Monthly Archives: January 2011

Console version of Witcher 2 definitely possible, allegedly probable

It’s not the confetti flying news we’ve been hoping for, but Polish developer CD Projekt has confirmed that the console version of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings has not been canned as previously rumored. “It’s the first console project … Continue reading

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Dragon Age Legends reveals five unique unlockable items

Around the third time someone pestered me to join their mob, I pretty much wrote off Facebook as a legitimate gaming platform, along with the would-be crime lord, but Dragon Age  Legends might force me to reconsider. The Facebook-only title, … Continue reading

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Double Fine starts Stacking next month

Lovers of Russian nesting dolls rejoice, for Double Fine has finally announced a February launch for their newest download-only title Stacking. The babushka-based puzzle game will be released on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network on February 8 and 9 respectively, … Continue reading

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Mortal Kombat getting webisode treatment

For those who missed director Kevin Tancharoen’s Mortal Kombat short (above), an awesome eight-minute mini movie starring Michael Jai White as Jax and Jeri Ryan as Sonya Blade, you’re getting a second chance courtesy of Warner Bros. Though originally made … Continue reading

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Deus Ex: Human Revolution clocks in at over 25 hours

In true sci-fi spirit, Deus Ex: Human Revolution is shaping up to be an epic experience, clocking in at a minimum of 25 hours of playtime from start to finish. And that’s only if you don’t stop to gawk at … Continue reading

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Prince of Persia creator’s The Last Express gets digital re-release

The ending proper of art nouveau-inspired 1997 PC release, The Last Express, has been available for your viewing pleasure as a pseudo animated feature for a couple of years, but those looking to actually play through the hard to find … Continue reading

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Sega gets into watersports with their new urinal-based game system

My personal psycho-analytical tastes have always run toward the Jungian, but now that I’ve seen Sega’s new “Toylet,”  I’m thinking there might just be something to this whole Freudian theory of penis envy. Through the end of January, Sega is … Continue reading

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