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  • Blog Post: Halo: Nightfall Coming To Blu-ray And DVD In March

    Microsoft has announced plans to bring the Halo: Nightfall webseries to Blu-ray and DVD in March. While both the Blu-ray and DVD versions release on March 17, they have a few differences. Both releases have an additional 35 minutes of behind-the-scenes content, but the Blu-ray version has an extra 45... More
  • Blog Post: Persona 3 The Movie: #2 Midsummer Knight's Dream Getting Subtitled Western Release

    Anime publisher Aniplex is bringing the second Persona 3 movie, Persona 3 The Movie: #2 Midsummer Knight's Dream , to North America. Much like it did for the the first movie , Aniplex is importing Midsummer Knight's Dream to North America with subtitles as opposed to an English dub. Two Blu-ray... More
  • Blog Post: An Exclusive Sneak Peek At The Warhammer 40k Film

    For all of the Warhammer 40,000 fans out there, Anchor Bay Entertainment is releasing the CG film Ultramarines on March 5. This clip is from one of the special features, and gives you a sense of the team's approach to this beloved universe. The film will be available on Blu-ray, DVD, and via digital... More
  • Blog Post: Wreck-It Ralph Gets Release Dates For The Small Screen

    Wreck-It Ralph made a splash last year, garnering adoration from gamers and non-gamers alike. Now you can finally see Ralph try to break from his bad guy persona without going to a movie theater. Disney announced today release dates for digital and physical copies of the film. In an interesting twist... More
  • Blog Post: Resident Evil: Damnation Available On Blu-ray And DVD Today

    For those of you out there who can't wait for Resident Evil 6, or prefer your Umbrella Corporation fighting adventures to be non-interactive, but don't care for Milla Jovovich, Resident Evil: Damnation released today on Blu-ray and DVD. Damnation is the sequel to the 2008 straight-to-video Resident... More
  • Blog Post: Mercenaries 3D, UFC Training--Weekly Roundup 6/27

    If you're in the market for slaying some zombies or dropping a few pounds off your carcass, this is your week. Capcom is releasing Resident Evil: The Mercenaries on 3DS, as well as the retail version of Super Street FIghter IV: Arcade Edition. If you're a fighting fan looking to get into better... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Says Wii U Won't Play DVD Or Blu-ray Movies

    Nintendo's recently announced Wii U looked as though it held the capability of being a multimedia powerhouse, with Nintendo's on-stage E3 presentation showing the device displaying videos and photos on a television and the unit's built-in LCD screen. According to company president Satoru... More
  • Blog Post: Tekken Comes To Life In Film Trailer

    My knowledge of Tekken is limited. I'm aware that it's similar to other fighting games in that it contains a cast of colorful characters exchanging blows in a variety of crazy settings. This trailer for the upcoming live action film based on the game franchise contains all those elements, and... More
  • Blog Post: MotorStorm, Thor—Weekly Roundup 5/2

    This week, Sony's MotorStorm: Apocalypse and Sega's game based on the upcoming Thor movie are hitting shelves. MotorStorm was originally slated for an earlier release, but it was postponed following the earthquake in Japan. Now's your chance to check it out. Aside from that, the big release... More
  • Blog Post: Darkspore Heads Up A Slow Week—Weekly Roundup 4/25

    Hey, what do you know? It's another tame week for game releases. Sure, you've got a new Operation Flashpoint game, Darkspore, and IL-2 Sturmovik: Cliffs of Dover, but everything's bound to seem a little anticlimactic after last week. Maybe it's another excuse to tackle that backlog. Games... More
  • Blog Post: Portal 2, Mortal Kombat, SOCOM 4—Weekly Roundup 4/18

    It's a big week for new releases, with Mortal Kombat, Portal 2, SOCOM 4, and Conduit 2 hitting shelves, to name a few. On the downloadable front, Mega Man X is hitting the Virtual Console, and Section 8: Prejudice is available on Xbox Live and PC. Hold onto your wallets, folks, this could get expensive... More
  • Blog Post: Michael Jackson Leads Week Of Strange Creatures—Weekly Roundup 4/11

    Maybe I'm overreaching here, but it seems as though this week's releases follow a strange sort of pattern. Excluding the release of Michael Jackson: The Experience, of course, most of the games that are hitting stores over the next few days feature bizarre lifeforms of one sort or another. Don't... More
  • Blog Post: Hardcore Gamers, Go Back To Sleep — Weekly Roundup 4/4

    Sometimes you have to come to terms with the fact that not everyone likes the things you do. If you're a hardcore gamer who hasn't had to learn that lesson yet, this week's about to trigger a temper tantrum of terrifying proportions. This week's game releases include the Kinect version... More
  • Blog Post: NASCAR, WWE, Dynasty Warriors 7—Weekly Roundup 3/28

    With Sunday's release of the 3DS, you'd think publishers would want to take a break and catch their breath or simply get out of its way for a week or so. Nope. This week, games like Shift 2 Unleashed, WWE All-Stars, NASCAR 2011 The Game, and Tiger Woods PGA 12: The Masters are hitting store shelves... More
  • Blog Post: Crysis 2, LEGO Star Wars III—Weekly Roundup 3/21

    This week, Crytek's console debut is available in stores, along with the latest LEGO game from Traveller's Tales, and a new PSP Final Fantasy game. In addition to Crysis 2, LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars and Dissidia 012: Duodecim Final Fantasy, there are a couple of console exclusives worth... More
  • Blog Post: Top Spin, Homefront, And Showtunes—Weekly Roundup 3/14

    Sure, we could focus on this week's release of Top Spin 4 or Homefront, or even give a shout out to Just Dance's Broadway-themed release. Instead, let's bow our heads to Nippon Ichi for having the guts/gall to release a game called "Ar tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel" on the marketplace... More
  • Blog Post: Fight Night Champion, Disgaea, Rift – Weekly Roundup 2/28

    EA Sports' latest boxing game, Fight Night Champion, hits shelves this week, alongside Chuck E Cheese's Sports Games. Yes, sports fans, it's a glorious time to be alive. Aside from those releases, the MMO Rift is in stores, keeping company with a pair of Disgaea titles. On the download front... More
  • Blog Post: Killzone, Bulletstorm, De Blob--Weekly Roundup 2/21

    This is a week that could make your wallet sore, if you're not careful. Shooter fans have two excellent options this week in Bulletstorm and Killzone 3. The Dreamcast Collection compilation gives retro fans a reason to cheer (though with only four games on it, don't feel the need to scream too... More
  • Blog Post: Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 Vs. Dragon Quest VI Vs. Bowling—Weekly Roundup 2/14

    Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds is hitting shelves this week, alongside Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation, the Gears of War Triple Pack collection, and a pair of Kinect releases. Also, Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son is heading to theaters and if you are entertaining the thought of spending... More
  • Blog Post: Cars, Kicks, Kinect--Weekly Roundup 2/7

    All right, finally some games. The games releasing this week are a pretty eclectic group, including a Kinect game from the mind of the Brain Age guru, a sports compilation from Nintendo, and the welcome return of quiz game you Don't Know Jack. In addition to that, Double Fine's Stacking hits... More
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