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Warner Brothers Interactive officially announced what has been rumored for almost a year. Lego Harry Potter is in the works and will span the story of the first four films. You’ll have the ability to play as Harry, Ron, and Hermione and “attend classes, learn spells, mix potions, fly on broomsticks, and earn house points.”

Is it me, or would this be the first Lego game that would be worth adding a little bit of voice acting to?



Like many gamers, I started the Grand Theft Auto Series with Grand Theft Auto III (GTA III); I didn’t know what to expect. When I purchased my PS2 back in 2001, I couldn’t decide what PS2 game I should get first. I was planning on getting Twisted Metal: Black first since I loved the previous installments on the PlayStation, but I wanted something to blow my mind – a next-gen experience if you will. I didn’t feel Twisted Metal: Black would deliver that experience.

Every time the TV was on, adverts of GTA III would air, and I kept thinking to myself, “What is this game about?” Also, many of my friends were wildly chattering about the game, persuading me to obtain it. Under peer pressure and intense marketing, I decided to purchase the game, and it was a decision I would never regret.



Death defying antics? Leaps across wide canyons? Breaking apart enemies with a whip? Your hat snapping onto your head? Yeah! Sounds like Lego Indiana Jones to me. While the first was delegated to a pack-in for the Xbox 360, it seemed to have received wide praise across all platforms.

The bricked up Dr. Jones is at it again, with a brand new adventure. According to Activision and TellTale, the game will hit later this year with a new “hook”. This instance of Lego Indy is to include user created levels. It will be available for the DS, PSP, Xbox 360, Wii, PS2, PS3. Hit the jump for the PR.



Ahh, the last week of May. It’s the unofficial start of summer here in the US of A and that start begins with Memorial Day. Perhaps due to the holiday there aren’t many new releases this week. Well, that’s not quite true. I bet it is because we’re all eagerly anticipating a megaton-filled E3! Either way, here is what is coming out. What are you getting?



Publisher Valcon Games was planning on bringing the PlayStation 2 title Shining Dragon, based on the Ikki Tousen anime series, to North America. Unfortunately, a western release might no longer happen as the ESRB has given it an “M” rating due to the game featuring quasi-nudity thus blowing the distribution the publishers desired.



Make no mistake about it: Final Fantasy XII is an average game. But it’s a kind of average that most games can only dream of. It is spectacularly average, and could very easily have been an all-round superb experience if not for all the ways it went wrong.

Final Fantasy XII is the second traditional Final Fantasy Title to be produced for the Playstation 2. It is also the last. FFXII incorporates many features new to the franchise–most notable a real-time combat system–that has unjustly polarized fans. You either love it, or you hate it. Indeed, it seems that the game in its entirety is either loved or hated, depending upon who you ask–and when you ask him or her. It’s all very subjective, and very messy. Read more… »


The folks over at Electronic Arts have just released screen shots for G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra. This new Joe game is set to released around the same time as the movie. Do you think we’re ready to be thrust back into the world of G.I Joe? I suppose we’re about to find out! Hit the jump for the boxart!


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Memories: Persona 4
By: | May 16th, 2009


Late last year, I had the pleasure to play the fantastic Persona 4. I still remember the days where I would stay up ‘til three in the morning playing this game nonstop, telling myself “just one more day.” I was so hooked into this game that I put games like Valkyria Chronicles, Fallout 3 and Gears of War 2 on hold.

There were a couple aspects that made Persona 4 memorable; it wasn’t the narrative or the battle system. While those things were great, a few of the aspects that made it memorable are often neglected nowadays because we tend to focus more on realistic graphics, multiplayer or achievements.



That’s right, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner 2: Raidou Kuzonoha vs. King Abaddon is ready and available for your consuming needs.  Whew, what a mouthful of a game title they got there.  The title isn’t the only thing that’s gotten bigger with this sequel, as Devil Summoner 2 now boasts an “upgraded” battle system, twice the number of demons to negotiate with, and the ability to create even more powerful demons.  Click continue for a video and more info. Read more… »


LucasArts continue to bridge the many gaps within the Star Wars universe, via various mediums. Arguably, these gaps don’t need filling, but filled they are nonetheless. Their latest adventure, Star Wars Clone Wars: Republic Heroes, takes its style from the Clone Wars cartoon series, and promises two-player coop action.



I was spending the day out of town when I came across a gamestop that I have never been in before.  Being a frugal shopper, I decided to take a gander into their bargain bin.  Hovering over the countless array of Madden and Grand Theft Auto titles I carefully perused the selection until my eyes picked apart every spine and price tag.  As I was getting up to leave I noticed a familiar name and lettering on one of the cases.  Pulling the game out I realized my eyes were not fooling me, and I was holding a copy of Maximo: Ghosts to Glory for a mere $2.99. Read more… »


It hasn’t been officially announced yet, however, earlier this morning was taking pre-orders for Guitar Hero: Van Halen.  It also had an ultra specific release date of July 28, 2009. However, this has since been taken down and replaced with the usual Guitar Hero titles.  What is that sneaky Activision up to this time?

Hit the jump for more.