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Halloween isn't just all about costumes and candy, it's also about spooky game add-ons filled with zombies, pumpkins… or both! Check out some of the Halloween themed trailers and screens that were released today…
Sega has announced sale prices on nine titles across PlayStation Network and Xbox Live, offering cheap retro reissues of some solid classics and newer titles alike. PSN fans get their discounts immediately, whereas XBLA subscribers have to wait a week. Knowing what happens when XBLA players get impatient (namecalling, griefing, possibly the Apocalypse), 2K's stepped in with some bargain content available right now...
Microsoft has released its list of the most popular Xbox Live games of 2011, and you'll never guess which franchise made it to the top. Unless you guessed Call of Duty; in which case, you're pretty much dead on...
After listening to what was called an “exciting” earnings call by someone who’s listened to far more than I have, a few interesting facts can be gleaned from Take-Two’s second quarter earnings call to investors (and media obviously). After the publisher crowed about just how awesome Red Dead Redemption is doing in sales and critical response, they mentioned the biggest downer of the call, which was Max Payne 3 being delayed again, this time out of fiscal 2010. For non-business smarty-pants, this means sometime after October 31, 2010. Whether that results in it being a big November title or if it’s going to slip into 2011, they wouldn’t go into any more details, but don’t expect to touch this one any time soon...
Today, Microsoft will do their best to impress, showing off the latest from the most highly anticipated titles for the Xbox 360 – and GamesRadar will be there bringing you the latest on Halo: Reach, Fable III, Alan Wake, Crackdown 2, and more. Keep checking this page, because we’ll be updating it with the latest screenshots, videos, and early impressions as the event goes on.Halo: ReachMore details coming soon. Fable IIIMore
Looks like the week before Halloween is becoming a week for scary sales, with multiple price cuts at retailers happening, including a worthwhile Amazon sale. Now Microsoft is joining in on the chilling price drops with its Shocktober promotion, which this week includes multiple price cuts on some of the best spooky content on Xbox Live. Games like Dead Rising and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night are just some of this week’s deals...
We've heard through the grapevine that there's a big XBLA sale planned for next week, including all of last year's Summer of Arcade games. Not surprisingly the deals are only for Xbox Live Gold members. Check the full sale list here in the article.
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