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By Kyle Bittle, May 17, 2010 0 GN

According to an article posted yesterday on Kotaku, at least three retailers in Sweden have begun advertising Project Natal for 1,499 Kronor (or $197 USD). Game and Webhallen are among those mentioned. In November of last year, British trade site… Read More »

Latest Mass Effect 2 DLC revealed

By Kyle Bittle, May 14, 2010 0 GN

Mass Effect 2‘s fourth DLC pack, titled Overlord, was revealed at yesterday’s EA EU Showcase event in London. The content has no official release date as of yet, but BioWare has confirmed that the addon will cost 560 Microsoft or… Read More »

By Kyle Bittle, May 13, 2010 0 GN

During a recent investors meeting in Japan, Nintendo’s president Satoru Iwata revealed details on his company’s upcoming 3DS handheld. Primarily, that 3DS is not it’s official name. Iwata made it clear that the system will be, ‘"…released during this term,… Read More »

By Kyle Bittle, May 12, 2010 0 GN

What happens when a Xbox 360 fan and a clueless pastry maker get together? This little beauty, apparently, which was posted earlier today on CakeWrecks blog. While the I’m sure the baker did their best to replicate the sleek form… Read More »

By Kyle Bittle, May 12, 2010 0 GN

High rollers everywhere won’t have to wait much longer to cash in their chips. Bethesda Softworks has showed its hand, and released details on a collector’s edition of its upcoming game Fallout: New Vegas. Bethesda’s Fallout website details the following… Read More »

By Kyle Bittle, May 11, 2010 0 GN

  Ever wondered what it would be like to hobble about angrily as a lowly genlock? Or to rip a pathetic weakling in two through the eyes of a savage ogre? When Dragon Age: Origins‘ new DLC, the Darkspawn Chronicles,… Read More »

By Kyle Bittle, May 10, 2010 0 GN

In a recent poll, Australia’s Federal Home Affairs group determined that 98.2 percent of voters would support an R18+ rating for games in their country. The total percentage was calculated from the votes of 59,678 participants. The poll was conducted… Read More »