Bonus item for Way of the Samurai 3 exclusive to Game Stop and EB Games
Way of the Samurai 3 is finally coming to North America on October 13, and Game Stop and EB Games promise a bonus item to along with it.
Consumers who buy their titles from Gamestop online will no longer receive empty black boxes only containing the game itself.
It’s no secret that many of the pre-owned games sold at Gamestop are lacking things like the official box art and any packaged inserts. However, according to Gamestop’s website, they will now guarantee that all games purchased online will arrive to their owners in working condition and include cover art along with a manual.
Notice an abundance of loading screen mini-games in Namco Bandai games? It's because they own the copyright for them.
At a recent event, PixlBit saw the latest Namco Bandai-published Dragon Ball: Raging Blast for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. This game has a short mini-game that you can play during the loading screen where you drag a cursor around and collect money. Apparently Namco Bandai owns the copyright for the concept according to Timothy Ng, associate public relations manager.
The trailer claims that the game is due for a release much sooner than expected.
A mysterious video has recently surfaced claiming to be a teaser trailer for Rockstar Games' upcoming title, Max Payne 3. The video features a sleek visual presentation and seems to coincide with the overall physical appearance of what we have seen of the game thus far.
The purpose of the latest trademark is currently unknown.
Prince of Persia series creator Jordan Mechner recently filed a new trademark relating to the series.
Looks like there is a panic on Funkotron as Toe Jam & Earl as the two heroes won't be in Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing.
Sega doesn't own the full rights to Toe Jam & Earl anymore, according to a representative from Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing developer Sumo Digital.
Findings include a decrease in an overall number of reviews done across all consoles, with the most staggering decrease seen on the Wii.
Over the past two years, the EEDAR conducted a study where they analyzed how many titles were released for each of the three major consoles, and how many of those titles received a review.