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DJ Hero 2 Set List

The final track list has been announced, and it boasts 85 completely original mixes that can’t be heard anywhere else. Not only did Freestyle games get access to some of the top DJ’s mixes, but all of these mixes are comprised of hit songs... some of which haven’t even left radio play yet because they’re still new. These are songs that you absolutely need to experience, and fans of the genre (and even those who aren’t) will find that there is no better video game soundtrack in existence. Hit the break below to see what’s playable when DJ Hero 2 arrives this fall, and be prepared for an audiophiles dream come true. Read More


Hands-on with Halo: Reach: Nightfall

Warning: if you don’t like spoilers, why the hell are you reading a preview? Inching along a midnight-dark ridge, my Spartan brother beside me, I think to myself, "I've done this before." The thought makes me giddy, and memory sets in to make me fall in love with yet another Halo game. Nightfall is the fourth mission in Halo: Reach. Hit the jump to continue reading. Read More


Media: Tatsunoko vs. Capcom - Go West! New Screens and Videos

The Tokyo Game Show has arrived, and we can finally put the Tatsunoko vs. Capcom speculation to rest. Well, one part, anyway. Thus far, only one new character has been revealed: the long-awaited fighting game debut of Dead Rising star Frank West, who is more than up to the challenge (he's covered wars, you know). Here is the TGS trailer in which he makes his debut appearance: In all honesty, he seems like the perfect character to mark the game's "West"-ern debut when it hits our shores on January 26th (29th in Europe). Hit the jump to see more of West and fellow newcomer Tekkaman Blade in action, plus screens, art, and a fact sheet. Read More


PSN Update a Day Late in the US

For the first time ever, a Playstation Store North American Thursday update didn't arrive on Thursday, but was mysteriously delayed to Friday morning. Sony has given no word on the cause, but the amount of content offered in this update may justify the delay for some. Most shocking is the amount of full playable content offered in this update – three PSOne games, four demos, and a PSN game. Usually the North American store is lucky to get a single PSOne game while the Japanese store alternatively usually gets four-to-six PSOne games a week. Those PSOne games are Tomb Raider 2, Cool Boarders 2, and SimCity 2000 – all for $5.99 each. The demos are for the new FEAR 2 campaign called "Reborn," WET, DiRT 2, and NHL 10. The full game is The Legend of Han Tao at $14.99. Read More


PSN Thursday – 8.6.09: Batman, Nazi Zombies, and LittleBigInFamous

Another Thursday, another PlayStation Network update. Those looking to give Batman: Arkham Asylum a shot before it comes out later this month are in luck. There is a 1GB demo now available. Aside from that, Call of Duty: World at War has a new map pack. It consists of four new multiplayer maps, including Der Riese, a new Nazi Zombie level. The endless LittleBigPlanet DLC continues to be…umm…never ending. This time you can pay $1.99 to dress your Sackboy up like a hipster bike messenger with super powers of electricity. Yes, I'm referring to Cole from InFamous. Another notable release is Square Enix's tower defense game, Crystal Defenders. For $9.99 you can download the full game or try out the demo for free. Check out the whole list after the break. Read More


G-Force - 360 - Review

Having recently played through Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, it should be no surprise that Eurocom - a developer known for their licensed based vid Read More


SEGA Takes Mario & Sonic to the Big Screen to Promote Olympic Winter Games

This Winter, SEGA is doing their almighty best to make sure that you, and everyone else (in the UK, at least), know that Mario and Sonic will be competing in Vancouver at the Olympic Winter Games. They hope to accomplish this by launching their "biggest ever" marketing campaign for the title, which includes placing 30-second trailers before major motion pictures such as Harry Potter, Imagine That, G-Force, and more. They hope to reach 7.5 million viewers in this fashion. "Mario and Sonic At The Olympic Winter Games is a great family title and we wanted to cherry pick our communication channels in order to enable us to reach our core demographic of kids and parents," says Jo Fawell, Marketing Manager for SEGA UK. "Using some hugely anticipated film releases to promote the game this summer is a great way to bring awareness for its release." Read More


G-Force - PS3 - Review

Movie games tend to follow the latest trends ll jump on it like a dog chasing a squirrel. Back when action/adventures reigned supreme, you couldnt fi Read More