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Abe's Oddysee Getting An HD Remake

The first game in the Oddworld series is getting a "from the ground up" remake.

The Oddworld series is a beloved franchise, but outside of a the recently released Stranger's Wrath HD port and the upcoming Munch's Oddysee rerelease not much has been heard.  The Hand of Odd is still coming, but no one really knows when, but that's okay since Just Add Water keeps on giving the series some HD love, as it has been announced that the first game in the series, Abe's Oddysee, will not get a HD remix as originally planned, but a full-on remake.

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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD Coming in June

The pro skater himself has revealed the news on Twitter.

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD was announced by Activision not long ago, but was given only a rough release date of summer 2012. The remake, which is set to feature levels from both THPS 1 and 2, will now officially be released to PSN and XBLA in June, as per the bird man himself.

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Double Dragon: Neon Preview

It’s all '80s, all the time.

Double Dragon is one of those games that everyone has played, or at least heard of. From its humble beginning as an arcade brawler, the franchise has gone on to make an appearance in some form in almost every console generation. The original title was ported to nearly every available system at the time, including the Atari 2600 in 1988. (And you thought this console generation was long!) Brothers Jimmy and Billy have been in one on one fighting games, have teamed up with the Battletoads on the SNES, and had the Double Dragon world predominantly featured in a completely over the top fan tribute to the NES called Abobo’s Big Adventure. Needless to say, Majesco and WayForward have some pretty big shoes to fill.

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Karateka is Getting the HD Remake Treatment

Everybody under 30 just went Karata-what?

Do you remember Karateka?  The 1984 Karate combat game originally released for the Apple II computer developed by Jordan Mechner in his dorm room at Yale?  If you said no, than does the idea of playing a story based game inspired by “Japanese woodblock prints, Kurosawa films, early Disney animation, and silent movies” intrigue you?  How about playing through a love story using a simple gameplay mechanic?  If any of these things captured your interest, you might want to look out for Karateka’s as of yet unnamed HD remake.

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Choplifter HD Review

This is one series that may have been better off in the past. Click through to see our first video review!

Choplifter HD is nothing if not true to its name; the game is essentially a dolled up version of 1982’s Choplifter, offering few innovations besides the modest graphical paint job. It’s a return to the 80’s – in the same sense of a Corey Feldman movie marathon – it’s shallow, devoid of humor, and awkward. Hardcore fans of the series might be pleased to see such a devout remake, but newcomers will be less than satisfied with the outdated mechanics.

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Syndicate Banned in Australia

The ACB has refused to rate the reboot to the franchise.

Austrailia's Classification Board has a history of banning video games in its country. The Witcher 2, 50 Cent: Bulletproof and more recently, Mortal Kombat have all been denied entry down under. The new Syndicate reboot that was set to be released in February of 2012 can now be added to the list as it has been effectively banned by the ACB.

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Star Fox 64 3D Review

Join us for a special dual audio and written review on Nintendo's timeless classic!

Given the classic status of Star Fox 64, we only felt it was fitting to create a unique review for the updated revision of the game, Star Fox 64 3D. To get started, first click through and listen to our audio review/discussion on the game between Nick and Jason R. This is followed by a written opinion by Matt McLennan, rounding out a full body of opinions.

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GoldenEye 007 Reloaded Launch Trailer

Bond blasts his way onto the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on November 1, 2011.

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Syndicate Remake Possible, Says EA

Jeff Gamon discussed the possibility of a Syndicate remake.

Jeff Gamon, EA Partners executive producer, told Eurogamer that he believes "There is scope to remake [Syndicate]." However, it would be for mobile phones, tablets and PC, not for the consoles. "I would love to see Syndicate as a true franchise again, bringing it back and expanding it out onto whatever platforms it's suitable for," Gamon said. "There's loads of potential. We're not limited at all. But that's purely speculative at this point."

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GoldenEye 007: Reloaded Pre-Order Bonuses

Gamestop, Amazon and Best Buy getting different content.

Remember GoldenEye 007 on the N64? You do? Good. Remember the Wii remake from last year? Sort of? Good enough. You know the HD remake of the Wii remake? No? Well, GoldenEye 007: Reloaded is the current generation remake we all wanted from the Nintendo 64 original. Now Activision has announced that pre-ordering at Amazon, Best Buy or Gamestop will get you additional content; what that content is depends on which store you trusted to save it for you.

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