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Rumour Limit: God of War PSP?
By: | March 2nd, 2009


With a slew of games for the PSP being announced left and right there could be yet another exciting addition to the handheld, can anyone say God of War?


In the video game industry rumors are always flying. Four years into this generation of consoles rumors are starting to spread throughout the industry about Microsoft’s new console that is in the works. Rumors that Microsoft is looking to integrate a interface similar to that we saw in the 2002 Thriller Minority Report have been tearing through the industry since Microsoft announced its purchase of Caligari, a developer of 3-D Modeling Software.



It has been reported that Killzone 2 developer Guerilla Games has already spoken about the possibility of DLC becoming available for the game. With less than two weeks to go until the Playstation 3 owners get the opportunity to finally get their hands on the FPS and the hype machine bursting through the roof, this story is sure to only add fuel to the flames. Read more… »

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Resident Evil 5 DLC?
By: | February 10th, 2009


In the latest issue of Playstation Official Magazine they reviewed Resident Evil 5 and just like everyone else across the board they praised the hell out of it and gave it a 5 out of 5. But strangely enough near the end of the review they hinted that Resident Evil 5 might be seeing some DLC.



The game company Rare slipped to VG247 that they are planning to add a feature that allows them to award clothing just like they do achievements. This adds quite a bit of speculation of what types of clothing they are planning. Imagine if other game companies follow this concept. Assassins Creed: Altairs outfit. Crowbar from Half life games, Dante’s outfit, Halo Armor!…. The list could be endless!



The Winter Olympics are kicking it off in Vancouver next year. Who knew right? Pictures have surfaced in Spanish magazine Nintendo Accion that show Mario and Sonic teaming up again for an Olympic showdown. SEGA has denied this, but we all know they can’t resist another money maker.

Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games was released for the Nintendo Wii in 2007 and the Nintendo DS in 2008. The Wii version sold well over 5 million copies. Read more… »