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Dreamcast Collection Lineup Announced...

  This morning, Sega released the lineup for its upcoming Xbox 360 and PC-exclusive Dreamcast Collection, and it's pretty much what the pessimists were expecting. Hit the jump for details on the games that made the cut. Read More


XBLA and Steam catch Rocket Knight May 12, PSN on May 18

In what could only be considered an odd PR move, the release date for Rocket Knight, Konami's 16-bit revival, was recently announced via Facebook. The announcement was preceded by an excited, emoticon laced preamble the day before. "hey guys! we have a release date, but we're trying to clear the announcement thru the powers that be. :( i'll see if i can sneak you guys the info, wish me luck! ;-)". Read the coherent version after the break. Read More


Media: Rocket Knight: New Character Art

Konami has released some new character art for their upcoming PlayStation Network and Xbox LIVE Arcade (and PC) title Rocket Knight. In addition to the lovely work seen above, which you can find in our gallery at a higher resolution, there is a stand-alone picture of the dastardly Axel Gear and the gallant Sparkster. The look is a bit different from how they were last seen; what do you think of the new style? Read More


Media: New Rocket Knight Gameplay Footage

It's been a little while since we last heard from Sparkster, Konami's Rocket Knight. Last time, we saw a trailer for his upcoming PlayStation Network/Xbox LIVE Arcade game, and it looked... well, it looked alright. Good, but like something was missing. Now, some new gameplay trailers have emerged, and personally speaking, I think the game looks a bit better than it did before. Take a look, and see what you think: More action after the cut, including flight and rail videos. Read More


Rumor: Jackal ReBirth?

Konami has been on something of a WiiWare roll as of late with their ReBirth series, offering up new, bite-sized chunks of their glorious gaming past with graphics and sound clearly meant to evoke the earlier heyday of franchises such as Gradius, Contra, and most recently, Castlevania. And naturally, one would expect they will only be looking to add more to the mix. Read More


First Trailer for Rocket Knight Remake

One of the week's biggest surprises was Monday's shocking announcement that a new Rocket Knight game was heading to Xbox Live Arcade, PSN, and Steam next year. Now, thanks to 1up and GameVideos, check out the first trailer for the game below. The trailer begins with a nice tribute to Rocket Knight games past, then kicks into high-definition gear with a look at the game's platforming and side-scrolling shooter gameplay. The trailer also teases a battle between Sparkster and his archrival Axel Gear, before they are interrupted by a...ahem..."huge" distraction. Read More


The Rocket Knight Returns

There had been buzz over the weekend that 1UP would reveal something big from Konami today. Something big... and retro. Some thought that they would have the first official scoop on Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth for WiiWare, but that would turn out not to be the case. As you have no doubt determined by now, Konami has finally given in to the demands of the fans of Sparkster, and is bringing a new Rocket Knight adventure to Xbox LIVE Arcade and the PlayStation Network. Read More


Rumor: Rocket Knight Returns to Wii and PSP?

Via the Penny Arcade Forums, we've learned that German video game site says that Climax, developer of Silent Hill Origins and the upcoming Wii remake, Shattered Memories, is developing a new Rocket Knight Adventure for Konami. Read More


Lego Batman: Just the Facts

The Dark Lego Knight's adventure is getting ever closer with a fall release date, and in the meantime, Warner Bros. has sent over a nice, concise fact sheet: GAME FEATURES: o Fight for justice as Batman and Robin or create chaos as The Joker, Catwoman and other villains, as you save or destroy Gotham City. o Rocket through sewers and bound across rooftops as you take the fight to the criminals across classic locations in Gotham City. o Fight on land, sea and in the air using a number of powerful Batman, Robin and villain-controlled vehicles, including the rocket-powered Batmobile, sleek Batboat and stealthy Batwing. o Enhance the abilities of the Dynamic Duo by unlocking Batman's Demolition, Sonic and Glide suits and Robin's Gravity, Magnetic and Dive suits to help fight Gotham's villains. o Enjoy numerous game modes and levels: o Play through the game in Story Mode from both the hero and villain sides. o Replay any level in Freeplay Mode with any characters you've unlocked. Access previously hidden areas to find additional rewards and bonus content. o Collect LEGO studs and special LEGO bricks throughout the game to unlock tons of extra content including special power-ups and bonus levels. o LEGO Batman on the Xbox 360 features Gamer Achievements and 720p/1080p display support. o The PLAYSTATION 3 system version offers 720p/1080p display support. o The Nintendo DS version will offer touch screen interaction, and two-player co-op using the DS local wireless network capability. o LEGO Batman: The Videogame features top voice over talent, including Tom Kenny, with hilarious results. o LEGO Batman: The Videogame also features Danny Elfman's iconic The Batman (1989) musical score. -- Games Press Read More