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FF X HD

Final Fantasy X HD doubles up on PS3 and gets X-2


They will be ported from the fabled International Editions too
Mar 19
It has been revealed through a tiny column captured in Jump Magazine that Final Fantasy X HD will also have X-2 on the disc for PS3 gamers. Presumably that means that the all-female sequel is also getting an HD makeover as we... read
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Duke Nukem II

Duke's back, baby! Duke Nukem II iOS revealed


Come get some...again!
Mar 15
3D Realms is back, and that can only mean one thing -- Duke Nukem. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Duke Nukem II, 3D Realms and Interceptor Entertainment have announced a upgraded re-release of the '90s game for iOS dev... read
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Dragon's Dogma

Feel the power in new Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen trailer


Sparkle sparkle
Mar 13
Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen is coming to our shores next month. Thus Capcom has decided to remind us of that fact by showing off this flashy trailer, illustrating the various powers and tricks a sorcerer can unleash in battl... read
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And coming soon apparently...
Remember that game? You know, that Xbox Live Arcade Kinect shooter that looks like Panzer Dragoon being made by many of the guys from Panzer Dragoon. It looked to be one of if not the most impressive Kinect game to date, unti... read feature

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Suda51 dishes the dirt on his upcoming game
2013 is the year of Suda51's next production, Killer Is Dead. In January, the game began its PR train with a cool, stylishly seductive trailer that oh teased us so. However, Famitsu was able to get a detailed interview out of him and his partner-in-crime from Kadokawa Games, Yoshimi Yasuda, in which they discuss everything from American Psycho and Bond, to gigolos and tiger-riding yakuza! read feature

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Zombie Tycoon 2

Prepare for zombie war in Zombie Tycoon 2


Will the student finally become the master?
Mar 06
Back in 2009, the small Canada-based Frima Studio developed a quirky little title named Zombie Tycoon where you assumed the role of mad scientist Brainhov and undertook his quest to rule the world with formula Z-fueled zombi... read
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Getting down with the Wagner in PlanetSide 2


May 26
Sony Online Entertainment is getting ready to get epic yet again with their upcoming MMOFPS PlanetSide 2. They claim thousands of players will be able to take part in enormous ground and air battles across massive contin... read
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Make some ch-ch-changes in Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition


May 26
Though The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition came out over a month ago, full of tweaks and additional content,  the guys at Warner Bros. and CD Projekt are still trying to keep the PR train going. As le... read
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More fire in the belly with another Dragon's Dogma video


May 16
So I'm sure most of you by now will have heard of Capcom's upcoming Western/Eastern-Skyrim-Monster Hunter-Dark Souls-inspired-medieval-monster-slaying-epic that is Dragon's Dogma, which is exactly one week from now. If by an... read
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Kenka Bancho's back with some more punk ass whoopin'


May 16
The wonderful guys at Spike Chunsoft who gave us gamers an excuse to beat up tons of cocky, chauvinistic, angst-ridden Japanese delinquents time and time again are about to give us yet another offering. It's time for Ke... read
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Lollipop Chainsaw's Juliet is turning Japanese


May 09
Hey boys and girls! Here's a video of a cute Japanese girl dressed up as Juliet, waving the trademark chainsaw around whilst pretend fighting. The girl's name is Mayu Kawamoto, an image girl chosen by Suda51 and th... read
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A message to all Aperture employees from Boss Man Johnson


May 08
Mr. Cave Johnson, CEO of Aperture Science, recently issued a message to all his employees, confirming the existence of the Perpetual Testing Initiative (PeTI), and its status being operational as of now. In the message, rath... read
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A look at the art of XCOM: Enemy Unknown


May 02
Ever since 2K Marin's announcement of an X-COM remake last year, fans of the MS-DOS strategy original were horrified that it had taken the form of a first-person shooter format, albeit with significant strategy elements... read
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Japanese Idol Group 'Idoling' in the next PSP Yakuza game


Nov 09
We know that a couple of months ago, Sega's Yakuza studio announced two new games in the franchise. One of those being Yakuza 5 which is in early development, and is something the studio aren't willing to talk much about righ... read
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Get on the Dragon Quest X beta and get a free hat


Nov 07
That's right, folks! Square Enix has announced that a Dragon Quest X beta is opening some time in the middle of this month, and for the lucky people who get selected by a lottery, they'll receive a limited-edition "Dorakii" h... read
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Asura's Wrath JP date and limited edition confirmed


Nov 03
The upcoming Capcom and CyberConnect2 game Asura's Wrath has been gathering some significant attention this year, with Destructoid offering not just one, but TWO previews of the game, as well as a very thorough interview duri... read
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HD remake of Dreamcast shmup Under Defeat planned


Nov 03
A very random, but very welcome piece of news -- it's been announced that the 2D/3D Dreamcast shmup Under Defeat will be revived and updated via an HD port to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. During a time where SEGA was sadl... read
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Capcom teases you with three games of 'Guess Who?'


