Archive for April, 2011

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From userxsandy2005 comes a nifty gaming peripheral called the Belkin N52te Speed Pad. Doesn’t it look like something out of the movie ‘I,Robot‘, what with its glowing blue lights and all? I wonder how big the instruction manual for it is. More »


The Royal Wedding may be over, but the craze surrounding it hasn’t. And what better way to celebrate the Wedding than to play a game based on it? Oh wait, that would be a little boring, right? After all, how would you base a game on the Royal Wedding? But no sweat, try a Royal Wedding with a surprise visit from zombies. More »


Run your own nightclub now with this Tiny Nightclub app! Design your place and manage to attract customers and make them happy by selling drinks and turning up the music as they disco on the dance floor. More »


Civilization 5 gamers, mark your calendars for May 3. The game will receive two new additions to its gameplay: Vikings and Explorers Map Pack. More »


John Rau, South Australian Attorney-General, has taken the R18+ for games issue into his own hands. He declared that his state will introduce the adult rating, with no bearing on the decision made by other states and territories at the Standing Committee of Attorneys-General in July. More »


Thanks to the PSN outage, Sony has been scrambling to fix its services and hopefully get some of it back up and running by May 3rd. They want to ensure that operations are only restored when the network is secure. More »


Dynasty Warriors 7 gamers, prepare yourselves. There will be new costume choices for your characters in the game! Company Tecmo Koei has announced that it will be releasing some new DLC (downloadable content) for the game in early May. More »


The FBI have just confirmed that they are looking into the security breach that brought the PlayStation Network down, exposing millions of users to personal data to cybercriminals. It’s been quite a struggle as well. More »


Remember those Xbox 360 consoles that were banned (along with the users who used them) a while back? Well, apparently, they have been unbanned. Kind of. More »


Here’s a piece of advice for gamers who want to purchase Zelda: Ocarina of Time on 3DS: PRE-ORDER it. Why? Because the Shinobi blog, a trusted source for retail leaks, has speculated that the first shipment for this upcoming new game release will be “extremely small.” Nintendo did not allow retailers to place orders for it, and each retailer, no matter what size, will all be receiving small allotments. More »


Amazon is trying to grab your attention by making a game a free game download each day for the next ten days. And the honor of kicking off the festivities is given to Chicken Invaders 2. More »


Telltale Games have just announced that Jurassic Park’s game revival will come to the Xbox 360 as a retail disc containing the full series of episodes. They’ve recently published retail versions of some of its PC and Mac episodic downloads, like Sam & Max: The Devil’s Playhouse and Tales of Monkey Island. More »


Redbox is known as one of the biggest movie rental services out there today. After seeing success with its movie rentals, though, the service has decided to branch out into the gaming industry. Starting June 17th, it will officially offer videogames that can be rented for $2 each day rented. More »


When news broke out about the Wii 2, there were many people who were worried about Nintendo switching to buttonless-tablets and remotes. But boss Satoru Iwata has put to rest those rumors, saying that Nintendo will be keeping its original gaming input for the Wii 2. More »


Namco Bandai have shocked the gaming world, literally. This latest countdown clock from them is just stupid. It features a candle and gently turning book pages. However, despite the pointlessness in it, you could turn that around, and take it rather soothingly. More »


From Girlybubble: Today’s Plushie of the Day, courtesy of keyblade77, features a pair of Pikachu and Domo-kun plushies! These two plushies are even sporting some glasses to I guess look smarter? The glasses aren’t able to hide their cuteness factors though! More »


The engine used for making Crysis 2, CryEngine 3 will release a free SDK in August later this year. According to CEO Cevat Yerli, the release will be free and complete, saying that it is the same engine they use internally, the one the powers Crysis 2. Also in the buddle will include documentation, code samples, and example assets. More »


With the Escalation map pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops coming soon, there’s a been a new gameplay footage released for it. The video shows off two of the DLC pack’s four combative multiplayer maps, Convoy and Stockpile. The DLC will be releasing next tuesday, May 3rd, on Xbox live, so be sure to check out the exciting preview below! More »


There’s a new king on top as Pokemon Co surged into the first place for Japanese software sales with its newest game, Battle & Get! Pokemon Typing DS. Imagine that! More »


Microsoft finally seems to be doing something well. At least, in terms of the gaming department. According to the company’s latest earnings report, the Xbox 360 has been doing remarkably well. More »


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