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Alice: Madness Returns is as mad as ever

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Very little has been mentioned regarding the pending sequel to American McGee's Alice since EAs announcement last year that one was on the way. With the lack of hype it would come as no surprise if many have all but forgotten about it. With the recent release of a teaser trailer, however, depicting demonic red cards, giant baby-doll foes, and non-stop madness, the excitement for this game will without a doubt be renewed as it reminds us that yes, it is on the way, and it looks as mad as ever. Read More.

Ford drives a new Facebook game into the limelight

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Indiana Jones, Hans Solo, Facebook game maker? It seems Harrison Ford has decided to take on a new role, as himself, by cutting down on his acting schedule to partake a project with Los Angeles-based game studio Talkie for an upcoming Facebook game. Read More.

Dragon Age & Facebook, a Great Union?

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There are so many terrible Facebook apps, games that are only available when logged in on Facebook, it makes it hard to believe that good ones actually do exist. EA currently has a beta Facebook app for Dragon Age, a turn-based role-playing game, which critics are saying is actually worth a try. Read More.

Patapon 3 Release Date

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After more than a year since we last heard the hypnotic cry of "Pata-Pata-Pata-Pon", the release date of the next chapter of the Patapons was recently announced. Read More.

PSP Drops in Price

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With the announcement earlier this year of the pending release of Sony's NPG, it comes as no surprise to see that their PSP has gone down in price in turn.

Those who've been saving up for one will be happy to see that it's usual price of $170 has dropped to $130. Read More.

Upcoming Battle: Los Angeles Game

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With the upcoming movie Battle: Los Angeles due out this March, it isn't too surprising to learn that a tie-in game is in the works.

According to the Australian Classification Board, a game of the same title is currently being published by Konami and developed by Saber Interactive. Read More.

Xenogears and PSN, Together at Last

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Thanks to the PlayStation Blog, we now know the classic RPG Xenogears will be available on the PlayStation Network starting Tuesday, February 22nd.

Having only been re-released once on the Japanese PlayStation Store since its original release in 1998, many will be excited for the chance to relive Fei's quest to uncover his mysterious past with a quick download from our own PlayStation Network. Read More.

Happy Birthday Link

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Break out the triforce, it's time to celebrate!

I am happy to announce that today is the 25th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda, which became available for purchase for the first time in Japan on February 21, 1986. Who would have guessed that a simple boy, named Link, would spend the next 25 years defeating many a foe, saving variations of the princess Zelda from a horrible fate, through books, graphic novels, television shows, and of course many video game sequels. Read More.

Xperia Users Will Experience Deja Vu

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With the excitement of the confirmed release for the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, it is unfortunate to report that many existing PlayStation owners will inevitably feel dismay when they learn that PlayStation Store content will have to be purchased once again for this device. Read More.

Xperia Play is On it's Way

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Many a gamer have been anticipating the release of Xperia, the next-generation in gaming smartphones, where PlayStation has taken the reigns. At the Mobile World Congress 2011, held from today through the 17th in Barcelona, the company finally unveiled that gamers will be able to get their own Black or White Sony Ericsson Xperia Play phone as soon as March of this year. Read More.

PlayStation Suite Compatible with Xperia Play

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[URL=]It has been confirmed[/URL] by the company that PlayStation Suite, which allows developers to deliver PlayStation content on Google's mobile operating system known as Android, will be compatible with the Xperia Play. Read More.