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It's 2K12, and a Christmas miracle saw the NBA returning just in time to usher in the new year. To mark the transition into NBA 2K12's namesake year, 2K Sports has released this clip welcoming players on both sides of the screen...
EA has announced an October 18 download date for the Need for Speed: The Run demo. The demo will allow players to preview some of the game's desert section, with the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 Valentino Balboni available for test driving. Similar to past EA promotions, there's also the chance to unlock further vehicles in the retail version of the game if you can rope some other players into taking the demo for a spin…
Gamers love to get nostalgic for old games. But the danger of going back to the games we used to play as kids (if you were playing games in the early 80s, that is) is the inevitable crushing reality that they just aren't as good as we remember them. Often they're straight up pony. It hurts. But it's the actual crap truth about old games from the Stupid Ages. It's not funny. Only this video does actually make it funny.
Sometimes, we love our jobs. Forget the free games and attractive jarnalist dental plans. Occasionally, a story just comes along and makes you realise what a wonderful world of entertaining interactive products we exist in. So, it’s with great joy we present a Japanese Sega title that makes a game out of taking a piss in a public toilet.
See? I wasn't mad. Now I've got pictorial evidence of a T-shirt that someone else has made, telling you exactly what I've been saying for ages. You must play the Sega Saturn. True, it's actually a translation of Segata Sanshiro's famous "Sega Satan shiro!" catchphrase from the '90s Saturn adverts in Japan and therefore a pleasant yet ironic retro throwback, but I don't care, it's validation enough for me. Check it out, then find out why you (probably) should care inside.
You know when games journalists and developers start dusting off their moth eaten suits that it must be awards time. And there’s no bigger ceremony than October’s Golden Joysticks. Over half a million votes have already been registered, with some lucky gamers winning big prizes in the process, such as the 500,000th voter Mark Melia, who bagged himself a £700 Sony Bravia TV.
You can go to Golden Joystick.com now to reward the games you love with your votes and give yourself a chance to win some ace prizes.
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