Capcom has resurrected its DS adventure
game Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective for iOS gadgets, giving iPhone,
iPod, and iPad gamers a chance to rediscover Shu Takumi's so-called
spiritual successor to the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney franchise...
Epic Games has come out in opposition to the Stop Online Piracy Act, reaffirming its membership within the Entertainment Software Association while distancing itself from the Association's support for the controversial legislation...
It's time for your semi-regular Monday catch-up video, giving you all
the news stories you need to know about from the weekend's happenings -
and all in handy 60-second chunks. However, today our regular filming
room was in use, so we had to settle for a comfy leather sofa instead.
Sounds great in theory, but we probably won't be using that again in any
particular hurry. Anyway, today's topics include: Gears of War 3's
Chicken Gun, the same game's triumph over multi-format F1 2011 in the UK
charts, new details on the Mass Effect movie and very bad news for
casual game company Zynga.
Not a lot of great trailers this week, but the one’s that were awesome were REALLY AWESOME. Most notably, the Crysis 2’s launch trailer, which is where we stole the song “New York, New York” by B.o.B. Find all of the trailers showcased below in their entirety…
The producer of the latest Golden Sun DS game says he's interested in the 3DS, but just like nearly everyone else in the industry, he's keeping any potential projects for the new Nintendo handheld shrouded in mystery...
It may seem pointless to award honors to a bunch of unreleased games, but the tradition at least offers an easy-to-digest E3 hype gauge. Nintendo's 3DS won Best Hardware and Best of Show, and based on our time with it, the awards are deserved. But since we love to play devil's advocate, we'll point out that the Wii won Best of Show in 2006, and you know how much we love it now...
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