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You decide what goes in the Borderlands 2 collector’s edition; also, a survey

You decide what goes in the Borderlands 2 collector’s edition; also, a survey

Gearbox is all ears (and other limbs, internal organs and appendages — they’re not freaks) for the contents of the Borderlands 2 collector’s edition, asking for creative fan suggestions to fill out its packaging. Post your collector’s edition dreams in the official forum, or right here, as Gearbox has promised to read our own thread […]

Rock Band Weekly: Weezer, Janis Joplin

Rock Band Weekly: Weezer, Janis Joplin

Next week’s batch of Rock Band DLCincludes a fourth track pack from Weezer and “Me and Bobby McGee” from Janis Joplin. That Bobby McGee sounds like such a nice boy, type of guy you want to travel the country with, visit Salinas.

Over 500 developers working on Call of Duty franchise

Over 500 developers working on Call of Duty franchise

There are more than 500 people, across four or five studios, keeping the Call of Duty franchise running on a yearly schedule. It appears that keeping the franchise annualized isn’t as simple as one studio takes the helm every year, with the ball previously bouncing between Treyarch and Infinity Ward. This year’s installment, Modern Warfare […]

Infinity Ward’s day in court: May 7, 2012

Infinity Ward’s day in court: May 7, 2012

Former Infinity Ward bossmen Jason West and Vincent Zampella have an official court date of May 7, 2012 to settle their dispute with Activision. West and Zampella seek $125 million in unpaid royalties from Modern Warfare 2 sales and wish to reclaim their contractual rights to the Modern Warfare brand. Activision fired both developers in […]

EA Crytek’s shooter coming to Xbox LIVE and PSN next month

EA Crytek’s shooter coming to Xbox LIVE and PSN next month

September 9, 2011 – Electronic Arts and award-winning developer, Crytek GmbH, announced today that the critically-acclaimed Crysis® franchise will debut a new experience on Xbox LIVE® and PlayStation® Network. In October 2011, shooter fans will be able to download a modified and enhanced version of the award-winning single-player campaign from the original Crysis, remastered for […]

EA has made $10 – $15 million off Online Pass

EA has made $10 – $15 million off Online Pass

You may know EA as simply a company that creates and publishes games, but we’re pretty sure the company is full of wizards. How else can you explain conjuring up between $10 and $15 million dollars? That’s what the Online Pass has helped the company do, CFO Eric Brown revealed (via Gamasutra). “The revenues we […]

Relic Entertainment holds charity auction to mark developer Brian Wood’s death

Relic Entertainment holds charity auction to mark developer Brian Wood’s death

If you’ve finished the game, you’ll know that Relic Entertainment’s recently released Warhammer 40000: Space Marine is dedicated to developer Brian Wood, who passed away in a car accident last year (but not before turning the car so that his pregnant wife would survive the wreck). This week happens to mark the one year anniversary […]

ICO and Shadow of the Colossus has reversible boxart, Last Guardian not at TGS

ICO and Shadow of the Colossus has reversible boxart, Last Guardian not at TGS

The North American box art for the ICO and Shadow of the Colossus Collection is … not super great. We’re no graphic designers or anything, but we do prefer our game cases to be a tad less hideous than that. Fortunately, the flipside of that cover plays host to a much more appealing vision: A […]

White PS3 coming to Europe and Australia this November

White PS3 coming to Europe and Australia this November

If you’re currently taking up residence in Europe or Australia and don’t already possess a PlayStation 3, you might want to hold off on making the big purchase until the holiday season. According to retailer listings in the two continents, Sony will launch the 320GB Ceramic White PS3 model (which has been available in Japan […]

Report: Kimura, Wada leave Grasshopper Manufacture

Report: Kimura, Wada leave Grasshopper Manufacture

Two of Grasshopper Manufacture’s recent high-profile hires have left the company as of last month, Siliconera reports. Former Marvelous president Yasuhiro Wada and Little King’s Story creator Yoshiro Kimura both left Marvelous and joined Grasshopper in 2010. Both had previously worked with Suda 51 as producers on No More Heroes. We’re unsure what the two […]