New Killzone 2 Multiplayer Trailer

Killzone 2 – Online Multiplayer Trailerby PSNowTV We see some new multiplayer vids from Guerrilla’s upcoming shooter. I really like the particle effects, the dust coming off of the surfaces as they are hit by gunfire, and I like the intensity. It looks raw. It looks as if the game will have classes or something, COD4 style. We see Infantry (or something), somebody with the ability to use C4 and explosives, and a sniper at least. It could be interesting,... 

Playstation Spot Vid shows vids from DKΣ3713

Still kinda bummed out about the lack of anything tangible from Squares DKΣ3713 event? Well Cheer up, I got a video featuring all kinds of footage from the event. You get to see footage of Dissidia, Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep, The 3rd Birthday (Parasite Eve 3), Final Fantasy Versus 13, Final Fantasy 13, Final Fantasy Agito 13, and Final Fantasy: Advent Children Complete. Now, to be honest, not too much of what is shown here is new, and you see the most... 

Squares DKΣ3713 Coverage

So, it has come and passed, and still no FF7 Remake announcement has been made. Still that won’t kill the hopes of many clamoring fans (like myself, haha). Still, much has been announced and it seems that Square (or maybe just Nomura) is going to be showing the PSP a lot of love. Officially, Both “Final Fantasy Agito 13” and “The 3rd Birthday” (Parasite Eve 3) are coming to the PSP. Oh and that “Big FF7 related announcement”?... 

“Raven Squad” Announced for 360/PC

Southpeak Games has recently announced that their new RTS/FPS hybrid called Raven Squad: Operation Hidden Dagger is going to be released on the Xbox 360 console and the for the PC as well.  The game isn’t coming until this fall, but is sure to be a revolutionary game with a new take on FPS gameplay.  Read More →

Preview of James Bond: Quantum of Solace

There’s some new information being kicked around by the developers for this one.  A series of screenshots were just released to tease us for the future release of this companion to the Bond movie of the same name.  The graphics look pretty sharp but I’m worried about some descriptions. I feel a mix of hope and fear towards this new title.  The game has been picked up by developing powerhouse Treyarch and uses the same engine as Call of Duty 4. ... 

Soul Calibur IV to take over your HDD?

PlayAsia (site in Japanese) has just listed Soul Calibur IV’s game data to weigh in at 6.7 GB, and the save data will weigh in at a measly 2 GB.  Right now it’s just a rumor, but it is a bummer to all of us who have filled our hard drives up with videos and demos.  Especially those of us with the smaller hard drives.  I don’t know if I’m ready to surrender almost half of my 20 GB Xbox 360 hard drive to just one game, especially for... 

Metal Gear Retrospective part 6

The Final part to Gametrailer’s epic retrospective of the Metal Gear series has finally been posted. Do yourself a favor and give it a watch.  Read More →

Itagaki leaves Tecmo

Tomonobu Itagaki, who best known for his creation of the Dead or Alive series (and his sunglasses), has officially sent in his resignation to Tecmo. Itagaki is suing the company for unpaid bonuses (from his completion of DOA4) and emotional damages. In his statement he explains his reasons for leaving, and apologies to his fans. This crept up on us all rather quickly, as Ninja Gaiden II is scheduled for release in just a few short hours. To view his full statement,... 

Metal Gear Retrospective Part 4

The fourth installment to Gametrailer’s marvelous Metal Gear Retrospective has been released. Hit the jump to check it out.  Read More →

Aeon Genesis Releases Live-A-Live 2.0 Patch

I’m sure there are people out there who appreciate certain aspects of the emulation community, such as having those previously Japan only games available in english at your disposal. Probly the single best place out there for English patches is Aeon Genesis, and they have just released They’re V2.0 patch for the old Japan-only snes RPG from Squaresoft, Live-A-Live. Live-A-Live Project Page  Read More →