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It's almost time for 2010's Tokyo Game Show, and with it will come hordes of eager gamers and otaku ready to throw their money at piles of limited-edition merchandise. So not only will exhibitors bring their hottest new games and announcements, they'll also show up with all manner of licensed goodies, some of which are only available for purchase at the show itself. Here's an overview of the best swag to emerge so far...
You know, we’ve always thought that Easter was kind of a bunk holiday. Sure it’s the highest of the high feasts for some of the world’s biggest religions, but the fact that there’s some sort of bunny that only gives you candy and eggs in a basket means that it can’t really be that big a deal, knowhatahmsayin? Leave it to Just Add Water, then, so give us an Easter gift we’ve really been waiting for: an HD remake of Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath for PlayStation 3...
Chances are, if Hollywood ever get round to making a Half-Life movie, it'll be rubbish. Hell, we'll probably have to make do with Matthew Maconahay shoved into a pair of specs and Paris Hilton as the 'believably' brainy Ms. Vance. Thankfully, an enterprising deviantART poster called agentscarlet has envisioned a Half-Life 2: Episode Two movie in incredible poster form...
Was the ‘Veteran’ setting on Modern Warfare 2 too easy for you? Do you want a military shooter experience that plays less like a Michael Bay movie and more like … a military shooter experience? Then lock and load, because Operation Flashpoint: Red River has just been announced for the PC, Xbox 360, and PS3...
We reported earlier today the list of confirmed (and unconfirmed) games that are scheduled to appear at E3 2010. Just a few moments after that story went live, Capcom sent along its own email blast containing its entire lineup, plus the promise of other games to be announced during next week's media onslaught.
Full list inside!
Unless you work in a kitten factory, then I seriously doubt you're going to see anything that's more awwwwwwdorable than this collection of Capcom characters. Yes, baby panda, they're even cuter than you.
Codemasters' elusive war sequel, Operation Flashpoint 2, has reared its head and is looking rather stunning in the pages of the latest PC Gamer UK, on shelves now. PC Gamer calls Codies' war zone "the most mind-bogglingly vast and mercilessly realistic battlefield gaming has ever known," which couldn't be higher praise if they tried, really.
"Operation Flashpoint 2: Dragon Rising is the sequel to the best soldier sim ever
David and Richard Darling, co-founders of Codemasters, were both made Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE), which sounds like a real-time strategy Harry Potter game.
We've been big fans of Codemasters since the days of Dizzy and Brain Ache, but the UK firm is better known for ultra-realistic racing games these days and Lord of the Rings Online. The Darlings literally went from bedroom coders to business superstars, and
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