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If you preordered Batman: Arkham City from the right place, you’ve been enjoying the companionship of Bat’s constant chum for weeks, but everyone else has been missing out on the Robin action. Today ends the Boy Wonder embargo, as players can now get their hands on a playable Robin, plus a couple new challenge maps to try him out on. Check him out in this new trailer above...
The yearly Jump Festa convention in Japan is a celebration all things nerd culture, with anime, gaming, and manga taking the spotlight. Surprisingly, Nintendo's Pokemon have never made a showing, despite fitting nicely into all three of those categories. This year, however, Nintendo will be bringing their pocket monsters to to the show. While we don't know what the reasoning, there's been a promise of "surprising information" that has us exceptionally excited...
Arcade icon and Atari alumnus Ed Logg has been pegged to receive The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) 2012 Pioneer Award during the organization's 15th Annual Interactive Awards next February.
Logg is widely regarded as one of founder fathers of video gaming, having co-developed well known coin-op games for Atari such as Asteroids, Super Breakout, Centipede, and Gauntlet back in late '70s and early '80s. Logg also dabbled in the home console field, writing code for Tengen's version of Tetris for the NES, and later working on Wayne Gretzky 3D Hockey and San Francisco Rush for the N64...
An anonymous source claiming to be placed within EA says the company is lobbying hard to make its Origin digital-distribution platform a key component of the Wii U's online experience, reports Wii U Go. We're just going to leave you to take the matter with as many grains of salt as you see fit – – though stranger things have happened...
The 3DS‘s future looks rosier every day, with major releases and positive sales news from Japan. Now Nintendo of America released its own positive update on the platform after receiving sales data for this past October. The 3DS (along with the Wii and DS) had a good month, with 3DS selling 250,000 units, the Wii moving 250K also, and the DS clearing 180K. But the most interesting takeaway from this data: the 3DS is poised to sell more systems in its first year than the DS did...
Tecmo Koei was one of several third parties showing early support for Nintendo’s next piece of hardware, Wii U. Ninja Gaiden 3 was one of the first non-Nintendo games shown for the system and now we know it’ll be some of the first games on sale for it too. The publisher confirmed Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge will launch with the hardware, along with revealing the planned month of release for the other versions as well...
You may have missed this, but basically every single game that matters is launching this month. And we’ve given out so many glowing reviews, we don’t blame you for wanting to jump in a midnight launch line immediately. But wait! You’re obviously forgetting the magical 24-hour period known as Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving when everything is on sale and people are trampled for a $99 HD TV. Today Best Buy’s Black Friday ad has leaked weeks ahead of time and includes some crazy deals that might cause you to delay some purchases.
Nintendo has announced the next city to host its Legend of Zelda concert series. The Symphony of the Goddesses tour, as the series' 2012 leg will be entitled, will kick off in the home of AT&T, Dealey Plaza and the NFL's richest team. That is to say, Dallas residents will be eligible to hear their Symphony Orchestra play music from the Zelda games come January of next year...
Since Americans first purchased televisions, watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade has been as central to the holiday as turkey or arguing with your politically opposed family members. Games have been part of the celebration since 1993 when Sonic the Hedgehog became the first videogame character to have his own float in the parade. Now Sonic returns to the parade just in time for his 20th Anniversary, and for those that make a stink about the Modern Sonic/Classic Sonic distinction in Generations, this balloon reflects the green-eyed Sonic we’ve known since 1999.
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