Follow us on:

Posts tagged re-release

Blade Kitten claws its way back to Steam

Krome Studios' catgirl-starring side-scroller Blade Kitten is back on Steam after a lengthy absence, celebrating its return with a gameplay-tweaking update and a price drop through the end of the month. Players can expect more responsive controls in the re-released PC version of Blade Kitten,...

Continue Reading

Christian-themed shooter Super Noah's Ark 3D returns to SNES

Twenty years after it earned notoriety as the sole unlicensed game on the Super Nintendo (not to mention a Christian-themed, first-person shooter), Super Noah's Ark 3D has returned to the console. For those unaware, Super Noah's Ark 3D isn't a very good game, but it is rare and collectors view...

Continue Reading

Blizzard revives Blackthorne, offers it free on Battle.net

Those itching to relive the mid-90s will be happy to hear that Blizzard has re-released its cult classic action-platformer Blackthorne. Even better? It's absolutely free. Having been developed before Blizzard decided to focus exclusively on the Warcraft, Starcraft and Diablo franchises,...

Continue Reading

Lost Virtual Boy game NikoChan Battle found and being re-released

Planet Virtual Boy forum users stumbled on a copy of the unreleased Faceball game for Virtual Boy. Known as NikoChan Battle in Japan, iterations of the game were published on a number of platforms by Bullet-Proof Software, including Game Boy and SNES. Those looking to add the rare game to their...

Continue Reading

Killzone 1 goes HD in PS3 'Killzone Trilogy,' packing all three games together this Oct.

Everyone's favorite yellow-eyed flunkies are returning to the PlayStation 3, albeit this time in a re-release of their greatest hits. Yes, Killzone's 1-3 – which aren't places, but games – are getting boxed and bundled for the PlayStation 3 as "Killzone Trilogy," arriving this October....

Continue Reading

Final Fantasy VII on PC is definitely not an HD remake

Nothing quite gets us juiced for mid-90s gaming like cheezy trailers, and today's Final Fantasy VII PC clip is no slouch in that department. There's something magical about watching a publisher attempt to tease a game with decade-old cinematics. The game looks good, of course, it's just ... ya...

Continue Reading

Resident Evil: Chronicles HD Collection makes calculated moves to PSN on June 26

On June 26, Resident Evil: Chronicles HD launches on the PlayStation 3's PlayStation Network for $26.99, targeting those of us who own a PlayStation Move/PlayStation 3, are way into rail shooters, and didn't play the original versions of the Chronicles' games on Wii. That's a ridiculously specific...

Continue Reading

'Gears of War Ultimate' coming in February for $30, retail listing says

The Gears of War franchise is no stranger to re-releases, having "Platinum" and "Game of the Year" collections across its two titles so far. However, it appears Microsoft is planning one more re-release, tentatively titled Gears of War Ultimate, according to a GameStop listing spotted by IGN....

Continue Reading

Square Enix CEO: We're 'going to explore the possibility' of Final Fantasy VII remake

So far, Square Enix has said that a Final Fantasy VII remake would be "unrealistic," "tough to do in HD" and "not happening." But hold out hope, die-hards, because during an interview at FFXIII's launch party, Square Enix CEO Yoichi Wada finally admitted that the company is "going to explore the...

Continue Reading

Japanese retailers list PS2 reprint of Shadow of the Colossus

It seems Sony is attempting to drum up interest in Team Ico's upcoming, Griffin-infused adventure, The Last Guardian, by showcasing its earlier opus to poor, unenlightened folks who missed it the first time around. The opus in question is Shadow of the Colossus, which, according to a Team ICO fan...

Continue Reading


Featured Stories

Engadget

Engadget

TUAW

TUAW

Massively

Massively

WoW

WoW