Archive for February, 2010
We’ll be visiting Tokyo Game Show today, and bringing you bits of information live from the event, via the News Bites on the right. There’s also a full log of news bites here. After the day is over, we’ll congregate and hopefully bring you some impressions and photos from the event. So keep your eyes [...]
Tokyo Game Show 2006 is the first TGS to feature all three next generation machines, which should be the premise for a thoroughly exciting event. Unfortunately, there were no playable Wii kiosks on show, leaving me somewhat disappointed, but I hadn’t really expected a great deal on that front with Nintendo hosting their own events [...]
Before starting the round up, it has to be pointed out that this year i concentrated mainly on PS3. Having already picked up an X360, I decided to focus on the new Sony machine – so unfortunately this write up will not touch very much on non-PS3 items.
Square Enix’s first original title on the Xbox 360 is a collaboration between Game Arts, Seta and anima inc. Game Arts originally came up with the Silpheed concept back in the 80s on 8-bit home computers in Japan, Seta joined in development since the Mega CD release, and this time anima inc. has come on [...]
Last week I experienced something fairly remarkable, although anecdotal. Three of my friends and I walked into an EB Games. I wasn’t expecting me or anyone to buy anything, but I was shocked when my three friends each bought a new DS Lite; two of them bought jet black and one of them bought noble [...]
The launch number for the Wii in Japan is going to be 400,000 units, compared with 100,000 for the PlayStation 3. This may seem like a big number, but it is a lot smaller than it seems. The PlayStation 2 (around 650K), GameCube (450K), Game Boy Advance (around 650K) and DS (500K) all launched with [...]