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Earth Defense Force 2025 arrives in North America next month

Earth Defense Force finally has a firm release date on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in North America.

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  • Earth Defense Force 2025 arrives in North America next month

    Earth Defense Force finally has a firm release date on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in North America.

  • Adventure Time and Regular Show assets shows off both WayForward titles

    Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW!, which is coming to the US, Australia and Europe, has some screens box art and a trailer available below. It was also announced that the new Regular Show game, Mordecai and Rigby In 8-Bit Land will be a 3DS exclusive. Assets for this game are below […]

  • Earth Defence Force 2025 delayed to July

    Earth Defence Force 2025 – otherwise known as Earth Defence Force 4 – has a new July release date, according to Siliconera. The action effort had been expected in June, but has apparently been pushed back. The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 release is also headed west but has not yet been dated.

  • Earth Defence Force 2025 trailer shows off Wing Diver unit

    In Earth Defence Force 2025 you’re likely to get crushed and stomped on, but not as the elusive Wing Diver unit, which takes the fight to the skies.

  • Adventure Time available as snazzy collector’s edition

    A $40 collector’s edition for Adventure Time has turned up on GameStop, sporting a sword-shaped stylus, poster, art book and steelbook packagaing. Naturally you’re all over that, and thankfully, the retailer told Joystiq the package isn’t exclusive to GameStop, so check with your local store before accepting the $30 standard edition. WayForward’s DS and 3DS […]

  • Pid release secured through D3 Publisher

    D3 Publisher has stepped in to help out with the Xbox Live Arcade launch of indie platformer Pid. Celebrate this news with a trailer through the break.

  • Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad hits console networks in June

    Reverb and D3 have dropped a June 27 release date on Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad, which was announced earlier this month.

  • Play outs Onechanbara 2, D3 Publisher says there is nothing to announce

    Play.com has listed Onechanbara 2, the bikini zombie slayer game, and it has the game down for a February 2012 release.

  • White Knight Chronicles II to sport international servers

    European and US players will share international servers when White Knight Chronicles II launches in North America next week.

  • Bangai-O HD trailer shows usual over the top mental gameplay

    D3′s released a new trailer of Bangai-O HD: Missile Fury, showing off the over the top action the series has been renown for. Having first started out on Nintendo 64, the HD release will include 100 levels, a level editor and more. Watch the trailer through the break, via GSW.

  • Bangai-O XBLA video has explosions aplenty

    D3′s released a new video showing off Bangai-O HD: Missile Fury, the mental HD redux of the over-the-top multidirectional shooter. It has bullets.

  • Gods Eater Burst details include corpse eating and customisable bullets

    Gods Eater Burst – the more attentive among you may notice the “English” title has gained a significant plural – is one of those hunter-type PSP games, viewed through a veil of apparent madness. Siliconera got their hands on the localisation and dragged out a pile of new gameplay info.

  • Puzzle Quest 2 confirmed for 360 and DS next spring

    D3′s press released Puzzle Quest 2, confirming the sequel for 360 and DS only. The game will feature four classes – War Mage, Inquisitor, Barbarian or Assassin – and will task you with reclaiming “the once peaceful village of Verloren from the evil clutch of the demon Gorgon”. Amazing scenes. It’s out next spring. PR […]

  • Matt Hazard returns (again) in “Blood Bath and Beyond”

    Matt Hazard, the larger than life personality that powered parody shooter Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard, is shrinking down and making the jump to PSN and XBLA. This time, though, instead of yuckin’ it up to the tune of Gears of War, Hazard’s bringing his signature brand of humor to the realm of […]

  • Astro Boy: The Video Game releasing with movie in October

    D3Publisher will bring Imagi Studios’ CG-animated movie adaptation Astro Boy: The Video Game to consoles and handhelds this October, to coincide with the release of the film. Fans of the classic manga and anime series can choose between DS, PS2, PSP and Wii versions, as you become a young boy robot with incredible powers shouting […]

  • Flock! and Puzzle Quest: Galactrix up on Live

    Both Flock! and Puzzle Quest: Galactrix have been released on Xbox Live, costing 1,200 and 1,600 MS Points respectively. Flock! looks awesome. So probably buy that. More here and here.

