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id ESA departure 'probably temporary, not political'

Developers and publishers have been jumping ship from the Entertainment Software Association as of late, without much justification for the departures. The Washington Post reports on possible reasons for this trend, and speaks to Doom developer id Software on why they, like so many others, have...

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Wii Spray transforms Wii-mote into grafitti spraycan

We know what you're thinking, and this isn't it. Rather than being an awesome Jet Set Radio-style game where the Wii Remote functions as a spraycan, this is actually an equally awesome art project. A student at Bauhaus University in Germany modded a Wii-mote, putting the waggle-happy components in...

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Tabula Rasa largely absent from NCSoft financial reports

Wherefore art thou, Tabula Rasa? Though we knew the title's been a bit slow to start, we were still a shocked when Richard Garriott's MMO was largely absent from publisher NCSoft's Q1 financial report. As Massively reports, the title appears only twice throughout the publicly accessible earnings...

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MGS4 PS3 bundle on Amazon.com tomorrow

Interested in the 80GB Metal Gear Solid 4 PS3 bundle? It'll likely be hard to come by on June 12, so those worried about picking one up in person can try their luck online. Amazon.com will be pre-selling the North American branded console bundles tomorrow morning, so best rest up your refreshing...

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Itagaki's departure causes Tecmo stock plummet

Turns out Tomonobu Itagaki's imminent lawsuit might not be Tecmo's biggest problem after all. Within two days of the Ninja Gaiden developer's abrupt resignation from the company, Tecmo shares on the Tokyo Stock Exchange dropped rapidly. Assurances that Team Ninja would remain (largely) intact...

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BioShock ships over 2.2 million

No question: Take-Two lurves their BioShock baby. In an announcement today, the publisher revealed that, to date, BioShock has shipped over 2.2 million units across both the Xbox 360 and Games for Windows platforms. Not too shabby, eh? It's clear that with this news, Take-Two's gearing up for...

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SOE reactivates dead Everquest accounts with Living Legacy initiative

Have you played either Everquest or Everquest II any time in the last nine years? Even if you picked it up and put it down just as quickly, Sony Online Entertainment's giving your character a second lease on life, as it unveils the Living Legacy summer program. In an unprecedented move, SOE has...

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HAWX gets voice control options

Not to be outdone by EndWar's fancy gesture controls, Tom Clancy's HAWX will feature a voice control option, allowing you to squawk commands to your squad mid-dogfight. Eurogamer learned of the feature during UbiDays, but was unable to get further clarification. According to Eurogamer, an Ubisoft...

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Fancy new Fracture site announces October release date

LucasArts has updated the official website for their terrain-deforming third-person shooter Fracture. Now featuring a wide array of videos and other content, the site also proudly claims an October release date for the anticipated title. The website offers videos demonstrating the range of...

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Final Fantasy XI goes boxless

"Boxes? Where we're going we don't need boxes!" So we presume the dialogue went, as Square Enix's MMO Final Fantasy XI eschewed its cardboard, real-world prison for digital distribution. The PC version of the title is still available in "old-school" format, though players can now download the...

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