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Seven downloadable games from SCEA in 2008 50°
October 9, 2007 // 12:46 pm - has learned that Sony Computer Entertainment America is developing at least seven new PlayStation Portable games for download via the PlayStation Store.

The service - currently only available to PlayStation 3 users - is due to launch for the PSP and PC next year and will offer users an alternative portfolio of titles to those currently available on UMD game discs.

Sony will offer multiple content to PSP users via the PlayStation Store, including original games, classic PSone titles, demos for UMD-based and downloadable games, additional content for...

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Briton claims first gaming gold 50°
October 8, 2007 // 5:22 pm - British gamer Shaun Clark has won the UK's first gaming gold at the World Cyber Games.

Mr Clark, aka Apollooo, took the top medal in the Command & Conquer 3 tournament at the week-long festival of video gaming held last week in Seattle.

The gold is the first the UK has claimed in the six years that the global tournament has been staged.

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Hollywood is About to Ruin Your Favorite Video Game 50°
October 4, 2007 // 1:29 am - Let's face it; film adaptations of video games are generally terrible. Hollywood has a long reputation of turning excellent video games into mediocre to horrible movies (See: Super Mario Brothers, Mortal Combat, Doom, etc.). With the recent release of the commercially successful but critically panned "Resident Evil: Extinction," it doesn't appear that this trend is reversing itself any time soon. The most frustrating aspect of these poor game-to-film translations is that video game based movies do not have to be awful. Video games provide amazingly deep and complex story lines and tremendous...

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Violence In Video Games: The Producer's View 50°
September 25, 2007 // 1:45 pm - Video game violence is, as ever, a hot topic, and Gamasutra and asked former Thrill Kill and current Sony producer Harvard Bonin, Bizarre Creations' Peter O'Brien, Stainless Games' Ben Gunstone, and Gas Powered Games' Frank Rogan to discuss legislation, responsibility, and mature games.

Thrill Kill & Ethical Censorship

Said Bonin, "This particular topic is very timely, and also very, very complicated. As the publishing producer of a notable fighting game [Thrill Kill, pictured] that was canceled years ago I believe I have unique insight. Unlike the recent...

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Oklahoma Issues Permanent Injunction Against Game Law 50°
September 17, 2007 // 10:32 pm - The United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma has issued a permanent injunction against that state's attempt at regulating computer and video games, ruling that video games are a form of creative expression entitled to protection under the First Amendment.

The law would have banned the dissemination to minors of any computer or video game that contains any depiction of "inappropriate violence," even by a parent. Under the law, "inappropriate violence" is defined, in part, as material that includes depictions that fall into any one of nine broad categories....

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Still to come in 2007... 50°
September 15, 2007 // 2:44 pm - It doesn't matter if you call Xbox 360, PS3 or Wii home. The rest of 2007 is choc full of delights to splurge your hard-earned on (or convince a loved one that it's the only thing you'll expect to be getting come Christmas).

We've gathered together a list of the biggest games heading our way, and laid them out below - handily including their formats (exclusive games in bold). Unfortunately, you'll have to pick and choose - if you wanted all these games, you'd be shelling out over the best part of a grand!

Medal of Honor: Airborne - PC, 360 - Out...

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New games tantalize ahead of holidays 50°
August 30, 2007 // 2:48 pm - The summer dry spell for video games came to an end last week with the arrival of BioShock, the creepy underwater shooter that has won rave reviews and flown off store shelves.

The bulk of important games this year won't come out until November, but the next month or two will see the release of quite a few other hot games.

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