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As part of its Tokyo Game Show presence Sony has produced a set of new screens for all of its forthcoming titles.
Oct 18, 2007
According to the Entertainment Software Association's 2006 report, 38 percent of gamers are females. These numbers are down from 2005, when the fairer sex reportedly accounted for 43 percent of the pie.
It seems that gaming continues to be a mostly male affair, so what's the best way to penetrate this demographic? Judging by the sex-filled ads we've seen over the years, it looks like the best way to a young man's wallet has - and always will be - through his pants. Read on and
Aaron Rigby, producer on the upcoming Jackass game, has given a short Q&A that touches on what we can expect from the PS2 and PSP bone-breaker.
Where did the inspiration come from for the game?
Aaron Rigby: The original series was the biggest inspiration. It was just crazy and creative. The way the Jackass crew had the show set up gave us the opportunity to draw from a huge amount of stunts.
Is the game based in actual sketches or are they completely new?
Rigby: Nearly every stunt is
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In the six years since Grand Theft Auto III, a slew of games have tried to become "the next GTA," but so