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  1. EA announces a new American Mcgee's Alice game.



    Spicy Horse Games has announced today during the Redwood EA press conference a new game entitled, Alice: Madness Returns. It is the continuation of the original American Mcgee’s Alice game that came out almost a decade ago, featuring a creepy and distorted perspective on the original novel.

    As explained during the announcement’s segment, the game will take place 10 years after the death of ...

    Updated 06-09-10 at 07:38 by SteveSawyer

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  2. DeathSmiles (Limited Edition) review



    Every time a Japanese shoot’em up gets announced for North America, there is always an irreducible crowd of enthusiasts asking when and where it will come. The amount of people actually following the news on this matter might be kind of small, but the dedication from fans of the genre is exemplary. So, when renowned companies like Cave drop new titles, they get all excited and eager to play the games; ...

    Updated 06-09-10 at 07:38 by SteveSawyer

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  3. Crossfire review



    What could possibly make a classic formula, even better? After all, video games have been in constant evolution and there is a place for innovation even in the smallest forms. Back in the 1980’s, it was common place to see arcade shooters released by several developers. Taito was one of the few Japanese companies at the time, who took advantage of the arcade scene and created several classic games ...

    Updated 06-09-10 at 07:39 by SteveSawyer

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  4. Sega is looking into porting Saturn games to the PSN and XBLA.



    Well, are we ready for the future? According to Sega, we might as well be; After the announcement that Sega Dreamcast games would make the jump on PSN and XBLA. The company has announced that they are “looking into” the possibility of porting several Sega Saturn classics, to Sony’s and Microsoft’s digital distribution services.

    It’s not entirely clear on which titles will be re-released, but it’s ...

    Updated 06-09-10 at 07:40 by SteveSawyer

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  5. Castlevania Harmony of Despair moar like Monster Hunter.



    It seems like Konami is aiming for a solid digital line-up this year. Maybe Japanese developers (at least Konami) have discovered the power of online distribution in North America. It’s hard enough for a Japanese developer to step on the Western market, and claim a decent share.

    Koji Igarashi has finally went the Monster Hunter way. His new exclusive Castlevania game for the XBOX360 ...

    Updated 06-09-10 at 07:40 by SteveSawyer

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