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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Rock Band and Star Trek team up

Viacom-owned Paramount Pictures and MTV Games are teaming up to promote the studio's upcoming May 8 release of their new Star Trek movie by giving away thousands of Rock band music downloads during the month of April. I'm certain that Captain Kirk would be grinning from his command chair while shredding on an axe that Scotty made in engineering and trying to hit the notes coming down on the bridge's viewscreen.

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Monday, March 23, 2009

New lady blood for Ghostbusters game

When news that the original quartet of Ghostbusters would be lending their voices to Atari's new Ghostbusters video game, the news was greeted with much rejoicing from fans. However, once people had time to settle down a new question immediately formed in their thoughts: would Sigourney Weaver be also coming back to reprise her character in the game? For months we've wondered whether the absence of Weaver's name from the Ghostbusters game meant just that.

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Marvel pacts on two new MMOs

Marvel Entertainment and game development company Gazillion Entertainment have announced their plans to create and release at least two massive-multiplayer online (MMO) video games based on Marvel's pantheon of superheroes.

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Monday, March 9, 2009

George Miller talks Mad Max video game

The road to try and make a new Mad Max adventure -- whether in film or video games or both -- is proving to be just as challenging as surviving in Max's post-apocalyptic world. Director George Miller had been gearing up to make a fourth movie called Fury Road but 9/11 put an end to it before one scene had been shot. He's also been working on a Mad Max video game but little is known about where it stood in its development.

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Thursday, March 5, 2009

The Beatles: Rock Band bows 09-09-09

MTV Games, Harmonic and The Apple Corporation (the one owned by The Beatles, not Mr. iPod) have announced a street date of September 9 for The Beatles: Rock Band. If you thought that this whole Rock Band/Guitar Hero thing was big before, this one is going to be a tsunami.

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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Watchmen: The End is Nigh and downloading now

WB Games' Watchmen: The End is Nigh was released today and is now available for download on Microsoft's Xbox Live and Sony's PSN networks as well as for the PC. Developed by Deadline Games, the third-person action title lets you play as either Rorschach or Nite-Owl II during the height of their partnership in the 1970s, before superheroes were outlawed in the Watchmen universe.

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Monday, February 23, 2009

Mass Effect 2 confirmed with a trailer

A teaser trailer confirming the development of Mass Effect 2 has gone up on BioWare's website for their sci-fi RPG franchise. After confirming your age with the site you'll then see what lies in store for Commander Shepard, the human hero that players made decisions for in the first Mass Effect.

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Thursday, February 19, 2009

The Return of American McGee's Alice

A new American McGee's Alice game has been officially announced by Electronic Arts today at DICE 2009, one of the industry's biggest conferences for game developers.

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Monday, February 16, 2009

Game over for Aliens RPG?

It's looking bleak for SEGA's role-playing game set within the universe of Aliens. For two years Obsidian Entertainment has been toiling away making the untitled Aliens RPG, without a release date in sight. Now, days after SEGA announced that it has plans to make a new Aliens vs. Predator video game, unconfirmed rumors have surfaced that the company has shut down development on the Aliens RPG, effectively killing it.

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Thursday, February 5, 2009

The Saw game finds a new home

Rumor has it that Konami has picked up the former Brash video game title based on Lionsgate's Saw franchise and will release it this October in conjunction with Saw VI.

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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Bourne again on game consoles

Expect to play more video games based on the creations of Robert Ludlum, writer of The Bourne Identity. Electronic Arts has struck a deal with Ludlum Entertainment that allows the software developer/distributor to make games based on Ludlum properties.

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Friday, January 16, 2009

Leaked Star Wars Battlefront III footage

What you're about to view is supposed leaked test footage from Star Wars Battlefront III, a game that was in development by Free Radical before the company shut down its office last month. Rumor has it that the build for SWB3 has been handed off to Renegade or Pandemic Studios.

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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Did the Indiana Jones next gen game get nuked?

According to unnamed sources that supposedly work inside LucasArts, IGN is reporting that the unnamed next gen Indiana Jones video game has been quietly cancelled.

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Saturday, January 10, 2009

Ghostbusters: The Game to scare you in June

Atari Games has set a release date for Ghostbusters: The Game and it will coincide with the release of the 25th anniversary of the original film in 1984. Featuring the likenesses and voices of the show's stars, Bill Murray, Dan Ackroyd, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson, the highly anticipated game blasts onto store shelves on Tuesday, June 16, 2009.

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Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Movie composers make big bucks in video games

Offering proof of the growing crossover between the worlds of film and video games, The Seattle Times showcases how film composers are increasingly coming over to score the soundtrack for video games and make big bucks doing it.

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