Surprisingly it's coming out before the movie.
Gamers first heard of James Cameron's Avatar: The Game back in 2007, when Ubisoft announced that they would be developing the title using the same technology that is currently being used to create the movie in 3-D.
The magazine compares sales before and after a console's price drop.
Famitsu magazine recently published an article concerning the Japanese sales trend of consoles that have received a price drop within the past several weeks; more specifically the Wii, Xbox 360, PS3, and PSP.
Players looking to earn themselves a full catalog of Nintendo published Virtual Console games will just need a little help from their friends.
Known as the Connection Ambassador Promotion in Europe, Nintendo's generous program launched yesterday in Japan as the Helper Master Program.
A recent price drop announcement brought with it news of another Prinny title.
Gamers first encountered Prinnies back in 2003 within the original Disgaea. According to Disgaea lore, Prinnies were originally humans who had committed some type of sin when they were alive. Upon their death, they were sewn into the form of Prinnies, and made servants to try and seek retribution. These little penguin-like creatures are best known for their explosive properties and unending use of the word "dood".
With a slew of recently released titles, Jimmy gives us the lowdown on all of their recent releases and walks us through the localization process at XSEED.
PixlBit had the chance to talk with Jimmy Soga of XSEED Games. Though the Product Manager by title, Jimmy plays a crucial role at XSEED and has his hands in every part of the publishing process at the eleven person company.
Neal and Lauren are going to the Greater Philadelphia Area to check out GameX aka the Games & Media Expo this weekend.
Lauren and I made a brief sojourn to VGXPO, another Philadelphia-based gaming expo, two weeks ago. Now, two weeks later, we're going to hit up the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center for GameX, a "national game consumer show and 'pop culture' festival."
An adorable and addictive real-time strategy game with simple controls and solid gameplay.
Mushroom Wars is the seventh PSN game that Creat Studios has released this year, and while I can't say much about their previous efforts, I can say that Mushroom Wars is fantastic. It is an easy-to-pick-up real-time strategy game with an adorable aesthetic and a good deal of content. However, it is not without its flaws, as there is a curious lack of anything online-related outside of leaderboards and the controls have some issues.