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Burnout Crash! Review

It’s been quite a while since we’ve seen a new game in the Burnout series. The last time we hit these chaotic city streets was a few years ago, w Read More


Treyarch Says Content, Not Tricks Key to Beating Used Game Market

These days, it seems like every publisher out there is doing their best to force gamers to buy new copies of games if they want all the available content. What started with Project Ten Dollar and has now evolved into Online Pass, and some analysts believe it's only a matter of time before big-name games start charging separate fees to play online. The folks at Treyarch have a different idea, why not just make games that are so good and so full of content that people don't want to trade them in? Words of wisdom after the break. Read More


Hi There Mr. President, What Are You Doing in Madden?

You ever grind through an entire season of Madden only to be let down by the canned and boring Super Bowl "celebration" that awaits you upon winning the big game? This year EA Tiburon is punching up the Super Bowl victory party and even the President of the United States is getting involved. It's the closest you'll ever get to shaking the President's hand on the front lawn of the White House, unless of course you're famous or something. More info plus the Detroit Lions winning the Super Bowl after the break. Read More


Borderlands DLC Gives Title Reasons to Never Be Traded-in

Nothing ensures a game's lasting success like extended, post-release content made available to the masses. Burnout Paradise is certainly the best example of DLC keeping a game away from becoming available for purchase on the used market. More than a year after release, the game was seeing fresh content. Borderlands is wisely following suit... Read More


Criterion: "Please Stop Asking for New Burnout Paradise Updates!"

You can ask, plead, and beg all you want; it will do you no good. Criterion Games is finished making downloadable content for Burnout Paradise, and their mind seems fairly set on that. A post to their Twitter account earlier today said: "Please stop asking us for Burnout Paradise DLC. There will be no more! Sorry everyone!" In their defense, however, they did add: "But we did WAY more than everyone else..." Oh well. At least we got cool versions of some classic, iconic 80's vehicles like the DeLorean, right? Read More


Xbox 360's Platinum Hits Lineup Grows by Ten

Joystiq reports that Microsoft has updated their lineup of Platinum Hits titles for the Xbox 360. Joining the likes of Halo 3, Dead Rising, and Burnout Paradise are Fable II: Game of the Year Edition, Halo Wars, Left 4 Dead, The Orange Box, Ninja Gaiden II, Kung-Fu Panda, Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection, Sonic Unleashed, and even Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts and 2006's Sonic the Hedgehog, apparently proving that yes, there actually are people who like those games. Read More


Uncharted 2 Doesn't Play Well with SDTVs?

It's no small secret that with high definition being the big thing with televisions right now, developers sometimes forget about the people who might own an Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3, but don't have the optimal viewing situation available for it. Games such as Burnout Paradise, Dead Rising, and Banjo Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts have presented problems to the crowd who hasn't upgraded for whatever reason (and in this economy, there are plenty), and it seems that Sony's biggest title of 2009, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, may have the same issue. Read More


10GB Game Coming to Playstation Network

Aksys Games this week said that the upcoming Playstation Network strategy RPG Record of Agarest War could end up being as big as 10GB, making it possibly the biggest PS3 download yet. The reason for this is probably because it wasn't supposed to be a downloadable game at all. The exact file size of the PS3 version of Record of Agarest War hasn't been confirmed, but an Aksys Games administrator said that it would at least be in excess of 8GB. Few downloadable console games have even approached this size. Record of Agarest War actually came out as a disc game in Japan for PS3 in 2007, on Xbox in 2008, and in Europe for PS3 this past October. The PS3 version is being released in the U.S. in Spring 2010 only for download while the 360 version will be on a disc because of Sony policy. Read More