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You're still busy playing your mates online every chance you get and struggling to pull yourself away from manager mode for important life events - food, showers, the birth of your first child ("I'm sure the contractions are uncomfortable, darling, but I'm this close to signing Xabi Alonso!") So why, with an almost endless amount of gameplay out of the box, would you need to add My Live Season 2.0 to FIFA 10?
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
In case you've been missing out, EA's been releasing up close and personal vids, featuring the comedy fighters of its new game, FaceBreaker. This week, we get a look at would-be femme fatale Kiriko:
Nintendo of Japan has updated its release schedule for the next few months, confirming the date for Fatal Frame IV, along with a number of titles including Wario Land Shake.
Fatal Frame IV is the latest in the series known as Project Zero in the UK and is being developed exclusively for Wii. We like that a lot.
No More Heroes creator Suda 51 is co-sharing directorship with series director Shibata Makoto and Nintendo is publishing
The first details have started to trickle in on EA Sports' FIFA 09.
US mag GamePro reports "considerable gameplay improvements," the most significant of which sounds like "increased responsiveness" from passing, dribbling and the physical pushing and shoving that occurs in a game.
Apparently thanks to some excellent and refined animation work, FIFA 09 feels "much faster and more realistic" than previous iterations, and this
A new F-Zero game for Wii will be unveiled by Nintendo at E3, currently named as F-Zero Z.
According to German website Nintendo-Planet.de, the new title will feature all the tracks of F-Zero GX and include an online mode.
More cryptically, the site also states that "a weapon system has also been confirmed". We imagine that has more to do with the Babel Fish translation missing something subtle in the language,
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