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Backlogged: So Many Games, So Little Time

For better or worse, the holiday sales have descended upon us. For many gamers, that means new gaming purchases for themselves. And even more gamers will be receiving games as gifts. For nearly all gamers, that means expanding backlogs. Read More

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Gabe Newell: No Half-Life Movie Unless it\'s Made by Valve

Speaking with PC Gamer, Gabe Newell said that the only way a Half-Life movie will be made is if Valve is at the helm.  In his discussion with the PC gaming magazine, Newell said that, after the release of Half-Life, there were numerous film offers but the development studio turned them down because they didn't feel anyone but Valve could create an appropriate Half-Life film that didn't butcher the storyline.  Read More

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Deus Ex: Devolution?

A decade has passed and Deus Ex still receives no shortage of praise. Some people, including myself, consider it gaming royalty. It transformed my pe Read More

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PS3 Shortages Could Hurt God of War III

The biggest PlayStation exclusive of the first half of 2010 will likely face its biggest challenge from the platform itself. Previously predicted PS3 shortages seem to be occurring across retail right on top of the game's launch. The LA Times reported yesterday that as God of War III launches, many eager buyers may have the hardest time finding a PS3 to play the game on, and they think this could hurt its sales. Upon the game's release, both online and brick & mortar retailers are mostly sold out of PS3s. The LA Times found no systems in stock at GameStop, Best Buy, or Target in West Hollywood. They ran into the same situation at Amazon and Wal-Mart online. Read More

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Resonance of Fate Goes Toe-to-Toe with Final Fantasy XIII

Those eager to get their hands on a quality JRPG may have their hands full come March. Despite Square-Enix's juggernaut of a title, it looks like Tri-Ace and Sega aren't concerned about the competition that Final Fantasy XIII will bring. As such, the developers behind Star Ocean and Valkyrie Profile will be launching their next major title one week after Lightning and the rest of the Final Fantasy gang arrive on store shelves. The game, entitled Resonance of Fate, is a post-apocalyptic role-playing title that resembles many of Tri-Ace's past projects. It was received quite well in Japan, earning a 34/40 from Famitsu magazine. Though, regardless of how solid this game may be, releasing so close to FFXIII will certainly weaken the game's sales. Resonance of Fate is set to release on March 16 for the Xbox 360 and PS3. Read More

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Rumor: God of War III has a US Release Date

It has been know for a while that God of War III would be hitting Japanese stores shelves March 25th, leading the genies over at GameStop to list the games release in the same month. But recently, GameStop updated the street date to March 16th. Hopefully this holy prediction is true, so I can get my hands on it as soon as possible. That being said, there seems to be too many PS3 games coming out that month. God of War III will have to compete with Final Fantasy XIII, Resonance of Fate, Battlefield Bad Company 2, and Just Cause 2 during the month of March. Good luck! Read More

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Square Enix Not as Receptive to New RPG Ideas as SEGA, Says Tri-Ace

There's not a whole lot to this story, but it sounds interesting, nonetheless. Recently, Director Takayuki Suguro has been showing off Tri-Ace's new Japanese RPG, Resonance of Fate for the Xbox 360 and PS3. During the preview, Suguro explained why they were partnering with SEGA to publish the game, rather than their traditional partner, Square Enix. The reasoning given is two-fold, with the first being that SEGA's Western rooting is a better fit for the title than Square Enix's. And the other reason? "Apparently," Spong reports, "SEGA is more receptive to new RPG ideas than Square. There's a shocker." Read More