Daily Archives: April 24, 2013

Canadian Study Shows Games Are Good For Something

A study on adults with lazy eye, or amblyopia, has shown playing Tetris can help to correct eye problems. About these ads

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Satoru Iwata is the new Nintendo of America CEO

The promotion of the current Nintendo of America CEO implies his departure back to Japan, and as such, the chair has officially been given to the current president of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata.

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The XCOM FPS has been ‘Refined’; “Only a matter of days” Until Its Reveal

Last week, we reported that the upcoming XCOM FPS has “disappeared” from the internet. Apparently, the game’s website and trailers have been taken down because a more refined version of the tactical FPS is in the works.

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‘Dragon’s Crown’ Gets a Release Date

First announced way back at E3 in 2011, Vanillaware’s 2D action RPG game finally has a release date. It looks as if you’ll have a fresh new title to give your PS3 and Vita some loving this summer.

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Nordic Games Speaks on ‘Darksiders’ Franchise

Nordic Games have openly spoke about their intentions for the Darksiders franchise, during an interview with Eurogamer.

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Dragon Age: Origins – Ultimate Edition 75% Off on Steam

If you still haven’t experienced Dragon Age: Origins, one of the best RPGs that came out this generation, then be sure that now is the right time for you to take up arms and venture into Ferelden.

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Pizza Hut Bring Ordering App to Xbox 360 Consoles

If you have ever wanted to order pizza straight from your console, your dreams have come true. Pizza Hut have teamed up with Microsoft to produce a brand new Xbox Live app, that allows players to build their order from scratch on their Xbox 360.

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‘Assassin’s Creed 3: Tyranny of King Washington – Redemption’ Trailer

Ubisoft has released the launch trailer for the final episode for the Assassin’s Creed 3: Tyranny of King Washington DLC series, entitled ‘Redemption‘. Showcasing  Connor’s confrontation with George Washington himself, the climatic [...]
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Live-Stream: ‘Beyond: Two Souls’ Tribeca Film Festival Event

Last month Beyond: Two Souls was Officially selected to be part of the Tribeca Film Festival, with an exclusive live-stream of the event to take place in New York, Saturday April 27 7.30 EDT. Analog Addiction will be offering live-coverage of the event, [...]
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Vivid Entertainment to Welcome ‘Last of Us’ Developer to 2013 Line Up

Sony Computer Entertainment Australia has today announced a collaboration with Vivid Ideas, the creative industries and business event pillar of Vivid Sydney. Together they will host a panel event entitled ‘The Making of…a blockbuster [...]
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‘Gears of War: Judgment’ Review

      Platform: Xbox 360 Genre: Third-Person Shooter Developer: Epic Games, People Can Fly Publisher: Microsoft Studios

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Splinter Cell: Blacklist Wii U Trailer Showcases Gamepad Features

The latest trailer for Splinter Cell: Blacklist has been released by Ubisoft. The trailer focuses on the Wii U and some of the functions the gamepad will be used for. Some options include marking targets, choosing weapons, and using the built in gyroscope [...]
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Report – Batman Arkham Origins Has Multiplayer

A new rumour suggests the upcoming Batman Arkham Origins will feature a multiplayer mode.  

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Beyond Two Souls Script Is 2000 Pages Long

The script for Quantic Dream’s upcoming Beyond Two Souls has a script comprised of 2000 pages. Written by studio head David Cage, a picture of the weighty script was posted on CNET’s Dan Ackerman’s Facebook page. The picture itself is not [...]
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PR Reps Steal Call of Duty Funding Cash

Two PR reps handling the Call of Duty franchise have stolen thousands of pounds from the profits of one of the games a court heard. As reported in the Metro, PR exec Kathryn Kirton used the money to pay for engagement celebrations, designer clothes and [...]
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