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Kane & Lynch 2 unveiled

Square Enix Europe has finally issued its official confirmation of Danish studios IO Interactive’s adult action game sequel Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days, which will be published under the Eidos label. In the words of the publisher, every aspect of the game has been designed to deliver a fresh …

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New 360 Wireless Adapter dated

Microsoft has confirmed that its new Xbox 360 Wireless Network Adapter will be released in the UK on November 20th. The platform holder also told Eurogamer that the device will cost 59.99 – the same price as the current wi-fi adapter that has been available since the console’s launch. The …

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Criterions Need for Speed in 2010

Publisher EA has confirmed that next year’s iteration of its Need for Speed IP will not be a sequel to either Shift or Nitro but will instead be the still mysterious Criterion developed instalment. Speaking after EA’s recent financial report, EA Games label president Frank Gibeau confirmed: In recent years, …

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LittleBigPlanet PSP dated

You’d best get those orders in quick – the PSP version of LittleBigPlanet is just two weeks away, SCEE has today confirmed. Speaking to CVG, a rep for Sony Europe has confirmed that Media Molecule’s handheld version of its celebrated PS3 platformer will be released in the UK on November …

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Marvel names 2011 games slate

Having first been name-dropped by Marvel over two years ago, the dedicated video games for comic favourites Captain America and Thor will finally make it to market in 2011. The news was spotted by Gamespot in Marvel’s recent quarterly financial report. Thor’s outing is scheduled for a May 2011 release …

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Euro PS3 movie service explained

Though the exact launch date and pricing remains a tightly guarded secret at SCEE, Sony has at least revealed a little bit of information about its PSN movie and TV rental service, which is due to go live in the UK next month. Dubbed the PlayStation Network Video Delivery Service”, …

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Post-PS3 losses hit $4.7bn

As part of today’s financial report, Sony has confirmed that since the launch of the PS3 its PlayStation operations have lost a total of $4.965bn For its 2007 financial year – the period that followed the launch of PS3 – losses for Sony’s PlayStation operations hit $1.97bn. Despite falls over …

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Ghost Recon: Predator named

It seems that Ubisoft’s next instalment in its successful FPS-strategy series Ghost Recon will be called Ghost Recon: Predator, if a new ruling from the Australian Office of Film and Literature Classification is anything to go by. The OFLC has granted a 15+ rating on the mysterious title, which is …

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NFS: Nitro gets early release

With its next-gen cousin Need for Speed: Shift still riding high in the UK charts, publisher EA has announced that it has bought forward the release date for it’s second NFS title of the year, Nitro. Originally scheduled for release on November 20th, the Wii and DS game will now …

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Ju-On to haunt Halloween

Publisher Rising Star Games is looking to capitalise on the Halloween season to drive its milestone release, Ju-On: The Grudge. The social horror title, based on the iconic Japanese movie, holds particular importance for the publisher – as it is the 50th video game that Rising Star has released since …

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