  • Demo of Puzzle Quest for iPhone hitting next week; Chapter 2 is free

    A free version of Puzzle Quest will be hitting iPhone and iPod Touch’s App Store next week. Also, Chapter 2 of the iPhone Puzzle Quest trilogy will be free to owners of Chapter 1, and will include 20 more hours of gameplay when it goes live in the next week or two. If you like […]

  • Report: Namco moves to buy D3

    Namco has reached agreements to acquire 70 percent of D3′s shares, according to this Andriasang report. The news apparently comes from a press release. Namco hopes to acquire the full 100 percent of shares, at a price of 62,000 yen. D3 will be turned into a wholly-owned Namco subsidiary. Other detail from the press release […]

  • D3 hints at more DLC in the future for Bikini Samurai Squad

    D3 Publisher will unleash its Japanese hack-and-slash Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad on an unsuspecting American public tomorrow via the Xbox 360. The 360 version takes place before the Wii version, Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers, and while both stories feature Aya and Saki battling zombies, more is planned for the Xbox 360 outing further down the […]

  • Interview: Brian Etheridge on Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard

    Videogaming247 has sat down with Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard lead producer, Brian Etheridge. We asked him what makes Eat Lead unique, the trials and tribulations of development, and all kinds of interviewy things like that. He even reveals that the game will be released in March for 360 and PS3. You can […]

  • Three new Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard movies and loads of pretty pictures to look at

    D3Publishing has released a ton of new media for its spoof-action hero shooter, Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard. Vicious Cycle Software’s Matt Hazard is a fictional video game character from the 80′s who is now making a comeback six years after his last game. The three videos that show some old and new […]

  • Puzzle Quest: Galactrix demo Flashed for free

    D3′s stuck up a decent Flash demo of the upcoming Puzzle Quest: Galactrix here, featuring a two-player puzzle-off against an NPC. The futuristic sequel to the stupidly popular Puzzle Quest features a robotic woman saying things like, “Supernova,” as well as the opportunity to laser opponents. Because you’re in space, obviously. The game itself releases […]

  • Ben 10 sells 2.5 million worldwide

    D3′s announced that Ben 10: Protector of the Earth has sold 2.5 million units worldwide. The multiplatform game, now selling for $19, launched just over a year ago on October 30, 2007. It was the first Ben 10 interactive game, and is available for Wii, PS2, DS and PSP. D3P released a follow-up on October […]

  • Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard – First look, movie, screens

    IGN’s posted up first impressions, a video and screens of D3′s Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard. The game centres on a gaming character who was the first to “do” 3D, who’s making a comeback and gets involved in a conspiracy. It’s a comedy shooter, basically, set in a virtual world. We actually saw […]

  • Will Arnett and Neil Patrick Harris to voice The Return of Matt Hazard

    Nope, we’ve never heard of them either. Apparently Will Arnett been in Arrested Development and 30 Rock. Neil Patrick Harris is currently in How I Met Your Mother. Don’t know what that is. Both are going to voice Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard, the upcoming action thing from D3. Press release after the […]

  • D3 announces Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard

    D3 announced Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard for 360 and PS3 today, to release in the first quarter of next year. The a third-person shooting comedy. As you do. “Eat Lead parodies some of our fondest memories in classic gaming and pop culture, so gamers will have a laugh out loud experience every […]

  • Puzzle Quest launch on PSN this year

    According to this Shacknews story, D3′s to release XBLA favourite Puzzle Quest and its expansion, Revenge of the Plague Lord, on PSN later this year. PS3 is the last major console to receive the game: PC, PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, Wii, DS and PSP all have versions. A sci-fi sequel, Puzzle Quest: Galactrix, releases for […]

  • D3 resurrecting PSP “classics” on PlayStation Store

    D3Publisher sends word that six of its best and brightest are making the jump from UMD to PC PlayStation Store. The games are: Cube ($9.99) Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords ($14.99) WTF: work time fun ($9.99) PQ: Practical Intelligence Quotient ($9.99) PQ2: Practical Intelligence Quotient 2 ($14.99) Dead Head Fred ($14.99) The first two […]

  • D3 announces “solid” E3 line-up

    It’s all happening. Shaun the Sheep! Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers! Both at E3 thanks to D3 Publishing. In addition visitors to the company at the show will get their hands on Bangai-O Spirits, Naruto: Path of the Ninja 2, BEN 10: ALIEN FORCE The Game (?), Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2 and Puzzle Quest: […]

  • Dark Sector gets Oz release following cuts

    As you can see on the OFLC’s site, D3′s Dark Sector’s received a 15 rating in Australia following cuts made to the action title. The game was denied release in Australia in February as it contained, according to the ratings body, “violence that is high in impact and is therefore unsuitable for persons aged under […]