heroes.

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The Dead Rise Again with Dead Rising 2

At least we put in some effort to look like zombies. Your Wolverine costume just looks slapped together!

Capcom announced today that the long anticipated sequel to the kill-zombies-with-anything  game Dead Rising will be released in North America on August 31 for the Xbox 360,  PlayStation 3, and PC platforms.

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EA Makes its Debut in Super Bowl XLIV

As the New Orleans Saints makes its Super Bowl debut against the Indianapolis Colts, EA makes its own debut with a 30 second spot for Dante’s Inferno. It goes without saying that this is one expensive video game commercial.

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The Forgotten Sands Announced for EVERY Platform

PRESS RELEASE:

Today Ubisoft announced that Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands™ will ship in May 2010 for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, the PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system, the Wii™ system from Nintendo, the Nintendo DSi™ and Nintendo DS™ systems, and Windows-based PC. Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands™ will expand the Prince of Persia universe with a new storyline, the introduction of new characters, and new powers over nature and time. The game takes place between Prince of Persia® The Sands of Time and Prince of Persia Warrior Within™.

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Sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum Announced

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced today that it will publish the sequel to the critically acclaimed and commercially successful Batman: Arkham Asylum. It is currently in development with Rocksteady Studios. As far as possible villains for the Dark Knight’s next outing, PlayStationLifestyle.net reports that we might confront Mr. Freeze, The Black Mask, and…Two Face!

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