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  • Blog Post: Mega Man 10 Finally Hits XBLA, Plus PSN's Half-Off Sale

    The downloadable game scene is hard to keep track of. Let us do it for you. It's been nearly a month since Nintendo unveiled their short-term exclusive of Mega Man 10 . PlayStation Network took second place a couple of weeks ago. But gamers on Microsoft's console needn't fear blue bomber... More
  • Blog Post: A "Free" Game Room On XBLA, Plus The Indie Game You Must Play On WiiWare

    If you're into downloadable games, you've got a busy week ahead. Check out the full report within. The much talked about Microsoft Game Room is releasing tomorrow, March 24th. The Game Room is an intriguing experiment – a way to bring the earliest classic arcade-style games to the 360 and... More
  • Blog Post: Rage Against The Wii Machine, And Joanna Dark Returns

    The download train is leaving the station, and we've got your ticket. Gamers nostalgic for the heyday of N64 split screen battles in the dorm room should be ready to stand up and cheer - the original Perfect Dark arrives on XBLA this Wednesday, March 17th for a paltry 800 Microsoft points ($10).... More
  • Blog Post: Is Rock & Roll Dead? GI's Music Survey

    Game Informer recently picked the brains of over 1,500 people* to find out what they thought of the music video game genre. Playing habits, what kinds of songs they buy, and what they're looking forward to in the genre are just some of the topics we covered in our music survey featured in the April... More
  • Blog Post: Turn Cars To Scrap Metal And Paint With Magic Markers

    This week's downloadable offerings are enumerated and described for your reading edification and enjoyment. WiiWare plays hosts to a brand new hero in this week's release. Max & the Magic Marker tells the charming tale of a little boy hero and his adventures through his coloring book, along... More
  • Blog Post: Supreme Commander 2 Afterwords

    The latest release from Gas Powered Games goes down a road rarely traveled by sequels. Lead designer/studio head Chris Taylor explains why Supreme Commander 2's design is so different than the original in this Afterwords feature. SupCom 2 makes more changes to the core design of the original than... More
  • Blog Post: New NBA Jam Screens

    Here's a big batch of new screens for EA Sports' new take on the old classic: NBA Jam. More
  • Blog Post: Win A Blur Multiplayer Beta Key For 360

    Do you own an Xbox 360? Do you like driving fast cars? We’re offering you a chance to take part in a multiplayer beta for Activision's upcoming Blur. Here's what the winners will see: 20-player online multiplayer Online ranking system Twitter functionality Multiplayer game modes Real-world... More
  • Blog Post: New Skate 3 Video

    Skateboarding bliss is not too far away and Black Box has just released another video showing off some behind-the-scenes commentary from the team making the game. This video focuses on the new city’s university as well as the evolution of the Megaramp. Hit up the video after the break. More
  • Blog Post: Interview: Remedy Talks Up Alan Wake DLC

    During Microsoft's X10 event, I was lucky enough to get a few words in with two of the minds from Remedy Entertainment working on Alan Wake. Oskari Häkkinen, head of franchise development, and Same Lake, lead writer, discussed how the game compares to the survival horror genre, future DLC plans... More
  • Blog Post: GI Interviews Peter Molyneux

    At the X10 event, I had the chance to sit down with Peter Molyneux and discuss Fable III. As always with Peter, he was enthusiastic about the title and had a lot to say about the changes coming to the series. Take a look at the video below for the interview. More
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