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Mortal Kombat: Rebirth Short Film Series Announced

Remember that ridiculously cool short film that hit the web last summer and turned the Mortal Kombat universe into something respectable and awesome again? At the time, it wasn't entirely clear whether Mortal Kombat: Rebirth, directed by Kevin Tancharoen, would lead to any other projects in the same vein. MK fans clamored for more, hoping beyond hope that the short would lead to a feature-length film that could do the game fiction proud. Well, our prayers have been answered, sort of, as Warner Premiere has announced plans to help bring Tancharoen's unique vision of Mortal Kombat to life as a series of digital shorts to be released this spring. Details are scarce, but hit the jump and we'll tell them to you anyway. Read More

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Have You Played Atari On Facebook Today

The mildly-terrifying commercial depicted above is a relic from the 1980s. As are, some might say, Atari. At least in their traditional form. Since the brand's acquisition by French publisher Infogrames back in 2001, they've largely been known as one of those logos that briefly pops up before a game finishes loading. But there was a time when they were known for some of the most iconic video games of all time. Asteroids. Centipede. Missile Command. And many more. But Atari are suffering some difficult financial times right now. So what can they do? Why not revive some of their ancient classics and pit people against each other on the world's biggest social network? Find out more after the jump. Read More

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Bozek No Longer Shining Under Sony's Star, Now Sings Atari's Tune

First, it was Phil Harrison, and now it's Sony's Singstar boss Paulina Bozek who has jumped to Atari. Just what is it about Atari that makes Sony people want to abandon ship?"I am very excited to be joining Atari at this pivotal time for both the company and the industry," said Bozek. "There is a huge opportunity as gaming platforms become more ubiquitous, more connected and attract more mainstream audiences. Atari has a great vision for the future and I can't wait to start realising that vision in new products and services." Harrison, obviously, is quite pleased. "This is a significant step in expanding Atari's online game development capability," he said. "Paulina is one of the industry's most respected creative leaders with an outstanding track-record of commercial and creative success and I'm delighted that she will bring her unique vision, consumer insight and proven ability for creating amazing entertainment experiences to Atari." -- videogaming247Translation: "We aren't interested in traditional games now, and, coincidentally, we don't want Sony making our kinds of games, either. But maybe we can meet somewhere in the middle." Coming soon: SonAtari PlayStation 2600. See the full press release and Sony's response after the cut. Read More

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N+ - PSP - Review

When I picked up my PSP and started playing N+, I was suddenly transported to a time when controllers were called joysticks and Missile Command domin Read More