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Press Release - SHIN MEGAMI TENSEI: PERSONA FOR PSP SYSTEM NOW AVAILABLE IN RETAILERS ACROSS NORTH AMERICA

PlayStationNetwork VERSION TO RELEASE ON OCTOBER 1st

IRVINE, CALIFORNIA -- SEPTEMBER 23, 2009 -- Atlus U.S.A., Inc. today announced that Shin Megami Tensei: Persona for PSP (PlayStationPortable) system, the highly-anticipated remake of the first chapter in the critically-acclaimed Persona series, is now available in retailers across North America. The UMD version of the game is a Collector's Edition boxed set that includes the game's full 2-disc musical score at no additional cost (only at launch and at participating retailers). A digital PlayStationNetwork version of the game is also planned, currently scheduled for release on October 1st.

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Tecmo and Koei Share Characters in Ninja Gaiden, Dynasty Warriors

Two Dynasty Warriors characters guest in Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, while Ninja Gaiden's star appears in an upcoming Dynasty Warriors game.

In next week's Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, two characters from Koei's upcoming Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce will make an appearance as alternate costumes for the game's two heroes, according to Siliconera.

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Dragon Quest VI Playable at Tokyo Game Show

The latest DS remake of the popular RPG series is making its playable debut this week.

The DS remake of Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie is going to be playable for the first time at Tokyo Game Show this week.

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Where the Wild Things Are Preview

Max runs away to play a 3D platformer with his Wild Thing friends this October.

Where the Wild Things Are, based on the upcoming film that is based on the classic children's book, is a single-player adventure platformer for Wii, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. Expanding on the theme and style of the book and film, the game begins its own story with Max's arrival at the land of Wild Things. You take control of Max as he travels the land with his Wild Thing friends.

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Left 4 Dead DLC Dated

Unlike the first batch of content from Valve's cooperative shooter, this pack will cost 360 users $7.

Left 4 Dead's second downloadable content pack, Crash Course, is hitting Xbox 360 and PC on September 29. On PC, it will be free, but on 360, it will cost 560 Microsoft Points ($7).

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Xbox 360 Gets Ready For Twitter, Facebook, Last.FM

The latest system update does nothing but prepare Microsoft's system for upcoming content.

A new Xbox 360 system update is being rolled out today, according to Microsoft's Major Nelson. The update adds nothing new, and all it does is prepare the console for upcoming Twitter, Facebook, and Last.FM integration.

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Scribblenauts Review

In Scribblenauts, Death beats God, God beats Cthulu, and Cthulu beats Death.

A lot of the buzz said that Scribblenauts was something unlike anything anyone had seen before. I think I even heard rumors coming out of E3 that if you typed "Cure Cancer" into the game you would actually cure cancer. In the grand scheme of things, though, Scribblenauts isn't a perfect cancer-curing video game, but it still has one of the most innovative ideas I've ever seen in a video game.

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NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits Review

Show me the fever, into the fire, taking it higher and higher!

Let's get one thing out of the way first: This isn't like Kid Icarus. Despite the fact that the original name of NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits (Icarian: Kindred Spirits) is similar to Nintendo's long dormant franchise, Spanish developer Over the Top Games' debut game has little in common with Kid Icarus besides the subject matter.

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Wet Review

Awesome music and ultra violence go together well.

For a long time, I lampooned Wet. With its humorous title, ridiculous premise, and publisher issues, there was a lot to make fun of. After spending some time with the recent release, I can safely say it proved me wrong. Wet has its issues, but its Tarantino-esque style makes it a raucous romp.

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Scene It? Bright Lights! Big Screen! Hands On Preview

Scene It? spreads out to Wii and PS3 this holiday season after two years of being a 360 exclusive.

My previous experience with Scene It? has only been the DVD game. I was aware of its existence on Xbox 360 the past two holidays, but I just ignored it. However, after playing the latest in the series with Lauren (my lovely fiancee and PixlBit Managing Editor) and a few PR reps, I have to say I was very entertained and amused by the movie trivia game, which is hitting Wii and PlayStation 3 for the first time. There's over 20 different puzzle types, including one that is like six degrees of separation.

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