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10:45 AM on 03.05.2013

Jerry Bruckheimer Games is no more

Do you remember Jerry Bruckheimer Games? You would be forgiven if you didn't. After we first heard that the studio would be partnering with MTV in 2007, and then that it had acquired talent from Microsoft and Ubisoft in ...

Darren Nakamura


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Review: Dance Central 3 photo
Review: Dance Central 3
by Chris Carter

The Dance Central franchise took me by surprise. In the very early stages of Kinect, I was extremely skeptical of the tech --  to be blunt, I didn't really believe in it. After testing the first entry at E3, however, I was pretty much sold that it could work given the right developer, which given Harmonix's pedigree should have been obvious from the start.

Eventually Dance Central became the de facto "Kinect showoff" game in my household, and I still enjoy it from time to time with my wife. In short, the series pretty much delivers everything you expect from it.

So does Dance Central 3 carry on the legacy?

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11:00 PM on 09.04.2012

Sifl and Olly are sock puppets that review videogames

The late 1990s were a very different time for entertainment. It was a time when MTV played music videos most of the time, and when they didn't, it was usually so they could show you something that you couldn't find anywhere ...

Jonathan Holmes

1:48 PM on 06.04.2012

E3: Harmonix 'ushers' in Dance Central 3

With over four million units sold across the world, you knew this was coming. All the same, I am EXCITE (yes, as in I am now the literal walking embodiment of the word "excite"). Dance Central 3 was just officially announced...

Holly Green

11:30 PM on 01.09.2012

Ne-Yo's 'Closer' is coming to Dance Central 2 tomorrow

Been getting enough of the dance game craze yet? Well, I'm sure some of you out there aren't because the dancing games are still selling like crazy. As a result, new DLC is on the way for Dance Central 2 tomorrow and this tim...

Brett Zeidler

3:00 PM on 11.03.2011

New Alan Wake & BioWare title, MGS:Rising to debut at VGA

It's almost that time of the year again: the run-up to the Video Game Awards and the inevitable announcements of new games as Call of Duty steals some Best Character award from a game that actually has characters. First of al...

Maurice Tan



E3: Act a fool with Yoostar on MTV photo
E3: Act a fool with Yoostar on MTV
by Tony Ponce

Earlier this year, Yoostar 2 launched onto the Xbox 360 and PS3, allowing players to insert themselves into their favorite movies. Shortly thereafter, the game was integrated with Yoostar Playground, adding expanded social functionality to the core game. Players could upload their videos onto Yoostar Playground and, from there, send it to Twitter, Facebook, or even YouTube, while those without the game could still vote on their favorite performances.

At E3 and in the presence of an ever slick Snoop Dogg, the Yoostar Entertainment Group announced a partnership with MTV to bring Yoostar on MTV exclusively for Kinect. Players can act out scenes from MTV's vast catalog of original programming or music videos. And yes, that includes Jersey Shore.

Aside from the new content, Yoostar on MTV includes improved green screen tech to reduce pixelation and the chances of your head getting cut from the frame border. Also, 4 GB 360 Slim users can play this time around, expanding the experience to players lacking a hard drive.

Those ready to act a complete fool alongside Snooki and company can pick up Yoostar on MTV later this year for $49.99.

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4:00 PM on 02.04.2011

MTV Games closes its doors

After Viacom's sale of Harmonix, it looks like MTV Games is closing up shop, according to MCV. The company's international office was reportedly closed on Wednesday, with only a handful of financial staff on hand in the compa...

Nick Chester

3:00 AM on 12.22.2010

Dance Central DLC: Janet Jackson, Rihanna and Blur

Here's a video promoting the latest batch of DLC for Dance Central. You can see moves performed for "Control" by Janet Jackson, "Disturbia" by Rihanna and the always excellent of "Girls & Boys" by Blur. Watching this tra...

Conrad Zimmerman



Leave the house, visit a store, get free Rock Band 3 DLC photo
Leave the house, visit a store, get free Rock Band 3 DLC
by Nick Chester

You should already have your free DJ Hero and Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock downloadable content. But how about something for Rock Band 3? Sure, why not!

This one involves leaving the house, so put on some pants. This Friday is apparently "Record Store Day." What's a record store? You know, it's kind of like The Pirate Bay but you actually pay for physical copies of things there, and the clerks talk shit about your purchase choices behind your back.

Anyhow… the point: Harmonix and MTV Games are getting in on this as well, and visiting a local "Record Store Day" retailer will get you a free token that will allow you to download The Doors' "Roadhouse Blues" for Rock Band 3. Neat!

You can find a local participating store by visiting the official "Record Store Day" website.

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7:30 AM on 10.08.2010

If Jersey Shore were an RPG

This is probably good for a chuckle. It portrays a terrifying vision of the future in which Jersey Shore is licensed and produced as a videogame. Thankfully, the blow is softened somewhat by how clearly it's satire. Sti...

Conrad Zimmerman





10:00 PM on 10.05.2010

Rock Band surpasses 2,000 songs next week

Here's my dilemma, one that I'm sure many of you can relate with: I can't go to the Rock Band store. Physically, I can, but knowing how many worthwhile songs are up for purchase and how impulse buying is far too easy when it ...

Jordan Devore

6:30 PM on 10.04.2010

Surprise reveal from major electronics firm coming today

I won't even claim to know what this is. We just wanted to point this out so that you can wait alongside us and maybe throw out some guesses while we wait.  What are we waiting for? Well, it seems that a "major consumer ...

Dale North

11:00 AM on 09.24.2010

Rock Band DLC: The Doobie Brothers make Rock Band debut

Like it does every week, a bunch of music is coming to the Rock Band store next week. Spot the tracks that don't quite fit in. (Hint: They're performed by a group that rhymes with The Boobie Mothers.) Anthrax – “...

Nick Chester

11:20 AM on 09.15.2010

Rock Band 3's Pro Guitar for dummies

Playing a real guitar is complicated, at least more so than picking up a five-button plastic one. Teaching someone to play guitar, even more so. Doing it with a videogame using and expanding on an existing "gameplay vocabular...

Nick Chester

8:20 AM on 09.13.2010

Bob Marley 'greatest hits' album coming to Rock Band

When Rock Band 3 hits shelves on October 26, Bob Marley & The Wailer's "Get Up, Stand Up" will be playable on the disc. But it won't be Marley's Rock Band debut -- according to a commercial spotted on VH1 Classic, the mus...

Nick Chester