Merely weeks after HMV confirmed it was cutting store space dedicated to gaming, the company has changed its mind.
Sony has announced that it has set up a website to stream the publisher's E3 2012 press conference live. The site currently has a countdown clock til the company's 4th June conference at 6PM PST (2AM GMT).
As GAME continues to move forward after recent troubles, five senior team members will be leaving the company in a management restructure.
It seems that the PlayStation 2 version of Deus Ex will be coming to the PlayStation 3, as the PEGI ratings have listed a PS3 version of Deus Ex. The game was rated at 16; Deus Ex: Human Revolution was rated for mature gamers with an 18.
Monolith and Warner Bros are releasing an update for all versions of Gotham City Impostors today.
In the wake of the great Mass Effect 3 Ending Scandal 2012, Bioware has announced a free DLC pack that will expand upon the events of the finale.
Vblank Entertainment has announced a munchy, crunchy new cereal based on their upcoming digital title Retro City Rampage - which somehow was already released in the 1980's and found on an old, worn VHS cassette.
"I can really taste the graphics!"
Last week, rumors
circulated that Zipper Interactive was facing closure. Sony has confirmed that the developer has been shuttered.
Everquest Online Adventures is being shut down, and will close its doors on the 29th March. The game was Sony's first console MMO, being released on the PlayStation 2 in 2003.
No reason was given for the MMO being shuttered, but it's probable that with Everquest and Everquest II going free-to-play, and the PlayStation 2 being well past its prime, Online Adventures had become redundant.
Sony has announced on the PlayStation Blog that it is having a fan vote for the best PlayStation games in ten different categories. To entice players into voting, Sony is offering a Players Choice XMB theme - and for voting in the indie category, they'll receive a voucher to download a free XMB theme.
Killzone developer Guerrilla Games' co-founder Arjan Brussee has left the Netherlands-based company to become an executive producer at Visceral Games, which is best known for the Dead Space series. Guerrilla was started in 2004 by Brussee and Arnout van der Kamp.
creator Markus "Notch" Persson created a sir when he expressed an interest in funding a sequel to Double Fine's cult hit Psychonauts, and it seems that rumors have gotten out of hand, according to the developer, culminating in the report he allegedly stated he could cover the entire $13M cost
of Psychonauts 2.
Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson is so devoted to the idea of helping Tim Schafer and Double Fine produce Psychonauts 2, he's pledged he could personally cover the entire $13M in development costs for the game.
The PlayStation Network version of the original Killzone was supposed to be released two weeks ago on the 24th January, but it hasn't appeared since.
Scrolling shooter developer Cave has announced that they will be bringing the Japanese hit game Mushihime-sama to the Xbox 360.
It seems that players will be able to purchase Silent Hill 2 and Silent Hill 3 separately, as an alternative to buying both in the Silent Hill HD Collection bundle.
This was hinted at when the PEGI ratings board listed two different ratings for each game, as well as the Collection.
Major Nelson has announced that a new downloadable content pack is now available for 400 Microsoft Points for Kinect Sports: Season Two. In keeping with the Winter theme, the "Midnight Mountain Ski Pack" is the second DLC to be released for the gesture-driven sports minigame title, which adds three new ski modes.
A lawsuit brought against Square-Enix over alleged "hidden fees" for the MMO Final Fantasy XI has been dismissed by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. The ruling was made last week on the 20th December.
Many gamers have been clamoring for the return of Jimmy Hopkins, the star of Bully, and Rockstar is strongly hinting that they may revisit Bullworth Academy once Max Payne 3 is released. The game was originally released on the PlayStation 2 in 2006, then ported as the Scholarship Edition to the PC, Xbox 360 and Wii two years later.
South African retailer BT Games may have leaked on its online site a Jak & Daxter HD Collection for the PlayStation 3. Jak & Daxter had been all but abandoned since developer Naughty Dog has been working on the Uncharted series. No details about the game, such as what games it includes, were revealed.PS3 has been spotted on South African shop BT Games' website.