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It has been confirmed that Leamington Spa-based Bigbig Studios, developer of the Motorstorm: Arctic Edge, the Pursuit Force series, and the soon-to-be-released Vita launch title Little Deviants, has been closed by Sony...
Meanwhile, in the Hall of Justice, a new group of Lego-sized super beings converged to save Gotham in a family-friendly sequel...
An ad for LEGO Batman 2: Super Heroes was reportedly spotted inside kits for LEGO's upcoming Super Heroes line. It featured the Caped Crusader and a number of superhero allies, all but confirming earlier rumors that the next LEGO Batman 2 will be diving headlong into the DC Universe...
After rumors swirled and Sony was very quiet on the employment status us Ico creator Fumito Ueda, we now know the truth. The disappointing, saddening truth...
Can't wait for PlayStation Vita's February 22 release date? Well, there's good news and there's bad news: the good news is that Sony has announced a bundle for the US and Canada that will be coming out on February 15 – a full week before their new handheld will be made available to everyone else – and it comes with the system, a case, a memory card, and a game. The bad news is that, depending on where you live, you might have limited choices as to which system you get...
Only a cynical soul like He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named could resist the charms of the LEGO games. True, they're not for everyone in terms of gameplay, but come on, it's little toy people re-enacting scenes from famous movies. Adorable, right? No? See if this debut trailer for LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 does anything to melt your cold, curmudgeonly heart...
Hidetaka Suehiro, better known among Japanese fans as Swery65, has announced his next role as director of an upcoming action RPG for the PSP and PlayStation Vita. Swery65's best-known work, of course, is as the designer of cult survival horror thriller Deadly Premonition. Where do you go from that title's schizophrenia, mutilation and American Gothic horror? Something called Lord of Apocalypse sounds appropriate enough – here's the Japanese announce trailer...
Square Enix has announced two new games in development for Sony's PS Vita, in addition to the upcoming HD version of Final Fantasy X. Unveiled by studio producer Shinji Hashimoto during Sony's TGS 2011 press conference, both Lord of Apocalypse and Army Corps of Hell will be ready at launch, and look to bring a little demonic action to the forthcoming handheld…
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