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  • Blog Post: Afro Samurai 2 Pulled From Multiple Stores, Developer Apologizes

    Afro Samurai 2: Revenge of Kuma has been removed from PlayStation Store, Xbox Marketplace, and Steam following significantly poor reception. The developer also is planning to release refunds to buyers. In an interview with CGMagazine , developer Versus Evil explained the decision to halt plans for a... More
  • Blog Post: Assign A Point To The Holiday Spirit Perk With These Fallout 4 Ornaments

    Nuclear annihilation wiped out everything in Fallout 4's world except holiday cheer, evidently. Thanks to these Vault Boy ornaments, vault dwellers can help give their tree or home that extra boost in skills and spirit. The 3 1/2" tall resin ornaments represent the following attributes: perception... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Limited Edition Fallout 4 Art Book Comes With Exclusive Concept Art Print

    Bethesda is wrapping up its week of new Fallout merchandise with a limited edition art book. This upgraded version ships in a slipcase featuring an image of the game’s power armor. It also comes with a 9”x12” concept art lithograph digitally signed by concept artist Ray Lederer. This... More
  • Blog Post: The Bethesda Store Officially Opens For Business

    Whether you're looking for a limited edition Skyrim lithograph or a Dishonored hoodie, Bethesda is finally giving us a place to spend your Nuka Cola caps. Yesterday, Gaming Heads announced this sweet Dragonborn statue , which you can pre-order at the new store, but we also dig these Vault 101 Sneakers... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Play Brings Xbox Live Arcade Games To Windows 8

    Windows 8 is pushing a more console-style interface to PCs, and soon you'll able to purchase a small selection of Xbox Live Arcade games through your PC. The video below serves as the announcement for the Microsoft Play service, and shows off some of the interface for purchasing games. The service's... More
  • Blog Post: Sony’s PSP Comic Store Opens For Business

    Flip through a comic book and you’re likely to see half-a-dozen ads for this season’s upcoming games. It’s no surprise that there is a lot of crossover between comic fans and video game fans. Sony is gearing up to cater to this subgroup with it new online PSP comic store. Sony’s... More
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