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Monday, May 24, 2010

Halo: Reach drops September 14

"Finish the Fight" was the tagline that Microsoft used when the company promoted the release of Halo 3, the final chapter in the story of series hero Master Chief versus the bad alien guys known as the Covenant. But just because Microsoft told you to finish your fight didn't mean that the end of the Halo franchise was nigh.

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Sunday, April 4, 2010

Exclusive: The latest about the Voltron movie and new animated TV series

[Coming Attractions' reporter Thurston McQ had the exclusive opportunity to visit the offices of World Event Productions where the next Voltron animated TV series and live-action movie are being developed. This is his report. -- Patrick@CA]

The Visit

If you are one of the growing number of visitors to, you will have seen the website’s recent announcement: a new Lion Force animated series is coming to NickToons.

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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Battlestar Galactica Online announced

A massive multiplayer online game based on Syfy's reimagined Battlestar Galactica series is in development and slated for a fall release. To be released by German-based Bigpoint and under development by Arplant, a Norway-based company, Battlestar Galactica Online will recreate the premise of the critically acclaimed sci-fi drama and let players choose between playing the last remnants of humanity or their destroyers, the mechanical Cylons.

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Monday, December 7, 2009

Portal creator heading into Dark Void territory

When it came out in 2007 Valve Software's Portal amazed and delighted the critics and gamers. It took a simple enough concept (use a gun that opens a wormhole and creates two in and out doors), establish a reason to use the portal gun (a mad computer wants to test you and then kill you) and then let you experiment away. Yeah, so simple nobody else had come up with Portal.

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Monday, November 16, 2009

Modern Warfare 2 makes millions

When it came out last Tuesday, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 swiftly became the runaway bestseller that everyone thought it would be. Now the game's publisher and owners of Activision stock are beginning to see what kind of quarter it will be for them with the sales figures from the game's first day in release: Modern Warfare 2 earned $310 million dollars on its first day alone in North America and the United Kingdom.

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Monday, October 26, 2009

More Deadliest Catch game action coming

Video game publisher/developer Crave has signed a deal to make games based on two of The Discovery Channel's most popular and well-known shows, Deadliest Catch and Man vs. Wild.

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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

U2 open to making as much money as The Beatles: Rock Band

Yeah. When The Beatles: Rock Band came out and sold a bajillion copies on 09-09-09, I figured that it would be inevitable that every rock band would get asked if they wanted to cash in on the video game rock star craze. Large sums of cash + vain ego-driven wish fulfillment = is U2 in the house?

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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Dig Dug: The Scary Movie

Video game movies are the easy target for parodies; after all, when the majority of real films based on games are so awful (remain standing in the corner of the room Uwe Boll!), you can expect to see people mocking the absurdity of the phenomena. Yet here we are and Universal has an Asteroids movie in development which only goes to prove that reality is stranger than fiction.

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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Scene It? Twilight to sparkle game players this November

Just in time to cash in on the November theatrical release of The Twilight Saga: New Moon, a Scene It? Twilight trivia game will come out shortly before the movie. Konami will release the game so it can play on standard DVD players as well as the Nintendo Wii game system.

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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Nigeria demands apology from Sony over PS3 ad

The Sony Corporation had to make an apology to the Nigerian government for a recent ad promoting its PlayStation 3. The reason? In the commercial a spokesman compares the rumors about the PS3's price drop to unfounded rumors on the internet. "You can't believe everything you read on the internet," the Sony ad-man says. "Otherwise I'd be a Nigerian millionaire by now." Apparently the government officials in Nigeria spend more time watching TV than doing something about the real criminals in their country.

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Monday, September 21, 2009

2.5 million reasons to get Batman: Arkham Asylum

Since its release on August 25 for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles, and last week's release for the PC, more than 2.5 million copies of Batman: Arkham Asylum have shipped to retailers. That's a staggering number for a title from a new developer (Rocksteady Games in England made the game for Warner Bros. Interactive) but when you consider that nearly all superhero video games have faired poorly with critics and consumers alike, it makes Arkham Asylum's success all that more prominent.

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Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Rock Band: The Beatles out today

The screaming sound you heard coming from your local Best Buy, EB Games or Fry's? The people that just picked up their copy of Rock Band: The Beatles, now available for consumer consumption starting today.

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Sunday, September 6, 2009

Stormtroopers and Rebels blast each other in Call of Duty 4: Galactic Warfare trailer

Two years ago this fall Activision released Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, bringing the action to this first-person shooter franchise to reflect what combat is like in the present day. No one predicted that CoD 4 would be as big as it turned out to be, selling over 13 million console copies and even forcing Activision to spin-off the Modern Warfare games so that they now exist in their own franchise (Modern Warfare 2 hits stores on November 10, 2009.)

But for the PC mod community, CoD 4 exists so that innovative coders can think up cool campaigns that would never be able to exist legally. Case in point: a German-based CoD community called blackMonkeys is programming a mod campaign called Call of Duty 4: Galactic Warfare that replaces the Marines and guerillas from the original game with Imperial Stormtroopers and Rebel soldiers. The group has released a trailer that shows the work they've done and with the action set on Luke Skywalker's homeworld of Tatooine. The gameplay has got that CoD 4 look to it but the Star Wars theme just geeks things up to the next level.

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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Batman: Arkham Asylum streets

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has released Batman: Arkham Asylum, the company's latest video game featuring the Dark Knight in a darker-than-usual adventure. Featuring the voice work of Batman: The Animated Series stars Kevin Conroy as Batman and Mark Hamill as The Joker, Arkham Asylum places Gotham's protector inside the psychiatric hospital where his rogues gallery of adversaries are contained. After returning The Joker to the asylum after his latest escape, Batman is thrust into a situation where all of Arkham's inmates have been loosed and have set traps to take down the hero.

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Thursday, July 2, 2009

Court clears the way for Warner Bros. to buy Midway Games

The path has been cleared for Warner Bros. Entertainment to buy up near all of the assets of bankrupt Midway Games, creator of the Mortal Kombat game franchise. Warners submitted a $33 million dollar bid to gobble up the majority of Midway's intellectual properties like the aforementioned gory fighting game as well as the new Wheelman game, the old arcade classics JoustDefender and Spy Hunter and many others. Even at $33 million bucks, Warners got fire sale prices on these IPs.

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