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'Those Minerals' laments Mass Effect 2 probing in a hip-hop fashion

We frequently tried to find ways to keep ourselves occupied during the days we spent probing planets for precious, precious minerals in Mass Effect 2, but largely came up empty-handed. You can only scan Uranus so many times before it loses its comedic value, you know? If only we'd followed the cue...

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Red Steel 2 is MotionPlus exclusive, cel-shaded

As you probably already know, the latest issue of Nintendo Power blows the doors off of the recently announced sequel to the Wii's slightly disappointing, sword/gun-toting FPS launch title, Red Steel. Now that the mag has landed in a few quivering, anticipatory hands, more details about Red Steel...

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Blue Dragon: Blurry Beasts of the Underworld

We first discovered Blue Dragon: Beasts of the Underworld last month, and now these rather blurry scans from Famitsu have appeared on the interblag. It's difficult to glean much new information from these dim images -- indeed, the original Shonen Jump scans were much clearer -- but Gamekyo whipped...

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Actual gameplay screenshots of Final Fantasy XIII

Looks like the latest Famitsu has (shock!) actual gameplay screenshots of the upcoming Final Fantasy XIII. While we can't host full scans of the magazine, FinalFantasy-XIII.net can. The real-time graphics look superb, and make us want to see the game in action. It's only a few months until Japan...

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Blood of Bahamut looks better every time we see it

We got our first taste of Blood of Bahamut a few weeks back and we definitely enjoyed what we saw. Thankfully, the latest issue of Famitsu has a nice two-page spread on the game, giving us more to drool over. We'd like to present any of the info that is in these scans, but, for some reason, it's...

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Shonen Jump spills Blood of Bahamut details

Square Enix launched one of its beloved countdown sites recently, but was beaten to its own reveal by Shonen Jump magazine. The mystery game, as seen in this blurry screenshot, is Blood of Bahamut, an action RPG with four-player local co-op play and 2D sprites on 3D backgrounds. Oh, and it looks a...

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Popular Science names Wii Fit one of this year's best inventions

Popular Science is smitten with the Balance Board and Wii Fit. In their top 100 inventions of 2008 feature, they feature the bundle and talk about the components that comprise the Balance Board. Personally, we've always been big fans of the whole package, aside from the price of the thing, so...

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Confirmed: Monster Hunter 3 has monsters

Whereas previous Monster Hunter 3 media has mainly gawked at the game's environments (which look great), Famitsu's latest spread focuses on the scaly beasts who inhabit them. That's probably a good idea, as monsters have this tendency to play a fairly integral role in a Monster Hunter game....

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Marvelous reveals Valhalla Knights for Wii

Today is a big day for Wii gamers. Aside from a new Final Fantasy and a Klonoa remake, we're now getting a new Valhalla Knights title in Valhalla Knights: Eldgar Saga, according to the latest issue of Famitsu. The best part? It has online co-op! Valhalla Knights was previously a PSP-only...

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New Final Fantasy lets DS and Wii gamers play at the same time

Fans of Square Enix and their Final Fantasy line of games are in for a treat. The company revealed in the latest issue of Shonen Jump magazine that it's developing a new installment in its Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles series of games. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time is a game...

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