Monthly Archives: October 2010

Possible buyout could bring APB back

Realtime Worlds’ criminally unpopular MMO, APB, may be granted a stay of execution according to company spokesman Ben Bateman, who claims negotiations for a buyout are close to being finalized. That analogy would have worked better if the switch hadn’t … Continue reading

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Happy birthday Nintendo Entertainment System!

Twenty-five years ago today, a certain Japanese company released what was to become the greatest gaming console of all time, the Nintendo Entertainment System. Today marks a quarter century since the iconic system first went on sale in the United … Continue reading

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BioWare offering free upgrade for Dragon Age II early adopters

Forget the golden guns, BioWare is going all out for gamers pre-ordering Dragon Age II before January 11, 2011, automatically upgrading all early adopters to the BioWare Signature Edition. This limited edition’s $20 worth of extra content includes a download … Continue reading

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Rockstar releases free hunting and trading outfits for Red Dead Redemption

Even the most grizzled cowboys like dressin’ purdy once in while, a feat made much easier in Red Dead Redemption thanks to Rockstar’s release of two free outfits for former outlaw John Marston. As a thank you to their fans, … Continue reading

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Guillermo del Toro confirms game deal with THQ

Hellboy’s Guillermo del Toro has confirmed that THQ is the long-rumored game studio he’s working with to develop “huge games, huge world creation [with] long deadlines.” THQ has yet to make an official announcement, but the acclaimed director has revealed … Continue reading

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