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Extra extra! Hot off the presses, we’ve got the NPDs for the month of March, namely the stats on the top ten best selling games of the month and what all the consoles sold in the US as well. Looking at the list, we realize that March was a crazy month for game releases; it arguably had more AAA titles than last November.
Hello! Welcome to the first official "Best of CheatPlanet" update. We’ll be posting some of the best cheats, FAQs, and hints of the week from CheatPlanet so you can tear through your games ASAP. Who knows, submit something good and we just might list it here, giving a hearty +1 to your internet infamy! Submit something really great and we might even reward you with
crap lying around the office great prizes!
GameInformer's continuing series of Portal 2 exclusives just revealed new concept art of Portal's heroine, Chell, as well as an extended interview with Valve's Matt Charlesworth about the team's decisions. According to Charlesworth, Valve's main goal is to make everything "look 10 times better than the first Portal." A new Source engine might facilitate that best (just saying), but ignoring that thought, the concept art is fully exciting.
Today we received soap on a rope, and a note announcing that Prison Break: The Conspiracy "drops" March 30th. The note reads, "Grab your ankles and wash away the taint of everyday life." Clever, an anal rape joke.
Valve has continued their trend of cute, ARG-style announcements by revealing that Portal 2 will be shown at E3 with a GLaDOS-themed blue screen of death at the Game Developer's Choice Awards.
Snooty musicians, luddites, and haters the world over: Shut the hell up. Newcomers, Seven45 are flipping a defiant middle finger to all of those cranky rock dinosaurs slamming guitar games for being child’s play, and they’re doing it by means we all knew were inevitable - but once thought to be impossible. You guessed it: The controller is a REAL GUITAR.
Abe Lincoln. Charles Darwin. Edge. Between them they’ve mastered the realms of politics, science and writing about overweight Italian plumbers. And, more importantly than any of that, they’re now all 200. Yep, the long-running and respected games mag has just reached its 200th issue, celebrating the landmark event by publishing 200 unique covers.
So if you’re mad for Master Chief, delirious over Deus Ex or want to dip
Reckon you're pretty good at PES 2009? Then chances are you're already signed up to PES Rankings - the global online scoreboard for PES players. If not, sign up now! Why? Because you'll then be eligible to enter a sweet-looking tournament event in Coventry, England, on April 5.
Yup, forget the game's superb online play for the moment, this is a proper face-to-face encounter with the top PES players in the
Crikey, is it that time again already? The next annual PES instalment starts teasing us with its screenshots as from today and we have to admit they've got us very excited
Valve has put out a job advertisement for a voice over role in Portal 2, which amazingly gives up some spoilerific info on the game's plot. Read no further if you don't want to spoil things for yourself. The casting is for character Cave Johnson - the boss of Aperture (the company that developed the Portal Gun) who, according to the plot of the first game and the real-world Aperture science website, is dead.