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  • Call of Duty: Ghosts footage surfaces, shows guns, characters & locales

    Call of Duty: Ghosts developer Infinity Ward has given its shooter the Vine treatment in a short clip showing off some early footage. The game will be shown at Microsoft’s Xbox 720 reveal tomorrow night.

  • Batman: Arkham Origins casts Kevin Conroy as Batman

    Good news everyone! Whilst you may be reading this in the voice of Professor Farnsworth, word has filtered through that Kevin Conroy will be continue his role as voice actor for Batman in Batman: Arkham Origins.

  • Bioshock Infinite on sale, all platforms, one day only

    Seems that Amazon is having a One Day Sale that may interest more than a few of us. You can grab up to a 42% discount on Bioshock Infinite but you will have to hurry.

  • A long time coming for a remastered HD DuckTales

    As we get closer and closer to release of a fully HD remastering of the classic DuckTales game, word comes in from Christian Svensson about how long it has taken to get the project off the ground and voice acting.

  • And now, you can put an Australian town in your pocket

    And in news from Over The Pond, the Australian Bureau of Statistics have created an iOS game that brings together the city simulator genre with actual Census data. Who needs to control a mythical town, when you can control an actual town mythically?!

  • Infinite possibilities for an Xbox Christmas

    Whilst not confirmed, the not-so-subtle hints coming from Microsoft’s Aaron Greenberg do indicate a very interesting Christmas for us all. Will both Sony and Microsoft be trying to muscle in on your holiday list?

  • Play Batman: Arkham Origins as Deathstroke? Yes, Please!

    In an interesting twist of marketing, not only will Deathstroke be a key villain in Batman: Arkham Origins .. you will have the opportunity to experience the game from behind his mask via pre-order DLC.

  • CastAR brings a new angle to Computer Assisted Reality

    There was much gnashing of teeth from the gaming community when Valve recently let go of 25 employees. From those ashes, Jeri Ellsworth and Rick Johnson have since moved on, and with Gabe’s blessing, retained ownership of their work and now continue their passionate dream of bringing Augmented Reality to the world.

  • Are you ready for Guilty Gear Xrd?

    As revealed in a bright and flashy new video, Arc System Works are hard at work developing Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-. With metal music a’rocking and pushing the power of the Unreal Engine, the game-play certainly looks to be an excellent continuation of their fighting classic.

  • NPD October: More Sports, Less Profit

    The NPD Group has released their October US retail report, with yet another and rather significant Year-On-Year decline in overall sales.

  • Aliens vs Marines mod for CryEngine? Yes please!

    There’s little doubt about just how good the CryEngine can look, so when a lone modder starts bringing the paranoia inducing setting into that engine, it’s best you sit up and take notice.

  • Monster Hunter 4's Naguri Village And Goa Magara In Screenshots

    According to Capcom, Monster Hunting is a serious business and these latest screenshots go to show just how “hot” things are going to get.

  • Details for Tales of Xillia 2 DLC now released

    From the rarely heard from “Hat DLC That Isn’t From Team Fortress” Department, comes details for up coming addons for Namco Bandai’s Tales of Xillia 2.

  • Outernauts to ditch viral gimmickry for gameplay

    Making the conceptual shift from console action games to the social casual scene isn’t as easy as many think. Insomniac talks about their growing pains as they further refine their online title Outernauts.

  • Borderlands 2 coming to the Mac

    In yet further proof that the Mac is ready and able to get its game well and truly on, Gearbox and Aspyr have teamed up to bring the skragalistic lootfest that is Borderlands 2 to the land of Apples.

  • A Closer Look at The Elder Scrolls Online

    The development team on The Elder Scrolls Online have released a documentary-style introduction to their upcoming MMO, and it looks as excellent as we were both hoping and expecting. You have have already seen the video, but let’s take a closer look and give it some analysis.

  • Raid mechanics and story outlined for Secret World

    Graeme Lennon has announced some rather interesting details planned for the first raid to be implemented into the (somewhat awesome) MMO, The Secret World.

  • Johann Sebastian Joust invites his Sportsfriends to PS3 and PC

    I can see the elevator pitch now, “The game is akin to trying to knock other players ice-cream cones to the ground, whilst protecting your own ice-cream cone, all to classical music that sped up and slowed down!”. Sounds crazy, but not only does it work, it’s been beloved by many who have played it […]

  • Thief Gold sneaks its way onto GOG

    Released back in 1998, Thief: The Dark Project defined itself as a definitive first person stealther. Today, old fans and those new to the scene can enjoy that excellence thanks to GOG.com.

  • February brings Radio Wave People into Augmented Reality for 3DS

    Genius Sonority, the makers of very popular Pokémon Colosseum, is returning to the RPG scene with a fresh new take utilising the handheld’s augmented reality features.