Oct 07
Capcom wants us to play a little game together. Take a look at these three new short clips for Street Fighter X Tekken below. Look closely now... What do you see? If you can work out what these images are, then tell us in the comments section below, and show Capcom who's daddy. Don't forget to also voice your feelings on your divine revelations, and whether you welcome them or not. read
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RAWR! Beasts collide in Square Enix's MONSTER x DRAGON


Oct 05
With a title that reminds me of those awful yet glorious B-movies, Square Enix has collaborated with Yahoo! Japan on a new active-time strategy MMORPG called MONSTER x DRAGON. It's actually their second collaboration -- the f... read
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Since Sonic Generations was first announced back in April, the heartstrings of many fans have yet again been pulled one way or another, as they hope that Sega doesn't screw up yet another Sonic game. Even our very own Jim i... read feature

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Capcom newsflash: Zombies attack Tokyo


Sep 26
With Dale showing us Capcom's interesting method of showcasing gameplay for Dead Rising 2: Off the Record recently, Capcom has also enlisted the services of increasingly popular Japanese actor/writer/director SABU to make a ... read
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Next JP PS3 bundle on the list: Final Fantasy XIII-2


Sep 22
The Final Fantasy XIII-2 train has been chugging since January when it announced its existence to the world with a logo, a screenshot, and a teaser trailer. Ever since then there's been more and more screenshots, all of which... read
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Become a BSAA member with 'luxurious' Resident Evil bag


Sep 22
2011 is the 15th anniversary of Resident Evil. A few months back, Capcom announced a massive anniversary box of all the main games apart from 5, which includes HD remakes of Resident Evil 4 and Code Veronica, and now they're ... read
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'It's about time': Nike's limited-edition BTTF sneakers


Sep 09
The wonderful Back to the Future series has been receiving a welcome renaissance over the last few years. With its 25th Anniversary passing by -- commemorated with a Blu-ray collection -- and the welcome addition to the stor... read
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The LPO celebrates its 'Video Game Heroes' with a concert


Sep 05
As part of the Vision Sound Music festival at the Southbank Centre, London, the world renowned London Philharmonic Orchestra put on a special concert dedicated to the wonderful world of videogame music. Entitled "Video Game ... read
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Yakuza 5 development and PSP sequel announced


Sep 05
Sega's Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio ("Like a Dragon" Studio, or just Yakuza Studio to us) has announced two new games currently in the pipeline. The first is the PSP sequel of Yakuza's spin-off series, Kurohyou 2: Asura Hen (Black ... read
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Seminar on working in the Japanese games industry


Sep 02
Japanese high school students and their parents got to hear about the nature of the Japanese games industry at a seminar held at the Tokyo University of Industrial Arts. The panel consisted of CyberConnect2's General Manager ... read
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Dragon Quest 25th Anniversary Collection ready for Japan


Sep 01
On September 15, Square Enix will release a special, Japan-only Wii collection of the first three Dragon Quest games to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the series. The set compiles both the original NES versions and the SNE... read
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Level-5's Ni no Kuni gets release date and PS3 bundle


Aug 31
After nearly a whole year since the DS release of Ni no Kuni: Shikkoku no Madoushi (Second Country: The Jet-Black Mage), the PS3 counterpart's release date has finally been announced. Ni no Kuni: Shiroki Seihai no Joou (Seco... read
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Japanese scientists simulate the future using the Kinect


Aug 23
There's been many things that the Kinect has been made to do that it wasn't designed to. Some were fun. Some were silly. Some were interesting and have potential. And one would perhaps be called "blasphemous" by some. The Nat... read
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Super Mario Land 2 and Metroid II on their way to the 3DS


Aug 20
Some good news for the starved 3DS owners out there. Nintendo is planning to release Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins and Metroid II: The Return of Samus to the eShop via the Virtual Console in the fourth quarter of 2011. ... read
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Sengoku Basara 3 Utage release date announced


Aug 20
The follow-up to Sengoku Basara 3: Samurai Heroes (Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes to us) is coming to the PlayStation 3 and Wii in Japan. Entitled Sengoku Basara 3: Utage ("Utage" being an archaic term for "Party"), Capcom finally revealed that it's coming November 10, 2011. read






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