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Resident Evil and Vanquish creator Shinji Mikami's studio, Tango Gameworks, announced today that it has been acquired by Bethesda parent company ZeniMax, and will now develop games published under the Bethesda label...
Care to see why Vanquish is one of the games GR is most looking forward to? We’ve spent plenty of time gleefully singing the praises of Platinum Games’ ballsout Japanese take on the third-person shooter genre, and you’ll start to understand why after peeping the below video, which highlights the enemies you’ll be massacring in the game into a minute and change of pure sizzle...
Madden, Mafia II, Mario: US sales in August were dominated by the letter M. NPD group, the foremost collective when it comes to US gaming fiscal news and starting forum wars, released their list of console and games retail data...
For those of us lagging behind the curve when it comes to gaming in high definition, the trend for using ridiculously tiny text in games is a curse. As font sizes shrink, the more SDTV owners have to strain their eyes. It's a cruel punishment for being slow adopters of superior televisuals. But, my persecuted standard definition television owning friends, all hope is not lost...
Sega has recently announced that the demo for Vanquish is now available for download on Xbox LIVE and the PlayStation Network. Titled ‘Velocity Attack,’ the demo features one level and two difficulty settings to choose from, giving players a taste of the bullet laden ballad we’ve been raving about since our latest hands-on preview...
A symbiotic gun, giant boss fights, a futuristic war between the US and Russia set on a space station, and the return of a character that smokes cigarettes?! The latest joint venture between Sega and Platinum Games is sweet, beautiful madness...
It’s no secret that Sega has been trying to crack the hardcore market with titles, like Bayonetta, Aliens vs. Predator, and Alpha Protocol. In an epic interview with CVG, Sega West CEO Mike Hayes gives a refreshingly candid update on Sega’s plans for the future, talking up Vanquish and hinting at two big unannounced titles for 2011 and 2012…
Sega didn't announce any new games at E3 this year, and instead opted to show off its current lineup, including Sonic Colors, Shogun 2, and Vanquish. But there's more brewing - Mike Hayes, Sega's Western President, told CVG that the publisher will be announcing two "big games" which will cover the same "360/PS3 core game slot" as Vanquish. The mystery games will be released in 2011 and 2012...
An article on CVG today noted SSFIV developer's Yoshinori Ono recent tweet about his new project, claiming that “SuperSF4 is nothing compared to what's coming!!”, a bold claim to say the least. What could Ono possibly be working on that could dwarf SSFIV? All signs point to a Darkstalkers reboot...
Shinji Mikami's sci-fi shooter shifts like its got a rocket up its ass. Which means it looks way faster than your usual cover-shooter.