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  • Square doesn't rule out future FFVII projects

    Square Enix's Yoshinori Kitase has admitted that the Japanese software giant may end up developing yet more additions to the Final Fantasy VII universe, despite the fact the release Advent Children Complete on Blu-ray was supposed to signal the end of any FFVII-related productions. "In Japan...

  • North American PSN update; May 7, 2009

    North America's PlayStation Network update has once again decimated Europe's. First off, Sony's renewed focus on PSone Classics is fantastic; Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage and two other titles have been added. Just a few other highlights: demos for Savage Moon and X-Men Origins: Wolverine have arrived, as h...

  • European PSN update; May 7, 2009

    Looks like it's slim pickings this week for European PS3 owners. Those who haven't tried out Savage Moon can now do so with the game's European demo, while reckless drivers can take solace in the free Wheelman DLC. Meanwhile, ancient history buffs will appreciate the latest LittleBigPlanet content p...

  • Disney Sing It: Pop Hits announced for PS3

    Disney Interactive has unwrapped the first details on the in-development Disney Sing It: Pop Hits, which features 30 master recordings and popular music videos from fan favourites such as Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers, Taylor Swift, Colbie Caillat, Demi Lovato, Hannah Montana, Jesse McCartney, Coldpla...

  • SEGA working on Yakuza prequel, says Famitsu

    According to the cover of Japan’s latest Weekly Famitsu, SEGA is in the process of developing a brand new entry in the Yakuza franchise. Scans of the article itself have yet to surface, but early reports suggest that the game will take the form of a prequel featuring a young Kazuma Kiryu. ...

  • Apple Inc. to buy out Electronic Arts?

    In what would potentially be one of the biggest moves to transpire in the videogames industry, Apple Inc. is supposedly playing with the idea of buying out developing and publishing giant, Electronic Arts. Indeed, it seems only a short while ago that EA was in play to purchase and takeover Take-Two ...

  • Capcom bringing dozens of PS1 and PSP games to PSN over next few months

    Capcom has arguably supported the PlayStation Store the most out of all of the major third-party publishers. The company even has its own section in Sony's online store. To cement their position as a leader in the online space, the company told Joystiq that a whopping 20 to 40 PSone classics and PSP...

  • Thief IV to be unveiled on May 11

    According to the latest issue of Edge, Eidos Montreal will be revealing their second project, Thief IV, on May 11. Details on the sequel are sketchy at best, though according to a comment made by former Eidos CEO Rob Dyer back in 2005, there’s a strong possibility the follow-up may take pla...

  • ESRB reveals five more PSone titles for PSN

    According to the ESRB, several more PSone titles are coming to the PlayStation Network in North America (and likely Europe), including multiple games from both the Spyro and Street Fight Alpha series. Here are five more confirmed PSone classics: Spyro: Year of the Dragon Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage...

  • Pachter: 'Next generation' to begin 2013 or later

    Michael Pachter, noted video game analyst, has predicted that the 'true' next generation of consoles will not arrive until at least 2013, if ever. “We do not expect a 'new' console in 2010 (other than the long-rumored high definition Wii, which is likely to upgrade the Wii to current consol...

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