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Piracy discourages future PixelJunk PSP port plans

Q-Games president Dylan Cuthbert has suggested that rampant piracy of his studio's optimized PSP port, PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe (PJMD), has deterred its plans for further PSP development. "I don't think we'll port anything else to the PSP, we have to see how PJMD does as there's a *lot* of...

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Konami pitches Power Pro franchise to iPhone

Click image to dust off more screens Konami's long-running Power Pro series (known as Jikkyō Powerful Pro Yakyū in Japan) has hit the iPhone. Known for its implementation of light RPG elements and memorable character style, it's one of Japan's longest-running gaming series, and for $3.99, you...

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Radical job listings might hint at Wii Prototype port

We're doing our best not to let our imaginations run away with this, so here are the facts: As superannuation recently noticed, Radical Entertainment is looking for a Wii designer with an "affinity for 3rd Person 'Open-World' Camera Design/Functionality" and a Wii programmer to "take game features...

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Dark Sector PC port coming to US

OK, we're going to drop something on you right now, and it may be a little hard for some of you stuffed-shirt critic types to hear: Dark Sector was rad. Not great, not perfect, rad. You were a half cyborg and you ran around throwing an electric murder plate at bad guys. If every video game, movie...

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Safecracker to open on Wii this fall

It'll come as no surprise to fans that the Wii has sort of a dual nature. On the one hand, it's a platform for some of the most imaginative, creative titles to be released on consoles, but, on the other, it's the Statue of Liberty for ports, accepting the tired, the poor and all of the huddled...

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First screens of 'The Incredible Hulk' on Wii

True story: We were originally going to call this post "The Incredible Hulk on Wii looks like The Incredible Hulk on 360 and PS3, but worse," but we realized that if we did that, we would be hitting the nail so squarely on the head that we wouldn't have anything to say in the actual post. So ......

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Gameloft phoning in more WiiWare ports

Well, actually, they're remaking cell phone games, but the title kinda works. We actually approve of the population of the WiiWare service with new games from anybody. Mobile developer Gameloft has announced three more WiiWare games in addition to Block Breaker Deluxe. TV Show King is actually an...

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Rockstar working 'around the clock' to quell 360's Bully issues

Having forked over their precious lunch money to recent current-gen graduate, Bully: Scholarship Edition, some Xbox 360 owners have expressed dissatisfaction with the game's technical performance. Though it's unclear whether the issues are widespread, several forum users have noted unsteady...

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Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters set for March PS2 release

As was rumored in December of last year, the pint-sized version of Ratchet & Clank is set to make the leap from the PlayStation Portable to the PlayStation Not Very Portable But Considerably More Lucrative. Though ongoing publisher trends suggests the journey to the PS2 is less of a leap and...

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Atlus goes dungeon crawling for the Wii, PS2

When the chips are down and creativity's glass feels half empty, we know we can always look to the mavericks at Atlus to come up with something just a hair shy of normal for an experience that is, if anything, unique. With surgery sim Trauma Center: New Blood's release sewn up and a pair of...

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