Monthly Archive: June 2013

Girl Fight still in development for XBLA, PSN – New media, details released

Remember Microprose and Majesco’s somewhat questionable-sounding 3D digital fighter by the name of Girl Fight? Well it’s still in development.

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2K’s WWE 2K14 Cover Contest has fans create their own alt cover art

Think you can do a better job designing the cover for 2K Sports’ upcoming WWE 2K14 than 2K’s designers? Well, here’s your chance to prove it.

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Project Spark beta sign-ups begin for Xbox One, Windows 8

One of the more interesting and exciting reveals at the Xbox E3 conference was Project Spark, and today you can sign-up to beta test the Xbox One and Windows 8 “open-world digital canvas”.

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Mountain Crime: Requital review for PSN, PC

Here’s something I never thought I’d say about a hidden object game: Mountain Crime: Requital’s biggest problem is that it may be a little too ambitious.

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Dragon Ball Z Battle of Z fighting onto Xbox 360, PS3, PS Vita

Namco Bandai today revealed Dragon Ball Z Battle of Z, an epic new Dragon Ball Z brawler for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PS Vita. Check it out.

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PS4 and Xbox One drive record breaking Amazon pre-orders last week

There is apparently quite a bit of pent up demand for the next generation of videogames to begin.

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Quell Memento review for PS Vita

I’m not sure what’s more noteworthy about Quell Memento: how addictive it is, or how relaxing it is.

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Remember Me review for PC

Voted “Game Most Likely Forgotten” this generation. Does that mean it’s worth ignoring?

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Thief also sneaking onto Xbox 360 and PS3

Bummed that Square Enix and Eidos’ reboot of Thief would not be hitting the current generation of consoles? Well sulk no more.

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Nintendo Download Update – New Super Luigi U, Game & Wario, Project X Zone

Nintendo’s eShop update is packed with goodies this week, from New Super Luigi U and Game & Wario for the WIi U to Project X Zone and LEGO Legends of Chima for the 3DS. Read on.

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Microsoft officially backtracks on most Xbox One DRM policies [Update: official statement]

After taking a beating because of the draconian Xbox One DRM policies revealed over the past couple of weeks, Microsoft has decided to change things up a bit.

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There’s definitely going to be DLC for The Bureau: XCOM Declassified

The Bureau: XCOM Declassified releases on August 20th, and 2K Games has some plans in store for add-on content. Also, check out some new gameplay footage with the “Battle Focus” trailer.

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Vengeance DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 hits Xbox Live July 2nd

Vengeance is coming for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, hitting Xbox Live on July 2nd. Check out the preview trailer detailing all the new multiplayer and zombie additions.

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Xbox Live Arcade Update – Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara

Capcom’s duo of classic D&D arcade beat-em-ups finally hits XBLA complete with enhanced visuals, online co-op play for 4 players, and a bunch of extras.

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Disney app for Xbox 360 now available

Can’t get enough Disney content? Well here’s yet another Xbox 360 entertainment option to keep you busy.

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PlayStation Store Update – D&D: Chronicles of Mystara, Storm, Jak and Daxter Collection Vita

Capcom has finally released the enhanced Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara compilation for the PS3 and the Vita nabs Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two and the Jak and Daxter Collection for this week. Read on.

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Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara review for PSN, PC, XBLA, Wii U

This two game compilation of one of the best 2D beat ’em up series from the 90’s has been given all the care and attention that classic retro ports should.

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