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Free BioShock offer with PS3 copies of Infinite is North America-only

In June 2011 we learned that BioShock Infinite for PS3 comes with a free copy of the original BioShock – this is still true, but only for US customers, 2K Games tells Videogamer. "I can confirm that the PS3 version of BioShock Infinite in North America contains a copy of the original BioShock...

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PSA: New PlayStation Store now live in UK, across Europe

The new-look PlayStation Store is now live in the UK, after its initial launch stuttered last week. Sony UK revealed the makeover went temporarily up and then quickly down again following technical issues. Those issues are now apparently resolved, with a tweet on the PlayStation Europe account conf...

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PSN puzzle platformer Page Chronica aims to land in "next 3-4 weeks"

Red Hare Studios is hoping to release upcoming PSN puzzle platformer Page Chronica by mid-November, the Singaporean developer tells us. Red Hare producer Dr. Wee Lit Koh says that, while no definite release date is confirmed, his studio hopes to launch the PS3 game in North America and Europe in ...

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Assassin's Creed 3 developer diary tackles the land and sea

The last of a four-part developer diary series for Assassin's Creed 3 is titled "America, by Land and Sea," and it takes place entirely in the skies above Morocco. Strange. Not really – the final dev diary describes the historical accuracy of Assassin's Creed 3's main cities, positing that ...

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Obama, Romney get chiptuned in battle for presidential seat

The battle for the White House is an epic, intense drama to rival those of legend and myth, so of course it makes a great chiptune video game. The Gregory Brothers, creators of Autotune the News and all those viral videos about burgers and bed intruders, songified Barack Obama and Mitt Romney from ...

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Sony trademarks 'Rain,' 'Until Dawn' in EU and US before Gamescom

Sony is either preparing a few unannounced IPs for the public eye, or it's really concerned about the weather at Gamescom next week. Sony has trademarked "Rain" and "Until Dawn" in the US and Europe, both as "computer game software." The above image was included with the Rain filing via OHIM, the E...

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Bringing a Chinese shooter to the west with Mercenary Ops

Mercenary Ops is something of a rarity. While there are quite a few Western-developed games being published in Asia by Chinese and Korean companies, there aren't a lot of Chinese-developed online titles being published by Western companies. Developed in China by Yingpei Games, which used to be call...

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Sony shares drop to 31-year low in Japan, 19-year low in US

Shares of Sony stock have dipped to their lowest number in 31 years in Japan and to a 19-year low in the US, following a dismal earnings report for the previous fiscal year. Sony shares dropped 7 percent in Japan, to 1,135 Yen ($14), and 2 percent in the US, closing at $15.37. Sony CEO Kaz Hirai pl...

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Canabalt makes the jump to PlayStation Minis

Canabalt, the deceptively addictive single-button platformer from Adam Saltsman, is available for PS3, Vita and PSP as a PlayStation Mini in Europe right now, and is set to hit next week in the US. Canabalt costs £1.74/€1.99/AU $3.45. Canabalt has already made its run as a free Flash gam...

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Rising Star Games to bring JP titles to US, starting with Akai Katana

Rising Star Games, UK publisher of Japanese franchises such as Harvest Moon and No More Heroes, is making a foray into US publishing, MCV reports. Rising Star has opened an office in California and plans to release its first title, Cave's Akai Katana, on Xbox 360 in Q2 2012. We've watched with bi...

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