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Thursday, August 12, 2010

:: Games :: Technology :: PlayStation3 :: Wii :: Xbox 360 :: PSN :: Xbox LIVE ::
Netflix Set to Introduce Films From Paramount, LionsGate, and MGM

Instant Streaming Set to Get a Major Boost with Blockbuster Titles Hitting Netflix

The popular internet streaming video service, Netflix, on Wednesday unveiled a new near-$1Billion deal that will allow the service to stream films from Paramount, LionsGate and MGM studios. This means blockbuster titles such as Iron Man 2 and Star Trek will soon be available for instant streaming.

As a part of the deal, signed with Epix TV, the station owned by all three studios, Netflix will be permitted to stream films that premier on Epix 90 days in advance. In essence, three months after its' debut on Epic, it will debut and be readily available on Netflix.

Netflix is set to start streaming these Epix releases on September 1st.

Source: Kotaku

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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

:: Games :: PlayStation3 :: PSP :: Wii ::
Namco Announces 3 New Entries in Tales Series

Leaked pictures of the newest edition of V Jump magazine reveal two new Tales games, one enhanced port.

While Namco's track record with regards to localizing its Tales line of RPGs has been a sore spot of series fans for years, those disappointed by Tales of Graces being skipped over may have a second shot. Scans of this month's V Jump revealed Tales of Graces F, a PlayStation 3 port of the game due out later this year with various extras. There's no guarantee Graces F will fare any better with Namco's North American branch, however the lack of region locking on the PlayStation 3 does lend itself better to importing.

Also announced today was Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 3 for the PSP. The third entry in the series will feature over 80 characters, including the main protagonist from Tales of Graces, and is set to be released sometime next year.

Finally, we received our first glimpse of the next "mothership" title in the series. The 13th core entry, as yet untitled, will be a PlayStation 3 exclusive. The only image shown was of a city, so details beyond the announcement are virtually nonexistent. Team Symphonia, also responsible for Tales of the Abyss and Tales of Vesperia, is rumored to be the developer. We're still far from seeing it release in Japan, however if any of these games do make it out of Japan this will probably be the one.


Source: NeoGAF

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Posted by Warp on 07/28 at 05:28 PM [0 Trackbacks]

:: Games :: Wii :: Classic Systems :: Emulation ::
Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest Next Up for Virtual Console

The Australian classification board gives away Square Enix's next digital port.

Back in the early 90's, as part of then-Squaresoft's efforts to expand the console-style RPG market, an "entry-level" RPG was created specifically for English-speaking gamers. Titled Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest, the hope that was by forgoing the difficulty of Dragon Quest and the main Final Fantasy series, while also streamlining and simplifying the game's core mechanics, people traditionally not interested in RPGs would give the game a chance.

Now, nearly twenty years later, Mystic Quest is set to return via the Wii's Virtual Console. While the port hasn't been officially confirmed at the time of this posting, the Australian ratings board has approved the game for release with Nintendo marked as its publisher. As Super Nintendo games are typically 800 Wii Points ($8), perhaps another new generation of non- and casual-gamers can soon be introduced to the RPG genre with a simple impulse purchase?


Source: Siliconera

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:: Games :: PlayStation3 :: Wii :: Xbox 360 ::
Capcom and Sega No Shows for Germany's GamesCom

This year's GamesCom, scheduled for August 18th through the 22nd in Cologne, Germany, will be without two of Japan's largest publishers.

North America has the Electronics Entertainment Expo, Japan has the Tokyo Game Show, and last year saw the appearance of GamesCom, Europe's unified display of game publisher's latest and greatest. Despite roughly 245,000 visitors attending last year's convention, largely due to the convention being open to the public, Sega formally announced earlier this month that they would not be attending this year's show. A "commercial decision" was given as the reasoning for the publisher's absence.

Following this Capcom announced late last week that they, too, will not be participating in this year's show. "GamesCom allows publishers and developers an excellent opportunity to promote their titles to both consumers and media," reads the official statement on Capcom Europe's website. "In the case of consumers we feel it makes sense for them to experience the titles that will be available in stores over the next few months and right now we have confirmed two titles for release between August and the end of the year Dead Rising 2 and Sengoku Basara Samurai Heroes." As the original Dead Rising was banned in Germany and the eagerly anticipated sequel is still awaiting an official rating from the country's rating board, Capcom has decided to forgo making an appearance all together. Why recently released games couldn't be put on display alongside the upcoming two remains unanswered, however Capcom will still be showing these games and others to the media around the time of GamesCom.


Source: Capcom Europe, via Kotaku

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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

:: Games :: PlayStation3 :: Wii :: Xbox 360 ::
NHL 11 Soundtrack Featuring Hockey Anthems, Not Pop-Rock

EA Sports Reveals NHL 11 to break the cycle of pop-rock soundtracks in hockey games.

EA Sports has long been criticized for their music selection when it comes to their highly acclaimed hockey games, something that has annoyed fans and often felt out-of-place in the game and on the ice. EA Sports today revealed, however, that their latest offerings, NHL 11 and NHL Slapshots, will feature a soundtrack full of anthemic arena-rockers, including hair metal favourites such as Europe's "The Final Countdown" and The Ramones' "Blitzkrieg Bop."

Five songs slated for inclusion in the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 version, NHL 11, will not be featured on the Wii's NHL Slapshots.

The complete soundtracks for NHL 11 and NHL Slapshots:

In NHL 11
* In Whispers - Here I Stand
* Airbourne - Bottom Of The Well - No Guts. No Glory.
* Bullet For My Valentine - Your Betrayal - Fever
* Megadeth - Dialectic Chaos - Endgame
* Pantera - Walk - Vulgar Display Of Power

In NHL 11 and NHL Slapshot
* Danko Jones - Full of Regret - Below The Belt
* 2 Unlimited - Twilight Zone - Get Ready!
* Black Box - Strike It Up - Dreamland
* Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Mama Taught Me Better - Beat The Devil's Tattoo
* Bouncing Souls - Oli! - Hopeless Romantic
* Darude - Sandstorm - Before The Storm
* Dropkick Murphys - Shipping Up To Boston (Live) - Live On Lansdowne, Boston MA
* Europe - The Final Countdown - The Final Countdown
* Foxy Shazam - Unstoppable - Foxy Shazam
* Ramones - Blitzkrieg Bop - Ramones
* The Black Keys - Howlin' For You - Brothers

Source: Kotaku

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