Gamescom 2010: Day 2 roundup

Gamescom opened its doors on Tuesday 17th August to select members of the press but yesterday the event kicked off proper.

Festivities began with a special Gamescom press conference, followed by more announcements from Konami, Ubisoft and more.

But if you don’t have time to sift through our collection of stories, here’s the complete roundup. And if you missed Tuesday, here’s our day one guide.


PES vs FIFA as release dates collide

Konami’s latest to arrive on October 8th – one week after EA’s FIFA 11

Where on Earth is the PSP2?

Michael Pachter says Sony seems eerily complacent about the device” as in-development successor remains MIA

Hollywood stars land at Gamescom

Celebrities from film, sports and TV spotted at this year’s games show

MS responds to Mass Effect on PS3

Company insists that Xbox 360 remains the best place to experience the Mass Effect franchise”

Gamescom 2011 dated

Koelnmesse already preparing for next year’s event


Portal 2 appearing in Feb

Valve says that fascinating triple-A sequel will land on February 9th 2011

Ubisoft announces Fighters Uncaged

Publisher unveils Kinect-exclusive beat-‘em-up, due in November

Dinosaurs Strike announced for Wii

Ubisoft’s Combat of Giants IP claws its way to retail this Q4

Older PS3 SKUs being phased out

320GB and 160GB consoles to replace existing 250GB and 120GB versions on the High Street

DanceEvolution set for Europe

Dancing Kinect game scheduled for November


Gamescom 2010 opens its doors

The world’s biggest games show kicks off for media and trade

EA quiet about Windows Phone 7

Publisher has "nothing to announce right now" following Xbox Live mobile no-show

Michael Jackson, Just Dance 2 tracks revealed

Ubisoft recreates iconic performances from King of Pop; Just Dance 2 details emerge

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