Gaikai, the videogame online streaming service which was bought out by Sony for $380 million USD has announced that their […]
Capcom have just announced that they will be giving out early codes for its new Lost Planet 2 demo, of […]
While it has long been rumoured, it has finally been confirmed that it is indeed Hakan that will be the […]
EA have always been known for its sports titles and they have embraced the new culture towards interactive fitness with […]
Modnation Racers for the PlayStation 3 is a kart racing game following in the footsteps of Littlebigplanet‘s “Play, Create, Share.” […]
Tri-Ace developer, best known for RPGs such as Star Ocean and Valkyrie Profile have teamed up with Sega to produce […]
After much fan demand the Yakuza series will be making its way to the PS3 out of Japan almost uncut. […]
More news from Capcom Europe, announcing that you can only find Resident Evil 5 Gold from Game or Gamestation exclusively. […]
We’re pleased to confirm that the MotoGP 09/10 demo will be arriving on XBLA and PSN on Thursday 4th March. The demo will offer players a chance to compete in one of three great game modes – Championship mode, Time Trial and the all new Arcade mode where you win time extensions for executing skilful manoeuvres. Put in a bad performance and your dreams of racing to victory will be over.
Here’s some great news for those who have pre-ordered the latest Capcom games in Super Street Fighter IV and Lost […]
The PS3 hit title Heavy Rain has gained an awful lot of hype and it seems its fair share […]
It seems that not long ago the infamous 8001050F error that prevented you from playing Trophy enabled games has been fixed. Reported earlier here on eMagi that a Sony PS3 Error 8001050F renders console unusable, Sony has been working rapidly to fix the issue that was caused by a bug with the PS3’s date.
Oh dear, it looks like there is a massive issue with the Sony Playstation 3 which is caused by a […]
Fans of Sonic have long since been yearning for a true 2D sequel of their favourite mascot ever since the less than successful 3D renditions of the iconic hedgehog. When Project Needlemouse was announced it sent Sega fans into a frenzy as the trailer showed off Sonic running through some nostalgic stages and sounds.
Now Sega has officially unveiled what Project Needlemouse actually is and will now be known as Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1.
As if scantly clad virtual females walking around the beach isn’t enough to get your attention, the ESRB has recently past judgement on what the game is about before giving it a rating of M for Mature. Here is how Dead or Alive Paradise was described by Entertainment Software Rating Board: